Here is a rare pair of flashed EAPG cruets. Made by US Glass ca 1908, the pattern was known as Pattee Cross. The flashing was originally red, but has faded to a sort of lilac. The gold trim on the spouts is all but gone. Still a great find with only a tiny chip on the bottom of one stopper. These are the original stoppers and there are no other flaws. 6.5 tall.
In good condition, an English hobnail pattern mustard pot with silverplate lid. Hinged id works nicely, glass has no chips or cracks. The silver may not be restored as it looks as if worn to the underlying brass. Marked EPN with a blurred symbol.
Beautiful antique dry mustard condiment jar. Feels like cut glass/crystal, not pressed. Has silverplate lid with incised EPNS on it, (electroplated nickel silver), commonly used in Victorian era. No chips or cracks; lid is slightly loose from age/wear but hinge is intact. It stands 3.25 tall. Very nice! #est1/09
Lovely antique dry mustard condiment jar with silver plate lid. Lid is marked: EPNS. Nice old cut glass jar that stands 4.5 tall x 1.75 wide. The glass could use a better cleaning to bring out its beauty. (soak it in efferdent). You also get a small vintage spoon free with purchase; marked: Wm A Rogers, A1 Plus, Oneida Ltd. Purchased from a historical estate in Rochester, MI. 9/08cryau#2195
Matched cruet bottles and a glass tray. Cruet bottles are 7.5 tall; nice condition. These do not appear to be very old, but are nice bottles that you can actually use. The tray is not a matched item, but these bottles look good on it. The tray is in good condition and is 9.75 long x 5 wide. #1641est1-07
Vintage sterling silver spoon, a condiment jar, an egg coddler, a knife rest and a tray! Only the spoon is sterling and is marked: Towle Sterling 'S' - Rambler Rose. It is 4.75 long and in good condition. Also included is the Royal Rochester jam pot/dry mustard jar/condiment jar. Very nice condition; the glass has a ribbed design that is hard to see in the pics. Bottom is marked: Royal Rochester #3072. It stands 4.25 tall. Metal is either stainless or chrome. Next is a beautiful International Silver plate tray; a Royal Worcester England Egg Coddler, and a teapot knife rest. Very pretty assortment!
Antique porcelain EPNS dry mustard jar and shaker. Incised EPNS mark on mustard pot, (electroplated nickel on silver). The porcelain is in good condition, just has faint crazing; the lids are a bit tarnished. Bottoms have a mark under the glaze that looks like B of 54, or B 51 54. They stand 2.25 tall x 1.5 wide. Nice pair for your collection!
Two matching cruet bottles, and a glass tray! The bottles are both in good condition and look somewhat like the ones shown in the book on Hazel Atlas Glass, however, these are not marked with the HA logo. They have raised numbers: #12, 4-5 on bottoms. They stand 5.75 tall and have gold bands with gold wheat motif circling the body of the glass. The tray has no chips or cracks either; is just missing some of the gold off the rim edge. (The tray was purchased at a different time than the bottles; but looks great with these cruets!). It is 8.75 long x 5.5 wide. A very nice set that you can actually use! Age estimate: 1950's.
Antique porcelain mustard jar and shaker. c:1834? Fabulous old mustard jar/pot and shaker. The mustard jar has incised roman numbers on interior of lid: XXXIV (= 34, presumably 1834).The lids look like silverplate/epns. These jars feature cobalt blue with violets, (hand painted with glaze over them?, but possibly transferware). The flowers are showing a bit of wear, and there is minor wear off the gold detailing; overall condition is 'good antique'. When you look at the blue under a strong light, there is a large diamond pattern in it. No chips or cracks, and stand 2.75 inches tall. Included is a small salt spoon marked: Nevada Silver D&A, (= silverplate, Daniel & Arter, c:1833+, England). Similar looking tray and bud vase shown in one of the pictures are being sold separately.
Antique castor condiment set. aka cruet set. Made by the Belmont Glass Co., pattern is 'Belmont Zipper' according to an e-mailer. Nice set; two bottles have glass finials; one has a metal sifter; other is a dry mustard jar. The bottles with the glass finials have teesny fleabites around top of finials, but nothing visually distracting. The bottles are 5.5 tall. The stand is 8.75 tall x 6.5 wide. The bottles could use a more thorough cleaning; soak in efferdent for good results. A great item to display on your antique breakfront! #1121cryau5.05
Gorgeous Miller Rogaska crystal cruet bottles. And a beautiful metal cruet stand as a free gift! These are contemporary cruets, but collectible, (not all items at estate sales are antiques), and do not look like they were used. The bottles are in the 'Soho' pattern, and have their original paper labels intact, as well as having etched signature at the bottom which reads: 'Miller Rogaska'; the paper label reads: Miller Rogaska Crystal Handmade Slovenia. They are a bit over 8 tall, and about 3 wide across bottom rim. No chips or cracks, just lovely! The stand was purchased at an estate sale at a different time, but these bottles fit very nicely in it! Perfect for use or just display! estcs