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Pretty Imperial Glass Pearl Rose Bowl Ashtray with 1920s Iron Cross mark

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    Posted 3 months ago

    Quetzal
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    Pretty Imperial Glass Pearl Rose Bowl Ashtray with Iron Cross Mark with beautiful irridescence shine Art Stretch Glass piece from the 1920-1930 era. Note the third photo shows what the mark looks like but is not a photo of the actual mark which can be viewed in the 2nd photo.

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Can you show a pic of this iron cross? Sure its not a Maltese cross(malta)?
    2. Quetzal, 3 months ago
      it is the mark with the cross with flat straight ends on each point with IM PE RI AL with 2 letters each inside each intersecting point of the cross....it is not crossed arrows which I think you mean by Malta? will post photo but it is hard to see...glass encyclopedia shows this mark introduced in 1920 with the arrow mark advetised in 1913

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