"Pattern is Normandie, nicknamed "Bouquet and Lattice" before the name was know. Made by Federal Glass Company around the period 1933-1940. Color in the photo is really strange; hopefully, it is the camera and not the…"
"We believe it could be the type of bottle which was sold containing vinegar. Today we generally use vinegar in smaller amounts; however, 1/2 gallon plastic jugs can still be purchased. Here are some examples of these jugs, one is a…"
"We believe this is Indiana Glass Co., Constellation pattern. Listed is an oval celery shown as 10 1/2" long. Mentioned is the fact that Indiana produced several items with an intaglio fruit pattern bottom with some plain and some…"
"Congratulations, this is Fenton. It is #950, 11" oval bowl in one of their satin glass patterns, we believe to be Ming. Can't really tell but this one seems to be the closest match. Ref: Margaret and Kenn…"
"We just handle depression era and maybe a little before, up to the 70's (except Blenko) and we have about 125 books accumulated over the years. If you haven't been there, check out dgchat online. To post you must register;…"
"Sorry, we're new here. The email is confusing since it is not on a glassware item, but we regret if we've violated some rule. We didn't know we could sell on any other group other than that set for selling. If it is…"
"You have two pieces of Viking and three pieces of Duncan & Miller. The cake plate and compote are Viking/New Martinsville. New Martinsville sold our to Viking and some items were made under both companies but some were only made by…"
"We do not believe this is Duncan. We believe it is Fostoria's #2297 10 1/2" diameter bowl; however, there doesn't seem to be a picture of this type. #2297 was made in types A, B, C, and D with each having variations, such…"
From KY and worked for the US Dept. of Agriculture 40 years. Retired from HQ in Washington, DC a couple of years ago. Now devoting time to buying and selling glassware, fishing, and traveling some. My wife still works for USDA in DC.
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