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    Posted 11 months ago

    antique_da…
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    I am not sure of the maker of this set, but on the bottom on a couple of the bottles is the letters W S & C on them. so anyone that has info, please help. The tops are pewter I think. I can picture a garden party scene at a stately country estate and this set is on one of the tables that the guests are seated at.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 11 months ago
      could be a mixed set, tho' some of the pieces do look like the Gothic pattern by Union Glass Co. c1860s
    2. antique_daughter antique_daughter, 11 months ago
      i went to the website that has a glossary of bottle markings. and it turns out it is a W.S & Co. which was the southern glass company. they were in business abround late 1800's. so it is turn of the century.

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