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Punch Bowl

Posted by Lyndsey1981 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 12, 13 at 13:56

I have a punch bowl I received after my mother passed away. It belonged to my grandfather's aunt and I was wondering if someone could give me information about it.


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Imperial Glass Co. "Broken Arches" pattern maybe? Do you have the cups?

It's very pretty!

My mother uses punch bowls to serve salad to large groups. I always thought eggnog would make the guests happier...


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Oh, I think the pedestal is upside down. :P


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Nice, would be lovely with a salad in it!!


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I think fori is correct--if you google 'glass pedestal punch bowl broken arches' you'll find several pieces for sale (ebay, etsy, tias, rubylane).

BTW, the sets were also produced in several colors of carnival glass. A set with 12 cups cost all of $1.25, wholesale (sigh :), in 1911--see link.

Edited to add:
I thought I remembered another thread with the same pattern punch bowl--scroll down and click on the link. It looks just like yours, but no definite ID was made on that one.

Here is a link that might be useful: carnivalheaven.com

This post was edited by mama_goose on Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 15:37


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Thank you...how embarrassing. It looks so much better with the pedestal the other way.

This post was edited by Lyndsey1981 on Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 20:55


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