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This set of four (4) shell & tassel pattern glass sauce dishes is very attractive looking. Personally I'd serve ice cream or mixed berries with a dob of whipped cream on the top! They also would be great used as individual mint or nut dishes. The shell pattern encompasses all four (4) corners and the tassel pattern is housed on all four (4) clear glass panels. These sauce dishes were made by Duncan & Co., circa early 1800's. The sauce dishes are 3 3/4" square X 1 3/4" high. Based on the age of these sauce
A beautiful EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass) in Westmoreland's Bridal Rosettes pattern, ca. 1910. Also known as Checkerboard and pattern number 500, a later version of this pattern is called Old Quilt.This serving plate measures 10" in diameter 1-1/4" deep. It is made of sparkling, crystal clear heavy glass with sharp details, with a scalloped and serrated top edge. It is in excellent shape and has spent its entire life as a prized shelf-sitter, first in my great Aunt?s curio cabinet and then in my
NOTE - I do not take paypal, only checks or money orders. Beautiful pattern or pressed glass bowl has a silver plated lid. I don't know the name of the pattern, but it has sunburst and star designs all around, it is very ornate. The bowl is about 4 1/4" tall with the lid and about 4 3/4" wide at the widest part of the bowl. There are some tiny scratches and mars on the bottom but no chips to the rim or the pattern. The lid has wear to the silver plating but otherwise in good condition, no dents. The lid
This creamer in the Cardinal pattern is in excellent condition. There are only a couple of bubbles in this piece made in the 1870s by Ohio Flint glass. The creamer is 5.25 inches tall, 5 inches handle to spout. The handles are applied. The base of the pitcher is slightly raised and has a clear glass collar rim. The pattern features a Cardinal on the front and back of the creamer. The bird is on a branch. On one side the bird is looking down; on the other side the bird is looking up. The bird and the
Very early 1900s vintage pattern glass berry or fruit salad set, with a large (8" diameter) serving bowl and four individual bowls (4 1/2" in diameter). The glass looks very nice overall, no chips or serious scratching. There's a little wear and rubbing to the gold trim, mostly on the larger bowl.
These are very pretty little leaf or grape shaped snack dishes.They don't have any knicks, nor cracks and are in perfect condition.The have a grape like pattern that bubbles through to the bottom. They measure 7 inches long by 4-1/2 inches wide and 1/2 inch high The bubbles act as little legs.They actually have many uses. Whether for a cheese ball, dips, even caviar they makes a very nice presentation on any table. Let alone that it can be used for something like cranberries, where the dish makes the
A collectable egg cup from Diamond Flint Company produced in 1880 named Jacobs Ladder.The original purchased date is on the bottom of 8/10/1968.Measures 2 3/4" pedestal to top and approximately 2 1/2" wide opening.Thanks for looking!
Antique EAPG pressed glass pedestal celery vase, simple fluted shape with scalloped rim. It measures 8.5 inches high and 4 inches across the rim. There are a couple of fine contact marks inside as shown, which I at first thought was hard water residue of some type, but am now fairly sure are fine contact scratches. Not noticeable in use, but present and noted. There is a TINY nick on the bevel of one flute. Nice, clear quality to the glass, not dull like some of the plainer EAPG patterns can show. I will of
Large antique, 1920's goblet, featuring bunches of berries and leaves pattern. Authentic antique pressed glass, originally used as buttermilk glass.This pretty and dainty pattern, clear glass goblet is ideal for a tea spoon, jewelry or candy holder or a vase for few short stemmed flowers. Goblet collector, add it to your collection.This antique goblet is in very good condition, it shows some wear due to the years of use and love it endured. Measurements : 4 1/2" high x 4" in diameterPlease feel free to
Antique EAPG pressed glass berry bowl set, Daisy And Button pattern, serving bowl and six individual bowls. Serving bowl measures eight and five eighths inches across, and the small bowls a hair over five and a quarter inches. Condition good for age and type, meaning that it has the typical roughness on the rims that the inexpensive mass produced glass of the day had from being knocked out of the molds, and has acquired small flakes or chips here and there from use and contact, but nothing of note. Most
This is a piece of Colorado green early American pressed glass (EAPG) from 1907. Colorado is one of the more elaborate pressed glass patterns from the Victorian era, with the gold paint, and was often engraved, as this piece is, for commemorative pieces or souvenirs. This cup has the gold paint on the feet and rim, and is engraved with the name Eva Stritsman, Okla City, 1907. It has no chips or cracks at all that I can see, but some wear to the gold after 106 years. A lovely piece from a more elegant and
From a small collection of pressed glass mugs I purchased recently, this cobalt blue toy or child's mug has a pattern of grapes and leaves. Color is cobalt with a purple cast. Maker is unknown, but typical of the 1880s pressed glass. Some imperfections, but a lovely color to add to a collection. Size: Approximately 2.5" high. Condition: Fair. Minor chipping and roughness. Note that I try to be conservative about condition descriptions, carefully noting any flaws. Of course, with antique items, there will be
Late 1800s - early 1900s vintage cruets lot - one syrup jug without stopper, and three cruet bottles with what we believe are the original stoppers. These have pontil marks, all are blown and pressed pattern glass, nice old pieces.The jug measures about 4" tall, and the three cruets are about 6" tall to the top of the stoppers. All of these pieces have a few little chips, fleabites or edge roughness, though none have large or noticeable chips, or cracking.
Antique milk glass pedestal vase, toothpick holder or Holywater container. The pedestal milk glass container is hand painted with branch and red flowers held in a hand. Dainty impressed lace like pattern is on the rim, face, and base of the bowl and pedestal. This is a genuine antique glass dating to the turn of the century if not earlier.Unusual and collectible piece, ideal for collector or someone that enjoys decorating with milk glass. It will make a pretty edition to your holiday table or small
This wonderful piece of antique glass was produced in the late 1870s or early 1880s by an unknown manufacturer, though some suspect Portland Glass. The pattern is called Garden of Eden but is also known as Fish, Lotus, Lotus with Serpent or Turtle. The platter has a fantastic all over design and the words "Give us this day our daily bread". It is oval in shape and has a handle on either end. The dish measures 12 1/2" long and 9 1/4" wide. In very good condition it has some very light roughness to the edges
Up for sale are a set of 8 Pressed glass plates. They are all in mint condition with no chips, cracks, or any damage at all. They were handed down to me from my Mom back in the 1950's but were purchased sometime in the 40's. There's a round space on each plate where if you wanted at the time you could buy coffee cups that matched the Floral Pattern. The top of the plates are smooth as the glass was pressed from the bottom. Each plate measure's: almost 8 1/2 inches long and 6 3/4 inches tall.
Early 1900s vintage pressed glass plate with baby face and lace pattern, milk white color. This is 9" in diameter, not marked with a maker's mark.There's some finish wear and scratching, not bad at all for it's age. It looks very good overall, no chips or cracks.
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This beautiful little berry or finger bowl was produced by Tarentum in 1898 and is part of their Cane Insert pattern. The pattern features arches of cane around the bowl with small triangles of diamonds at the bottom and a zippered arch above the cane. The bowl is an emerald green in color and has gold trim around the rim. The gold is lightly worn around the top of the scalloped rim but is otherwise in very good shape. The bowl measures 4 1/4" in diameter and 1 3/4" tall. It is in good condition with no
This is a large, round cookie or biscuit jar in crystal clear glass from the 1940's. Use it to hold cookies, candy, or even dog treats. It has a pressed glass floral pattern of daisies or sunflowers and foliage. It has a flower petal design on the lid and a daisy pattern on the bottom. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Measures approximately 10" x 6.5". Inside opening of mouth of jar is 4.75". Pictured with a dozen eggs inside for size reference.Thank you for visiting The Elusive
Old EAPG child's dish, a holiday novelty plate with an Easter rabbit and baskets full of Easter eggs. It's a large cup plate size, about 6 1/4" in diameter.The original painted decoration is worn, as is so often found on these old pressed pattern glass and goofus glass pieces. There are no chips or cracks to the glass, but there is a maker's flaw bubble to the rim.
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Compliments any Christmas decor, certainly a great Christmas gift for a glass collector.Pretty, pressed glass celery vase.~ Great item for flower vase.~ Diamond point, and fan shape pressed glass pattern.~ Footed bottom and flared, scalloped edges.~ Excellent Condition: No Chips, No Cracks, No Crazing.~ Measures: 6 1/4"H, 3 1/2"Diam.Thanks for looking!Any questions please email jjantiq @aol .comAlthough we are new at Etsy, JJAntiques has been in the antique industry since 1985, we pride ourselves on doing
/ Pressed Flowers Console Table Pressed Flowers Console Table $3 ,800 Product # 02 246 6109 Beautiful form and function, with a cottage vibe. The soft palette of our Pressed Flowers collection fits comfortably with a wide variety of interior styles, and our classic console table is so versatile, you might not stop at just one! Glass panes and table aprons are gorgeously detailed with soft floral decals, inspired by antique traditional patterns from Stoke-on-Trent in England. Charming scalloped edges on
A delicious little pair of antique glass buttons probably from the 1890s with a floral gothic pattern pressed into their surface. They do a splendid job of imitating real jet with their mat finish recess and polished uppers. Click pics to zoom on details - buttons measure 15mm- near pristine condition with only one or two of the tiniest flea bites I've ever seen - I had to get the magnifier to see it!Love small things of an antique and vintage nature? Visit my shop: http://www.faginsdaughter.etsy.com
Authentic 1920's floral print silk blouse or tunic. This is a lovely delicate vintage wearable. A beautiful floral pattern in shades of red and tans has been printed on black100% silk, with 2" black crepe de chine bands around the cuffs, neckline, side slits and bottom.Wear this blouse with a black silk skirt, straight for early 20'sor flared for end of the decade and you have an authentic 20's look right from the Gatsby Era.This is a size small; bust 30-32, hip 36" and the very narrow sleeves
After many, many hours of research, I have been able to find information on the possible maker and pattern of this piece. I know it's old and possibly antique like some of my other glass pieces, but I'm unable to confirm that without knowing the maker / pattern or finding the same pattern online .Manufacturer : Unknown - if I'm able to determine the maker and pattern, I'll update this listing.Pattern: I'm referring to it as "Star Quilt" which is exactly what this pattern reminds me
This antique eapg Pattern Glass handled 'nappy' bowl was made by Northwood Glass Company, circa 1908. This awesome pressed glass design is Northwood's popular eapg "Memphis" pattern featuring hobstars, diamond point, and a sawtooth rim. This very scarce advertising glass piece was made for Rotherts Furniture in Altoona, PA. You can find this rare and very collectible advertising item on page 327 of Bill Edward's book, "Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass", 5th Edition, where this 'Memphis' pattern
If you are a collector of Victorian Glass made for children then this mug is a must have. The pattern, Peacock Feather aka Georgia, was manufactured by U.S. Glass in 1902. Information for this piece was found in the Standard Encyclopedia of Presses Glass Fourth Edition 1860-1930 page 211.Measurements are 3 3/8" tall and 2 1/4" across the rim. There is one chip on the foot below the handle chips, no cracks but there are several tiny fleabites (only mentioning this for accuracy) and slight scratching to the