Heart of America Glass Collectors
Meeting Highlights & Program
The first meeting after the holidays is always fun. In lieu of a program on a specific collection, club members bring holiday treasures for a Double Show and Tell! Here are some highlights from this meeting. Descriptions of each treasure is found below the pictures using the corresponding number.
1. Back Right: Fenton ruffled compote.
Back Left: Fenton Blue Satin Rose tall compote.
Front Right: Cambridge Gold-Band Wildflower #1309 vase.
Front Left: Fenton Blue Satin butterfly on stem.
2. Back Right: New Martinsville nautilus shell vase bookend, circa 1940.
Back Left: Imperial Williamsburg Amber pitcher, from a Heisey mold.
Front Right: Four sizes of harlequin glasses, maker unknown, circa 1948.
Front Left: Twiggy amber iridescent dinner plate.
3. Ruby pinch decanter with a pewter overlay, manufacturer unknown.
4. Crystal decanter set in cobalt blue decorated glass egg, maker unknown.
5. Back Right: Pressed glass small decanter and stopper, pattern and maker unknown.
Back Left: Vase, possibly Blenko.
Front: Fostoria Colony 2-handled tray.
6. Westmoreland 6 ¾" English Hobnail electric lamps in pink and green, 9 ½" English Hobnail electric lamp in milk glass,
and 9 ½" oil lamp in Belgian Blue, all circa 1905.
7. Left: Imperial Candlewick flower candleholder with handle (#400/40HC) with mini peg vase.
Center: Imperial Candlewick 3 toed 8" bowl (#400/182) with graduated beads.
Right: Imperial Candlewick 5" square bowl (#400/535), made for WJ Hughes & Sons stores in Toronto.
8. Left: Imperial Candlewick #3400 champagne with the Aster (Spider Mum) cutting.
Right: Cambridge #3527 stem with Wildflower etching, made between 1940 and 1958.
9. Left: Cambridge pressed Rose Point goblet with Royal Blue bowl.
Back Center: Whimsical compote with a glass pedestal and china plate.
Front Center: Federal green 3-spout measuring cup with art deco handle.
Right: Cambridge pressed Rose Point footed tumbler with Carmen bowl.