Author Topic: Green glass candlesticks & trinket pot - lots of beaded detail, ID, please?  (Read 535 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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A pair of clear glass candlesticks and a lidded trinket pot in a somewhat bluey-green. Lots of beaded detail.

Any suggestions for ID, please?

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I've seen this in a sort of electric blue as well Fred, and can't recall if it was id'd or unknown. I'll go check my refs again for you.

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The shape of the lidded dish shouts American to me, probably Jeannette?
http://chataboutdg.com/ are back online, Frederick - they may recognize it
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Photo of a set in pale electric blue, complete with hexagonal tray (base decorated with a large central motif of five concentric circles of small beads, flanked by smaller concentric circles of beads).

Does this help with ID, please?

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