I'm with Robby Bobby on that that is sweetHi all. Original pictures just for scope view. We will post pictures of specific artifacts we are trying to identify for age, manufacturer location, and use. Attached are a couple of pictures of a case type lip fragment we think may be older than most items and maybe blown from Stoddard or other New England glassworks. But we don’t know! Any comments? Lip is very crudely done. Profile picture is with incandescent “daylight” light and picture from above is with pure white light for gem ID. Sun is not out today. Thanks in advance for all help!View attachment 217424View attachment 217425View attachment 217425View attachment 217423
Yeah that's an for Nick LOL you got some good age there could be as early as 1850s is probably more likely 1860s
Hi Mr. Chip! Sorry about not responding sooner. See pictures attached. Looks like turn mold with push-up base in this small one. Very irregular base thickness and a lot of whittling on pushup. An old one?? As you can see, small diameter.