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Irishnative65's loves6 of 6I just pulled this Electric Blue Covered Sugar out of a Thrift Store,...Great Grandmother's pearls
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    Posted 9 years ago

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    I have the sugar bowl that matches. I am unsure of the maker...fenton maybe? any idea?


    1. Jo Medford, 9 years ago
      I have a sugar and creamer like the one pictured which I purchased at a flea market about 20 years ago. I also have the butter dish which I purchased at the
      same time. All of my items have the symbol S on the inside. I have no idea who the maker is but maybe the S symbol will help.
    2. cgman0007 cgman0007, 8 years ago
      For Jo Medford also, The S probably stand for Smith. Anyone else have any ideas?
    3. cgman0007, 8 years ago
      Hi Again,
      Did a search on "Google" for "Smith Glass". I found your pattern listed as "Pinwheel". The name of company that made it is listed as L.E. Smith. I hope this help you on identifying.
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      this pattern, originally made in crystal & called 'Sunburst' and made by McKee Bros. in 1910, was later reproduced by Kemple and also Smith, and possibly others. The patterns is also seen listed as 'Aztec Sunburst'

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