Please help id this glass tumbler or cup? It measures 3 7/8" tall, 2 7/8" across the rim, 2 7/8" across the mid body and has a 2 1/8" diameter base. The name engraved reads Frank Blair and has a vine and leaf motif around the circumfrence. Can anyone tell me what the intended use for this would have been, and if the name Frank Blair may have any significance with this item. I have seen names engraved on dated eapg souvenir pieces but this one seems unlike others I have seen. Any thoughs and input are greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
thank you for any help you can give me 7 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Anyone know the maker of this casserole dish. It looks nicely made thought maybe someone would be familiar with this artist. Thanks for any help.
Found this little glazed porcelain figural posy(?) holder over the weekend.
Can you all please help me ID the age, origin and its possible maker? It has an impressed mark on base near the foot rim, but it's illegible.
Size approx: 4 in.
Hi everyone,, I found these at an estate sale, did not know the maker, they didn't either. Had them marked as opalescent glass candlesticks. I just found them attractive to me so I bought them for $8.00. Searched for 2 days and finally found a few that I think match. 1 said Boston and Sandwich and the other said New England Glass circa 1850. Can some help me with a positive ID, if so is this flint glass, and what color would you call this. 9 1/8" tall and 3 7/8" across the base. They have some rough edges but no cracks.
Any help is always appreciated.
Would appreciate any help on etching and manufacturer of this goblet. Thanks.