eapg glass ??? vase spooner ??? help Id

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Mugzinnys, Mar 21, 2017.



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  1. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    this item is approximately 6 -7 inches tall 01-WP_20170321_00_02_35_Pro.jpg 07-WP_20170321_00_03_26_Pro.jpg 10-WP_20170321_00_03_39_Pro.jpg 11-WP_20170321_00_03_57_Pro.jpg 14-WP_20170321_00_04_24_Pro.jpg 15-WP_20170321_00_04_37_Pro.jpg
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  2. silverthwaite II

    silverthwaite II Well-Known Member

    At that height, better as a celery. Elsewise one's spoons would barely reach the top of the glass and would slither sloppily about. One wants the handles to be neatly grabbable from the top. :)
    pearlsnblume, Aquitaine and Bakersgma like this.
  3. Mansons2005

    Mansons2005 Nasty by Nature, Curmudgeon by Choice

    love that illusion...................:)
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  4. Bakersgma

    Bakersgma Well-Known Member

    Me too, Mansons. I've really missed Silverthwaite's uniquely poetic phrasing. :)
  5. silverthwaite II

    silverthwaite II Well-Known Member

    Aw, shucks, folks! Thankee!!

    I was able to read the forum, most of the time, but I sure missed being able to say, Wow! I didn't know that, or, How on earth did you know THAT?! (Anund and several others, take note!)
  6. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    Was this eapg glass spooner celery vase made by attaching the top to the base?
  7. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    This is one for cherryhill who made this item?
    What a beautiful spring day it is outside
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  8. George Nesmith

    George Nesmith Well-Known Member

    No it was one mold. I these molds the base plate is separate band fits into the sides when the mold clamped together allowing a "mold line" to encircle the base. It is also one reason the bases often look alike and it would be interchangeable with other molds.
  9. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    thanks or the insight George
  10. Cherryhill

    Cherryhill Well-Known Member

    I'm surprised Tall hasn't told us what it is. George is right about the mold pieces. Molds for pieces like this were "articulated" they were hinged and opened in sequence so the glass could be removed.
  11. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    It looks like a circular line in image number four separating the base from the top very deceiving.
    Thanks cherryhill
  12. TallCakes

    TallCakes Well-Known Member

    tho' this 'could' be an EAPG or Victorian era celery vase I do not see anything that matches. I ran across another unidentified vase listed for sale in Canada; so 'maybe' Canadian glass.
  13. Mugzinnys

    Mugzinnys Well-Known Member

    Thanks, TallCakes now I know the origin of your name. I really enjoyed your website link, what a wonderful and refreshing site you have created. I enjoyed all the nature wildlife bird shots and what a cute little baby. Only one thing disappointed me that was when I did not get to see the territorial dueling of the hummingbirds after clicking the click.
    I also saw an Identical Spooner on Pinterest, it might be the same one. I will be trying the Filipino Adobo Chicken recipe soon.

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