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French
1815–30
New England Glass Company
1855–70
American
ca. 1845–75
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1830–50
Koenigliche Porzellan Manufaktur
ca. 1844–47
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1850–70
Bakewell, Page & Bakewell
1820–35
19th century
Union Porcelain Works
1885
American
1850–70
Robert Sturm
ca. 1910
Union Porcelain Works
1875–90
Benjamin Bakewell & Co.
1810–25
American
1815–35
French
1815–30
American
1850–70
Adams and Company
1870–90
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1860–80
19th century
Adams and Company
1870–90
German
dated 1792
Sèvres Manufactory
19th century
Union Porcelain Works
1885
19th century
James Gillinder and Sons
1880–90
American
1830–35
Redwood Glass Company
1835–65
Adams and Company
1870–90
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1860–80
Union Porcelain Works
1885
Hans Hollein
1980
American
1850–1900
American
1850–70
American
ca. 1845–65
Bryce Brothers
1876–85
Long Island Flint Glass Works of Christian Dorflinger
1861
French
1815–30
Joseph Stouvenal and Company
ca. 1851–55
19th century
Joseph Stouvenal and Company
1853