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    Posted 8 years ago

    Wonderwoman
    (36 items)

    I don't know if this is prescut or pressed glass or what year or maker this creamer was from. If anyone can tell me anything about this creamer it would be appreciated. I've checked on the internet, iOffer, Etsy, Ruby Lane, etc. and have found no information.
    Thank you

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      appears to be Yutec by McKee Bros from around 1909
    2. Wonderwoman Wonderwoman, 8 years ago
      Seriously that old. Never thought about McKee as doing this type of glass. Thank you and I will check it out asap.
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 8 years ago
      Kemple acquired a lot of McKee's moulds for their pres cut lines. They produced them mainly in color, but could have made clear glass too. I've seen this Yutec creamer (with lid) in blue and amber by Kemple, so it was a mould that they got. Not saying this one is Kemple, just that it's a possibility. Clarity looks to be good and it may be original.
    4. NativeJewelerylovers NativeJewelerylovers, 8 years ago
      Generally the old Mckee pieces would have Pres over Cut in the center looking down in the piece...
    5. Wonderwoman Wonderwoman, 8 years ago
      Thank you for your comments. I will look into further, now that I have a place to start.
    6. Wonderwoman Wonderwoman, 6 years ago
      I have found that all your information is correct. It is a McKee Yutec piece and Kemple did buy the pattern, and it is from 1909 but I still can't find it's value. Can anyone help. Oh, it's called Regal Star.
      Thanks for your help everyone. I appreciate the information.
    7. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      'Regal Star' is a name given by collectors; the OMN was Yutec. I found this shape in one catalog noted as a 'berry cream'. Values change almost daily; you might check various auction sites for final bids on completed auctions.
    8. TreasureHuntVta TreasureHuntVta, 5 years ago
      Thank you for all your information. I did find the Pres cut down the center but does that make it more valuable or less, just curious.
    9. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
      having the PresCut mark does help to attribute this as a McKee original rather than a later Kemple reproduction.
    10. Wonderwoman Wonderwoman, 4 years ago
      What is a PresCut mark and where would I find it.
      thank you so much for being such a helpful person.
    11. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      The PresCut trademark was embossed into the bottom of the glass in some of McKee's 'Tec' patterns. Hard to find any really good examples on the web but try googling McKee Prescut mark. Here's a good online article:
      https://glassandpotterysellers.org/newsletter/17_aug2004.htm

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