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AMBER BLOWN GLASS PITCHER W/CAMEO BASE

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    Posted 10 years ago

    kfinds
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    I found this at a yard sale for 2.00 it is blown glass with cameo amber in color with the swirls which appear to be blown in not painted on. I thought it was pretty and now I just want to know more about it. On this site was the first cameo I could find. It came from an old house that the lady went to a nursing home 8 years ago and she loved to collect glass it seemed as there was a lot there. Thanks for any help.

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    1. kfinds kfinds, 10 years ago
      can someone please help me find something out about this pitcher I am drawing a blank. Thank you in advance
    2. kfinds kfinds, 10 years ago
      I found a decanter with the same markings called nailsea retro glass (in other words made in America, still old but not as old, with a price tag of $l65. on it and the only difference was mine is a pitcher . Has anyone found anything on this I don't care if it is valuable or not just what the heck is it?

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