Author Topic: Milk Glass Dish - Dog & Duck. Vallerysthal? ID = Likely Atterbury and Co. 1880s  (Read 753 times)

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Offline dorian_graye

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Hello to all.  I found this very unusual milk glass dish or platter at a thrift shop.  While milk glass is out of my comfort zone, it was to unusual to pass up.  Can anyone verify the maker of this piece?











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Re: Antique Victorian? Milk Glass Dish W/ Bear & Duck. Vallerysthal?
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2011, 05:40:34 AM »
Not seen this one before and it is a bit too white to be Valerysthal but it might be anyway.  And really, it is a swimming dog which makes more sense than a duckhunting bear.
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Re: Antique Victorian? Milk Glass Dish W/ Bear & Duck. Vallerysthal?
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2011, 02:02:21 PM »
 :-[  Well, that's embarrassing.  I assumed it was a polar bear because it was painted white.  HA!  Oh well.....

Perhaps a moderator can change the subject line from bear to dog for future reference?


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Re: Antique Victorian? Milk Glass Dish W/ Bear & Duck. Vallerysthal?
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2011, 02:26:52 PM »
This platter is known as "Retriever" among collectors of Milk Glass here in the USA. The maker is likely Atterbury and Co. of Pittsburgh in the 1880s.
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Re: Antique Victorian? Milk Glass Dish W/ Bear & Duck. Vallerysthal?
« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2011, 02:36:30 PM »
Terrific!  Thanks so much.  Your knowledge and input is truly appreciated.  Mystery solved!   :hiclp:


 

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