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Candlestick - Amber Glass with Etching PATTERN UNKNOWN

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    Posted 11 years ago

    candifitz
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    I found this amber candlestick at a yardsale. Is it depression glass or fostoria? I cannot find the pattern anywhere. I think it is really pretty and maybe I will look for a matching one to make a set. Does anyone recognize the pattern?

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    1. candifitz, 11 years ago
      I am still trying to identify this pattern. It is driving me crazy! I have contacted the National Depression Glass Association and someone emailed back that they did not know but would send it to someone who would. I have not heard back yet.
    2. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 11 years ago
      Looks like Cambridge to me.
    3. candifitz, 11 years ago
      A big thank you goes to Cat Lady Kate at http://www.depressionelegantglass.com for identifying this as Central Glass, Balda etch on the line 2000 candleholder. Another site further identifies it as appearing in Central Glass Works: The Depression Era", on page 131 (pictured t in amber). Etch #410

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