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Bagley Glass

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It was 1871, when William Bagley and John Wild founded Bagley, Wild and Company in Knottingley, Yorkshire England. It's roots were in glass bottle making.In 1912, Bagley Glass branched out and began to make lead crystal and pressed glassware for the home and quickly became one of the United Kingdom's most successful glass companies. In fact, it was the leading glass producer up until its close in 1979.   The Rutland pattern began in the late 1930s. The vanity set cam in  in blue, green, amber, pink, and white. Bagley's lead crystal line was only made for two years. They made...

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Make An Offer SALE

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Once a year we do a MAKE AN OFFER sale. For 15 whole days we open up our store to offers.  This is how it works... Browse and find something you would like to purchase. Submit an offer by clicking the Contact Me button from the page you are on and we will know exactly the item you are making the offer on.   Once we get your offer we will do one of two things.... We will ACCEPT your offer and give you a coupon code which you will enter upon check out.  We will send you a COUNTER OFFER...

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Vintage Glass Keywords

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Whether you are looking to buy, sell, or just identify a piece of glass inherited from grandma, sometimes it can be a challenge. If you do not have much experience with glass, the first place to begin is knowing different terms that can help you. Remember, if you are using the net to identify a piece, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Once you think you have the maker, Google it and see if you can find your piece listed.  In other words, don't assume everything you find to be correct. Let's begin with some basic terms that can...

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RePurposing Vintage Suitcases

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There are some exceptionally gifted people out there that can take an item meant for one use and recreated it into something entriely different. Take suitcases, for example.Here are four ideas for repurposing vintage luggage.  Each ideahas endless creative options. I take NO credit for any of these ideas only with pulling the ideas together.        How to Make a Suitcase Table Unique Wall Storage Travel Themed Shelves Stack Those Suitcases Going From Big to Small If this has sparked your interest, poking around on Pinterest is a great place to start.  Here are a couple of boards you...

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1920s Egyptian Revival Fashion

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Although not the first time in history when the west was consumed with all things Egyptian, it was the 1920s where this love of Egyptian history was most intense.It all has to do with the discovery of King Tut's tomb in the Valley of the Kings. In 1922, Howard Carter entered the interior chambers of the tomb.King Tut's tomb contained some of the most complete examples of ancient Egyptian style. Of course the most incredible thing found was a stone sarcophagus containing three coffins nested within each other. Inside the final coffin, which was made out of solid gold, was...

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