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Carol Roop
11-19-2019
03:52 AM ET (US)

Anchor Hocking Fancy or Hazel Atlas #372?I'm getting mixed signals on this one. Appreciate any info. Wrong rim for #372.Thanks!
Edited 11-19-2019 03:54 AM
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judyparker
11-06-2019
06:19 PM ET (US)

We discovered these two bottles on the MAGWV page today as having been made by Fenton.

It says:
"Fenton Art Glass Company Dare perfume bottle. Partial satin. Purchased at the factory. Experimental."

"Fenton Art Glass Company Caesars Man Legendary cologne spray bottle. Partial satin. Purchased at the factory. Experimental."

I found these bottles online. Does anyone know if Fenton actually made these for production, or did some other company make them?
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Tara
11-01-2019
02:48 PM ET (US)
When you roll the wheel over fine lines slight indentation marks will appear around the fabric surface, making it easier to follow in the more details.
For the east area, you can find Sphinx, Palm Trees, and Pool of Enchantment. The modern printers generally offer stretched canvas prints in four types.
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Bake7254
09-16-2019
05:36 PM ET (US)

Does anyone have any information on this piece? No information written on it. Thank you.
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Kristi S
07-19-2019
10:31 AM ET (US)
Thanks for the help, Tom. Have a wonderful weekend!
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Tom
07-19-2019
09:59 AM ET (US)
Hi, Kristi. I'm sorry, but I do not know of a way to sell your Degenhart collection, other than on eBay or Etsy. You might contact the Ohio Glass Museum in Lancaster (ohioglassmuseum.org)to see if they know of anyone.
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Kristi S
07-19-2019
04:22 AM ET (US)
I've got a collection of Degenhart glass that we are looking to sell. Would anyone have a recommendation of a good site to sell them through?
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Karen
06-21-2019
04:39 PM ET (US)
Thanks Tom! I didn't realize we had a FB page. I'll have to bookmark it.
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Tom Felt
06-20-2019
11:28 AM ET (US)

The registration form is available on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MAGinWV/. I'll also upload it here. We'll look forward to seeing you in October.
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Karen
06-19-2019
11:54 PM ET (US)
Hi! We want to attend the Glass Gathering this fall, but I only see dates posted. Will there be a registration form online?

Thanks
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Kat
06-04-2019
05:00 AM ET (US)
Edit: "extra-stretched 1147" (not 1167)? Sorry, that was a typo.
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Kat
06-04-2019
04:28 AM ET (US)
Hi Tom - thanks so much for taking the time to reply. Approximate dimensions:
6.5" wide
5.75" tall
2.5" diameter base
14 oz
It just looks so much more angular than my other 1147s and any others I've seen online, but I hear what you are saying and appreciate the help! I wasn't sure if the corners were also crimped/stretched into a mold or if that part was done freehand, so that info was helpful, as well. So still thinking an extra-stretched 1167? :) Thanks again!
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Tom Felt
06-03-2019
08:53 AM ET (US)
How tall is this piece? It looks like the No. 1147 6" crimped bonbon or the No. 1161 10" bowl, as shown in the 1957 catalog.The fact that these hand-tooled pieces could be pulled to almost any shape can make it difficult to definitively match them up to the catalog pictures.
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