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AQUA69's loves5 of 13Italian cane glass vase/ How old?Thomas Webb & Sons "Bronze" vase (1878). Christopher Dresser, attr.
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    Posted 10 years ago

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    OK... so I am a couple of times a week after classes and everything, stopping at several flea markets, garage sales and thrift stores etc... to get different china and stuff for my pieces that I create.... So this is what my collection looks like ( I haven't created anything with them yet... and I don't know if any one of them is valuable or not or considered rare or not. Either way I bought each piece separately over a long period because I liked what I saw.

    Leaves your comments about the pieces and any in particular and thank you.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 10 years ago
      it looks like mostly generic milk glass; don't see any rare items there. Nonetheless many folks do collect milk glass and it is very useful. Right off it does look like the sugar & creamer in the last photo is 'Early American' made by Hazel-Atlas Glass.
    2. Mrj303 Mrj303, 10 years ago
      The vases with the bumpy look are Anchor Hocking hobnail.
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 10 years ago
      That cream and sugar are better known as "Cubist"
      Jeannette Glass Co made it originally in the late 1920s and early 30s. As TC says, the milk glass small cream and sugar were made by Hazel Atlas (ca 1950s-1960s and possibly later.) Same set also comes in clear and pink, those are believed to be by Jeannette.
    4. rural_charms rural_charms, 10 years ago
      Very cool! I dont even collect these... I just grabbed them because they were super cheap and I can incorporate them in my arts and craft stuff... but Now i am thinking i will keep the cream and sugar one :) Thank you so much.


    5. mr_electric_ok, 9 years ago
      I have two small dishes like the ones in the first picture. they are 3 inches high, and 5 and 1/4 inches wide, one has the number 14 on the bottom the other has no number. These are the ones with the loops around the top. Any ideas about their origin??
    6. rural_charms rural_charms, 9 years ago
      mr_electric_ok you might want to post some pictures of you items. Maybe someone might be able to help you identify it. :)

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