Several more glass lovers posted photos on our Facebook page at www.DepressionGlassFun.com asking for help identifying their glass. Some I could help…and some not. It’s your turn, please.
I posted about a previous set of mystery glass here and indeed a couple pieces got help, so please share your expertise where you can.
Adity would like help identifying her vase. On this piece the stem is the most distinctive element. There are many patterns with leaf or wheat sprays that using the cutting for identification would be hard, but that thin wafer may be a clue.
Carol posted these wonderful blue mixing bowls. They are from Hazel Atlas although I believe some bowls like this have been remade. I can’t help Carol with a valuation but she should find happy new owners for these as long as they are authentic.
Carol showed some Hazel Atlas blue Ships glasses too, very nice.
Dorothy showed a beautiful Fostoria Trojan sherbet and another cut crystal stem that looked good quality but not one I’d be able to identify. (I’m really bad at most cut designs. You have to recognize the stem to be able to tell what some of the simpler flower cut patterns are.)
Here’s a better picture of Dorothy’s mystery crystal glass. Do you recognize this? It is nice, isn’t it.
Lucky George has a set of these needle etched stems. Needle etchings were very popular before plate etchings were better developed and many companies made designs similar to these. I suggested George check out Tiffin as they had this exact etch although the picture I saw of it left the narrow middle band plain, without the gold. I hope George lets us know if he confirms my identification.
Donna posted these. The amber cordial is New Martinsville Moondrops and Donna asked what color that would be. As far as I know New Martinsville didn’t have fancy names for their colors (unlike Cambridge or Heisey) so this is amber. If anyone knows differently please let Donna know.
Donna posted this cake plate too. I think it is one of the pretty U.S. Glass patterns, but there isn’t enough of it shown to be sure.
Marilu has such a pretty candy jar. I don’t recognize this; it may be EAPG or a 1970s era reproduction. Do you recognize it?
The next two I could help the requestor. First one is Fostoria American, the ice liner for a juice or seafood cocktail. The idea with these liners is you put ice in them, then the center cup stays nicely chilled. Rather fancy!
These gorgeous gold trimmed stems are my favorite of the last weeks’ posts. They are the Wildflower pattern from Cambridge, very lovely and the gold sets the elegant etch off perfectly. Harry wants to sell these.
Donna posted this puzzler. I have no clue! She mentioned it appears to be cut, but could be pressed. I don’t know what this was used for even.
If you recognize any of these or have a suggestion please post it. You can click the picture to go right to the owner’s question on our page.