Cut No. 1 "Grape"


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Cut No. 1 "Grape" was introduced at the Pittsburgh Exhibit in January 1915.

Cut No. 3 "Bud"


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Cut No. 3 "Bud" was introduced at the Pittsburgh Exhibit in January 1915.

Cut No. 813 "Sunburst"


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Cut No. 813 "Sunburst" was apparently introduced prior to 1915 but was mentioned in a trade report on the January 1915 Pittsburgh exhibit.

Cut No. 2078


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Cut No. 2078 was introduced in 1916 and is very similar to cut no. 2079. Cut no. 2078 has rays between the blossom petals while cut no. 2079 does not.

Cut No. 2079


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Cut No. 2079 was introduced in 1916 and is very similar to cut no. 2078. Cut no. 2078 has rays between the blossom petals while cut no. 2079 does not.

Cut No. 2153 "Wild Rose"


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Cut No. 2153 "Wild Rose" was introduced in 1916 and was applied to the 3200 line items and to plain glassware. It is best known on the 3200 line where only the rose blossom and button were cut. On plain items, the vine and leaf portions of the design were also cut.

Design No. 023


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Design No. 023 was introduced in 1916. It was a hand painted enamel design.

Needle Etching 272


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Needle etching 272 was an early decoration featured on several barware and general line items in addition to those shown in this album. Needle etchings were common until deep plate etchings achieved popularity in the early 1920s.

Plate Etching 401 "Old Fashioned Grape"


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Plate etching 401 was introduced in 1913 and had various names over the years including Grape Vine, Old Fashioned Grape, Bacchus, Grape and Vintage. E401 also appeared on items featured in the late 1910s, the 1920s & 1930s.

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