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L. G. Wright Vaseline Glass Goblets Three Fruits Pattern

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    Posted 2 months ago

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    For those who collect Vaseline glass there is one word. Yellow. For those who collect EAPG this is a copy of Northwood's Three Fruits pattern and is not actual EAPG. LG Wright always specialized in making copies of glass molds from the late 1800s. I believe they were in business until the 1990s. Real EAPG Vaseline glass is a bit duller than the newer pieces. Anyway I got this pair at a good price and am quite happy with them. Another note. LG Wright's molds were sold in 1999 and companies are still making them. Still they are more expensive than typical glassware. And yes they contain uranium and glow under a black light.
    These goblets are about 6 1/2" tall and 3 1/2" wide.
    Got a green glass syrup pitcher between them in photo #3. And wrapping it up with a group photo.

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    1. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 2 months ago
      I love the look of Vaseline glass! The syrup pitcher must of been hard to come by!
      Your collection is wonderful, so many beauties! Those huge platters on the top shelf are incredible! Imagine installing a black light on all those treasures! ( just kidding)
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 2 months ago
      think you may find this to be the Cornucopia pattern by Dalzell Bros. & Gilmore Glass Co. (their #9D c1885); the pattern also goes by the AKA of Three Fruits. L. G. Wright acquired molds from many companies and also created new molds, but did not make their own glass. Wright would contract with various glass companies to produce their glass using the Wright molds. This goblet mold (also know as Strawberry & Currant) was bought by Castle/AA according this RealorRepro article:
    3. Alfie21 Alfie21, 2 months ago
      Nice collection!
    4. fortapache fortapache, 2 months ago
      Thank you very much Ms.CrystalShip. I will have a black light there eventually.

    5. fortapache fortapache, 2 months ago
      Thank you very much TallCakes. Looks Like will being amending the description. I just happen to have that page in Real or Repro open now.
    6. fortapache fortapache, 2 months ago
      And thank you very much Alfie.
    7. RichmondLori RichmondLori, 1 month ago
      Beautiful, and you have the collection so well displayed.
      The first time I heard about Vaseline Glass I was thrift shopping when I observed a man with a Black-light mini flash-light looking at all the color glass, he told me what he was doing and since then I check out the glassware, I have only a few yellow piece of Vaseline glass, it gets harder and harder to find these days.
      thanks for the posting.

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