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Author Topic: Please Help Identify Presssed Glass Compote Pattern EAPG?  (Read 852 times)

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Offline janna

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Please Help Identify Presssed Glass Compote Pattern EAPG?
« on: June 19, 2006, 10:05:16 PM »
:?:  I'm not sure if I can attach a photo to this message but I can send you a pic of the pattern. The bowl has 5 scallop shapes going around it. Each scallop has a horseshoe shaped band around it that has a herringbone-like pattern. There's also 5 lines that fan upwards from between each scallop, some small hobstars in with the herringbone and also on the stem. The foot has petals going around it. I think sending a photo would be best. I don't if I'm using the right words to describe it, I'm no glass expert by any means. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Offline pamela

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Please Help Identify Presssed Glass Compote Pattern EAPG?
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2006, 10:26:03 PM »
welcome Janna - post a photo please!
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