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Author Topic: Possibly Ohio Glass - ID = Erickson Emerald Flame, Ohio Glass  (Read 1649 times)

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Offline eklages

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I have a set that consists of a small pitcher (approx. 6 inches high) and a matching creamer. They are both very heavy clear smooth glass (that is a little wavy when you look through it), with  an interior coloring of very deep emerald green at the base, flowing up about an inch in a "splash" sort of pattern.

I think they are blown glass, and I suspect they may have come from one of the Ohio glassworks. They have been in my family since at least 1950.

Any help in identifying the maker would be appreciated.



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Re: Help Identify? Possibly Ohio Glass
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2008, 03:36:15 AM »
Sorry I missed this post. These are Erickson Emerald Flame from Breman, Ohio. Flame was produced from 1951 to 1961 when the plant closed. Ken


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