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Posted 6 years ago


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Etched flowers in this Sugar bowl and creamer. Again still cant find who made these. If there are any reference books or websites that you guys can hook me up to, I'd appreciate it. I need to educated myself here

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  1. TallCakes, 6 years ago
    Heisey Phyllis No. 1020 Creamer and Sugar. Phyllis is a name give by researchers. Made between 1920-1933. This pattern was designed by A.J. Sanford. Made in plain or wide optic. Ground bottoms. Called hotel creamers and sugars by Heisey.
    Reference from The Collectors Encyclopedia of Heisey Glass - 1925-1928
  2. stwillia76 stwillia76, 6 years ago
    I'm not so sure it you are right. Could it be McKee?
  3. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    you might check this link to the Heisey Glass Collectors. On the Heisey colors page the cream and sugar pair are show in 'canary'.
  4. stwillia76 stwillia76, 6 years ago
    Them again who am I to say you are wrong if you got the reference book. The creamer and Sugar set has a flower etched on it that looked like McKee Innovation. That's all I was making my assumption on lol.
  5. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    agreed, there are some similarities to the cutting with the Innovation line. Here is a link to an 'Innovation' cream & sugar; look closely and compare the cutting of the flower; espcially the center:
  6. oldlikes, 4 years ago
    Anyone have any info. on a cream and sugar set, small purple grapes with greenish and brownish leaves?
  7. oldlikes, 4 years ago
    Was made in Poland( the set)

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