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Favorite piece of glass
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Speaking of favorite piece of glass (in Canadian pressed glass), I would personally choose blue Milk Glass and as an exemple, here is the Canadian Maple Leaf Butter Dish and the Bull's Eye Lamp (both made in Montreal, in clear and green glass and white and blue milk glass).

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Hi there....your blue pieces are spectaular!

I am attaching a photo of a very nice and hard to find piece that I have in my Nova Scotia Glass collection - this piece is Nova Scotia Crown and is the cookie jar. Almost always when this piece appears it is missing its lid - the one I have is a pristine and complete example.

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In clear Pressed Glass this Maple Leaf is very nice and is the exact same that was shown in Michel Lessard's book "La Nouvelle Encyclopédie des Antiquités du Québec" on page 305 (not showing very well in the book).

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Hi Deichman,
In photo #2 you show many Crown pieces, in particular creamer and sugar but do you have a syrup jug. Just acquired one : very nice.
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Hi there - yes I have both versions. The one in the photo is the open version - it also comes in a covered version with an ground stopper - they ground the inside of the syrup to make the lid fit. I have both versions. Nice find. Deichmann

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Hi there - yes I have both versions. The one in the photo is the open version - it also comes in a covered version with an ground stopper - they ground the inside of the syrup to make the lid fit. I have both versions. Nice find. Deichmann

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