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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Another thrift store find. I did not see any markings on it, however it will take a nice drill without shattering.


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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago

      This pattern was introduced in the very late 1800s by McKee and Brothers. It was called "Rainbow" by the company. When McKee became part of National Glass Company, this pattern was continued by them.

      This one I would not drill. Maybe because I'm partial to EAPG.
    2. rural_charms rural_charms, 9 years ago
      Paul, I added two new images so you can have a better understand what why i go shopping for used glasses and dishes. I make garden yard decor, and also bird feeders. The two photos above of the two pieces I did not make myself, its what I had inside the house when I snapped the picture.

      ... Also why googling terminology and stuff... I discovered what EAPG means ;)
      Early American Pattern Glass

    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      I'm with Paul on the no-drill for this one. You don't mention the size but it looks like maybe a footed jelly as in the McKee/National 1902 catalog.
    4. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 8 years ago
      Beautiful footed bowl!
    5. rural_charms rural_charms, 8 years ago
      @TallCakes, I added a few new items to my album...hoping you can once again help in identifying some of it, whenever you have time.


      @Mikko /Thanks again :)

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