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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item qasa: Antique Blue Milk Glass Dog & Cat Child’s Toy Cup

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Dog & Cat Child’s Toy Cup At Memory Lane, I offer to you this antique milk glass child’s cup. I think, it might be made by Gillinder or Atterbury, but I am not at 100% on that. It has a puppy on one side and a kitten on the other. There is much slag on this Victorian EAPG novelty cup. It also has a flower mark on the base.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: Blue w Marbling Slag to Lighter Shades
Height: 2 3/4" +/-
Base Width: 2 ¼" +/-
Lip Width: 2 1/2" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910
Maker: Unk
Bottom Mark: Flower
Condition: Excellent. As it was formed. Free of chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or repairs.






Re: Victorian Glass Novelties; Sanford; 2003; Pg 72

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Circa: 1885 - 1910, Antique, Victorian,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: 2 3/4"; Base Width: 2 1/4"; Lip Width: 2 1/2"
Color: Light Blue w Marbing Slag to Lighter Shades of Blue
Type: Drinkware
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Unknown Antique  

Your Price: $84.00
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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Atterbury Mug At Memory Lane, I offer this very dark blue or turquoise milk glass mug for you.

This is an old antique Victorian Era opaque blue milk glass mug. It is an Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) made between 1870 and 1880 by the Atterbury Company. It is turquoise in color and of a custard type of glass. The decoration on the outside is often referred to as Ceres, Cameo, Profile and Sprig, Beaded Medallion, or Goddess of Liberty. Medallion was the original name given to it by the Atterbury makers. There are quite a few air bubbles throughout this heavy child’s cup.
Material Blue milk glass
Maker: Attterbury
When created 1870 – 1880 +/-
Color Opaque Turquoise
Length/height 3 5/16 " +/-
Mouth Width 3 1/4" +/-
Base Width 2 15/16" +/-
Condition Good. There is a crack that has been there for quite some time. It goes from one side down the bottom of the cup and then up the other side. There are no repairs – not even to the crack.

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Circa: 1870s, Antique, Victorian, EAPG
Condition: Used
Size: Height: 3 15/16"; Base Width: 2 15/16"; Lip Width: 3 1/4"
Color: Blue Turquoise, Very Opaque - Almost Custard in Nature
Type: Drinkware
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Atterbury & Co  

Your Price: $38.00
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1990 Welch’s Jelly Jar. Tom & Jerry Series Tumbler AtMemoryLane

The jelly jar or jam glass, depending upon how you want to think of it, was to celebrate the cartoon put on by the Turner Entertainment – Hanna Barber was a part of Turner Entertainment. This is a vintage jelly jar from 1990. It was filled with jelly and probably used as a small juice drinking glass when the jelly or jam had been all used up. It was used by Welch’s as a promo tumbler. Tom is on Roller Skates.

Material: Glass

Length/Height: 4" +/-

Rim Width: 2 3/4" +/-

Base Width: 2 1/8" +/-
Capacity: 8 Ounces

When created: 1990 +/-
Who Created: Anchor Hocking
Where Created: USA

Wording Around the Glass:
- Tom & Jerry
- All Rights Reserved. 1990 Turner Entertainment Co.
- Welch’s (9 times)

Bottom Mark: Several Numbers and the Anchor Hocking Mark
Glass Condition: Very Good. There are no fractures, chips, cracks, or repairs. As it was formed. There is minor wear to it.

Glass Flaws: None

Paint Condition: Excellent - still has shine and no dull spots.

Paint Flaws: None

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Circa: 1990, Vintage
Condition: Used
Size: 4 Inches
Color: Clear w Various Other Colors
Type: Drinkware
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Welch's  

Your Price: $2.75
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