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    Posted 1 year ago

    Sharky
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    Hi everyone. Today I have this EAPG cake stand that I can only find as being "unknown"..."unidentified"....(which bugs the mess outta me at times lol). It measures 9 1/2 in wide by nearly 5 in high. VERY heavy as the main plate portion is just shy of 1/2 in thick! Alternating panels/ribs with a star center. I am hoping Sir Tallcakes may know a little something about this one. :) Thanks and enjoy.
    The circular marks on the underside (last photo) are "straw marks" or more than likely something that happened while being made. Any ideas?

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      yep, it's hard to accept sometimes when patterns go unidentified. I have several in that category as well...
    2. Sharky, 1 year ago
      lol yes Tallcakes I agree entirely........I would be content just knowing the year. Judging only by quality of glass....manufacturing flaws...etc it appears to be an older one....maybe as far back as 1850s or so.

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