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Meeting Highlights & Program


April 2013


No program was presented at the April 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.



On the left is a Waterford crystal seahorse candlestick.
On the right is a Franciscan Art Pottery coral and white conch shell vase.
On the left is a Seneca lime green Dimple Optic #903 stem cordial and wine glass.
In the center is a pair of lavender Moser sample miniature tumblers.
On the right is a Borden (Elsie the cow) Baby Beulah Swanky Swig, from the 1930s.
On the left is an amber droopy-ear dog from an unknown manufacturer.
In the center is an Imperial Rosemary Pink Cane pattern powder box or trinket box.
On the right is an Imperial clear Flute and Cane pattern footed cake stand.


Cambridge La Rosa pink Caprice four-footed bowl and #70 candlesticks, made between 1936 and 1940.


Morgantown ruby cocktail shaker, Lynward decanter, tumbler, and ice bucket, all with platinum bands.

Fostoria white #2620 Betsy Ross 12-ounce tumblers, made between 1958 and 1965.

On the left is a Federal amber Rosemary 12-inch platter, circa 1935.
On the right is a Hall Silhouette 9-inch salad bowl.
On the left is a pair of Westmoreland #1015 Mission candlesticks.
On the right is a group of St. Clair glass paperweights.
9. Six cordials in various colors from unknown manufacturers.
On the left is a Fenton Silver Crest basket from the 1940s.
In the center is a Westmoreland Pan American Exposition souvenir plate (with cats), circa 1910.
On the right is a Fenton Peach Crest Beaded Melon vase.
On the left is a New Martinsville crystal horse bookend.
In the center is an L. E. Smith clear horse bookend.
On the right is a Cambridge crystal Everglades sherbet.