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Pres Cut Glass Sugar Bowl, Creamer & ?

Posted by deannarc (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 12, 09 at 22:18


I recently came into three items. All three are clear thick glass, a sugar bowl, creamer and perhaps a candy dish. They all have "pres cut" in the bottom, and have a lovely design that I cannot identify. It looks like two long thin feathers or wreaths, with a daisy where they meet. What is the third item?

Any help would be appreciated.


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RE: Pres Cut Glass Sugar Bowl, Creamer & ?

Hi deannarc, really need photos of pieces.

RE: Pres Cut Glass Sugar Bowl, Creamer & ?

The "pres cut" logo was owned by the McKee glass company..maybe before or maybe after it merged with Jeanette... they were made in the first decade of the 20th century.
Some of the items they made were fairly exact replicas of some of the brilliant period cut glass.
Hard to tell what you have without a picture...likely sugar, creamer and perhaps a pickle dish? Candy dish?
It will be very hard to put a name to the pattern as the pres-cut patterns weren't documented as well as the EAPG patterns were.
I own the Kamm pitcher books so perhaps I can put a name on them.
Linda C

RE: Pres Cut Glass Sugar Bowl, Creamer & ?

How do I send the photo?

RE: Pres Cut Glass Sugar Bowl, Creamer & ?

Go to a photo sharing site like Photobucket and follow the directions.
Linda c

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