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GLASS table salts. No Lacies, no art glass, no porcelain. No blown in mold.


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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2019
11:56 AM ET (US)
  Jane, I like all the clunkers I can see. Definitely clunkers.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2019
09:43 AM ET (US)
Me, either, Don! Especially not at this time of year.
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Don Rabourn
12-05-2019
09:08 AM ET (US)
I'm with you Jane, WHERE did this YEAR GO?? A lot of my "clunkers" are packed away(not my "favorites"). And the ones that are displayed are at the bottom of "stacked salts" in the cabinets! (with this many salts, I learned to "Creatively Stack" years ago, and I'm not inclined to "dig them out to take pictures!)
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
12-04-2019
06:41 PM ET (US)

I finally gave up and did a group picture. Hopefully next topic I'll be organized and have more time
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-27-2019
07:34 PM ET (US)
  You'Re welcome Mary. Good to see you.
200
Mary
11-27-2019
03:26 PM ET (US)
WOW about all I can say... Finally got here again and WOW .... Thanks for all the beauties...
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-23-2019
11:24 PM ET (US)

  Heavy master, No name, no maker. Coddington 49-3-4. It is very clunky.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-21-2019
06:41 PM ET (US)
  Thank you Jane, much better. Slept the day away.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
11-21-2019
09:25 AM ET (US)
Feel better, Lynda.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-20-2019
07:47 PM ET (US)
  I'm sick today. Bad tummy. So just a little communication.
  I have to admit I love these monthly topics. It forces me to take pictures, which is great. I'm replacing all those I deleted so long ago.
Edited 11-20-2019 09:17 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-18-2019
01:51 PM ET (US)
  Jane, It's crazy. October went by so fast I thought I had an extra week left and I didn't. Really gave me a jolt cause my twin grandgirl's birthday was 10/31. I had their gifts but they were'nt wrapped. You should have seen that frenzy.lololol
  You know, I just looked at the patterned glass section of Debi's site here, entered from up here, just above. Judy in Texas has posted some wonderful salts with their history. I am so thrilled to find all that work done for me. I'm sure I've seen it there before but mentally wasn't really ready for historys. NOW I am. Thank you Judy.
Edited 11-18-2019 01:58 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2019
08:41 PM ET (US)
Sorry, Lynda, I've been "lurking". Hopefully I will get some of mine photographed. I can't figure out where the time goes lately.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2019
12:10 PM ET (US)

  And finally, another Coddington plate # 53.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2019
12:07 PM ET (US)

  This is sad, I got nooobody to talk to me. Sigh...........
The last of my Clunky ovals....as far as I know.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:32 PM ET (US)

   And here's my daughter's Major Huge Clunker. Clean your table with a tail. Drink out of your facet, no problem.
Edited 11-13-2019 11:07 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:29 PM ET (US)

    Talk about Clunkers..... here's a hunky clunky. My son's pit bull. Sweet gentile baby.
Edited 11-13-2019 11:08 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:19 PM ET (US)

  Coddington plate 54-4-1, Cottage salt by Adams, sq with vertical ribs.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:15 PM ET (US)

 Again, Coddingtons Plate 53.
187
Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:13 PM ET (US)

   The bases are different.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
10:08 PM ET (US)

  More from Coddington plate 53. These almost look the same but they are not.
Edited 11-13-2019 10:12 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
07:11 PM ET (US)

  In Coddington plate 53. There are a number of this type.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
07:08 PM ET (US)

   These are smaller than my usual clunkers. But for size they are heavy. Pretty too. They may be pomades....I donlt know.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
07:04 PM ET (US)

   I love this salt. So unusual. I'm frustrated as I don't know the name or maker of this salt.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
01:38 PM ET (US)
   Thank you Debi. I'll write a little tag and put it in the salt. I figured someone would know. Don't know why Coddington didn't have the origin. Thanks again.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
11-13-2019
07:27 AM ET (US)
Lynda: Those square salts were made by Adams & Co., their # 86 pattern, AKA Daisy and Button With Thumbprint Panels
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
04:04 PM ET (US)

    Coddington plate # 54-2-1.
    Also in Smith book plate # 335-1-1
    I don't know the name or pattern. Anybody have this info? Would love to know.
Edited 11-12-2019 04:05 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:57 PM ET (US)

  I carried a tray of of these salts, nearly gave me a hernia. The 1st one is H & J # 3515, Sandwich Star by Boston Sandwich glass co
Edited 11-12-2019 04:02 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:52 PM ET (US)

 Lololol, now I'm trying to move into my ovals
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:49 PM ET (US)

  Coddington plate 54-4-4, Hadilgo by Adams.. H & J #3663. I think it is safe to say, every salt in Coddingtons is a Clunker. Lolololol
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:45 PM ET (US)

  More from the Berg, piano coasters too.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:44 PM ET (US)

   These are from the Berg collection. I don't believe they are salts. I believe they are piano coasters. But mighty pretty and fit nicely into my collection.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:42 PM ET (US)

   It's a warm rainy day here. A good day for more rectangle clunkers.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2019
03:40 PM ET (US)

    And where are all our Clunky people?? Here are more of my clunky rectangles. I have open boxes of salts everywhere. I keep finding clunkers.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-11-2019
01:24 PM ET (US)

 Here's my real salt clunkers
Edited 11-11-2019 01:27 PM
170
Don Rabourn
11-09-2019
01:36 PM ET (US)
Say Nancy, That # 168 is "quite unique"! I've never seen anything like it! Who cares WHAT it was made for, It's NOW a SALT! NEAT!
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
12:05 PM ET (US)

   Here are 2 clunkers I use for salt and pepper by the stove. I've sence added a 3rd to hold sea salt in half and hymilayan pink salt on the other half.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
12:01 PM ET (US)
  Jane, I agree. The dog makes me smile.
  Nancy D, Your square with the little dots on the corners is nice and chunkie. It's a happy salt. I love all the clunkers that are being shown.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
11:07 AM ET (US)

Here’s another clunker
166
Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
11:02 AM ET (US)

Found another clunker
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
10:46 AM ET (US)

Never really thought of this as a clunker because it is quite pretty and unusual. But I guess it fits the category.
164
E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
11-07-2019
09:23 PM ET (US)
I love those Czech salts with the little frosted dogs!
163
Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-06-2019
11:02 PM ET (US)

   Figure 8 Mama and babies.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-06-2019
10:55 PM ET (US)

    I love this salt and it is a big hunt of glass.
161
Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-06-2019
10:51 PM ET (US)

   I believe this is a Torpedo master and baby. Crap no, it's Bowtie. Sorry.
Edited 11-06-2019 10:54 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-06-2019
10:49 PM ET (US)

  This canoe is very heavy. A clunker for sure.
159
Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-04-2019
07:32 PM ET (US)

   These are individual salts. Very heavy for an individual. Clunky and beautiful.
158
Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-04-2019
07:30 PM ET (US)

   There is a whole story behind these 2 clunkers. One is a Webster master and baby, Coddingtons plate # 46 by Richards and Hartley. The other is Jewel by U S Glass. Very similiar but different.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-04-2019
07:24 PM ET (US)

   Nice square clunker with her baby.... maybe.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
11-04-2019
12:03 PM ET (US)

   Busy weekend but I have some pictures.
I believe this is a Daum or an Orafer (mis-spell?) You could do damage with this one. Heavy.
Edited 11-04-2019 12:04 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
10-30-2019
09:55 PM ET (US)

 These are my last pictures taken. I have to get to my rounds and ovals.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
10-30-2019
09:52 PM ET (US)

  A couple more clunkers.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
10-29-2019
01:56 PM ET (US)

 Bottoms of the last 2 clunkers.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
10-29-2019
01:55 PM ET (US)

   Linda H. That's a beautiful piece
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Linda H
10-29-2019
12:38 PM ET (US)

Just one more (maybe) this is two stone salts on a balance, stone at the base, cheap spoons. I don't know if the stone is jade or agate, shows some brown so probably agate, just a tad over 7 inches tall
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
10-29-2019
03:04 AM ET (US)

   Thank you Debi. I signed in and it took care of the problem. You'Re right about getting rid of cookies. I had no choice. It seems I was full of all the space that allowed me to go into walmart and other sites.What ever that action is called. And as you said, a pain in the butt.
   Lololol, don't want to waste an oportunity to post a Clunker picture.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-29-2019
02:58 AM ET (US)
Lynda: Do you sign in at all? If you sign in (very top right corner) on your first post you should be good for that whole session. I recently deleted all my cookies and stored stuff too. First time I went anywhere online took forever and had to log in everywhere. Real pain!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-29-2019
12:41 AM ET (US)

  Still have to plug my name in to post. (
I vote for another month of Clunkers. I have more.
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Mary
10-28-2019
10:59 PM ET (US)
Clunkers again PLEASE - I have a zillion of them and have not been able to play - Please, Please Pretty Please - I promise to show my old kids off - I really do --
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-28-2019
10:18 PM ET (US)
OK gang, start thinking about next month's topic now...unless we want to continue clunkers next month. I KNOW there are a lot more out there. I might even take some more pictures. Clunkers can be any GLASS master salts or very thick glass smaller ones, except no Lacies.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:49 PM ET (US)

  Well, 1 more, just to ask Debi, could you work your magic? I have to put my name in everytime I try to post. I reset my tablet a few weeks ago and I think I screwed up a cookie or 2.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:46 PM ET (US)

  It's almost 2 pm and the kids will be getting out of school. So I'm going to quit for now.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:44 PM ET (US)

  These all ring of flint.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:42 PM ET (US)

   Where has Oct gone.? It went by too fast for me.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:41 PM ET (US)

  I am thankful that Clunkers was the topic this month. I was able to reorganize my drawers and get similar clunkers together.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:38 PM ET (US)

  Many of these are in Coddington but I'm just too lazy to look them up right now.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:36 PM ET (US)

  To me, these are the real clunkers of the salt realm.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-28-2019
01:30 PM ET (US)

  Susie P, I'm with you. 118 & 119 are really nice.
These clunkers are the last of my pictures of the rectangles. I have more but am running out of time.
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Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-27-2019
09:21 PM ET (US)
Debi, your 118 and 119 make me swoon!! Love them!
136
Lynda LaLonde
10-27-2019
02:35 AM ET (US)
  Hey Nancy D. They look Clunky to me.... that doesn't look right..... Klunky looks better.?
134
Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2019
01:49 PM ET (US)

Iceberg salt
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2019
01:38 PM ET (US)

Hope these salt/toothpick advertising items belong here. I have several. The advertising is embossed in the bottom of the bowl.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2019
01:34 PM ET (US)

Still not sure what qualifies in this category, but this one is heavy.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-26-2019
12:13 PM ET (US)
Thanks for posting some doppelwandglas, Jane. I have kept 4 from many I've had but mine, like yours, are on a difficult to access shelf. They are definitely clunkers, and very old.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:29 PM ET (US)

Doppelwandglas - #2 - ignore the others.
128
E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:27 PM ET (US)

Doppelwandglas - ignore the others.
127
E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:26 PM ET (US)

Sapphire and cobalt.
126
E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:26 PM ET (US)

Vaseline clunkers - #3
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:25 PM ET (US)

Vaseline clunkers - #2
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
02:24 PM ET (US)

Vaseline clunkers - #1. The second one is a double.
123
Lynda LaLonde
10-24-2019
04:28 AM ET (US)
   Linda H. You can call me anything, just not late for dinner. I know, old joke. .....old me.
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Linda H
10-23-2019
09:53 PM ET (US)
 No problem, Lynda. If you do it again I'll give you a nickname.lololololol!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-23-2019
03:28 PM ET (US)
   Linda H. I am so sorry that I seem to desire your name to be Nancy. Not sure why I keep doing that. But I am sorry.
120
Lynda LaLonde
10-23-2019
02:50 PM ET (US)
  Debi, You're right. Sofa.
119
Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2019
01:09 AM ET (US)

Same salt in clear glass with blue stain.
118
Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2019
01:05 AM ET (US)

One of my beautiful clunkers.
Edited 10-23-2019 01:05 AM
117
Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2019
01:00 AM ET (US)

I think this is an early lacy one. Sort of a cross between a sofa salt and a lacy. The glass is very thick.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-23-2019
12:51 AM ET (US)
I thought they were called "sofa salts" but I might be wrong. I do think they are pre-lacy period though. Lacy salts with the stippling and patterns were made to hide all the flaws in early glass.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-22-2019
07:57 PM ET (US)
  Nancy H, Your #113 is called a 'couch salt.' Guess they look like a couch.
114
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:40 PM ET (US)

and another
113
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:38 PM ET (US)

another heavy table salt
112
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:36 PM ET (US)

this might not fit your description, but it is chunky. Pewter or white metal with silver plate, about 3 inches across,
111
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:33 PM ET (US)

it looks square, but is actually rectangular, diamond point type design, weighs a pound I swear!
110
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:31 PM ET (US)

this might actually be an ink well
109
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:29 PM ET (US)

French double old car in milk glass
108
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:27 PM ET (US)

heavy cobalt glass in rather poor shape, lots of dings on it, might be late lacy period?
107
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:24 PM ET (US)

Another double with extra large, heavy bowls
106
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:22 PM ET (US)

the glass pieces in this double are really thick, heavy glass
105
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:20 PM ET (US)

this is rather large and definitely heavy
104
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:19 PM ET (US)

I consider these copper luster ones clunkers
103
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:16 PM ET (US)

Somewhere I have the name of this pattern, but it eludes me. normal!
102
Linda H
10-22-2019
05:14 PM ET (US)

this one isn't real heavy, but it's large, table size, cut to clesr
101
Lynda LaLonde
10-22-2019
03:01 PM ET (US)
  Nancy V., I have these in clear. Did not realize they came in colors. They are beautiful. I love the colors.
100
Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-22-2019
02:15 PM ET (US)

A pretty beat up old clunker, deeply pressed pattern in sort of diamond shapes.
99
Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-22-2019
02:13 PM ET (US)

I should apologize for picture quality for these, camera held high to photograph clunkers on the top shelf of my cabinet. I can't resist these old colored clunkers, even as they usually come with a few rough edges. These two are the common shape, smooth top and ridged bottom half.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-22-2019
01:27 PM ET (US)
Thanks for #91, Debi. It's a stunning pattern with a sort of ram's horn design. It shows well in black. I know I bought mine in England.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-21-2019
04:51 PM ET (US)

   This one is from the Berg collection. It is amazingly pristine. Coddington's plate 41-4-4. Also in Smith's page
479-2-3. Beautiful Master.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-21-2019
04:39 PM ET (US)

   Can't find this one in Coddington. It's a clunker. The groves in the side extend all the way into the base making a criss cross design. It's a real beauty.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-21-2019
04:34 PM ET (US)

  Coddington's plate 41-4-3 Gillander's #2 Concave salt. Also found in Smith's 479-2-3.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-21-2019
04:27 PM ET (US)

   Coddington's plate 36-4-4. Labeled as an early Lacy salt. Circa 1830. Page 1438 of "A Guide To Sandwich Glass" by Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-21-2019
04:16 PM ET (US)

  Coddington's plate 38-2-1. Nice and clunky.
92
E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-21-2019
11:49 AM ET (US)

Here is one clunker.
91
Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2019
12:31 PM ET (US)

I have it Nancy V, but only in black. It was made in three sizes and I don't know which one this is.
90
Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-20-2019
11:49 AM ET (US)
I expected someone to post H&J 2950, which is usually seen in clear and I think I've seen an amber one. I have it, but it's in the middle of the bottom row in my big case and hard to reach to photograph.
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Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-18-2019
07:03 PM ET (US)
Love that Brittanic, Don! And that ruby flashed! So nice to have you here!
88
Don Rabourn
10-18-2019
06:58 PM ET (US)
Thanks for the comments! The Log Cabin pattern was made by the Central Glass Co. starting in 1875. I've never seen the Britannic Salt in Crystal, Emerald Green or Ruby Flashed(all of which I have several pieces of!) But I've NEVER SEEN another Salt, except this Vaseline one! Go figure!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-17-2019
11:01 PM ET (US)
   This is killing me. I am seeing all sorts of Table salts I don't have. My bucket list is getting too long.
    Don .... Britannic.... was it made in clear?
Edited 10-17-2019 11:02 PM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2019
08:18 PM ET (US)
Don! So glad you finally made it here.

What company made that log cabin pattern? I'm not much into pattern glass.
85
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:49 PM ET (US)

This is a ruby flashed table salt (heavy).
84
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:47 PM ET (US)

The log cabin table salt. Scarce!
83
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:44 PM ET (US)

These are the wagon salts
Edited 10-17-2019 06:45 PM
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Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:40 PM ET (US)

This is amber wagon.
81
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:38 PM ET (US)

This is a frosted lion.
80
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:36 PM ET (US)

Convention favor for the Saturday night banquet.
79
Don Rabourn
10-17-2019
06:33 PM ET (US)

Britannic Vaseline tablesalt and two other Vaseline clunkers.
78
Lynda LaLonde
10-15-2019
11:04 PM ET (US)
  Yup Susie P, clunkers one and all. Nice ones too.
77
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:53 PM ET (US)

View of the bottom
76
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:51 PM ET (US)

Lightest clunker
75
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:49 PM ET (US)

Big short one
74
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:47 PM ET (US)

Huge version of a smaller one?
73
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:46 PM ET (US)

Another big one
72
Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:45 PM ET (US)

Bottom view
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Susie PPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:45 PM ET (US)

Oh, I have some Clunkers😂😂. I know nothing about them, but my goodness! Heavy!!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
05:36 PM ET (US)
OK, I knew APOLLO was rather hard to find but if Don doesn't have one or never even saw one, I am declaring that it is RARE!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-15-2019
02:37 PM ET (US)
   Don, We wait your arrival.
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Don Rabourn
10-15-2019
09:33 AM ET (US)
Again, some "RARE CLUNKERS" are being shown, I have several pieces in Apollo, but have NEVER seen a Salt! My "favorite" CLUNKER, is a Vaseline Britannic Table Salt(and of over 40 pieces of Britannic, it's the ONLY piece I've ever seen in Vaseline! The "books" don't mention Vaseline ever being made!) I've taken a photo, but haven't found time to have Deane work with me to get "my Clunkers" shown, on this page!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-14-2019
10:05 PM ET (US)
   Ohhh, wow, an Apollo, I love that and love seeing it.
   Never seen a Buckle. Outstanding. Thanks Debi. A rare sight to see.
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
09:08 PM ET (US)
I have wanted a "buckle" forever - ever since I first saw it pictured in H&J!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:23 PM ET (US)

More of an individual size but thick glass. Probably Murano glass.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:21 PM ET (US)

APOLLO pattern by Adams & Co. Glass. I think it's pretty hard to find.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:19 PM ET (US)

Looks like cut glass but I think it's leaded glass. Very heavy. Supposedly by Beidemeier but not marked that I can see.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:14 PM ET (US)

Sowerby oval "buckle" salt. Not heavy glass but a master size.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
10-14-2019
08:10 PM ET (US)

Definitely a heavy master size clunker but it's beautiful. Cranberry crackle glass and the gold really shows at the top rim.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-12-2019
10:08 PM ET (US)

 This is Coddington #41-4-2, it has cute little feeties,
Adams #329 table salt.
Smith #403-2-1
Edited 10-12-2019 10:09 PM
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Lynda LaLonde
10-12-2019
10:04 PM ET (US)

  Side view of salts below.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-12-2019
10:01 PM ET (US)

   These arn't in Coddington or H & J. But they are hunky and pretty.
Edited 10-12-2019 10:02 PM
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Lynda LaLonde
10-12-2019
09:59 PM ET (US)

   This one is different. It is rectangular but corners are flat and has strawberry diamonds just on the sides. The base has a cut oval daisy and a polished base.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-12-2019
09:52 PM ET (US)

   Nancy V., both are beautiful. I just love glass.

 This one is heavy glass. Strawberry diamonds all around and under. Smooth bowl.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2019
06:42 PM ET (US)

I googled William Yeoward salts and found the name of my second salt--Amber. Odd because it's made only in clear glass.

Here's another clunker, though it may be a bit small for the name at only 2 1/2" square. It's basically a solid piece of glass with a 1 1/2" rounded, shallow bowl. Must weigh a pound.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2019
06:26 PM ET (US)

Here's my very old clunker. William Yeoward copied it and named it June. I have a couple of his repro salts, a pedestal he named Cecily and another whose name won't jump out for me. This is clearly the original, no mark and slightly chipped around the heavy feet.

My sister and I found a pair while shopping in England, only 3 or 4 pounds for the pair.
Edited 10-12-2019 06:45 PM
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-12-2019
06:02 PM ET (US)
Sorry, I was feeling a bit aggressive I suppose. lol Jytte, that pale green one is gorgeous. I have the clunker to end them all. I'll see if I can find a photo or take a new one if necessary. It's an old original that was copied by a current maker.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-11-2019
02:00 PM ET (US)
   Jytte, You got Clunkers, big hunky clunkers. I'm sorry to hear you broke your arm. Not fun. Get well soon. I like the idea of group pictures. Much more efficient.
   Nancy V. These guys are weapons. We could do damage throwing them. I'm not sure they'd break if they hit the ground!!!!
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Jytte
10-11-2019
12:45 PM ET (US)

Nancy 😊 😊
they really could be used as weapons.....my broken arm didn't like them😊
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-11-2019
12:01 PM ET (US)
I can just picture us throwing some of these at one another, clunk, clunk, clunk. Not that I'd throw any of mine!
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Jytte
10-11-2019
09:51 AM ET (US)

And
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Jytte
10-11-2019
09:50 AM ET (US)

Some more
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Jytte
10-11-2019
09:49 AM ET (US)

They are just so heavy
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
05:27 PM ET (US)

  Coddington #38-4-3, block pattern. H & J # 559, Smith 340-2-2.
Heavy momma and baby.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
05:24 PM ET (US)

   Coddington #38-3-3, Cobb salt, also called zipper pattern? Richards and Hartley Glass Co. H & J #2803, SMITH 75-5-3
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
05:19 PM ET (US)

   Coddington # 38-1-1, heavy with multi petal daisy in oval bottom. Duncan's #1, plain or #2 plain. Depending on bottom design. I do'nt know if this is #1 or #2.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
05:06 PM ET (US)

   Coddington # 38-1-3 Rope in base is very deep and thick.
Edited 10-10-2019 05:12 PM
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
04:56 PM ET (US)
    Nancy D for not knowing what fits you'Re certainly doing good.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
10-10-2019
03:44 PM ET (US)

Not really clear about what fits this category, but this one is large and heavy.
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Nancy DietelPerson was signed in when posted
10-10-2019
03:43 PM ET (US)

Don’t have many in this category, but got this one in Cape Cod last year.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-10-2019
02:16 AM ET (US)
   Mary, I think I have your salts but not on pedestals. I really love them on pedestals. Gosh, another group of salts to look for. I like them a lot.
   Nancy V., your clunkers are top notch Clunky. 37 is beautiful.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:40 PM ET (US)

One of my top ten favorites--probably! It's an old divided master, and the teal color makes it one of my favorites. I've never seen another one like it. It'a hard to imagine how glass this old can survive in perfect condition.
Edited 10-09-2019 12:42 PM
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:33 PM ET (US)

This Sabino snail may be mold blown, not sure. But he's a big boy and I'd say clunky. He must weigh as much as a box of salt.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:31 PM ET (US)

This was a fairly early addition to my collection, very heavy and beautifully carved. It must weigh a pound. There are ash receivers of this shape, but they usually have a lip to lay a cigarette on. I'm calling this one a salt.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:29 PM ET (US)

Here is a close up of the white Sandwich capstan shown in the picture of three. I love the opalescence.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:26 PM ET (US)

I don't usually like heavy salts, but this is one of my favorites, prettiest canary color I have.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:23 PM ET (US)

This one has been identified as French.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2019
12:22 PM ET (US)

Got it. Here are my three capstan salts. I love them though they are quite clunky.
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Mary
10-09-2019
10:59 AM ET (US)

This is the last one for this morning, I have more on the shelf, but not in the picture folder... I will be back... AMAZING 4
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Mary
10-09-2019
10:57 AM ET (US)

AMAZING 3 is similar to H&J 3720
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Mary
10-09-2019
10:56 AM ET (US)

This one, being AMAZING 2, came from The Berg Collection ...
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Mary
10-09-2019
10:55 AM ET (US)

I will have to find my box of Capstan ones Lynda, I think I have every style, but maybe missing a few...
My favorite clunker in the rectangular shape, are the ones on pedestals... Most of them I have very little to no info on, so will just say Amazing 1, Amazing 2, etc etc.

That being said, this one is AMAZING 1
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Lynda LaLonde
10-08-2019
03:05 PM ET (US)
  To me Clunkers are big and heavy. When I asked Debi to do this I was going for Klunky masters so I think that's what we are doing. I'm trying to be organized.....lololololol, not working but I'll keep trying. I'm starting with my Klunky rectangles. Does that help Nancy? (Though the real klunkers are Capstan type salts, but there isn't that many different ones to fill a month)
   Don, do you have a Coddington? Plate 35 has a whole page of blown in mold. I saw some of the Masters/table salts given at the conferance. So far I've seen 2 I don't have. A big part of my collection is masters. I dearly love them. Who ever gave them to the conferance is a real gem of a person cause some of those masters are rare. I am having envy.
Edited 10-08-2019 03:10 PM
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Don Rabourn
10-08-2019
02:52 PM ET (US)
I'm not sure what is or isn't "blown in mold"!! I've been taking photos of some of my favorites, but some may not fit this criteria! We'll see!
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
10-08-2019
02:28 PM ET (US)
Not sure of the definition of clunker.
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Don Rabourn
10-08-2019
11:09 AM ET (US)
Nice "Clunkers" Ladies!(pun intended!) I even got a Clunker as a favor at the Convention, that I didn't have!! Most of my "Clunkers" are packed away, so can't show them. Maybe I'll get some of my favorites photographed, and have our Computer man help me show them tomorrow!
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
08:45 PM ET (US)

  These are the last group of rectangles I have.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
06:57 PM ET (US)

   More retangles.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
06:54 PM ET (US)

 Sorry, wrong picture. Not done with rectangles. Not that it matters.
Edited 10-07-2019 06:55 PM
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
06:43 PM ET (US)

   Starting with my rectangles
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
06:41 PM ET (US)

    Various clunkers that are master/table salts.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-07-2019
06:36 PM ET (US)
   Jytte, pretty.
  MI'm slow posting been having a tummy ach all week then kids got head lice. Life is interfering with my life.
Edited 10-07-2019 06:37 PM
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E. Jane KoblePerson was signed in when posted
10-07-2019
03:30 PM ET (US)
Love those two, Jytte!
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Jytte
10-07-2019
02:24 PM ET (US)

OSC #751
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Jytte
10-07-2019
02:22 PM ET (US)

Old German one I think
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Lynda LaLonde
10-06-2019
01:44 PM ET (US)

  Coddington # 38-4-4, H & J 2787 and Smith's 480-2-3.
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Lynda LaLonde
10-06-2019
01:41 PM ET (US)

 Linda, your #8 is not a blown in mold. It's a nice clunker. This one is Coddingtons # 39-1-3. No info on this salt. It's a Moma with it's baby
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Linda H
10-04-2019
05:17 PM ET (US)

this was also sold as a child's punch bowl
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Linda H
10-04-2019
05:13 PM ET (US)

I don't think this is blown in mold. If it is, sorry!
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Linda H
10-04-2019
05:10 PM ET (US)

Kind of a flat bowl, but still a chunky
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Linda H
10-04-2019
05:06 PM ET (US)

I showed this lat month, needing ID, Fine rib variant
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