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    Posted 9 years ago

    MaryGregor…
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    Pair of Westmoreland Powder Blue Milk Glass Ewers circa 1920's. 15" tall. The texture of glass resembles jasperware pottery but is actually closer to blue milk glass. Westmoreland isn't known for their great enameling, but the shape of the Ewers makes them appealing.

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    1. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 9 years ago
      Out of curiousity, how do you know these are westmoreland glass? Usually westmoreland is pressed glass not finished hot at the fire. these pretty clearly had secondary work done. I bet they have a big ol pontil scar on the base?

      To me they look seriously Bohemian.
    2. MaryGregoryGuy MaryGregoryGuy, 9 years ago
      I think you're right...I was just going by the what the person I purchased them from told me. I admittedly know very little about Westmoreland. I'll have to do some research and see who made these. Thanks for the info.
    3. MaryGregoryGuy MaryGregoryGuy, 9 years ago
      Mystery Solved...Harrach Glass and NOT Westmoreland!!!

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