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    Posted 12 years ago

    Bridget
    (7 items)

    Picked this up at an auction lately and not sure what the pattern is or if it's part of a Sugar & Creamer set. Older Carnival glass pattern? Does anyone have any ideas?

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 12 years ago
      made by Federal Glass Company around 1933-1940. The pattern is Bouquet and Lattice, and the color is called Sunburst
    2. Bridget, 12 years ago
      Awesome!! Been searching David Doty but have not hit on it yet.
      Thanks so very much for the info!!!
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 12 years ago
      It is considered Depression Glass, not Carnival Glass.
    4. Bridget, 12 years ago
      Thanks Paul! I would not have known that. First time I have seen depression in that color. Learning more about glass all the time. Much appreciated!
    5. Paul71 Paul71, 12 years ago
      Welcome, Bridget!
    6. Paul71 Paul71, 12 years ago
      it is better known by it's original factory name: Normandie
    7. Bridget, 12 years ago
      Thanks again Paul! That's also a new word for me. I'll have to do more research on that name too.

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