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The Bulls Eye Glass Pane

My association with bullseye window panes is limited, but on two occasions I almost crossed the line and obtained examples for the house here at Peach Ridge. The first encounter was at a country antique store west of Houston. This … Continue reading

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The “Star of Baltimore”

You just have to love these umbrella style inks called the ‘Star of Baltimore” or ‘Baltimore Star“. Different from an Umbrella Ink in that the sides are concave and create the form of a star when viewed from the bottom. … Continue reading

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