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Grape andf Cable - Part 6
GRAPE & CABLE - Part 6
Small Size GRAPE & CABLE Punch Set in Marigold.
GRAPE & CABLE Small size Punch Set in Aqua Opal.
Sizes for the three punch sets in this pattern are as follows:
Small: Roughly 11?12 ½?in diameter. Amethyst and marigold are found most often. Green is rarely found. White is even more rare. Ice blue and ice green, extremely rare. Only a few are known. A single set is known in aqua opal.
Stippled marigold and cobalt blue small size sets are seldom seen.
Mid-Size GRAPE & CABLE Punch Set in Green.
Mid-size: Bowl and base, sometimes referred to as 搕able size? measure approx. 13?-14 ½?in diameter. Seen most often in amethyst, and very scarce in marigold. Cobalt blue or green examples are rare! Teal, white, ice blue, and ice green can be termed extremely rare!
Stippled sets have been confirmed in marigold, amethyst, and cobalt blue and are rare. Green has been reported.
Master GRAPE & CABLE Punch Set in Purple.
Master GRAPE & CABLE Punch Set in Marigold.
Ice Blue Master G & C Punch Set.
Sold for $62,000 January 2008 Wroda Sale.
Master or Banquet size: Massive measurements of 16 ½?- 18?in diameter, these are most available in amethyst, much harder to find in marigold. Very rare in green, cobalt blue, and white. Ice green is extremely rare. Only one ice blue set is known.
REPRODUCTION Ice Blue Grape & Cable Butter.
Butter Dish Reproduction: Notice the scalloped rim on this piece. Please refer to our TABLE SETS - PART 1
to compare this with the original design used in vintage carnival glass sets.
A.O. GRAPE & CABLE Banana Bowl
Courtesy Paul Berube
A.O. BANANA BOAT
Courtesy Paul Berube
A.O. BANANA Boat: How many of these are there? Perhaps 3? One was seen and passed up by (yours truly) in an antique shop in No. CA in the late `80s. It later sold for $3500. and was listed in the Tom Sprain Price Guide of 1989. One with a crack is known, then this one was presented as an 搖nknown?over the www. carnival glass mailing list in early July 2009. One which 揳ppears?to be the same bowl, turned up mid-month in Don & Becky Hamlet's room display during the 2009 ICGA Convention. In the interim, Paul Berube kindly provided us with several pictures so as to select some for viewing here on the 101 site.
Interesting iridescence on the interior of this piece makes it appear to have 搑eddish?glass, but in viewing the bowl from this angle, one can see the aqua opal edge to best degree.
GRAPE & CABLE Ruffled 7.75 in. IB Vt. Bowl - (leaf center)
GRAPE & CABLE Vt. 7.5 in.Bowl in A.O. (leaf center).
7 ½? 7 ¾?Ruffled BOWL: Has a collar-base and leaf in center. Basketweave exterior. Extremely rare in A.O., rare in I.B., but easily found in marigold, amethyst and green.
GRAPE & CABLE 5 in. Bowl in Amethyst
5?Ruffled BOWL: is part of a berry set having basketweave exterior. No thumbprints on these bowls-shaped from the same mould used for the ice cream set. The large bowl measures 11?12? Amethyst and marigold are seen most often, green being more difficult to locate. Cobalt blue is scarce, ice green quite rare, along with the pearlized custard examples.
GRAPE & CABLE Vt. Plate in Sapphire.
Sold for $2100. 5-08 Wroda Auction.
Stippled 9?collar-base PLATE: These usually have the ribbed exterior. A band of three raised lines encircle the pattern. (To find a plate having all those lines visible and in-tact is very unusual!) These plates are much more difficult to find than the plates without stippling. Marigold, amethyst, green cobalt blue, smoke and sapphire are known colors.
Dean & Diane Fry - 01/2010
ALL mankind is destined to face God's judgment. (Hebrews 9:27)
So we are always confident, knowing that while we are at home in the body we are absent from the Lord.
For we walk by faith, not by sight. We are confident, yes, well pleased rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord.
Therefore we make it our aim, whether present or absent, to be well pleasing to Him.
For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive the things done in the body,
according to what he has done, whether good or bad. Knowing, therefore, the terror of the Lord, we persuade men;
but we are well known to God, and I also trust are well known in your conscience. ( 2 Corinthians 5:6-11)
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