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While many collectors call this light yellow opaque glassware "custard glass," it became popular in the United States in the s after being introduced abroad more than a decade prior to that. Custard glass, like the French jack in the pulpit vase picturedwas made in other European countries in the late s as well. This interesting glassware is most often of the pressed variety.
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Custard glass is a creamy pale yellow opaque glass mostly pressed made primarily in America, ca. Glass, McKee and others. Victorian pattern custard has been reproduced for years but a few simple tests will help you avoid the majority of fakes.
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Antique porcelain figurines Possibly French? American Beauty - early s vintage Laughlin semi-vitreous china platter. This is heavy like ironstone vitreous china but has a desi