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Enjoy scrolling through EAPG (Early American Pattern/Pressed Glass), other vintage glass, pottery, silver, pewter, old coins, collector books, cylinder records, etc. New unused, precious and semi-precious gem jewelry, STERLING, gold-filled or plate, and older costume jewelry will be added as it is sorted.

I am strictly a collector, not an expert, and I don't buy large lots of material.
Glass (EAPG) is my focus, but I also inherited a lot of "stuff" from my parents, much of it collected in the 1950's-1960's (semi-antique), and much of their material dating back to the Victorian era. It's taking a long time, but I will slowly add interesting items, along with photos and as much history as I know about them.

Only large items such as furniture, rugs, phonographs, etc., are not practical for this venue. However, if you are local to northwest CT, and can pick-up an item, feel free to email and inquire.

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EAPG: very large compote with lid: Scallop Shell Here’s one you won’t see very often. A pitcher in this pattern is described in Kamm 8 pg.38, but none of my sources indicate a year of production or manufacturer. Kamm put it in group 4, 1870-1900. The base trim resembles Crossed Ferns by Atterbury glass, which is c 1876. This is a huge compote which weighs 5 lbs. It has a circular foot with a scallop design & a square body…very unusual. Height with lid is 12 ¼" x 7 ½" wide. There are 2 broken bubbles in the foot…these are manufacture related. There is a flat chip on the edge of the compote lid corner, a little roughness around the sharp edges of the finial & some minor flaking along the sharp edges under the bowl. Still an impressive piece, unusual, with just the faintest hint of purple from age, & oh so Victorian! #115
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EAPG: large clear pitcher, Radiant, by Coop Flint *unlisted Another unlisted shape, a milk or water pitcher, in the Victorian pattern, Diamond Band with Panels, or Radiant (OMN) by Cooperative Flint Glass, c 1908. Metz-2 (pg. 143) lists a goblet, but no other pieces. Here’s the pitcher to go with the goblets! Measures 7 ¾" ht. Near-mint, with only 2 small flakes off 2 hobstar tips. Glows yellow under UV light, and definitely old. #117
Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068.
 

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EAPG: 2 goblets: Huber 1 man’s, 1 lady’s or champagne (?) Huber was one of the early elegantly plain patterns. It was originally made in flint, & later in non-flint, c 1860+. I believe that both of these are not flint. The first is a classic Huber, height 6 ½", what might be called a "man’s" goblet. The 2nd is brighter glass, very heavy, & shorter at 5 ½", what could be thought of as a "lady’s" goblet. It has an extremely thick bowl bottom, with the glass overall, being much thicker than the other piece. It’s possible that these are just variations due to different manufacturers. On the other hand, there were smaller goblets for ladies, although I sure doubt it for this one since it’s so heavy. And there were also smaller goblets for champagne. The smaller has some ring to it, possibly a transition piece with some lead in it. Sorry I don’t have the answer, but the buyer of these can have fun checking them out & tracking them down. See my other listing for a set of flint Huber.
Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #143

 

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EAPG: states pattern sugar with lid: Carolina Also known as Inverness, aka Mayflower, Carolina was one of US Glass’ states patterns, no. 15083, c 1903-10. This clear sugar with lid measure 7 ¾" in height. It has an unusual hollow finial ball, & the row of circles which comprise the main element of the design are on the inside. Usually the design was pressed on the outside! There is a flat chip along the top base inner rim which removes part of one bead; a 2nd bead on the opposite side is partly nicked. The lid has a rough mold line, which reflects through the glass top. It was not fire-polished, so the slightest of anything shows through the glass top. In any case, originally made by Bryce Bros in 1880’s it was carried through into the US Glass combine, & now it sits here waiting to be appreciated as one of the lesser known states patterns.
Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #148

 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 137-A: Antique Dart pattern footed creamer & spooner c 1880 *elegant

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Antique Dart pattern footed creamer & spooner c 1880 *elegant A set of 2 footed stemmed pieces in the elegantly simple pattern Dart, c 1880, said to be made in Ohio (Metz, vol. 1). Manufacturer is not known. Set consists of a footed cream pitcher & a footed spoon holder. While the spooner could serve as a sugar today, the Victorian sugars were usually wider & came with a lid to keep out pests of various ilk. Cream pitcher is 6 ¾" tall, with light surfaces scratches; spooner is 6 ¼" with evidence of light interior wear from spoons. No chips or cracks, and you can see from the photos that they present well.
Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #137


 

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EAPG: Collection Pennsylvania pattern glass c 1897 NB: Goblets have been sold. Presented now is a collection of 5 pieces in the EAPG pattern Pennsylvania, one of the states patterns made by US Glass (USG) in 1897. The original name is no. 15048, & was part of the consortium’s effort to maintain or revive an interest in pressed glass by developing a line of patterns named after states. Some date prior to the consortium & carried through with just a change in name. Also known also as Balder or Kamoni, the pattern was primarily made by the Central & Gillinder groups while under USG. A striking pseudo-cut glass pattern, which is very collectible for its large number of various pieces. Offered are: one cream pitcher, which measures 3" tall, with just one small nick to the design- you really have to look for it; one punch or custard cup which is 2 7/8" tall x 3 1/8" across the bowl, showing age wear, but no chips or cracks; a matching pair (2) of tumblers measure 2 ½" tall x 2 1/8" wide, each with no damage. The last piece, a slightly taller tumbler, measures 3 3/8" x 2" & might be the "taper water" or perhaps a champagne or lemonade glass. This is the only piece of lesser condition: it has faint interior graying & a flake off the side at the base; all tumblers have manufacturer ground bases (done for leveling in the factory). NB: Photos are not to scale, but are optimized for the system.
Buyer to pay 4 lbs for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation from 06068. #130-A

 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 139-A: EAPG: Set 6 goblets Fan Top Hobnail or Hobnail with FanTop c 1880

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EAPG: Set 6 goblets Fan Top Hobnail or Hobnail with FanTop c 1880 Offered is a set of 6 Fan Top Hobnail goblets in clear glass, by Adams & Co. #150, approximately 1880-90. Also known as Hobnail with FanTop, this pattern came in 2 type of glass: a clear bright glass, and what Metz calls, "jelly" quality, with just a slightly duller appearance. There are 4 of the finer quality, & 2 of the jelly quality. Other than stress lines (fine lines from manufacture) along the top part of 3 of them, & the foot of one, there is no after market damage, no chips, flakes, etc. in 4 of the goblets; they look unused! Two have some problems: one goblet has some light graying along the top edge. The other has a ¾" crack that runs with the division between the clear part & the pattern (really have to have the light hit it just right to see it), & some bumping of the pattern high points. These latter areas are shiney, & blend in fairly well. Height is 5 7/8".
Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 7 lbs. from 06068. #139-A

 

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EAPG: Large collection of Three Panel pattern glass c 1888 Offering a set of 8 pieces in the pattern Three Panel by Richards & Hartley c 1880’s, & US Glass 1891. First is a spoon holder. Other than stress lines in the foot, & a small flake off the underside of the foot (photo with pink arrows), glass is sparkly & bright with no damage to the top. Height is 5 ¼". Next is a large footed bowl; measures 8 ½" wide x 4 ¾" tall; very heavy; *Mint condition. Another large footed bowl, probably next down in size, is 7 3/8" wide x 4" tall; a few small flakes & nicks under the foot; no damage to the top. Last, but not least, are 5 small berry bowls measuring 3 3/4" wide x 2 ½" tall. 2 are without damage; 3 have small flakes under the foot, but no damage to the tops. Collection is very heavy, with the weight of the glass alone at about 9 lbs.! Buyer to pay $25 for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation from 06068. 141-A
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 245: EAPG: Finecut & Block Light blue 5 pc berry set c 1890 *Old Mint

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EAPG: Finecut & Block Light blue 5 pc berry set c 1890 *Old Mint Wonderful robin’s egg blue berry set, consisting of one large & 4 small berry bowls. Made in the pattern, Finecut and Block, by King Son & Co. no. 25, c 1890, this is an old set which glows yellow under UV light. This is not a repro! There is NO damage, not one break to those amazing points. Large bowl: 7 ¾" wide x 4 ¼" deep. Small bowls: 3 7/8" wide x 2 ¼" deep. True color is somewhere between the first & last group photos. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 8 lbs. from 06068. #245
 

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Antique Hollis pattern syrup nice brass lid c 1900 *NMint Wonderfully brilliant old EAPG pressed syrup or molasses can, in the pattern Hollis by US Glass (O’Hara), c 1900; aka Diamond Bar and Block. Glass is near-mint, with only a small bruise & one thin flake off a diamond (have to really search for these). The lid is brass- colored & functional, with no distortions or dents; there seems to be a disconnected spring (see photos). Looking inside, it's interesting to see how the glass was molded to accommodate the spring area! Height is 5". (Last photo was taken with a flash to eliminate outside color reflections). Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #249
 

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EAPG: Gold trim Reverse 44 pattern: 2 pcs: creamer +spooner Two very attractive pieces from a table set, in the pattern Reverse 44, by US Glass no. 15,140-Athenia, c 1912. Clear glass with 20-50% of gold trim remaining…quite attractive (see photos). Included are a creamer, no damage, height 4 ¾"; a double handled spooner, no damage, height 4 ¾". "US" (US Glass logo) is stamped inside each piece. NB: Any off-color is a reflection: glass is clear with gold along the top. Pictures are not proportionate. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #250
 

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EAPG: Concordia Maple Leaf round bowl w square flange *Old This dish in the pattern Concordia Maple Leaf has a square horizontal flange with a rounded bowl section. This is most likely of Canadian (Burlington?) origin, Victorian era (late 1800’s). See Unitt's Treasury, pg. 89. Clear with textured maple leaves in each corner, this bowl measures 8 ½" across x 1 ¾" deep. There are at least 3 small subtle chips on the vulnerable leaf tips; only 1 is on the upper surface. Any off-color is a reflection; glass is clear & clean. A shear-line can be seen in the central clear area in the photo; this is a normal finding from manufacture of the era. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #254
 

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EAPG: Buggy Bowl amber novelty ex-Amy Bess Miller collection Shown in Sanford’s Novelties pg 50, this Victorian era novelty, possibly an open salt, in the shape of a baby buggy is quite cute. A warm amber, it shows appropriate wear under the wheels with only 2 minor flakes under the wheels which cannot be seen from the outside (see photo). Measures 3 ½" length; this is the smaller version. What’s really fun about this particular piece, is that it came from the estate of Amy Bess Miller, the major founder of the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts. This was just one small piece from her tremendous collection of pottery and glass. And Amy Bess appears to have been particularly fond of amber colored pattern glass! Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 1 lbs. from 06068. #288
 

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EAPG: Thousand Eye: 4 amber plates c 1874 Four warm amber plates in the pattern Thousand Eye by Adams, 1874; later Richards & Hartley, and US Glass. Plates measures 6" across with folded corners. These are original and old; they are not repros. See close-up for sharp diamonds between the buttons. One plate is *Mint with only a shear line (normal); one has 1 chip; one has 2 chips; one has a crack. As you can tell from the photos, they are still quite lovely, crisp and bright with no scratches. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority, with free Delivery Confirmation, 5 lbs. from 06068. #289
 

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EAPG: Gold washed Portland tumbler A faint wash of gold remains over the entire body of this otherwise *Mint condition tumbler. Pattern is Portland by Portland Glass, c 1870’s, and later US Glass (Ripley, Central, Glassport). There is a manufacturer ground base. Gold wash is worn, but with the right light, the tumbler is still quite nice. My photos do not do it justice. Height is 4". Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #293
 

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