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On the left is a pretty typical shape for Brookfield CD 164. On the right is a Brookfield CD 164 with a very large crown (yes, I know it needs a bath). What I find interesting about both of these is they are similar apple green color. I also believe the color is a shade too light to have been made at the Brookfield New Jersey plant. Which means the latest at these two pieces could have been made would have been the 1905 – 1906 burn (the nine months excluding summer in which the furnaces were typically lit).
I am wondering if the one on the right might not be a retooled B.G.M.Co CD 164 mold? Thanks to Larry Bauman I also have a light aqua with the same profile as the one on the right
Thanks to Brent and others, I know now these fat head (oh, excuse me - diameterically challenged dome) 164s also can show the B.G.M.Co. blot out on them. So these were retooled B.G.M.Co. 164 molds.
I ikow mine does not have the blot out on it.