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Offline Darlyn

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Help with maker on Bacchus Pewter top EAPG syrup
« on: April 06, 2006, 12:27:12 AM »
Wondering if anyone knows the maker on my
Diamond Thumbprint syrup with grape/Bacchus top?

http://home.ix.netcom.com/~dejavudi/syrup4.jpg
http://home.ix.netcom.com/~dejavudi/syrup1.jpg
http://home.ix.netcom.com/~dejavudi/syrup2.jpg

Thanks for looking!
arlyn @ Dejavu Antiques & Collectibles


Offline paradisetrader

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Help with maker on Bacchus Pewter top EAPG syrup
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2006, 03:44:03 PM »
Darlyn
From previous postings here it seems that glass items finished with metalware are very difficult to ID as far as the glassmaker is concerned. Often the metalware gives more clues as to age, maker etc
This piece may have involved 3 makers : glassmaker, cutting shop and finally metal smths/jewelers.
It may not be as old as it's meant to look.
The quality of the cutting looks good to me.
My guess would be Czech / German but thats just a guess.
Pete


Offline Darlyn

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Pewter lid/glass syrup
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2006, 04:10:25 PM »
Thanks for the input!
arlyn @ Dejavu Antiques & Collectibles


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Help with maker on Bacchus Pewter top EAPG syrup
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2006, 04:47:37 PM »
Although the diamond thumbprint description is an accurate one, it would be misleading to sell your wine jug as the EAPG Diamond Thumbprint pattern.  You might use thumbprint or bulls eye or even diamond with thumbprint specifying that it's cut, and not EAPG.  This is probably a century later than that 1850 heavy rather primitive pressed pattern.  Some of these are Italian and I'd guess are still being made, although I haven't seen any with this cut pattern.  DoRi


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Help with maker on Bacchus Pewter top EAPG syrup
« Reply #4 on: April 11, 2006, 06:22:17 PM »
it could be german as the Bacchus grape was mainly grown there
cheers Ray


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Help with maker on Bacchus Pewter top EAPG syrup
« Reply #5 on: April 11, 2006, 06:42:56 PM »
Quote from: "EAPG"
Although the diamond thumbprint description is an accurate one, it would be misleading to sell your wine jug as the EAPG Diamond Thumbprint pattern.  You might use thumbprint or bulls eye or even diamond with thumbprint specifying that it's cut, and not EAPG.  This is probably a century later than that 1850 heavy rather primitive pressed pattern.  Some of these are Italian and I'd guess are still being made, although I haven't seen any with this cut pattern.  DoRi


Very informative, thanks
arlyn @ Dejavu Antiques & Collectibles


 



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