Sample Appraisal: Decorative Glass Plate
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Sample Appraisal: Decorative Glass Plate

Sample Appraisal: Decorative Glass Plate

Appraisal ID: 11264
Appraised On: Aug 18, 2006
Market Value: $ 60.00
Replacement Value: $ 80.00

APPRAISER COMMENTS:

This appears to be a Victorian milk and green art glass Brides
bowl, with handpainted floral decoration. Brides bowls or baskets were
usually one-of-a-kind novelties made in just about every color of art
glass by American and European glass factories. Many baskets have
silver-plated stands and handles. They were especially popular about
1880, when the decorated basket was often given as a wedding gift. Cut
glass baskets were popular after 1890. Bride’s baskets lost favor about
1905.
Item/Title: Not sure
Date/Period of Manufacture: I think about 50 years old??
Condition: Excellent
Manufacturer/Artist/Author: Not sure
Dimensions (HxWxD): 8 inch circumference; 10.3 ounces
Inscription: no
History/Provenance: Given to me by my grandmother; her favorite plate. I have owned it for 8 years, she owned it for many years before that.
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required to replace the property in question with another of similar
age, quality, origin, appearance, provenance and condition, within a
reasonable length of time in an appropriate market.

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