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    Posted 1 year ago

    Sharky
    (159 items)

    Hi everyone. Today I have this lidded sugar in the Genoese pattern. It measures 6 1/4 inches tall with the lid and 4 inches wide at the mouth. I understand that Wright and Mosser Glass also made many items in this pattern. To be honest I can't seem to find any photos of an example like mine, no matter the maker. It was made using a 4-part mold. It does react nicely to UV, but often Wright and Mosser will react much the same. I am hoping someone can tell me if this is an original or not. Thanks everyone. :)

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      this is an original covered sugar. "R" does have an example of both this and also the version made by both Wright and Mosser; most folks go by the AKA, so check Eyewinker and Eye Winker...
    2. Sharky, 1 year ago
      Thank you so very much Tallcakes. I usually ckeck "R" pretty regularly but for some reason never thought to with this one.
    3. Sharky, 1 year ago
      lol just checked "R"...there it is right in front of me :) I guess I rarely use "R" for 19 century glass...guess I should :) Thanks again.

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