Charming little EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass) commemorative plate from Westmoreland Specialty Co. (later Westmoreland Glass), part of their Baker's Dozen of hanging novelty pressed milk glass plates, named because there were 13 in the series, but apparently there are 14, so confusing. This one is three adorable owls on a branch. The owls are colored with gold paint. The plate is a semi-circle, and has a lace border of bent wood fence. Marked on the back "pat'd July 2, 1901".
Westmoreland Specialty was founded in 1889 when a group of men purchased the Specialty Glass Co. in Ohio. They specialized in candy jars, but also made EAPG glass. Around 1921 the company changed its name to Westmoreland Glass.
CONDITION: Excellent with no chips, cracks, nicks or scratches, and the paint is pretty much intact, with only a bit of wear.
SIZE: 7 inches by 7 inches
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