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This lovely notched pattern glass vase is made of thin vertical notched panels that alternate between serrated ovals and plain clear ovals. The vase is 10 inches tall. I am also including a set of shakers in the same pattern that would make a lovely accent to go with this vase. The shakers are missing their mother of pearl inserts. The metal rims are present, though.
This wonderful Early American Pattern Flint Glass Spooner in the Minerva/Cupid & Venus Pattern is in very fine condition. It is also known as the Guardian Angel pattern. This exceptional pattern has raised Cupid and Venus figures surrounded by a beaded medallion on either side of the spooner. A wonderful geometric design along the circumference of the glass connects both medallions. The pedestal base is simple clear glass with a thin band of etched rays at the bottom. Two companies made this pattern:
Checkerboard pattern was produced by Westmoreland Glass Co. c. 1915. This is just near the end of the Early American Pattern Glass period. The glass is high quality and is clear and bright. There is no purple discoloration. There are no chips or cracks present. There is a rough pontil or gather mark on the base of the cruet as well as a nice amount of base wear from years of use. The stopper may not be the original stopper, but that is how I got it at auction.
According to Alice Metz, author or Early American Pressed Glass the paneled forget-me-not pattern was produced by the Bryce Bros. of Pittsburgh, Pa., of non-flint glass during the 1870's. It was made in clear, blue, amber, apple green and amethyst. This goblet and its mates are clear glass. The bowl is composed of three panels of forget-me-not flowers against a stippled background and three panels of double rows of "X"'s all separated by clear panels. The pattern was produced in all the service items
Cynthia gains distinction and verve with three horizontal cross cuts over the vertical ones, figured on the lower half of each bowl. The motif is based on hand-cut, early American pattern glass, though its subtle asymmetry and clean, spare execution give it an equally modern feel. Reed & Barton - 5414000276
Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Fish Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Fish Usually seen in Milk Glass Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Fish Usually seen in Milk Glass Was made by the Atterbury Glass Company. It measures 9 1/2 inches long by 6 1/4 inches wide by overall height of 1 1/4 inches high. Has great detail. It is embossed with Pat'd June (18) 72. There are a couple rim chips at mouth and tail . You will also find some
This pattern, shown on page 239 of Edwards & Carwile's Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass, features a wide ruby stain treatment around the top and a geometric diamond pattern in clear around the base. Dimensions: Measures 4 1/4" high at the spout. Marks/Dates: c. 1893. Condition: No chips or cracks. The stain is in very good condition with just a few tiny areas where it has worn. Not bad for 116 years old! Vintage glass may show characteristics of age, including allowable base wear, bubbles, pattern
This compote is made in the pattern called Horsemint and thought to be a turn of the century product of Indiana Glass Co. This clear glass compote stands just over 6 1/4 inches high. The deep, round bowl of the compote is 6 1/4 inches in diameter. This is non-Flint glass. There are no chips or cracks. There is minor mould edge roughness present as a part of the manufacturing process.
Mitered Oval Pattern Goblet- SALE! REDUCED 50% c1875 - 6 inch wine or water goblet. 3-part mold, wide base. Facturies unknown, limited pieces include covered comport, bowls and goblets. In excellent condition with base wear only. Refs: Ruth Webb Lee's Early American Pressed Glass Patterns.
Early American Pattern Glass Bryce Higbee Butterfly Ears Mustard Pot Early American Pattern Glass Bryce Higbee Butterfly Ears Mustard Pot Nice early glass Early American Pattern Glass Bryce Higbee Butterfly Ears Mustard Pot Nice early glass Was made by the Bryce Higbee Glass Company. The overall height measures 4 1/2 inches high by 2 3/4 inches in diameter. There is a slot for the spoon which is not included. There were no chips, cracks, damage, or repairs found Nice early glass
EAPG glass cruet bottle, blown and pressed tiny bubble dewdrop pattern Antique blown and pressed glass cruet bottle with ground glass stopper, about 4" tall overall. This is a dew drop, tiny hobnail or bubble pattern, very early 1900s vintage? Both the bottle and the stopper are in very good condition without damage. Item #k3277
Offering a fantastic 7 piece 19th century early American Pattern Glass / Flint Glass pitcher / tumbler water set - octagonal shaped pitcher and hexagonal The set FOR YOU. THANKS SO MUCH FOR VIEWING MY ITEM AND AND VISITING MY RUBY LANE STORE!
$19.00 A Westmoreland later example of their "Old Quilt" - aka "Checkerboard" pattern Glass. This is the 6 3/4" tall Celery Vase from the same early crystal mold. Westmoreland revised this pattern in Milk Glass from the 1940's to the 1970's. In excellent condition with WG on the base. Just 1 in stock. Notice we have a Spooner and a Celery Vase in the earlier crystal models. See "Early Pressed Glass" section for details . Westmoreland opened in 1890 and closed in 1985.
Early American Pattern Glass Goblet in the Pennsylvania Pattern by US Glass, circa 1897. This pattern was issued as part of the States series of patterns. It is also known as Balder; Kamoni. I have several of these goblets available. They are all slightly different in measurement. In the last photo, going left to right, the measurements are as follows: 1 - 6 5/16 tall. 3 1/4 across the rim. 3 1/16 across the foot. 2 - 6 1/4 tall. 3 3/16 across the rim. 3 1/16 across the foot. 3 - 6 3/16 tall. 3 1/16 across
> ANTIQUE EAPG CURRANT PATTERN GLASS GOBLET CAMPBELL JONES & CO. C 1871 ANTIQUE EAPG CURRANT PATTERN GLASS GOBLET CAMPBELL JONES & CO. C 1871 antique -eapg -currant -pattern -glass -goblet -campbell -jones -amp -co -c -1871 $45 .00 Product Description ANTIQUE EAPG CURRANT PATTERN GLASS GOBLET CAMPBELL JONES & CO. C 1871 ANTIQUE EARLY AMERICAN PATTERN GLASS GOBLET IN THE CURRANT PATTERN IT IS NON-FLINT BY CAMPBELL , JONES & CO. PITTSBURGH PA C. 1871. THIS PATTERN HAS BEEN ATTRIBUTED TO THE BOSON &
Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Dual Fish Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Dual Fish Usually seen in Milk Glass Atterbury Patented 1872 Early American Pattern Glass Clear Dual Fish Usually seen in Milk Glass Was made by the Atterbury Glass Company. It measures 11 1/4 inches long by 4 1/2 inches wide by overall height of 1 1/2 inches high. It is embossed with Pat. June 4, (18)72. Has wonderful detail. There is some mold roughness, very common. Other than
34 items Antique EAPG Honeycomb Pattern Goblet Set of Two Price: $30.00 Interesting pair of 19th Century Honeycomb goblets. The pattern was popular in eateries and taverns during the 1850s - 1880s. Seemingly identical in appearance at first glance, each has subtle differences. The larger has crisp edges on the pattern and a rounded bowl, while the smaller was taken from an older mold and the pattern edges are soft with a non-rounded bowl. Both show traces of two mold lines. The smaller goblet's lines vere
This small EAPG mug or punch cup is from US Glass circa 1909. The mug has a very busy pattern with gold decoration at the rim of the cup. The original manufacturers name for the pattern was U.S. Glass #15118, however it also goes by the names of Cane Horseshoe or Paragon. There is wear to the gold decoration, however I can find no chips or cracks in the glass. The mug stands 3 1/2 inch tall and is 2 1/2 inch in diameter.
Royal Brighton Crystal Pattern - Pitcher $15.00 This very beautiful pattern features Large Rosecut Diamonds divided by rows of Horizontal Bars. This pattern was limited to Refreshment & Hostess Serving Pieces in limited colours. This is the only Pitcher available in this pattern for Water, Milk or Juice. Holds 12 oz. and is 6 1/4" high in clear crystal and perfect condition . Currently 1 in stock. Collectors can easily become confused with the on again, off again Marketing of this pattern by Indiana Glass
>> US Glass EAPG Slewed Horseshoe Water Goblet US Glass EAPG Slewed Horseshoe Water Goblet /images /Resized34 (68 ) .jpg USG091711 We are pleased to offer this simply stunning U.S. Glass EAPG Slewed Horseshoe Water Goblet. Slewed Horseshoe was also produced by the Smith Glass Company in a pattern they refer to as "Pinwheel". This pattern was originally made by US Glass Company in the early 1900's. The original Slewed Horseshoe however, was thought to have been made by Iittala of Finland--possibly from a
Early American Pattern Glass Panel Pattern Pouring Cup Early American Pattern Glass Panel Pattern Pouring Cup 1800s Glass EAPG Early American Pattern Glass Panel Pattern Pouring Cup 1800s Glass EAPG It measures 4 3/4 inches high by 4 inches in diameter. Comprised of 6 panels. Has an applied handle. There were no chips, cracks, damage or repairs found 1800s Glass EAPG
Fabulous Early American Pattern Glass Spooner in the Hamilton (aka Cape Cod) pattern by Cape Cod Glass Company circa 1860. Also Boston and Sandwich Glass Company. It is 5 inches tall, 3 inches across the top and 3 inches across the foot. It is in overall good condition. There is what at first I thought was cloudiness on the inside. This appears to be intentional and not hard water damage. The frosted appearance of the glass is most noticeable on the bottom half of the bowl and the scalloped rim. I don t see
This beautiful dish was made by the Heisey Glass Company in their Fancy Loop pattern circa 1896 through 1925. This is the 8 1/2 inch plate. This does have damage which consists of a sliver chip of about 1/2" on the underside of the edge, 1 tip has a chip, one square on the underside is chipped and 2 circles or plumes are chipped on the underside. The damage isn't very noticeable, I'm just trying to be accurate for you. Note: Vintage glass may show characteristics of age, including allowable base wear,
>> Mc Kee Glass 1897 Adonis aka Washboard, Pleat & Tuck Compote Mc Kee Glass 1897 Adonis aka Washboard, Pleat & Tuck Compote /images /Resizes144 .jpg MCG042511 Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this simply stunning Mc Kee Glass 1897 Adonis aka Washboard, Pleat & Tuck Compote. Mrs. Metz, in Early American Pattern Glass pages 142-43, No 1595, covered this pattern and illustrated a celery vase. She said the pattern had been known for years at "Pleat and Tuck". She however, used the tern "Washboard".
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1890 Blown Glass Cruet - SALE ! $25 .00 REDUCED 50% This was produced with the Blow-Mold method. The base has a rough pontil. 6 1/2" high - has a slight mauve-grey tinge indicating Manganese content prior to 1915. In excellent condition for the age. The stopper has tiny chips on the base as does the inside rim on the opening. A typical early Canadian or early American made everyday household cruet. Refs: Glass in Canada, The First 100 Years - Stevens; American Glass - McKearin. Click to enlarge
Aug 21, 2014 Victorian Era Glass Stemmed Banana Boat Price: $135.00 Stunning long stemmed banana boat in excellent condition. A bunch of bananas fit perfectly, but works great with other fruits for food. Similiar to Bryce Higbee patterns of the early 1900s. The flower-like sunrays, fans and zippers do not exactly match Higbee's published patterns, and the glass feels and looks different. I believe it is older, around 1880 EAPG or possibly European. The colorless, nearly white, crystal is peppered with
The "Plume" pressed glass pattern was manufactured by Adams & Company, Pittsburgh, in 1874, and by United States Glass Company from 1891-1898. Pattern design has both horizontal and vertical plumes. Made in non-flint, clear, some items are found in frosted or ruby stained. This lovely open compote on a high standard has a smooth rim. It measures 7 3/4" across and 6" in height. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; old pattern glass may have factory flaws and inclusions in the glass.