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EAPG Oregon U.S. Glass State Series Covered Sugar
Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG)
The U.S. Glass Company issued this lovely covered sugar bowl sometime after the merger in 1891. It was their #15,073 line and named OREGON for their State Series line. It is also known as BEADED LOOP(S) and BEADED OVALS.
It stands approximately 6 3/4" high to the top of the finial. The outer scalloped rim is 4 3/4" in diameter. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs.
The pattern can been seen on page 348 of "Early American Pattern Glass" by Darryl Reilly and Bill Jenks.
EAPG usually exhibits some of the following: straw (sheer) marks, mold lines, bubbles, imbedded ash or impurities, rough mold seams, and manufacturing variations.
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