Thanks again Connie,
That stuff is great to know when keeping track of the many reproduction items that are being sprinkled around in antique malls, among older things these days. Some of these crooks have even sunk to the degree that they are grinding and polishing round marks into the bottoms of Fenton glass items, claiming that those are polished pontil marks and calling it Hobbs glass. Some even shake the dust from their vacuum cleaner bags on the new glass in their mall displays to make it appear it has been sitting around in their shop for years. And then there is what shows up on ebay, said to have been great grand-ma's or from some 99 year old person's estate sale, geesh.
Many thanks again for the info.
Forgot to mention that the owner of Summitt, Gary V. ??? passed away recently and the company is closed. They're still negotiating who will get the molds from that concern. Also; Brooke Glass close down in the late 1990s, I don't know the details of that one.