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Melon Rib, Crown Crystal?

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Melon Rib, Crown Crystal?
photo courtesy of Colink 2011
Posted on December 29, 2011 Full Size| Slideshow



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7:47 AM on December 31, 2011 
I'm with Mike on this - your tumbler is totally unlike the Seneca Streamline ones that can be seen on the web. The pitcher is not identical to Anne's either. The top of yours is not as flat, the pouring lip is different and most telling of all, the handle is attached higher and somewhat differently on the jug that Anne shows.

I think the jury is out.
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6:40 PM on December 30, 2011 
Just googled seneca streamline, and guess that it is not the same. Tumblers have about 6or7 ribs (similar to your pitcher) and top half of tumbler is straight up not curving. Some are for sale on ebay.
2:24 PM on December 30, 2011 
Glen i will take some more pictures of these items and forward them to you.Anne on glass messages thought that it could be Seneca streamline??,40094.msg221820.html
4:51 AM on December 30, 2011 
What an unusual pitcher and tumbler - fascinating. They are blown (not pressed). My money is on European production - I don't think they are Aussie / Crown Crystal - but I will stand to be corrected. Colin - are the rims "cut" / ground / polished? And what is the base like?