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cut glass sugar & creamer

Posted by debodun (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 11, 12 at 9:15

I've been trying to identify the pattern and manufacturer of this cut glass sugar and creamer. Any info appreciated. Thanks.

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RE: cut glass sugar & creamer

Of course you have looked for a mark? That would narrow your search.
If the site linked below doesn't show your pattern, perhaps you could send in your photo for inclusion in their gallery of unknowns.
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: Pattern I.D.

RE: cut glass sugar & creamer

No marks on them. I've been to that site and even sent an email with the photo. The reply was to direct me to a Yahoo group. I posted there also, but no ID so far. All the reply I received was to say they were cut glass and not pressed.

RE: cut glass sugar & creamer

Since last night: I cannot get the clickable link to "Post a Message" to work. The one below the green bar on the header, and above the title of the forum. I cannot get any of the top ones to work, so no Search, no Other forums, etc. Which means I cannot originate a thread. I can open any of the threads to read them, but I can not start a new one. This is SO frustrating! I have questions to ask, and it feels like being gagged!

Is anyone having this problem? I emailed Garden web, but who knows if I will hear back. This is true for all the forums I normally use, Garden too. Could I have been blocked in some way? I have never tried to sell anything here, so have not violated any rules.

If this is sent to you, because I had to add it on to your post on a different topic, I apologize, but replies are my only means of posting right now. Would you please copy and paste it to a fresh message and post it? Thank you!

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