Especially those that are not familiar with this era glass. Usual straw marks or heat crease lines although very hard to detect in such a busy pattern, same with trapped air bubbles. Plate rim bases some molding roughness but overall a super great find. According to my Early Canadian pressed glass book these are attributed to Toronto Glass Works c.
Spence, Unitt, Metz & Lee all identify this as such. Other versions attribute pattern to US Glass companies later date. 5.5 x 6 plates.No marks on surface appear never used. Sad when they make just a lovely addition to any table setting.
Not recommended you put in a dishwasher or at least on heat cycle drying as I have had old glass crack from this event. PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE, ONLINE SHOPPING A PROOF OF THIS LATELY. I RELY ON THIRD PARTY SERVICES TO DELIVER GOODS AND THEY ARE DOING THE BEST THEY CAN WITH THE DELUGE. SO PLEASE THINK TWICE BEFORE LEAVING FEEDBACK AND PUT YOURSELF IN OUR SHOES [SELLERS]. Due to coronovirus situation services are either extremely slow, not guaranteed as far as service stands or are non existent for some countries at this time.
Hopefully soon it has been over 2 months for some locations. USA is not on the list. If you have a dispute you have to deal with them.
All items, unless stated, come from estates, mostly other dealers and friends that are retiring from the business. Price quoted for a single item with each listing. If small wares like jewelry linen, numismatic and stamps, similar sized items figure on about 1.00 per extra order.Larger pieces 2.00-5.00 extra each. It adds each and everyone up for a grand huge total usually. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Plates". The seller is "mama_bundy" and is located in this country: CA.
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