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EAPG - George Duncan & Sons Co - Clear 'Shell & Tassel' Pedestal Open Compote

The George Duncan Sons - glass factory was founded in 1874 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a partnership of George Duncan, his two sons

EAPG - George Duncan Sons - High Standard Open Compote - Barred Ovals from brysantiques on Ruby Lane

EAPG - George Duncan & Sons - High Standard Open Compote - Barred Ovals Pattern

The 'Barred Ovals' pattern was manufactured by George Duncan Sons, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, circa It was reissued by United States Glass

EAPG - McKee Brothers - High Standard Open Compote - Swirl & Ball Pattern

EAPG - McKee Brothers - High Standard Open Compote - Swirl & Ball Pattern

McKee Glass was founded in in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, by the McKee Brothers.

EAPG - Gillinder & Sons - Low Standard Open Compote -  Westward Ho Pattern AKA Pioneer Pattern

EAPG - Gillinder & Sons - Low Standard Open Compote - Westward Ho Pattern AKA Pioneer Pattern

The name Gillinder has been associated with American glass since 1861 when William Gillinder started a glass factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

EAPG - Campbell, Jones Co. - Blue 'Rose Sprig' Pedestal Cake Stand

EAPG - Campbell, Jones Co. - Blue 'Rose Sprig' Pedestal Cake Stand

Pedestal Cake Stand, Cake Stands, Pressed Glass, Pittsburgh Pa, Early American

EAPG - Gillinder & Sons - Base Of A Covered Sugar Bowl -  Westward Ho Pattern AKA Pioneer Pattern

EAPG - Gillinder & Sons - Base Of A Covered Sugar Bowl - Westward Ho Pattern AKA Pioneer Pattern

The name Gillinder has been associated with American glass since 1861 when William Gillinder started a glass factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

EAPG - Adams & Co. - High Standard Covered Compote -  Horseshoe Pattern AKA Prayer Rug or Good Luck Pattern

EAPG - Adams & Co. - High Standard Covered Compote - Horseshoe Pattern AKA Prayer Rug or Good Luck Pattern

John Adams started in the glass business as an apprentice previous to In Adams opened his own glass factory.

EAPG - George Duncan & Sons Co - Clear 'Shell & Tassel' Pedestal Cake Stand

The George Duncan Sons - glass factory was founded in 1874 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a partnership of George Duncan, his two sons

EAPG - Northwood Frosted Rubina "Royal Ivy" Pattern Covered Sugar Bowl

EAPG - Northwood Frosted Rubina "Royal Ivy" Pattern Covered Sugar Bowl

The Royal Ivy pattern was manufactured by the Northwood Glass Company, in Made in non-flint, clear with frosting (acid finish), rubina and

EAPG - Northwood Frosted Rubina "Royal Ivy" Pattern Toothpick Holder

EAPG - Northwood Frosted Rubina "Royal Ivy" Pattern Toothpick Holder

The Royal Ivy pattern was manufactured by the Northwood Glass Company, in Made in non-flint, clear with frosting (acid finish), rubina and

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