Is this a Christmas Ornament?

by Liz E.
(O.L., CT, USA)

Glass snowflake?

Glass snowflake?

I found this on a Ct beach last winter. It’s @1cm thick and white. It looks like plastic but is definitely glass.

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Apr 09, 2018
Yes! I think that is it!
by: Carol

Hi Liz:

Yes! I think you are correct! That makes this an even cooler find! Imagine the history of this piece! Who did it belong to? Was it a fruit bowl on someone's dining room table ? You are so lucky to have found this piece! Really a one of a kind. I have never seen a piece like it! Enjoy!
Carol

Apr 04, 2018
Thanks Carol!
by: Liz E.

I did a bit of research online and it looks like it might be a piece of Westmoreland Milk Glass (Doric pattern) but I have to see a real piece to confirm.
Thanks so much!

Apr 04, 2018
I guess it could be milk glass?
by: Anonymous

It’s definitle part of a larger piece. The broken edges are worn smooth. I don’t think it’s milk glass because the edges are a little less opaque than the the milk glass vases I own but I don’t think I have ever seen milk glass sea glass so I could be wrong.

I’m stumped!

Apr 02, 2018
so unusual!
by: Carol

This is such an unusual piece! Is it smooth all over or does it look like some of the edges are broken off? Do you think it is milk glass?

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