Several people posted id requests on our Facebook page that I do not recognize. I’m stumped and hope that one of you may recognize these. If you can help, please post a comment on this post or go right to our Facebook page and post the answer there.
Thanks a bunch for your help!
This first one is from Patrick with a lovely set of pink cut stemware. The shape of the goblet is a little like Heisey Gayoso, but my memory is that Gayoso has a shorter base, the bowl is more squat shaped. The cutting is definitely not Heisey. It’s the kind of pattern that I find virtually impossible to nail down since so many companies produced similar cuttings.
I like this next one quite a bit. The green is lovely and the cutting is so pretty with the leaf spray. Any ideas?
David posted this footed ice tea and mentioned it is marked Fostoria on the base. At first I thought it was Fostoria Nosegay, but I didn’t find the extra little ring of small cuts on the Nosegay pictures I had. Tonight when I was writing this post I checked Replacements for the Nosegay iced tea – sure enough, the iced tea has those little extra cuts!
I think Myra’s water goblets are Fostoria too, one of their mother of pearl designs, possibly line number 766, but it’s hard to be sure. If these were mine that’s what I’d call them though.
Myra posted these also, but I have no idea. They may not be very old.
Cynthia loves this compote, which has an amethyst cast. I think it is Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG) and has turned purple from sun exposure. There were several comments about this one and Cynthia would like to know what this is.
These pieces drive me nuts! They are similar to Imperial Molly but I don’t quite think so. And they are a little bit like a Lancaster pattern, but again, I think not. The bowl itself is similar to Fostoria Fairfax, but the handles are definitely not. Argh!
Colette posted this nice pink plate. It is not marked.
Now this one I could identify! The glass lover is Penelope, Cid’s cat and the plates are Lancaster Jubilee. Very pretty, especially Ms. Penelope.
Most weeks I can get about half the glass posted, but this last batch has some real puzzlers! Please help your fellow glass lovers if you can.
For best results include anything distinctive about the glass, whether it’s the shape of the stem or the handle or the cutting. Be sure to mention whether plates and bowls have ground base rims as that helps narrow the possibilities. All I ask in return is a thank you.