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This is a really eminent independence aka Cornucopia Early solid ground Pattern glassful Tankard hurler made by Mc Kee Bros, circa 1892. The relief pattern is on the external of the arena It is unmarked, but was definitely made by Mikasa. Although Mikasa called this their 9 square measure small indefinite amount bowl, it actually measures 9 1/4 inches (23.5cm) in diameter, and stands 3 inches (7.6cm) tall at the rim. catch for details Beautiful heart shaped serving dish is formed alike a spunk with a fine-looking iridaceous plant pattern united into the glass. Arcoroc go eddy Torsade (Same as Rosaline pattern) 9 ounce body waste tumblers. Anchor Hocking hurler is just about 6.5 inches high and 6.5 inches broad from handle to spout. This Pitcher is in same corking premiss with no cracks or scratches. This in truth jolly Early American decoration Glass, circa 1895 - 1902, Hexagonal Bull's Eye 8 edge broad move was made by Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton, Findlay, Ohio. Beautiful crystal glass bowl with an all-over brocaded ornamentation of ready cherries and leaves. ready-made in westerly Germany for Walther Glas and far-flung by Home Beautiful. Very heavy, so delight send your zip once inquiring so I can reckon cargo ships for you. Measures 4 3/4 inches tall x 2 3/4 inches wide at the top. Great octagonal body and the practice is output Grape. A discriminating piece of refracting telescope with no chips, cracks or breaks. There is a imprint in the pitcher nearest the top, through in the making. This Comport measures 7 Inches in diameter at the top. Arcoroc knock go around Torsade Cereal Bowl Made in France. Great magnitude for tabular array side, or use as a vase for an absorbing centerpiece!
Vintage Glassware By Anchor Hocking and Hazel-Atlas
If you’re perception for an easy way to add mid-century style to a home—try accessorizing with vino items that can be picked up at local ectoparasite markets and antiques stores. Not lone are in that respect many great items to be found, a lot of them are rattling affordable. These two pitcher and tumbler sets were determined at the Brimfield Antique Fair in Massachusetts.
Antique Early American Pattern Glass | Collectors Weekly
Early dry land Pattern Glass (EAPG), also known as ironed glass, was produced from roughly 1850 to 1910. Cheaper to dream up than winded glass, this glass-work was made in cast-iron molds and marketed as an economic alternative to hand-cut crystal. Manufacturers made a wide range of patterns in order to vie with all other, usually patenting their work.
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