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TallCakes

Walking Horse Capital - Shelbyville, TN

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I enjoy researching EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), which was produced during (roughly) the Victorian era. I collect EAPG cake stands.

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Fenton Chocolate Alley Cat for QVC c2005 - Figurinesin Figurines
Thompson Glass Co. #17 Torpedo c1889 - Glasswarein Glassware
"Flora" by Bryce, Higbee & Co. c1890 - Glasswarein Glassware
EAPG Dagger Cake Stand c1880s - Glasswarein Glassware
Fostoria Glass Co, #402 Valkyrie cake stand c1893 - Glasswarein Glassware
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. 'Con-Cora' #1531/32 'Spin-A-Cake' c1950s - Glasswarein Glassware
Imperial Glass #1950/D220 Laced Edge (AKA: Katy) w/ 'doeskin' finish c1950 - Glasswarein Glassware
Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton #45 Teardrop c1895 - Glasswarein Glassware
Happy New Year!!! Fostoria #2678 'Monroe' c1954-65 - Glasswarein Glassware
Hand Stem by Atterbury and Company c1880s - Glasswarein Glassware

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  1. looks to be their etched Chantilly green http://tiaraexclusives.ueuo.com/elephant/ele.htm according to the products list the was c1984; here's catalog page from 1984 http://tiaraexclusives.ueuo.com...
  2. finding several indicating marked Germany but no idea on maker. Sound similar figural sets as camel, giraffe and roadster also.
  3. she was known for just making up names; no one really knows the rhyme or reason... for those interested here's a blue flamingo vase: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=2399&mode=se...
  4. the name "Hoover" came from Hazel Marie Weatherman; she is known to name many glass patterns in her books when an OMN was unknown or nonexistent.
  5. good place to look for this type of tool is wrenching news.com found this info there: 0485. Lot of Two: (1.) A124 (Deere) - - 4" Tee wrench. Good++ (D151, R1-131) (2.) A124A (Deere) - - 4" Tee w...
  6. check German WWII Folding Shovel Klappspaten here's one at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/German-Folding-Shovel-Klappspaten-Foldable/dp/B00H5UTHNY scroll way down here https://hiconsumption.com/b...
  7. this open work or lace edge milk glass was popular with several of glass companies in the 1950s60s. Each maker may have had their own name for the various forms; you would need to find catalogs or ads...
  8. yes, Wright also reproduced some of the forms. Can't seem to find who Boyd sold their moulds to. It's possible pieces may reappear on the market without marks some day...
  9. or possibly modified sugar bottom as used for the Boyd candy dish: https://picclick.com/?q=boyd+wildflower
  10. the original EAPG pattern for this was #140 Wildflower by Adams & Co. c1880s; guessing this is possibly a modified berry bowl. can find more online using the Wildflower or Wild Flower pattern name...
  11. oldhouselights.com is an online source to check for fixtures and shades; tho' likely a long shot to find an exact match...
  12. agree this does seem to match Imperial Glass #744 Twisted Optic; which is considered Elegant Glass (from before, during and after the depression era), which is hand finished; not to be confused with m...
  13. here's a good online reference http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass105/id133.htm
  14. you're correct; it is the #744 Apple Blossom etch on #3400 plate https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=11085 https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=11083&mode=search
  15. can see the bubble/ball motif here is somewhat similar to boopie/Berwick... did see a very similar piece listed as a lamp base: https://www.ebay.com/itm/392297251486
  16. King, Sons & Co. made their #367 Elephant match safe c1880s: http://www.eapgs.org/patterns/pattern-details.php?idx=2627 you'll find many unknown reproduction in various colors as evident by this WP ...
  17. looking closer at the Queen ad sheet I can make out the prisms and buttons; tho' those drawings are difficult to discern. Both the Princess set and Queen set ads look to be sales catalog pages rather ...
  18. I looked at that "Queen" set sheet and do not see any buttons; just see daisy and finecut details. Your piece looks like the Princess piece with daisy and buttons along with the finecut motif. It seem...
  19. have you checked at EAPGS.org where multiple examples are noted? I'm not familiar with the pattern personally but EAPGpatterns has the following noted comment about the 2 patterns: "There is strong ev...
  20. there is some variance on thoughts for EAPG many push the cut off date to 1920. Considering the dates attributed to this piece and the existence of extended pattern pieces, it could qualify as EAPG. T...
  21. check this pattern at "R" named Claudia https://www.replacements.com/webquote/imacla.htm
  22. try researching 'ankh' the Egyptian symbol for life
  23. one reference has this as 'Ribbed Opal Lattice' by Buckeye Glass Co. c1888
  24. I'd lean towards Federal Glass. You can post it to the forum page at chataboutdg.com from the link above and someone their most likely can tell you.
  25. this is Fostoria 'Coin' commemorative pattern for Avon; the year 1886 was the year Avon was founded
  26. is this the same as your shot: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=19657&mode=search
  27. Westmoreland Specialty Co. Oriental Boy c1905 there was also a companion piece made with a girl
  28. the vase is attributed to National Glass Company as part of their pattern line #550 (AKA: Winsome) c1903. Some may want to attributed this pattern to Riverside Glass Works as the glass was produced at...
  29. looks to be 'Piasa Bird' (pronounced pie-a-saw); a Native American legend. The maker is unknown; tho' some "experts" think American due the legend and manner of how the opalescence is made, while oth...
  30. it's Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) McKee Bros. Glass Works "Swiss" pattern c1880s AKA: Aegis; Bead & Bar Medallion
  31. could be a mixed set, tho' some of the pieces do look like the Gothic pattern by Union Glass Co. c1860s
  32. FWIW Central Glass Works did have an EAPG pattern called "Brick Window' (which does not match your pattern). Just so happens that "R" has an example of that pattern: https://www.replacements.com/webq...
  33. there is a pink vase listed on eBay as well as some green plates. As to the possible Central Glass as maker, here's a quote: "Today someone posted a tall handled and footed vase with what looks like ...
  34. very nice, might be considered candlesticks or candle holders...
  35. what's the size? compare with these having Fenton label: https://www.ebay.com/itm/184040048229
  36. found pieces in green and pink; also compote and plate; the design and colors are consistent with depression glass. Don't think it would be a reproduction since there is no known pattern and doesn't a...
  37. only thing I can find on this is that it's unknown
  38. I see those links no longer work, as the web structure has changed. Here's new links: for Diamond Glass fan vase: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=8856&mode=search for unattribu...
  39. these were originally made in clear glass for candy containers for Eikelberner & Agadjanian. The Candy Containers Collectors of America have this one noted as E&A #651 http://www.candycontainer....
  40. looks similar to wick oil candles; just needs the wick and holder https://www.salvaterrapottery.com/product/tiny-oil-lamp/
  41. some examples at WP https://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search?query=sandwich+peacock+thistle&category=
  42. if this is a cake stand; please show the pedestal. Pattern looks like it wants to be the Peacock Eye sandwich pattern. Imperial Glass reproduced some forms for MMA; but this doesn't look to have the d...
  43. Bauscher Weiden individual or miniature creamer
  44. maybe Ambiance Crystal https://www.replacements.com/webquote/aambeac.htm
  45. Adam's Glass Co. #86 Daisy & Button with Thumbprint Panels c1886; looks to be amber stained
  46. Fostoria Glass Co. #575 Carmen c1896
  47. since these are known to exist in clear opalescent and ice blue opalescent, one can only comment on the appearance in these images which look decidedly blue on my monitor..., which is why I give the e...
  48. Fenton used the tern 'French Opalescent" for their clear glass with opalescence. This glass looks to be blue opalescent, which some call Ice Blue Opalescent. The openedge basletweave pattern was intro...
  49. need better photos in focus and showing design details with a side profile image. several patterns look similar to this; first thought was Constellation by Indiana Glass.
  50. saw that episode of Oak Island and they stated their tool to be dated between 1400-1800. They explained this it was hardened steel and used with a wooden mallet for making fine chisel marks such as in...
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