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Author Topic: Pressed glass trinket set - uranium green, pink and clear examples ID, please?  (Read 1461 times)

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Offline agincourt17

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    • Pressed glass 1840-1900
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The octagonal tray has a base with the underside decorated with ten sets of radial ridges alternating with triangular lined panels where the lines run parallel to the tray sides.

The candlesticks have bodies decorated with a matching pattern of vertical ridges alternating with horizontal lines, and the bodies of the two sizes of pots are similarly decorated.

The pot lid finials are shaped as flattened, semicircular crests with circumferential lines.

IDs, comments or suggestions, please.

(Permission for re-use of the images of the clear set on the GMB granted by suetony2005, and the green set by miss-ali2557).

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