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wingletts's loves16 of 39Crown Jewel - Crystal Cake Stand by O'Hara Glass Company, ca.1888Sugar and creamer
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    Posted 8 years ago

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    My wife and I bought this at an auction for $275.00 and all we know is it is cut glass ,cant figure out who signed it or anything else,she liked it. I hope someone can tell us a little about it.It is a great piece for our collection,Stands 16 inches tall,12 inches wide at top and base is 7-8 inches wide.


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    1. wingletts wingletts, 8 years ago
      I am not a glass person, but we have some great ones on here that are...but here is a start...I saw a G...??? if this will help....can you read the writing...better on your side then mine.
      I will push this to the experts....I just love it...I purchase cause I like it, and save it then put in storage then share it.
    2. Rich59, 8 years ago
      Its hard to read the rest,it pretty much looks same on my side,we like it too but wanted to find more about this piece so we will know what we have.
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      It is a very pretty piece and possibly American Brilliant Period (ABP) glass. I know nothing about ABP glass except that there are far more unknowns than there are those pieces that have been identified with a maker and name. A good site for ABP is "Brilliant Cut Glass - Pattern Search". There is lots of serious ABP eye-candy there.
    4. mark mark, 8 years ago
      Hello............This not American Brilliant Cut Glass. It is a modern piece from Europe. Thousands of pieces of glass like this have been imported to the US. during the past 20 years or so.
    5. mark mark, 8 years ago
      For the fun of it, here is a link to New Cut Glass made in Colorado.

    6. pickergirl10 pickergirl10, 8 years ago
      I'm not a professional at all, but it looks like someone engraved a name on this....maybe as a gift to someone. It doesn't look professionally engraved at all. Hopefully they didn't damage a beautiful piece of glass.
    7. mark mark, 8 years ago
      My mistake............Glass was not cut in America........ The signature is that of the maker, They use a diamond point tool to put on the name.

      You are welcome!

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