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Hobstar Pressed Glass Decanter with Handle and Stopper/ Unknown Maker and Age

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Early American Pattern Glass503 of 605INDIANA GLASS CO. Double Pinwheel OPEN COMPOTE1492-1892 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS COMMEMORATIVE PLATE
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    Posted 8 years ago

    mikelv85
    (1145 items)

    Found this nice handled decanter at VOA today. Has a really nice hobstar pattern on it. The handle and stopper are clear and the stopper still has the pontil on it. You can see a seam in the handle. It seems to be an odd mix of pressed, cut, and blown pieces. It's a little off center and leans a bit. Don't know if it's old but I'm pretty sure it's hand made. -Mike -

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    1. nldionne nldionne, 8 years ago
      Good Morning! Have you seen what Eye came up with on yellow vase? Strangest thing. Made in glass and pottery.
    2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 years ago
      Yeah that is weird..vaseline glass... sure looks like the pattern though. I searched online but didn't really see anything that looked close. I seriously did think Haeger. Some of their early stuff is not typically what you're used to seeing from them. They used foil and paper labels on that smooth seamed bottom. It's a mystery alright ! :)

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