"Scooper-cool name! I wrote the following several years ago. Works in situations like yours.
Here's a cool way to tell real Depression Glass (DG) from fake. It works too. You need to have a piece of real DG and non-DG. Take the…"
48 piece set. Gotten from a central New Jersey estate clean out this past Tuesday. Also got a smaller assortment of St Martinsville "Addie" red pieces as well. Qt Shape2 pieces Creamer1 piece Coffee Cup11 pieces Saucer14 pieces …See More
"Thanks. Actually it does have a couple of small chips on bottom. Though the color is something that does cause me some concern.
From what I have been able to discover so far, there were some minor variations in coloration in Hazel Atlas…"
"Hi I'm fairly certain that is a repro. the color is not right for the vintage depression era blue. If you take a look at the base, you will probably not see any wear, minor scratches, tiny chips etc. This is a SURE sign of a FAKE.
Got this over the weekend out of a house . Identified as a Hazel Atlas Criss Cross Cobalt Reamer.Question is, period or repro? It seems period. But with the amount of depression glass repros out there, does not hurt to get others opinions.Thanks See More
"Noticed Spanish Moss hanging from some of the trees. According to Wikipedia it can be found in the following areas
" Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) is a flowering plant that grows upon largertrees, commonly the…"
Interested in 19th/20th Century American and European art, pottery and antiques. Especially intersted in Moorcroft, Glidden, Puerto Rican Pottery.
Also interested in mid century modern ceramics (Steubenville American Modern by Russell Wright, Metlox, Homer Laughlin, Stetson China, Stangl Pottery, Blue Ridge Pottery, etc), and eclecticware from Sascha Brastoff, Georges Briard, Marc Bellaire/Charles Le Richeux, Francis and Michael Higgins, Gay Fad, Thelma Frazier Winter, Serge Nekrasoff, Couroc, Fred Press, Richard Saar, Miguel Pineda, Anne Marie Davidson, Enamel Arts California, Jaru Products and Culver Glass.
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