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Unlisted Patterns to be Named

In our travels to photograph collections across the country, we have encountered unlisted patterns that appear in multiple collections. We believe that these patterns need some type of notation so that they can be referenced. Before we take it upon ourselves to name these patterns, we want to put samplings from these patterns before the glass community in hope that someone may have some information on the patterns that will lead to their identification. If you have any information on one or more of the patterns shown below, please send us an email with the information to patterns@eapgpatterns.com, please include the Unlisted I.D. No. in your email.

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Unlisted
I.D. No.
CommentsForms
UL_0233 This pattern appears to be a type of Colonial pattern, but we have not been able to fine any information on the pattern.
Butter Dish
View Butter Dish Bottom

Covered Sugar Bowl and Creamer
UL_0242 This is obviously some type of Colonial pattern, but what? It reminds us of New Martinsville, but are unable to find it.
Butter Dish
View Butter Dish Bottom

Covered Sugar Bowl and Creamer
UL_0368 At first glance, these two bowls appear to be different patterns. It is a beautiful pattern with a series of hearts, loops and stars.
Bowl

Bowl
UL_0499 This pattern is very similar to Frosted Eagle (AKA: Old Abe).
Handled Spooner
UL_0504 This pattern looks like so many other heart patterns, but is none of them. Although this pitcher continues to to appear and reappear in collections, we have not seen another piece in the pattern.
Water Pitcher
UL_0507 We are showing both the etched and unetched versions in hope that someone will recognize the pattern. The pattern reminds us of Vertical Bar by Findlay Flint Glass Co. The distinquishing characteristics is a ledge between the bowl of the celery vase and the stem.
Celery Vase (Etched)

Celery Vase (No Etching)
UL_0514 At first this pattern might be identified as O'Hara's Cordova. Cordova is paneled, so it can be eliminated. The pattern base is similar to Pleat Band by Indiana Goblet and Tumbler. It also has characteristics of Bellaire Glass. King #28 has a base somewhat similar.
Open Compote
Open Compote
Alternate View

Covered Compote

Spooner
UL_0602 This pattern is similar to Star and Circle. It has appeared in several different forms. See UnkPost_100339 on our Unknown Patterns Posted for Identification Page for a butter dish from this pattern.
Covered Sugar Bowl
UL_0603 Similar to Royal Lady Celery Vase.
Celery Vase
Close-up of Pattern
on Base of Celery Vase
UL_0604 Similar to O'Hata's Hand.
Covered Sugar Bowl
UL_0605 Note the decoration down from the lip of the creamer. This pattern is like Dart. Dart and Convex Band, Ruby, and several others.
Creamer
UL_0606 This pattern is similar to Fort Pitt. It is plain with the only distinguising characteristic being the finial (knob on the top of the lid).
Butter Dish
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UL_0607 The etching on the this spooner appears in Sid Lethbridge's Etched Pattern Glass, page 72, as Orchid Variant. The Goblet it appears on in Elson's Gem Goblet. It is then probable that this Spooner was made by Elson.
Butter Dish
View Etching from
different angle

Butter Dish
View this Spooner from
a different angle
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