Last post I showed you some of Jeff's mystery glass he posted on our Facebook page and today let's look at a few more pieces. There are still a couple that I know I should know - but don't! Does that ever happen to you? When you know you know something but just can't quite get at it in the musty shelves in the back of yourmind? (You can read the last post here: Let’s Help Jeff Identify His Etched Crystal Glass #1. Duncan Miller Remembrance Etched Canterbury Creamer. This creamer is Duncan Miller Canterbury but the etch just wasn't clicking. At one time we had a lot of Duncan glass and I got familiar with several patterns, but this was a new one to me. I went back through my Duncan books and found a couple more etched designs that I've never seen in person, Language of Flowers, Royal Lace and - aha! Remembrance. The pictures for Remembrance usually show a cameo-like motif but the design around the cameos is this floral spray. Pretty! #14. Fostoria Garland Stem I'm not positive on this next one. If you look at the right side you can see a wreath and the part right in the center looks like an urn. That combination is like Fostoria Garland, one of their older etched patterns made from 1915 to 1928. The reason I'm not certain is that the shape of Jeff's stem doesn't match the Fostoria blanks. What do you think? #15. Fostoria Navarre Etched Crystal Creamer Looks like Jeff got a few creamers in with his stemware. This one is easy, Fostoria Navarre. Those little dangling flowers surrounded by scrolls and flowers say Navarre for sure. Jeff posted a few more pictures, some I recognize and others that hopefully you will know (because I don't!) Come back again for more fun with glass.
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