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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. INARCO (Japan) "Orange Spice" jam/marmalade pot c1960s-70s
  2. cuttings were often done by 3rd party decorating companies. Your console bowl might be Fostoria but hard to tell with this photo; try posting a photo from the side showing the full profile of the bowl.
  3. "R" has it listed with an assigned number: https://www.replacements.com/webquote/benben9.htm
  4. S-V is for Semi-Vitreous Procelain
  5. tomorrow is stage 7 of Tour de France...
  6. Festina makes watches and these scaled bikes...
  7. maybe 1/10 scale working bike by Festina https://www.ebay.com/itm/202685032210 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Festina-Watch-Tour-De-France-Miniature-Working-Bicycle-Bike-Display-1-10-Scale-/323570957446
  8. yep, that's it: drill stack connect, and voila, you have a lamp...
  9. looks like possibly Hazel-Atlas nesting ashtrays stacked and made into a lamp...
  10. art glass oil candle similar at Ruby https://www.rubylane.com/item/314806-FA006090/Glass-Eye-Studio-Oil-Lamp-Rainbow replacement wick inserts available online
  11. Indiana Glass 'Pebble Leaf' c1960s-80s
  12. Fostoria #2402 bowl designed by Sakier: https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=7818&mode=search
  13. https://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search?query=paden+city+fighting
  14. check Paden City https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=3506&mode=search
  15. Lancaster Glass Co. #906 Open Work c1930s
  16. found similar listed/noted as spoon holders: https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25545/lot/27/ https://picclick.com/?q=ottoman+tughra+silver+spoon+holder
  17. here's one with a sticker https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/viking-yesteryear-classic-red-1971275474
  18. check Viking Art Glass #6709 'Epic Petal Foot' covered candy; too bad you're missing the lid.
  19. check Viking Art Glass #1920 "Yesteryear Classic" hobstar chalice / goblet
  20. Fenton #1126 Fine Rib c1910
  21. the set originally included the bowl, a stand and six cups; image of an ad on this web page: https://www.carnivalglassworldwide.com/imperial.html
  22. the ads I've seen didn't show any hooks for hanging the cups; I think that's a more recent fad with plastic hooks...
  23. induced= introduced
  24. 'Fashion' was also reissued for many years, but first induced in carnival glass and shows in various as from c1915 or so.
  25. I suppose there are some similarities to 'Heirloom' tho' that pattern is most often confused with the 'Octagon' (OMN: Bellaire) pattern by Imperial Glass; and Indiana Glass reissued their 'Heirloom' p...
  26. check L.E. Smith https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=7455&mode=search
  27. Richards & Hartley Glass Co. #99 Mikado c1886
  28. looks to be Kanawha and usually referred to as Swirl... not sure what the form may have been named in catalogs but most folks call it a pitcher...
  29. it's custard glass by Northwood Glass Co. c1888 OMN: Pagoda AKA: Chrysanthemum Sprig
  30. here's an example of your Fenton candy jar with it's lid: https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/fenton-topaz-hobnail-candy-jar-243583751
  31. check Hazel-Atlas 'Florentine #1'
  32. pressglas has this a Bayel, France: https://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/tafelaufsaetze/04079.html
  33. this is the 'Princess' candy box c1970s http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id42.htm
  34. nice punch punchbowl... also known as 'Pineapple' pattern and underplates fairly easy to find on eBay...
  35. looks like Imperial Glass #451 (named Georgian in one catalog; and AKA Shaeffer -given by Weatherman). made in 4 sizes the smallest being 2.5 oz. and named "liquor" in one catalog. The etch is like t...
  36. Studio Nova - 'Country Flair' https://www.replacements.com/p/studio-nova-country-flair-creamer/svacof/84817661
  37. this form is a footed Ivy Ball or Ivy Ball Vase and sometime Ivy Bowl Vase. Yours looks to be Viking Art Glass #1924 Yesteryear
  38. there are a multitude of hobnail patterns; not sure why you conclude this is not Westmoreland. https://www.ebay.com/itm/283429403607 https://www.replacements.com/webquote/wesamhp.htm
  39. looks to be Westmoreland Glass #77 American Hobnail
  40. this pattern was made in several colors with various decorations as well as the unadorned clear glass as you have here. It's not unusual for provenance to become confused over time. I can only report ...
  41. U.S. Glass Co. #15140 'Athenia' c1912 (AKA: Reverse 44)
  42. your covered compote is EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass) Riverside Glass Works #642 X-Ray c1896
  43. maybe add images of the matching jug...
  44. your carnival glass piece is the "Windflower" pattern by Dugan Glass Co. c1911 and Diamond Glass Co. c1913
  45. the grape motif covered candy dish is the 'Harvest' pattern by Indiana Glass. The open compote is 'King's Crown' reproduction likely by Indiana Glass.
  46. Indiana Glass 'Diamond Point' c1978 in horizon blue
  47. Adams and Co. 'Apollo' c1886
  48. Heisey and the color was called Sahara https://chataboutdg.com/gallery/details.php?image_id=11839&mode=search
  49. "R" has the pattern as 'Elise' https://www.replacements.com/p/michael-weems-elise-amber-martini-glass/mwceliam/115966981
  50. from my experience the smaller ones are indeed the hardest to find, and not many patterns included this small size. Not sure about the Canada connection as the references I've seen on this pattern mak...
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