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If you have a piece of glass and you are looking for an ID, I've been cataloging glass by pinned images. Check under each image and you'll see a folder link; such as, Indiana Glass or Pairpoint Glass, etc. Click on these links to go to the folders I've been creating by Glass Company. This is a work in progress and needs an administrator. Looking for a GLGD volunteer to assist with these pinnings.

These pins are listings and pictures from all around the internet. This is a guide and shouldn't be taken as deadpan proof that you have found your ID. Many blog writers, sellers, etc. copy other people's listing errors. You should always try to verify your ID with the experts before selling something on the net.


5/30/2011

Eamon Glass, Dublin, Ireland glass hallmark

This mark was so hard to identify.  It was found on a green balled stem (below) with a cut shamrock motif.  It turns out that QVC sold Eamon Glass items.  This piece may have been one of them.  We are still trying to determine how this mark is suppose to be orientated. and what the scribbled letters or script actually is within the hallmark.  Also looking for a pattern name.




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  1. Eamon Glass was sold on QVC I have many pieces still in original boxes with tags. QVC labels on box only say "Green Stemmed Goblet Shamrock Set of Four" Made in Ireland. Tag also claims it was founded in 1977 by master craftsman Eamonn Cunningham.

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