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EARLY AMERICAN PATTERN GLASS Offered is an interesting little toothpick holder. It is clear glass with all-over gold enamel. It stands 2 1/8" high with a 1 7/8" rim diameter. The toothpick is full of straw marks, waviness, and enamel loss; however, there are no chips, cracks, or repairs. Who made it and when is uncertain. It is listed on page 232 of "Glass Toothpick Holders" by Neila & Tom Bredehoft and Jo & Bob Sanford under the heading of "Unattributed and Unknown Makers" and given the year entered into
Imperial Glass-Ohio - Imperial Glass-Ohio Mogul Variant-Green Toothpick Holder - Stem #612,Pressed,Verde Green
Coronet Crystal Toothpick Holder Pressed Grapes and Leaves Pattern. This unique Pressed Glass Toothpick Holder is crystal clear and has a lovely raised pattern of Grapes and Leaves all around. In perfect condition, it measures 1-7/8" tall with a 1-1/4" opening. It has an octagonal shape and is embossed "CORONET" on the bottom. Add it to your toothpick holder collection - it's different! is $6.95 via Priority Mail Insured in US ~ Check my other items and combine to save on shipping
Imperial Glass-Ohio - Imperial Glass-Ohio Mogul Variant-Antique Blue Toothpick Holder - Stem #612, Pressed, Blue
This is a Vintage clear pressed glass figural top hat toothpick holder in the Daisy & Button pattern. Advertising embossed in the inside bottom reads 'Wormser Hats'. Not sure of the age or maker. Measures 2.5 high x 3.5 wide across the brim. In Good condition with minor mold seam roughness and a small chip on the very bottom edge - hard to see, since it blends in with the pattern! Still a nice glass advertising item for your collection and priced right!
An antique pattern glass toothpick depicting a dog chasing a rabbit. The scene has a rabbit's head sticking out of one side of the toothpick and the dogs rear quarters sticking out of the other side. The holder itself is made to look like a tree stump. This is all very clever and the detail is amazing. According to our sources, the manufacturer on this is unknown. Based on the glass and the subject we would place this in the last quarter of the 19th Century. Measuring 2.5" tall with the base at 3.25" in
Stem #505, Verde Green, Pressed. Toothpick Holder in the Daisy & Button-Green (Verde) pattern by Imperial Glass-Ohio
This beautiful flint glassware is hand-pressed in the Victorian Eyewinker pattern by Mosser, one of the oldest glass companies in America. We offer it in 2 opalescent colors, vaseline and green. Vaseline glassware, named for its similarity in color and gleam to petroleum jelly, has been around since the 1840s and remains prized by glass connoisseurs the world over. Choose 4" tall salt and pepper shakers, 2"x2¼" toothpick holder, 5"x3½" lidded sugar bowl, 3½"x3" creamer, 4½"x5¾" spooner (originally used for
Toothpick holders were a part of the table setting at one point in time. Today most would be appalled to find a toothpick holder on the table and to sit and watch everyone clean their teeth after eating. However, toothpick holders are a wonderful collectors item since they do not take up much room and come in such a variety of shapes and designs. This toothpick holder was made by Higbee Glass in 1905. The pattern is Swirl and Panel. Clear panels of glass swirl with deep pressed graduated zippered glass
Glass Owl Votive Holders Set of 2 by Tag Glass Owl Votive Holders Set of 2 by Tag Item #: 025466933723 Stock Status: The Glass Owl Votive Holders Set of 2 is a great addition to any home. The Glass Owl Votive Holders Set of 2 is a hand blown set made from pressed glass. The candle holders have a honeycomb texture. May also be used as a vase! 4.25H x 3.75W x 3.75D
This vintage toothpick holder features a bird and a cup with beautiful molded relief work in the glass. The glass is opalescent white slag glass and the original black and gold foil sticker is still in place that reads: Summit Art Glass, Hand Pressed in the USA. This lovely decor item doesn't have to be used as a toothpick holder. It can be used to hold rings and earrings in the kitchen, bath, or vanity.Kept in a glass curio cabinet for several decades and never used or handled, the toothpick holder is in
With a pour spout on one side it appears this heavy pressed glass could be a small individual creamer. But I've always used it as a toothpick holder and even occasionally for summer collections of four leaf clovers or violets. Toothpick holders were most popular in the early 19th century with sales of the new wooden toothpicks. Previously they were made of metal and each person had their own individual pick. Quills were also widely used. The toothpick holder generally matched the glassware on the table and
This lovely toothpick holder features Imperial's #505 pressed glass pattern in a rich caramel slag color that reminds us of root beer! Dimensions: Holder measures 2 3/8" high. Marks/Dates: "IG" impressed on the bottom. Condition: No cracks, chips or other damage. If you have any questions or would like additional photos, please let us know.</font>
Imperial Glass Toothpick Holder This dark amber toothpick holder was made by Imperial Glass in the 1940s. It has dark brown trim around the scalloped rim and feet, and is marked Near Cut in the inner bottom. The pattern is the Inverted Strawberry, which is pressed into the glass, rather than raised. It sits on 3 feet and stands 2 1/2″ tall by 2″ in diameter, and is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs . IIS101 Inverted Strawberry toothpick Related Products
Stem #402 1/2,Clear,Star Design,Pressed. Toothpick Holder in the Fashion-Clear pattern by Imperial Glass-Ohio
Antique early 1900's pressed glass toothpick holder with engraved ruby flash top. Engraved "Robison Park." Excellent condition with no damage or wear. Measures about 2 1/4 inches tall.
Imperial Glass-Ohio - Imperial Glass-Ohio Daisy & Button-Green (Verde) Toothpick Holder - Stem #505, Verde Green, Pressed
Imperial Glass-Ohio - Imperial Glass-Ohio Fashion-Clear Toothpick Holder - Stem #402 1/2,Clear,Star Design,Pressed
STRAW HOLDER VINTAGE STYLE JADE GREEN STRAW HOLDER. PRESSED GLASS COLUMN DESIGN. New, no chips or cracks. 11” high x 3 ½” diameter. Metal top and shaft. Bring back wonderful memories of those 'sweet shop' days when these NO TOUCH straw holders were on every counter. A beautiful addition to your nostalgia collection. Buyer pays shipping according to zip code Guranteed to arrive safely! Buyer prepays plus shipping via PayPal. YES! We combine shipping on multiple purchases whenever possible.
This vintage tooth pick holder is pressed glass with protruding lions head, rimmed in sterling silver. It is marked Rogers Sterling silver. Glass in excellent condition. Sterling have tiny dings and needs to be clean. It measures approx. 3 1/4" H x 2 1/4" W.
Buy retired Smith Glass company glassware here This toothpick holder stands 2 38 tall and features the Moon Star Green Pattern. Vintage Pressed Glass. Smith green glass Toothpick Holder vintage Retired Discontinued glassware scalloped scallops pressed replacement
This Hand with Corn Cob toothpick does not have a confirmed maker. I am told there is a salt shaker made by Central Glass with the same shape. Another reference says the maker of the shaker is unknown. It would be easy to cut the top threads off the shaker and polish it top then it would look like this piece so it may be a cut down shaker. It is 3” high and 1 1/2" in diameter. The inside edge of the rim is rough likely from the finishing of the surface. Other than that I do not see or feel any dings.
This is an early American pressed glass ruby flash Toothpick Holder made by Duncan & Miller. Stained in a beautiful deep red, with the button arches pattern and Star of David on the bottom. The gold inscription reads Ellen Boberg 1906. Ruby glass was popular between 1891 and 1920. The Duncan & Miller Glass Company was establish in 1865 in Washington, Pennsylvania and became well known for the quality and brilliance of their glass. Mugs and cups like this were sold as souvenirs at state fairs and are often
A nice heavy toothpick holder that's been used for just that purpose for 40 years or more. The bottom of this vintage toothpick holder is embossed with a single open rose (see photos) which may be a clue to its origin. Slightly smaller at the top and vertically ribbed into an octagonal shape on the sides. Heavy weight pressed glass with no chips or cracks. Stands 2-inches tall, 1-3/4" across the bottom, and 1-1/2" across the top. Top rim thickness is nearly 1/4 inch.
This caramel slag glass toothpick holder is a reproduction of "Holly" by the National Glass Co., c. 1903. Also called Holly Band, it features a band with a pressed glass holly berry pattern around the center. There are 3 seams. Dimensions: The toothpick measures 2 1/2" high. Marks/Dates: Unmarked. Summit Glass closed in the 1990's, and their pieces have become more collectible. Condition: No cracks, chips or other damage. If you have any questions or would like additional photos, please let us