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Anchor Hocking’s Charm pattern, which is shown in Forest Green was made from 1950 to 1954.

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The 8-3/8” Charm plate was shown in the 1950 catalog as a dinner plate, but later that was changed to a luncheon plate.  A 10” plate was shown in some catalogs, but it was really only 9 1/4”.  Rarely, Charm pieces have the Fire King mark.

Pieces in the Charm line included: Luncheon Plate: 9-1/4”; Salad Plate: 6-5/8”; Platter: 11’ x 8”; Saucer: 5-3/8”; Cup; Creamer; Sugar; Dessert Bowl: 4-3/4”; Soup Bowl: 6”; and Salad Bowl: 7-3/8”.

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Some of the Pickle Dishes at our November 2008 meeting.

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More Pickle Dishes.

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American Pickle Castors.

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Another early Pickle Castor.

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Fostoria’s Spray cutting was introduced in 1954

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More of Fostoria’s Spray cutting

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Fostoria continued the Spray cuttings until 1972

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Fostoria’s Mayflower Etching

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A close-up view of Fostoria’s Mayflower Etching

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Fostoria’s Daisy Etching

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More of Fostoria’s Daisy Etching

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A close-up view of Fostoria’s Daisy Etching

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More of Fostoria’s Daisy Etching

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Still more of Fostoria’s Daisy Etching

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Items with a Rose Pattern

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More items with a Rose Pattern

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Rose Patterned items by Fenton

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Fostoria’s Neo-Classic Stems in color

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Neo-Classics in color

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Fostoria’s Neo Classic Cuttings

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Neo Classic Cuttings in Pattern 6012

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Hammersley Victorian Violets from Venita Owen

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More Violets from Venita Owen

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Hammersley Victorian Violets

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Dolores Preas at the Country Store Display at the October Show and Sale

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Some of the Candy Dishes on display for Candy Dish Night

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Heisey’s Narrow Flute as shown by Janice Wallace

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A closer look at Heisey’s Narrow Flute

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Some of the interesting German and Japanese salt and pepper shakers in Jack Bookwalter’s collection

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Fostoria’s Vernon console set in amber

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Japanese Vases in Neal Skibinski’s Collection

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Some of the Dancing Nymphs in Michelle Dewitt’s Collection

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More of Michelle Dewitt’s Dancing Nymphs

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Dancing Nymph Goblets

Some examples of Tiffin’s Jack Frost and Brilliancy as shown by Carole White

Another view of Tiffin’s Jack Frost and Brilliancy patterns by Carole White

Lancaster cuttings in Mark and Karen Imhoff’s collection

Petalware displayed by Sandra Millius

Another view of Petalware from Sandra Millius’ collection

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Schumann’s Briar Rose Pattern in Venita Owen’s collection

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More pieces from Venita Owen’s Briar Rose Pattern

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Rain of Glass members admire pieces on display for Pitcher Night (in honor of the opening of baseball season)

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Some of the crystal pitchers on display for Pitcher Night

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More of the unusual pitchers on display for Pitcher Night

Heisey’s Orchid Pattern as shown by Dolores Preas

More of Heisey’s Orchid by Dolores Preas

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