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kimjcmurphy's likes8 of 10HANDEL DESK LAMPSouvenir from Detroit Michigan
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    Posted 8 years ago

    roadside
    (32 items)

    Picked these up today. I love the color and patteren. I am hoping someone can help me identify them, because I don't have a clue.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      Originally made in crystal, this pattern was called Palace when introduced by Adams & Co. ca. 1888. The pattern later became known to collectors as Moon & Star. This pattern of EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass) has been widely reproduced by many glass companies. Your set of pieces appears to be a fairly recent reproduction of Moon & Star by L. E. Smith Glass.
    2. Paul71 Paul71, 8 years ago
      Any piece of solid colored "Moon and Star" is a reproduction. The early pieces were made only in clear, clear with colored stains, and clear with frosted details (the same type as found on Bakewell's "Ribbon") .

      LG Wright first had clear reproduction goblets and bowls made from new moulds in 1938. They expanded the line in the 1940s and added a nice blue opalescent. By the 1950s and 1960s even more items were added. LE Smith made quite a bit of M&S and made many colors. It's still being offered today.
    3. roadside roadside, 8 years ago
      Thank for the info TallCakes and Paul71. My wife has already found a place for them. They make nice candy dishes. Cleaned up they look really nice.

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