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Overpour

Examples of overpour, too much glass gathered into the mold or a loose fitting drip point collar that allows glass to escape around the bottom of the base, resulting in horizontal "fins" around the base. Often it is accompanied by a rough base where excess glass was knocked off by workers. This is much more common than underpour in Lynchburgs. Usually, a piece with overpour is less valued since it is often chipped around the base.


"Fins" around the base indicative of overpour, here on a CD 162.


Overpour on a CD 154


Overpour on a CD 112

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