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    Posted 9 years ago

    cindyjune
    (232 items)

    These cordials are 4" high but quite different styles. I have not ever seen one in the egg shape. Could these be made by the same maker and am I correct in calling them cut glass? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      both appear to be EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass). The piece to the left was made by Westmoreland Specialty Co. (aka Westmoreland Glass) in their pattern #920 Hobstar and File, ca.1912; this one is easily mistaken for cut glass due to the sharp characteristics of the pattern. I'll look around for an ID on the cupped piece; the diamond and finecut designs are common to many EAPG patterns.
    2. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      Thanks for the help TallCakes!
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      your other piece is also by Westmoreland glass and called Westmoreland; it their pattern #98, ca.1898
    4. cindyjune cindyjune, 9 years ago
      Thank you so much! I am now anxious to learn more! The best part of collecting!

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