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Q: My great-great-grandmother’s two pieces of pressed glass now belong to me. One is a covered butter dish and the other an open sugar bowl. I know the pattern is Bulls Eye and Daisy, and the bulls-eyes are ruby-stained. Can you tell me who made it? I’m looking for the cream pitcher to match. How can I find it?

A: Bulls Eye and Daisy was made in 1909-10 at the U.S. Glass Co.’s factory in Glassport, Pa. The pattern was originally called Newport and is also sometimes called Bulls Eye and Daisies. It was made not only in clear glass with ruby-stained bulls-eyes, like yours, but also in clear glass and clear with green or amethyst bulls-eyes. Some pieces were also trimmed in gold. To find a matching creamer, shop online or contact a matching service like The creamer with ruby stain should cost you about $45. Your butter is valued at $100, and your sugar at $70.



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