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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


  1. U.S. Glass #15049 Maryland c1897
  2. sniped by TT
  3. Fostoria Glass #1704 'Winburn' c1954-65
  4. can't make out the handler's mark from your photo, but looks like Viking #1179 Epic: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=4686&mode=search http://vikingartglass.com/article-pf.php?...
  5. the catalogs I have date 1920-32 for the crystal NUCUT assortments but I don't see the 564. One reference has the date as 1915. I'm guessing this may have been called an olive dish by Imperial Glass. ...
  6. considering that this 564 is a NUCUT pattern, it would seem that they did indeed produce NUCUT in colors; tho' this is likely a later reissue...
  7. Indiana Glass was located in Dunkirk, Indiana. They were acquired by Lancaster Colony in the 1960s , which is located in Ohio. I'm not aware of this bowl being made in custard glass which contains ura...
  8. Beaumont Company should not be confused with the Beaumont Glass Company, The former came after the EAPG era. Here is an article on Beaumonmt Company history: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.p...
  9. the opalescent is Lined Heart by Jefferson Glass c1906
  10. `I have a milk glass cake stand in this pattern, In one catalog this form is noted as a 4.1/2" Finger Bowl and the pattern is named 'The Niagara Pattern...
  11. try researching Beaumont/Viking Art Glass 'Tree Bark'; some also list as Tree Trunk. or bark feet
  12. interesting piece... this is #575 'Paddle Wheel with Shield', first introduced c1912; looks like perhaps a stretched/pulled spooner
  13. the perforation configuration is similar to the Ostogril which if used for grilling pizza
  14. if you can uncover names or number it may help. these are also known as broiler grills: https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-cast-iron-folding-meat-1992075572
  15. more images and detailed description would be helpful... compare to this one https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/funky-cool-vintage-long-handled-16084285
  16. Libbey Glass "Hobstar" goblet and Jeannette Glass "Iris" footed tumbler
  17. superimposed IG is Imperial Glass. thjis is their NUCUT #446 square berry bowl
  18. 2 very similar patterns... one is EAPG - U.S. Glass #311 Dunmoyle c1900, the other is later Bartlett-Collins #65 Paneled Smocking c1920s... to me this looks to be Bartlett-Collins.
  19. from the photo the color looks like apple green; have you checked with a black light?
  20. my experience with Access databases goes back decades; it's highly programmable to specific needs; not to be confused with Excel spreadsheets. Yes, MS office suite is a subscription service, but with ...
  21. same here, Sharky; I use the database to try to keep up with my collection and future family use. I number everything and affix a small numbered label to each item that relates to the item number in t...
  22. examples found at WP but really no info: https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/pair-vintage-westmoreland-1735527246 https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-westmoreland-glass-pickle-jar-vase
  23. I keep track of most of my cake stand collection in a MS Access database with images included. The reference I used is a fee based membership which typically requires membership to access; but I might...
  24. agree; this form is often called a pickle jar/vase. Just thought to check one reference and was surprised to find an example in crystal as Westmoreland #103 but no given name or AKA with a production ...
  25. I've found examples in amber and clear with color stain similar to their Della Robbia but nothing definitive on production period. You might check with the WG club or their facebook group https://we...
  26. found a pinterest link for an out of date ad for The Lamp Goods listed as "Pendant Light of Embossed Vintage Milk Glass Globe" with this globe. multiple listings with and w/o a hardware finial attache...
  27. can't find confirmation but one listing mentions reference: "Anchor Hocking Glass Company introduced this in their 1956 catalogue, item #2056, called "Crystal Occasional Item." https://www.worthpoint...
  28. maybe a knife / chop sticks rest https://www.amazon.com/Sato-Metal-Industries-Dachshund-Chopstick/dp/B00A44SK7W
  29. nice candy dish... but this is the Wexford pattern by Anchor Hocking
  30. http://www.prietoglass.com/
  31. don't know about your signature but the design looks like Esteban Prieto https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/177614-esteban-prieto-iridescent-tumbler https://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search...
  32. check Duncan's Sons & Co. #39 Button Arches (AKA: Red Button Arches when found with ruby stain)
  33. looks to be 3337 from 1907 catalog https://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Vallerysthal-1907.189+B6YmFja1BJRD0xODkmcHJvZHVjdElEPTc4ODAmZGV0YWlsPQ__.0.html
  34. nice bunch of cake stands : )
  35. Federal Glass 'Sharon' pattern c 1935 depression glass; AKA: Rose of Sharon https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=20296&mode=search
  36. ditto on 'Hobnail Suite'; here's a catalog page of the pattern: http://opensalts.us/References/Catalogs/England/ENG-Davidson1895-98-dW.jpg
  37. it's an EAPG rose bowl made by John B. Higbee Glass Co. in their Fortuna pattern introduced c1913
  38. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/art-deco-1930s-moser-rudolf-eschler-1893826291
  39. this shape is often called a roly poly https://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search?query=moser+roly+poly&category=
  40. Brockwitz from their 1941 catalog https://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Brockwitz-1941.86+B6YmFja1BJRD04NiZwcm9kdWN0SUQ9MzcyOSZwaWRfcHJvZHVjdD04NiZkZXRhaWw9.0.html
  41. Weavetex by Indiana Glass https://www.replacements.com/webquote/ingwea.htm
  42. that Safedge Rim is most often an indicator for Libbey. This is their Georgian pattern which was made for more than fifty years. https://www.replacements.com/webquote/lrsgeo.htm
  43. yep, fairly contemporary piece; Anchor Hocking 'Wexford' pattern c 1960s-90s
  44. nice piece from the Little Hostess Party Set... listing of full set in box: https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/hazel-atlas-moderntone-little-hostess-2022263455
  45. these ruby stained pieces were very popular souvenir items of the day. Your toothpick holder is the Colorado pattern by U.S, Glass Co. c1898.
  46. the Viking Art Glass site has this as #6947 Seal Pipe Holder Ashtray https://www.vikingartglass.com/list.php?cat=155
  47. it's Viking Art Glass and the color is called persimmon. Without a catalog it's hard to say the intended use; one listing says pipe holder and another says candy. To me it looks like it could be a pip...
  48. this looks to be the 'Frances' bowl pattern #2010 by Central Glass c1920s https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=2990&mode=search https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/central-glass-f...
  49. don't know what those flowers are... but the pattern is Northwood 'Wishbone' with 'Ruffles and Rings' as the back pattern, c1911
  50. yes, this would be an early Northwood version, as Fenton removed the Northwood mark in their reproduction pieces.
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