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2008/02/15 19:30:16 (permalink)

Need help with a glass mark

I used to have a list of glass maker marks, but I can't find it.

Anyway, I have a pitcher and tumblers set that is marked with a W in a circle with a line under the W.

Is that the Wheaton glass Mark?

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    RE: Need help with a glass mark 2008/02/15 19:32:30 (permalink)
    Sounds like Wheaton.

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    RE: Need help with a glass mark 2008/02/15 21:28:26 (permalink)
    I just found it, the mark belongs to L. G. Wright.
     
     
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    RE: Need help with a glass mark 2008/02/15 22:00:36 (permalink)
    W in a circle..........T. C. Wheaton Glass Company, Millville, NJ (1888-to date). This mark is seen on laboratory, chemical & drug bottles, and has been in use since 1946.

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    RE: Need help with a glass mark 2008/02/16 01:59:38 (permalink)
    That's why I thought it was Wheaton at first, but wheaton doesn't have the line under the W.


    Here's a picture of the mark by L. G. Wright.  He was somehow involved with Fenton Glass. When the picture from the link comes up it's a picture of a tumbler, and right under the tumbler is the word image, click there to see the mark.

    http://somethingold.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=1804611
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