LOOK WHAT I FOUND IN MY TREASURE HUNT! 4 VINTAGE EARLY 40'S FOSTORIA "CHINTZ" ETCH 9 1/2 DINNER PLATES IN THE BAROQUE GLASS PATTERN. GREAT VINTAGE CONDITION WITH LIGHT WEAR TO FLAT SURFACES BUT NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEABITES. PLEASE SEE ALL PIC'S AS PART OF DESCRIPTION AND CONDITION AND USE ZOOM FEATURE IF AVAILABLE.I ACQUIRED QUITE A FEW PIECES IN THIS PATTERN INCLUDING DINNER PLATES, LOW WATER AND CHAMPAGNE GLASSES, BREAD & BUTTER PLATES, SAUCERS AND CUP AND SAUCER SETS PLUS A LARGE SET OF WESTMORELAND PANELED GRAPE IN MILK GLASS AND AT AN ESTATE SALE THIS WEEKEND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. SO, ALL PIECES OF THE TWO SETS I'M LISTING SHOW LIGHT SCRATCHES OR WEAR TO BASES OR FLAT SURFACES. I'LL BE LISTING MORE OF MY OWN COLLECTION OF DEPRESSION GLASS, CREAM AND SUGAR SETS, SALT AND PEPPER SETS AND ALL KINDS OF VINTAGE KITCHEN COLLECTIBLES SO PLEASE COME BACK OFTEN!! MY PIC'S USUALLY ALWAYS SHOW FRONT, BACK, TOP AND BOTTOM. I TRY TO BE VERY CAREFUL AND DETAILED IN MY DESCRIPTIONS BUT MOST ITEMS I SELL ARE IN VINTAGE USED CONDITION. IN REGARDS TO OLD GLASS AND CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS THIS COULD MEAN SILVER OR PAINT LOSS (I WILL NOTE EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS), CHIPS OR BREAKS IN PIKES (I DO NOT REMOVE CAPS BUT WILL NOTE WHEN I SEE CHIPS ON PIKES), MISSING CAPS OR CAPS THAT ARE NOT ORIGINAL TO THE PIECE OVER THE YEARS CAPS GET LOST AND ARE REPLACED, SOMETIMES I CAN TELL IF IT IS ORIGINAL OR NOT AND WILL LET YOU KNOW. OLD GLASS MAY HAVE WEAR TO THE BASE, CHIPS, SCRATCHES OR MINOR FLEA BITES.
Info for you I have found on American brilliant cut and pressed glass: It is estimated that 90-95% of old pieces fluoresce lime-green when exposed to fluorescent black light in a dark room. The intensity of the lime-green could vary from a strong apple green to a tinge of green.
Some old pieces do not fluoresce at all. Some old pieces have been reported to fluoresce pink, purple or orange. The pink or purple is most probably a reflection from the fluorescent black light itself and not actual fluorescence.Some people see the lime green as more of an orange color. New pieces tend to fluoresce dusty rose or not at all.
Cut glass produced during the last quarter of the 19. Century and the first quarter of the 20. Suffice it to say that the ABPned about 40 years to the end of World War I, at which point it began its decline into the 1920s and 1930s." "American colorless pressed glass made before 1930 is said to fluoresce yellow, while reproductions generally do not. Some people report that american brilliant cut glass also casts a yellow hue under ultraviolet light, others say it glows pale violet or blue.
Given the discrepancies, make sure to follow up with further research to ensure cut glass authenticity. I DO PAY FOR SOME SUPPLIES LIKE TISSUE PAPER, BUBBLE WRAP, PACKING PEANUTS AND CLEAR TAPE WHICH I GET AT THRIFT STORES AND GARAGE SALES WHENEVER I CAN. I ALSO REUSE STYROFOAM, PACKING PEANUTS, PLASTIC GROCERY BAGS AND BUBBLE WRAP WHENEVER POSSIBLE. I TRY TO USE THE LIGHTEST PACKING SUPPLIES AVAILABLE WHICH IS WHY I NEVER USE NEWSPAPER TO WRAP THINGS, IT IS TOO HEAVY. I WANT YOUR ITEMS TO GET TO YOU AS SAFELY AND CHEAPLY AS POSSIBLE!I ALWAYS PACK VERY CAREFULLY IF NOT INVENTIVELY! The item "4 VNTG 40'S FOSTORIA CHINTZ ETCH 9 1/2 DINNER PLATES!
BAROQUE GLASS PATTERN" is in sale since Thursday, August 25, 2016. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\Elegant\Fostoria\Etched Patterns".The seller is "luck777y" and is located in Chandler, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.