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    Posted 9 years ago

    RhondaCorv…
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    I picked this up at an antique store. It's not vaseline but has a beautiful opal rim. I thought it was so interesting that there is strings of black glass in the bowl. The tag on the bowl said "Fleur De lis" but the more I research the more it would appear that this is a style and not a maker. Would love to know who made it and the era.

    Rhonda

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    Comments

    1. Celiene Celiene, 9 years ago
      It looks like Sandwich glass pattern to me, but the opal rim is not right for Sandwich. I don't think the pattern name is Fleur de lis.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      appears to be Northwood's Diamond Point and Fleur-de-Lis in green opalescent glass, ca.1906
    3. RhondaCorvallis RhondaCorvallis, 9 years ago
      TallCakes, thank you very much!! It's really nice to know exactly who made this, the ca. and the pattern name. I really appreciate your knowledge and help.

      Rhonda

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