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9 years ago
Enesco ( is an American company specializing in the sales and distribution of giftware. The company was known for the 1970s, '80s, and '90s, Precious Moments porcelain figurine. n 2006, only a yea...
It is a MacBeth-Evans piece from late 1930's to 1942, in their Chinex Classic pattern. Besides the castle decoration they also had a floral decorated and plain version. The Castle decoration is the ...
I just bought a pair a few months ago, Cambridge Carmen Red, Keyhole pattern, I also have a set in amethyst ANYTHING that color red, Forest Green or dark amethyst is one of our favorites, so add th...
They are Anchor Hockings Forest Green
Are there any markings on it? Are they all the same pattern just different colors?
I am not sure if you can tell the difference as US Glass/Tiffin got the original moulds from http://www.duncanmiller.net/history.php : All the work...came to an abrupt end on June 13, 1955. Mac...
Can you post a closeup picture of the etching, hard to tell what it is exactly
Canterbury pattern by Duncan Miller I believe
I would agree, it is more than likely the Torte plate
My reference book lists an 11,14 and 17 inch size but no 15 inch
How many inches in diameter?
I just bout a No. 555 bat, and it is labeled MINOR LEAGUE where the players names are today
It is the Candlewick pattern by Imperial
might just be the picture quality, but it doesn't look good enough especially on the key part to be Heisey
The creamer/sugar/tray on the leftin the first picture are either Fostoria American or the Indiana glass copy of them. The creamer/sugar/tray on the right I think are an Imperial pattern, maybe Fosto...