Glass Study Group - November 13, 2003
The Replacements Triad Glass Study Group met in November with amber glass or "glass for the Thanksgiving table" as the focus topic. Light refreshments were enjoyed while sharing information about 50 pieces of glass.
Shown in the image: A very uncommon American Rich Cut glass covered, footed casserole, a Rich Cut salad bowl and underplate with sterling silver rim in a butterfly cut with cut handle servers, an Imperial amber glass console bowl, Topaz Paden City serving bowl with double tab handles and decorated with the Ardith plate etching, and a black divided relish made by Central Glass. The covered animal dish is a L.E. Smith turkey in amber. The handmade stems are from Utility Glass Co. of Cumberland, Md. The all Vaseline stem is a
Cambodia pattern and the all amber stem, amber footed stem, and Vaseline are the
Mandala pattern. The cream and sugar are Fostoria's
Lafayette pattern in amber.
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Special Research Projects Manager