MARYLAND (OMN) mgew by Maryland Glass Etching Works (Cumberland MD, Operated: 1893-1930), c1890s
• AKA: Heavenly Symphony
NOTE: Sid Lethbridge: This company bought blanks from other companies and decorated them with etchings by George Truog. Sometimes signed, frequently unsigned. George Truog (owner) must have owned the moulds for this table set as they are typically marked with a T in a diamond.
NOTE: NOTE: John Ragsdale - The etching often goes by the aka name Heavenly Symphony. This etching is shown in Dale Murschell's book "George Truog and His Art".
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Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: John Ragsdale - marked T in a diamond.

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Matthew Cox

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: John Ragsdale - marked T in a diamond.

Shape: Jars: Biscuit/Cracker
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Jars: Biscuit/Cracker
Contributor: Robin Fisher Cisne

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: John Ragsdale

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Linda Pacheco

Shape: Tumblers
Contributor: Maureen Dunn McFadden

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Karen Skinner