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I'm happy to help. If you could only buy one glass reference book, it should be Colored Glassware of the Depression Era 2, by Weatherman. I use it more than all my other books, combined. Indispensa...
Hi Joey, Alas, these are not well documented. It was years before they turned up and were reported on. Though they might be shown in books on Depression era glass, I'm not aware of them being in ...
That is not a sherbet and liner, my friends. It is a Dorflinger Kalana Lily "Dr. Johnson" [punch] bowl and liner plate. This shape is shown in a catalog reprint on page 50 of Dorflinger Kalana Art G...
The two scalloped trays were made by Paden City Glass Mfg. Co., but the cream & sugar sets on them are not theirs. The pink color is called Cheriglo. Your candleholders are Cambridge. The etched ...
These were probably made by Pukeburg, a Swedish glass company. Search that maker name on eBay and/or Google Images and see if you can find a match. They made another pattern called Royal Fan which w...
Hello, Your tumblers were made by the Steuben Glass Company of Corning, New York, probably in the 1920s. The stemware shape is #3551. The color in the stem is called Rosa. The cutting is called ...
Your lamps are most likely the product of Tiffin Glass Company of Tiffin, Ohio. The color appears to be their Killarney Green, made in the 1950s. Best regards, Michael
Something about the polished cutting on these reminds me of the work done by Pairpoint. I would obtain books on Pairpoint glass (by Frost, Padgett, and Avila) and see if you can find a match. The Fr...
You can always recognize American Beauty Rose by the long stem with thorns that extends downward onto the stem of most stemware pieces. Even serving and decorative pieces have a long thorny stem! ...
The tall bowl in the background is not Fostoria Sun Ray, but rather, a piece in a 'lookalike' pattern that is often confused for Sun Ray. Best regards, Michael
Your plate is Fostoria. The pattern is called Victoria. This is the first pattern that the company made when they started the plant located in Fostoria, Ohio, where the company got its name. They l...
Hello, Your candleholders were made by the New Martinsville Glass Company of New Martinsville West Virginia in the 1930s. The pattern is called Radiance. These candleholders are hard to find, ESP...
Hello, I believe that what you have is actually a piece of Fostoria's #232 Lotus pattern. According to page 99 of Fostoria - Its First Fifty Years by Hazel Marie Weatherman, this pattern was made ...