"Thanks for the feedback. Which one's the "nappy" (and what exactly is a "nappy")? To be honest, I kind of expected the whole lot to be repro and was surprised when you said that the clear pieces were…"
"Ok, The cream and sugar and the nappy in the second pic are Reproductions - those are not original American glass. Most of that stuff is off in color and has a "greasy" feel to it. After you handle the real stuff a lot, you will know it…"
"Ok, first - these pics are still to small - please re-shoot them - but I'm happy that they are now on the page - well done!
The difference between Depression and Elegant depression is quality. Most of the true "Depression…"
"Cool! So, what's the difference between Depression and Elegant? Also, can you recommend a good sourcebook I can use for reference?
Here's some more. This is a milkglass plate that has grape relief on the surface…"
"Ok - I found them! My famous saying around here is that "I love a good mystery, but a solved one is better" applies here - LOL
Your Cream and Sugar set is in the pattern of "Coronet, No. 2560" made by Fostoria Glass Co. from 1938…"
"Hi Jeff, Welcom to iantique. Firstly let me tell you a few things: Please post pictures onto this main page - not links. Secondly post one item or set of items at a time - It's far to confusing to try to provide info on multiple…"
"hi jeff i love them !!!! i think art deco maybe the one later is later than the other but am no expert -we do have a furntiure section and i am sure craig would be able to help more, i have heard beeswax is good for wood, not sure about veneers…"