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I picked up a Dewey handled mug today which is in excellent condition. This makes me wonder if these have been reproduced? It is 3 1/2" tall, in vaseline.
It is always great to find a piece that is over 100 years old that is in excellent condition. To answer your question, NO, there is no indication that the small Dewey handled mugs were ever reproduced. Although we think it would be unlikely, that is not to say that a company may not try to reproduce a pattern or piece in the future. As a side note, this piece is exceptionally hard to find in chocolate! Congratulations on your piece!


I have a chrysanthemum cracker jar, what year and about how many were made, whats it worth, thank you
It is not known who pressed the Chrysanthemum pattern in chocolate glass. It may be Royal glass, but to my knowledge, there is no evidence of that. It is still collected by Greentown collectors as a Greentown related item. The 2010 NGGA price history describes the piece as rare and values it at $3,000.


Could you give me the current value on the small Holly Golden Agate toothpick holder?
The 2010 NGGA Price History lists the small Holly Golden Agate Toothpick at $325. Unfortunately we have seen prices come down since 2010 and if you went to sell it, I would have not way of knowing if it would bring that much. It is a beautiful piece though!


I have 2 pieces of genuine holly amber glass. One is a handled nappie - 4 1/2" across the top, and the other is a sauce dish, 4" across the top. They are both in perfect condition. Can you give me a value of these, please? Thank you
Hello, according to Price History available from the NGGA, the nappy is listed at $750 and the sauce is listed at $150 (3 1/2" sauce) or $200 (4 1/2" sauce). Be advised that our price history is published as an opinion and according to previous recorded sales (if known) and was last reviewed in 2010. In today's environment, we have seen many items sell for much less than listed and very few that sell for more.


I have what I believe is to be a indiana tumbler and goblet co. It is a mile green goblet here is a pic what info can you give me on this piece an a value please I have always loved this piece an have always wondered about it
This is an item that has in the past been attributed to and called Greentown Glass, however, at this time, there is no indication that this piece was pressed in Greentown. Greentown did press mugs similar to this in what is referred to as an Indoor Drinking Scene Mug and an Outdoor Drinking Scene Mug and they can be found in various sizes and styles in Nile, Chocolate, and a few other colors. As far as a value, I can only share what I have observed and I have seen many of these sale at local auctions and they generally bring $5 to $25.


Hello there, I recently inherited my grandmother's EAPG, which I adore. In the collection was this Holly Amber lid. Could you put an approximate value on it? It is in mint condition; no cracks or chips. Thank you!
The Price History Guide does not record just a lid or a base. You could utilize the Auction Price link on this website to see if a lid has sold at a previous auction.

Holly Amber (or Holly Pattern in Golden Agate color) usually has value. It is one of the only items of EAPG galss that is considered art glass by the Museum of Modern Art. I would think that the right collector looking for a lid to their compote might pay at least $300-$500 for the lid, but that is only a best guess.




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