Glass Study Group - December 11, 2003
December's Glass Study group was well attended with 16 in attendance. A full table of Holiday baked goods and treats were also brought and shared by the participants. It was an evening of fellowship, glass education and fun. The theme was red, green or glass received as gifts. The photo, as usual only depicts a small sample of the glass that filled the tables.
Left to right is a prize New England Glass agate vase, an unknown cut, satinized and enamel decorated blue atomizer for cologne, a green cut to clear vase by Dorfling Glass of Whit Mills, PA; a Steven & Williams English cut, cased glass vase in a wonderful design by Frederick Carder; Tow two part Fenton Santa fairy or candle lights in green and red; one red and one green Viking Glass Christmas tree, a bright red four part stacking Christmas tree candy by an unknown manufacturer, a Morgantown Guild twist pattern juice in red, a US Glass Delaware pattern two handled trophy form vase in green, Fenton's mandarin red cornucopia candle holder; a Viking County Craft pattern sugar in ruby, a New Martinsville Glass Moondrops pattern handled beer mug, a Heisey twist bon bon with floral cutting, an unknown crystal Christmas tree, A Fostoria Heirloom orange bon bon, and the corner of a Cambridge Candlelight center handled server.
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