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Author Topic: help id maker, period, pattern for dishes. ID = Cambridge Glass Company, USA  (Read 761 times)

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Offline LoriKay

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I purchased these elegant serving dishes from an antique mall about 10 years ago. I know nothing about them. Can you please help me identify their origin, maker, pattern and year?

Unique features: a fluid organic pattern, fluted edges and all four pieces have feet.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52364016/investigating/B4-1a_glassware-plate-platter.jpg
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52364016/investigating/B4-2b_glassware-plate-platter.jpg
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52364016/investigating/B4-3a_glassware-serving-bowl.jpg
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52364016/investigating/B4-3d_glassware-serving-bowl.jpg

Thank you for your help!

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Cambridge Glass Company's Caprice. Extremely popular from the late 30s to 1950, therefore fairly common.

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May I ask their approximate value in today's market?  :D

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We really don't get into values here as they are too subjective so I suggest you go to eBay & search "sold" listings using Cambridge Caprice bowl as your search term to find currect values. I will say that Caprice does not have much value as its so common unless its a rare piece in color as 85% of all Caprice is simply clear crystal, 10% Moonlight Blue & the remaining 5% Dianthus Pink or Emerald Green or Mandarin Gold.

 

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