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Glassware7269 of 9682a VASE FROM WATERFORDUranium Glass EAPG twisted stemmed Milk Glass Sherbert
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    Posted 8 years ago

    geekmom
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    My grandmother passed away suddenly when my mother was young, and didn't tell her anything about these. There is another matching glass as well. I thought they were depression glass but they seem really ornate for that. From what I can learn they seem to be glass cut crystal, but i know nothing about what these patterns are called or anything. The lighting is different in these pictures but they are the same color. Please help!

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    1. jeffandlisa jeffandlisa, 8 years ago
      This looks like Kemple presscut glass.
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      the bowl appears to be Imperial Glass Nucut #555 and the vase looks like Imperial Glass Nucut #536. Most of the Nucut patterns by Imperial Glass were only identified by number and had no pattern name; tho' some have been given collector names over the years. So you will sometimes see #555 called Whirling Star, while #536 is sometimes called Lace.

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