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Early American Pattern Glass41 of 608EAPG  unknown vase pattern help please!eapg unknown maker tumbler set w/ gold rim
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    Posted 2 years ago

    Sharky
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    Hi everyone. I believe (and hope :) these may be "Barreled Block" by US Glass Co. The pattern is identical with the exception of the only 2 photos I can find show a "fatter" mid-section (hence "Barreled") while these are straight-sided. Aside from slight shape variation the pattern and quality of glass is the same. The mustard or condiment jar has a silver-plated lid w/ spoon notch. The shaker has the same silver-plated lid and the holes are arranged in the shape of a star. The 3rd and final shaker also has the same star patterned lid but has a motif of 4 diamonds grouped to form a larger overall diamond. This motif forms the middle section while arches surround the area above and below this row of diamonds. I also believe this could be a US Glass Co. pattern But have yet to find it. Any ideas anyone? Thanks again :)

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 years ago
      'Block' pattern had multiple makers c1880s: Bryce #175; Captain Kid #150; Central's #881; Central's #893; Doyle #250; Eva, Fostoria's #140; Pioneer's #250; Virginia #140, Geo. Duncan and Sons #309; Model Flint's Jewel
    2. Sharky, 2 years ago
      WOW had no idea so many manufacturers made this pattern. Guess I will research each one and try to determine the winner :) thanks :)
    3. Sharky, 2 years ago
      Any thoughts on the last one?

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