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    Posted 12 years ago

    timegoneby
    (10 items)

    This is just a very pretty cream and sugar set in a green depression glass that I have. I found it to be a bit different in style. I don't know much about it so if anyone else does, I would appreciate any info on it.

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    Comments

    1. Deborah, 12 years ago
      This appears to be the Tea Room design.
    2. Uranium222 Uranium222, 12 years ago
      Sorry, I've Seen A Lot Of Green Glass & I Don't Recognize That One ??? Cheers Mark
    3. Frenchbabe, 12 years ago
      I've been collecting Depression Glass for forty years and I don't recognize this as one of the major patterns. It appears to be an example of Depression Glass which was occasionally produced not to match a complete set. Many of these pieces were never given a name by the company that produced them. Nevertheless, this is a pretty set. I'd certainly enjoy owning it.
    4. queenv, 10 years ago
      I have the same set ~ did you ever identify it or come up with a value?
    5. timegoneby, 10 years ago
      No I haven't put a lot of effort into finding out much more about it...sorry.

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