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Meeting Highlights & Program

 

August 2013

 

No program was presented at the August club meeting.  The members shared additional show and tell items in the place of a program.

 

 

Show & Tell

Club members brought the following treasures for Show and Tell!  Here are some highlights from this meeting.  Descriptions of each treasure is found below the pictures using the corresponding number.

 

 

1.
At the top is a Tiffin Twilight and Smoke Empress #6553 13-inch flower arranger, circa 1960.
On the left is a Tiffin Twilight and Smoke Empress #5466 11-inch square ashtray, circa 1960.
On the right is a Tiffin Ruby and Crystal Empress #6568 15-inch flower arranger, circa 1960.
2. On the left is a Fenton Black Rose melon vase with a double crimp (possibly a worker’s whimsy), made in the late 1980s.
In the center is a laser-etched Marine Corps emblem made in honor of a club member’s military service.
On the right is a Fenton Black Rose melon vase with the usual crimping, made in the late 1980s.
3. On the left is a Fenton Apple Blossom Crest fan vase, circa 1961.
On the right is a Fenton black and white ginger jar.

4.

On the left is an Imperial Glass cobalt #701 Reeded ball smoker and ashtray cover from the late 1930s.
In the center is an Imperial Glass clear #292 Zippered Heart 10-inch crimped bowl.
On the right is an Imperial Glass Sunshine Yellow Cape Cod #119 cruet, circa 1974.

5.

On the left is an Imperial Glass clear A31 perfume bottle (A14) and intaglio stopper (E53) from the 1940s.
At the top is an Imperial Glass #760 Rock Crystal dessert plate from the 1930s.
On the bottom is a Pennsbury Pottery Harvest pie plate from the 1950s.
6. On the left is a US Glass clear Missouri sauce bowl from the 1890s.
At top-left is a US Glass clear Massachusetts small rum jug, circa 1890.
At top-right is a US Glass clear Massachusetts handled wine glass, circa 1890.
On the right is a Morgantown/Imperial Glass red Remington mug from the Big Shot line.
7. On the left is an Anchor Hocking green Block Optic mug, made from 1929 to 1933.
In the center are Anchor Hocking green Block Optic squat salt and pepper shakers, made from 1929 to 1933.
On the right is a Jeannette pink Adam vase, made from 1932 to 1934.
8. On the left is a Fostoria clear #2560 Coronet duo candlestick, made from 1939 to 1943 and again from 1950 to 1962.
In the center is a Cambridge Crown Tuscan #1307 three-light candlestick, made from 1932 to the early 1940s.
On the right is a Cooperative Flint cobalt #567 Wigwam candleholder from the early 1930s.
9. On the left is a Weston Glass blue and clear pitcher and tumbler.
On the right is a New Martinsville cobalt Oscar pitcher and tumbler, made from 1932 to the early 1940s.
10. In the front are a Morgantown Spanish Red #10 ˝ Lynward decanter and two tumblers with platinum bands.
At top-left is a Weston red ice tub with platinum bands.
At top-right is a Weston red cocktail shaker with platinum bands.
11. At top-left is a Cambridge crystal Lily of the Valley ice bucket, made from 1935 to 1945.
At top-center is a Cambridge crystal Lily of the Valley high-stemmed sherbet (champagne), made from 1935 to 1945.
At top-right is a Fostoria Ruby (Amberina) three-footed nappy, made from 1935 to 1940.
At bottom-left is a Cambridge crystal Blossom Time three-part crescent relish, made from 1939 to 1946.
At the bottom-right is a Cambridge crystal Caprice Alpine #94 2˝-inch two-part individual nut dish.
12. Tiffin Copen Blue 12-inch vase with sand-carved leaves and flowers, from the 1950s.
13. At the top left is a Franciscan Indigo bone china place setting (dinner plate, salad plate, cup, and saucer), circa 1966.
At the top-right is a Franciscan Starburst (Eclipse shape) place setting (dinner plate, salad plate, cup, and saucer), made in the 1950s.
On the bottom is a Franciscan October place setting (dinner plate, salad plate, cup, and saucer), circa 1977.
14. Cambridge crystal Everglade #1 10-inch bowl, two 5-inch single candleholders, and two #3 6-inch two-light candlesticks, made between 1934 and 1954.
15. Fenton amethyst carnival glass Holly 9-inch plate.
16. Clear punch cups from assorted companies, from left to right:
* Cromwell Knobby Bulls Eye
* Anchor Hocking plain
* Unknown
* Anchor Hocking Presscut
* Anchor Hocking Boopie
* McKee Aztec
* Jeannette Dew Drop