- Madrid and Cherry Blossom have many pieces reproduced. Learn these patterns carefully if you decide to collect them. I see more pieces of reproduced Madrid, aka Recollection, than all the other reproductions combined.
- Colored Fostoria American is likely a reproduction
- Floral, Adam, Miss America, Mayfair, Avocado, Iris, Florentine, Royal Lace have one or a few pieces reproduced, most often shakers, cookie jars, butter dishes or pitchers
- Sharon has reproduction sugar, creamer, cheese dish and candy dish. Most are easy to spot.
Let’s be blunt. It is extremely difficult to get good photos that show glass patterns and are true to color, especially with pink and yellow transparent glass. Patterns, yes. Color, yes. Both together? No so good. Here are the tips I’ve found to get decent (or sorta decent) pictures. Note, the tips below work for […]
If you want to identify or sell your glassware you need good, clear photos that show the design. It is very difficult to show some designs and here are tips that may help. Background We covered this in our previous post, Photographing Glass Part 1, and it needs repeating. Use a plain, solid colored background. […]
It’s hard to photograph glass! Let’s look at a few tips to make it easier to get decent photos that can help you identify or sell your glass. What to Photograph Look carefully at your glass and note the parts of the glass that may be clues to its identification. You want to be sure […]