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crayzmunkee's loves4 of 43 Depression Bowl!Early Signed Loetz Rusticana Centerpiece Vase c. 1900
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    Posted 8 years ago

    junkmanjoe
    (71 items)

    Old Blue Glass Candy Dish. Not Sure Of the Brand Or Maker. I know It Looks Green In The Photo's But It Is Blue. It Does Have Bubbles In The Glass And Holding Marks Where it was made. The Bottom Is Not Level. Very Interesting piece! maybe Yall Can Tell Me Something About It. Thank You For looking and Have A Blest Day!

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    Comments

    1. Paul71 Paul71, 8 years ago
      Hi JJ~ This looks like handblown glass that emulates early 19th century glassware. I have seen quite a bit of this over the years in shades of light green, light blue, aqua, deep blue, etc, much of it in a swirl pattern like this, some plain. Some pieces appear to have some age to them, and my thought is that they are probably reproductions of early blown glass done in the 1920s/1930s era when the original glassware was highly collected.
    2. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 8 years ago
      Thank You Paul71! I was'nt Sure And I firgued For 4 Bucks I could Not Go To wrong.
    3. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 8 years ago
      Thank You toolate2!
    4. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 8 years ago
      Thank You Bellin68!
    5. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 8 years ago
      Thank You packrat!
    6. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 8 years ago
      Thank You Scandinavian-pieces!!!!!
    7. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 7 years ago
      Thank you hedgewalker and Aimathena!!!
    8. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 7 years ago
      Thank Aeon For the Love!!

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