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i found this wonderful little compote but i dont know what the pattern is ,, i also dont know the maker ... any ideas?

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I don't recognize this one, but the design in silver overlay might have been done by Silver City.

That might at least get you started on finding a maker. What is the size of your piece? And is the top portion a different color than the stem?

I can't see it very well. Maybe pics in a bit better lighting would help?

all the same color .. clear basr clear top with black and silve overlay its 5.5 inches tall and 6 inches wide

According to what I found, the decoration was by Duncan Brothers (no affiliation to Duncan & Miller) The decoration has been found on Indiana, Paden City, Heisey and New Martinsville. I looked through my Paden City reference material and didn't find anything similar. Here is the website I found it on. You can start your research there. I will do some more digging! Maybe you could post another pic, like Vicki suggested, in a bit better lighting?

http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/cat864.htm

i will try to get some better pics maybe with a white background so it an be seen better thank you for giving me a place to start

No problem! It's a fun mystery! Lisa

Thank you so much "Old Time Glass"! Welcome to Glass Hounds, it's nice to have you! :) 

Thanks! I'm enjoying it! It's great to connect with so many people with the same interest! I have 450+ boxes of the stuff in my attic, slowly going through and adding them to my site...it's like a treasure hunt every day! :)

oh wow it would be like christmas to me lol 

Ha!Ha! it is!

Anyway, as for an update to your question! I should have clicked further on the link I gave you, as it said this decoration was also found on Tiffin..would have saved some time! LOL! I found this image in my book "Tiffin Glass 1914-40" by Leslie Peña and Jerry Gallagher on pg. 27. The shape looks like yours, it's 6" tall, and they say it is #3201, but I haven't been able to find another image.  I would guess it would be closer to 1940, because of the shape, but I could be wrong.

Hope it helps! Let me know what you think!

Lisa

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thank you so much

Oh how fun! Feel free to share any of your items here, we would love to see them! :) 

I will! I have come across some pretty rare and exciting things! I sold a vase to a man from Florida not too long ago. It was from the Cambridge Everglades line..mine was the only one for sale on the internet. I think it's so neat when I come across such a scarce item..it makes it hard to let it go! But if I kept them all, I think my husband would have a heart attack! LOL!

Lisa

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