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Remember me749 of 913BACCARAT  Early 1900's "Bambous Tors" Pressed Glass "SWIRL" Celery/ VaseWestmoreland Clear Glass Candlestick / "Mission" Pattern #1015 / Discontinued Circa 1910-1930
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    Posted 9 years ago

    cindyjune
    (232 items)

    Another pretty cruet found that I have no idea of the pattern. I have been trying to learn about glass but find there are so many types, so many patterns, don't really know where to start

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    1. AmberRose AmberRose, 9 years ago
      I agree. I finally just bought a couple of books and waded in. Now I almost feel more at sea, knowing what I don't know!
    2. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago
      Very nice. Dewey pattern, Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company, aka as "Greentown" because the factory was in Greentown Indiana. Factory burned to the ground in June 1903 and was never rebuilt. You have the original stopper which is great to find.
    3. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      Hi AmberRose,
      Iagree the books on glass are so full on information my eyes cross! I think I should just focus on a couple of types of glass to avoid the confusion. Good luck and I would love to know if you uncover anything outstanding!
    4. glassloversglassdatabase glassloversglassdatabase, 9 years ago
      If you want to learn about glass try glassloverglassdatabase dot com.
    5. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      thank you glasslover,
      I will certainly look at that site right now!
    6. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 9 years ago
      Lovely Little Greentown Piece Cindy!
    7. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      Thanks Shawnl86. I think I like it best of all the amber color pieces I have!
    8. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 9 years ago
      I really like Green Town I purchased a pack of Books on it since there are so many reproductions, but I’ve only got one piece, I want a Red Agate Green Town Dolphin but their very rare and expensive, maybe someday!
    9. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      I need to buy some books that show me different colors and styles of Greentown as well. I'm quite sure this is the real deal as I found it at an apartment cleanout at an elderly woman's home. She had many old pieces and she herself was in her
      late eighties. She was a wonderful woman.
    10. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago
      Cindy, Greetown has a national collector's club and they do a monthly newsletter publication that contains interesting articles, photos, and current information.

      The cruet was not reproduced, so yes, you have an old piece. See:
      http://www.greentownglass.org/gallery.php?gallery_id=4
    11. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      Thanks Paul, I will definitely get on the newsletter publication.

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