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Remember me70 of 926EAPG Punch Bowl Stand. Unknown Pattern/Maker??New Martinsville "Tobin"
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    Posted 2 years ago

    Sharky
    (148 items)

    6 in tall pressed glass Amberina goblet. Have owned since my early days of glass collecting so would love to finally learn more about it. 4 part mold..some reaction to UV light, not much. I have always assumed this is a more recent piece.....L.E. Smith or Tiara maybe. You can see some black through out and the goblet fades to complete black along the top edge. Any thoughts on this one would be cherished, Thanks.

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
      maybe check Viking Yesteryear
    2. Sharky, 2 years ago
      Thanks Tallcakes.....I always felt it was a recent piece.
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 2 years ago
      The pattern was originally New Martinsville's No. 500, Wetzel, but in this color, it was indeed a part of Viking's Yesteryear line and dates 1950s+. Remember, New Martinsville reorganized and changed their name to Viking in 1944.
    4. Sharky, 2 years ago
      Thanks. I was unaware that New Martinsville became Viking Glass.

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