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Posted 6 years ago

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I think the first piece is not carnival but instead some marigold but I am not sure...

I believe the middle/second picture is just your common milk glass right?

and the 3rd /last picture is like some kind of sugar and cream part of a tea set?

Any additional information would be greatly appreciate it.

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  1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 6 years ago
    Hi, Tall Cakes is the person you need there, I think. I haven't a single intelligent opinion on your first (marigold?) item.

    Second photo: the two vases are common but still beautiful. The footed object is in a pattern called 'paneled grape'. Would need meaurements to help determine its value. It is easy to find this pattern, but for the same reason that it is easy to find the pattern, it is also easy to find someone who would be interested in it. Very popular pattern at one time.

    I can't enlarge the third photo, so I can't see the items well enough to discern the pattern. Yes, looks like two identical creamers and two identical sugar bowls.

    Let's hope Tall Cakes sees this posting. Regards, miKKo
  2. rural_charms rural_charms, 6 years ago
    Mikko I added a 4th picture hopefully it can be enlarge.
  3. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 6 years ago
    Hi, looks like the pattern of the pieces in the fourth photo is "Cubist" by Jeannette Glass Co.

    Pattern might also have been made by other firms under different names.

  4. rural_charms rural_charms, 6 years ago

    They are fun. I will try and maybe complete a set.
  5. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    mikko is right on the sugar and cream sets; they look to be Jeannette's Cube, which is their interpretation of Fostoria American. I'm thinkin' the grape compote is most likely Anchor Hocking. Lots of makers on the flower vases as many were available thru florist over the years; they are often sold in lots on eBay.
  6. tablefullofmemories tablefullofmemories, 6 years ago
    The first photo is the pattern of "Louisa" by Jeanette. This pattern is also commonly called "Floragold". This is the 5" ruffled fruit bowl.
  7. rural_charms rural_charms, 6 years ago
    Thank you. I love milk lass in general and this is a very useful bowl. I like to display it with similar pieces like this. :)

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