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Challinor 313 (OMN) AKA Tree of Life Challinor, Taylor Mid 1880s

Challinor 313 (OMN) AKA Tree of Life Challinor, Taylor Mid 1880s

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Medallion, AKA Hearts and Spades, Spades, maker unknown, mid-1880s based on color

Medallion, AKA Hearts and Spades, Spades, maker unknown, based on color

Blue Milk Glass - Challinor and Taylor "Clio" Butter Dish - Blue Milk Glass…

Blue Milk Glass - Challinor and Taylor "Clio" Butter Dish - Blue Milk Glass Butter Dish - Daisy and Button - EAPG

Westmoreland Glass Company | Westmoreland – Victorian Urn – Sugar & Lid – Mustard Container ...

Westmoreland – Victorian Urn – Sugar & Lid – Mustard Container Westmoreland Glass Co. and was a specialty item,

Antique Dithridge and Co Milk Glass Vase Covered in by REACQUAINT

Antique Dithridge and Co Boudoir Glass Vase Covered in Roses, Cold Painted Milk Glass

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Challinor Taylor Milk Glass Open Lattice Bowl with Trumpet Vine

An outstanding bowl with openwork edge and a daisy and leaf pattern on the inside-bottom of the bowl. Painted in shades of blue, green & pink. By Challinor, Taylor. 1885 - 1893. Shown in Belknap, "Milk Glass", page 122.  Size: 8 1/4" diameter; 4" high

Challinor Daisy / Tree of Life Decorated Bowl

An outstanding bowl with openwork edge and a daisy and leaf pattern on the inside-bottom of the bowl. Painted in shades of blue, green & pink. By Challinor, Taylor. 1885 - Shown in Belknap, "Milk Glass", page Size: 8 diameter;

Daisy and Button, attributed to Canton Glass Co., mid 1880s

Daisy and Button, attributed to Canton Glass Co.

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