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Westmoreland - Part 6
WESTMORELAND - Part 6
CORINTH Plate: This true amber example is provided by Jerry & Carol Curtis.
Blue Opal, Peach Opal and Marigold over Milk Glass examples are known.
CAROLINA DOGWOOD: These approx. 9” bowls are found least often in amethyst. Blue Opal, Marigold over Moonstone and Marigold over Milk Glass are more familiar to collectors.
DAISY WREATH: Bowls are found in Blue Opal, Marigold, and Marigold over Milk Glass, as well. Please check our other Westmoreland segments for additional pieces in this pattern.
LITTLE BEADS Compote: Many of these small 4”-5 ½” compotes are ruffled. This appears to be the shape as it emerges from the mold. The interior has no pattern. Blue Opal and Peach Opal colors are available in this scarce compote.
Dean & Diane Fry - 04/07
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