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Coin Spot

Coin spot is a glass pattern that was named by the collectors for the spots resembling coins, which are part of the glass. Colored, clear, and opalescent glass was made with the spots. Many companies used the design in the 1870-1890 period. A few continued using it from about 1892 to 1910. It is so popular that reproductions are still being made.

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Water Set
Cranberry, Clear Rope Twist Handle, 8 1/4-In. Pitcher, 8 Piece , Illustrated
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Coin spot Water Set Cranberry Clear Rope Twist Handle | Kovels' Price Guide

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