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Cut Glass530 of 535Ruby Red Cut to Clear Sugar CasketHelp me identify my new old punch bowl. Anyone know?
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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I inherited these pieces from my Grandmother. Does anyone know what they are worth and who made them and type???
    Thank you so much!!

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    1. mark mark, 11 years ago
      Various pieces of American Brilliant Cut Glass or later period. Period 1876 - 1915. There were hundreds of cutting houses during this period, it is near impossible to determine the maker from these pictures. Search for acid stamped signatures on the inside and under handle of the nappy in the first picture. Check inside the cream and sugar in the center of the base, or on the clear area under the handles, or on the bottom. The pitcher will not be signed. Bowl, check inside on base on outer edge of base rim.

      Pix one Nappy: Pinwheel and hobstar pattern. Around 1910. Retail $45.00 -$60.00 Not rare.

      Pix 2: Cream and sugar: Hobstar and fan pattern. Around 1900 -. Retail $125-$155.00. Not rare.

      Pix 3: Pitcher: Figured blank (Only flowers are cut. Leaves pressed into glass using a mold. 1915 - 1920s ( or newer) Retail $75.00 -$100.00. Not rare.

      Pix 4 Bowl: Hobstar and fan pattern. Retail depends on size. 6-7 inch bowls (Whipped cream bowls) worth a little more. If this an 8" bowl, Retail $95.00 -$145.
      Not rare.

      Value depends on condition like anything else. Broken teeth, chips, etc de-value this glass enormously unless the glass would be a rarity.

      Fun pieces to own, enjoy them.
    2. sam560 sam560, 11 years ago
      Very nice

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