Scarce AMBER Addison Glass WINDOW Pane ACORN OAK LEAF

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 23,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

SCARCE
ANTIQUE
AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS
WINDOW PANE
ACORN AND OAK LEAF PATTERN
ADDISON GLASS COMPANY
I SHIP WORLDWIDE
Over the next few weeks I will be listing quite a few pieces of early American blown and pressed glass from a collecter - dealer who recently passed away. Included in the collection are early whale oil lamps, bar bottles, early patterned flint glass and some early stoneware and ceramics. Offered in this sale is the first antique American pressed glass window pane that I have had to offer in years and by far the nicest one I have handled. It measures 5 1/2" square. The crisp, strong, relief molded decoration is up to 1/2" thick. I cannot say for sure which factory made this piece, however, my guess would be the Addison Glass Company. In her book American and European Pressed Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass Jane Spillman illustrates a number of pressed glass window panes on pages 329 - 333. The condition is excellent. T are no chips, cracks, flakes, hairlines or evidence of grinding. Finest possible example. Please feel free to email with any questions. I always guarantee everything that I sell to be as described. The last six images illustrate a number of other pieces that I am listing separately on Ebay. You are bidding on only the one piece in this sale. This piece is being sold without a reserve as long as t is an opening bid. High bidder to pay $6.00 shipping/ including insurance - inside the United States - $8.00 to Canada. SAVE ON SHIPPING: If you are bidding on or plan to bid on more than one item I will at your request hold the items to ship together. I WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE for $20.00. Money orders, personal checks and bank checks gladly accepted. You are also welcome to use PayPal. You can view a thumbnail gallery of my other items by clicking on the "View Seller's Other Items" icon at the top of this listing

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