Eapg Alabama / Beaded Bullseye & Drape Water Pitcher
This is an EAPG water pitcher. The pattern, I believe, is called Beaded Bullseye and Drape or Alabama. It was manufactured by U. S. Glass Co., from 1899 until 1910. It is 8 inches tall and 4.75 inches in diameter. I believe that this is a very rare piece. I have looked over the entire internet, and cannot find another water pitcher. It does have one condition issue. On the bottom of the pitcher, there is a small chip, that I smoothed out, and a one inch hairline crack, at the same point. It does hold water, and the spot is not even noticable when the pitcher is sitting. I did take a picture of it so that you can get a good look. The price is due to the rarity of this piece, even with the chip / crack. If you have any questions, or if I am wrong on the pattern information, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
'Intaglio Sunflower' decanter (no stopper), with pressed floral and leaf design in clear glass. Bottom was not ground, so it wobbles slightly, otherwise in excellent condition without damage or cloudiness.
'Pattee Cross' open sugar bowl, with scalloped rim, thistle and diamonds in ovals design in clear pressed glass (pattern 15112). This pattern was first made by Richards & Hartley c. 1900 and later produced by US Glass. The 1912 Sears catalog lists this pattern as 'Gloria'.
'Princess Feather' footed spoon holder, with scalloped fluted rim, scrolls, diamonds and stippling in clear glass. This pattern was first made by Boston & Sandwich and Bakewell, Pears about 1880 and then later by U.S. Glass in 1899.
'King's Block' relish dish, pressed square/diamond with oval panels in clear glass (pattern 312). This pattern was first made by King Glass in 1879 and then by US Glass in 1881. Slight roughness on rim, no cloudiness or other problems.
'Broken Column' creamer, with optic ribs and scalloped rim in clear glass. This pattern was also known as 'Irish Column' or 'Notched Rib'. Tiny penpoint size nick on side of spout, otherwise in excellent condition without other damage or cloudiness.
Unusual design in a nice sized celery vase, US Glass (O'Hara), ca 1891. A large oval lens repeats 4 times around the top and 4 times around the lower section, with large and smaller stars filling the spaces between. Both areas are separated by a broad horizontal frosted band. The only findings which keep this from being pristine mint condition, are subtle small nicks on the sharp edge along the frosted section. Not noticeable until you look really closely. Glass is clean; green is just the reflection from plants outside my window. Height is 6 ¾ inches. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #584
This pretty green depression glass Strawberry Butter Dish LID-ONLY was made by U. S. Glass from 1928 to 1932. This Lid measures 4 3/4 inches inside the lid and 4 7/8 inches outside the lid. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks.
This pretty pink Strawberry depression glass 3 5/8 inches high 9 Ounce Tumbler was made by U. S. Glass from 1928 - 1931. This Tumbler can be hard to find. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches.
WOW you hardly find anything in this pattern so imagine my surprise and excitement when I found this Green Strawberry Depression Sherbet! Produced by U.S. Glass in the early 1930's this sherbet dish measures 3 ¼ inches tall and in 3 ¾ inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and looks as if hardly used! The normal air bubbles and minor imperfections found in depression patterns can be seen but all are a normal part of this glass, it takes nothing away! The sherbet is the easiest piece of this pattern to find, but lately these aren't even showing up! Many collectors of Strawberry also collect Cherryberry being there are so few pieces in both patterns and the same mould was used for both! Give a perfect gift to your favorite collector!
WOW you hardly find anything in this pattern so imagine my surprise and excitement when I found this Pink Cherryberry Depression Sherbet! Produced by U.S. Glass from 1928 -31 this sherbet dish measures 3 ¼ inches tall and in 3 ¾ inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and looks as if hardly used! The normal air bubbles and minor imperfections found in depression patterns can be seen but all are a normal part of this glass, it takes nothing away! The sherbet is the easiest piece of this pattern to find, but lately these aren't even showing up! Many collectors of Cherryberry also collect Strawberry being there are so few pieces in both patterns and the same mould was used for both! Give a perfect gift to your favorite collector!
WOW you hardly find anything in this pattern so imagine my surprise and excitement when I found this Green Cherryberry Deep Berry Bowl! Produced by U.S. Glass from 1928 - 31 this wonderful bowl measures 7 ½ inches in diameter and 3 inches deep. This is the largest of the bowls made in this pattern and is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Minimal signs of use can be seen and the normal imperfections in depression glass. Many collectors of Strawberry also collect Cherryberry being there are so few pieces in both patterns and the same mould was used for both!
Antique Us Glass Floral Diamond Band Green Depression Sherbets
US Glass Floral Diamond Band Green Depression Sherbets. This pattern was produced in the late 1920's, it features a lovely pattern of flowers with a diamond band around the edge and a swirled starburst in the bottom. These sherbets are 3 1/2 inches tall and 3 1/2 inches across the mouth, all four are in lovely condition, there is some mold roughness as these are early pieces. This set would be a lovely addition to your collection!
U.s. Glass - Green Depression Breakfast Bowl, Attached Plate
Breakfast Bowl with attached under plate and marked on bottom with the USG emblems in the center. Size: Bowl is 5 inches across, under plate measures 6 ½ inches across. Nice condition, few straw marks, use scratches, no chips. Color: Green, glows under black light Would make a nice mayonnaise or dip set as well!
Green uranium cream and sugar set from US Glass. Has a paneled shape with a wheel cut floral pattern. Sugar bowl is in excellent condition. Creamer has nicks and chips on the rim. Creamer stands 3 tall by 5 wide. Sugar is 2 1/2 tall by 5 5/8 wide.
FOR SALE IS A PAIR OF CRYSTAL SHERBETS AND SHERBET PLATES IN THE CRACKLE PATTERN MADE BY EITHER McKEE, U.S. GLASS, OR FEDERAL GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1924. THE PLATES ARE 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND THE SHERBETS ARE 3 INCHES HIGH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH OUT CHIPS.
FOR SALE IS A CRYSTAL CARAFE IN THE LATE BLOCK OR WAFFLE BLOCK PATTERN MADE THE BY THE U.S. GLASS GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1891. THE CARAFE IS 8 INCHES HIGH AND ABOUT 5 1/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITHOUT CHIPS OR CRACKS. THE CARAFE HAS STRAW MARK OR MIS MOLD ON THE SIDE.
Floral & Diamond Band Green Sherbet Depression Glass
Floral & Diamond Band Green Sherbet Depression Glass Light mint green transparent glass, florescent, it glows under black light. The pattern has a leaf swirl in bottom of bowl - swirling upwards from stem. The sides have two rows of diamonds with stippled centers. Seam line sides have a flower. Made by the U. S. Glass Company in late 1920s. This is the Low Sherbet or stemmed dessert dish. Measures approx 3 3/8 inches high X 3.75 inches diameter at top. NO chips, cracks or stains. We have several, one has 1 tiny flea on rim. One has some seam roughness or fleas around the base edge. Price is for one. Best go first.
What a beautiful Blue Aunt Polly Flat Tumbler! Produced by U.S. Glass Company in the late 1920s this tumbler measures 3 ¾ inches tall. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and hardly looks used! Add this hard to find tumbler to your collection today!
Green Panelled Dogwood Fruit Console Bowl Us Glass
US Glass produced this rich deep green glass with gold gilt large fruit bowl in the pattern known as Panelled Dogwood circa 1908. It is approximately 11.50 inches long, 3.50 inches tall and 7.25 inches deep. There are straw marks from the manufacturing process, a couple of inclusion bubbles, a rough mold seam as shown and wear to the gold gilt especially a the top edge. Inside the bowl there is very little wear that you can see. Other then mentioned there are no nicks, chips or cracks.
Wonderful vase in the pattern known as Berlin a.k.a. Reeded waffle by US Glass circa 1891. It is approximately 6.00 inches tall and the opening is approximately 3.50 inches in diameter. It does have one small flake chip on the underside of the base and there is tableware. There are a couple small light scratch marks, but there is no sickness to this vase at all.
2 Swanky Swig Ice Tea Green W/ White Horse & Buggy
Featured for your enjoyment is a great pair of swanky swigs from about the 50's. These are a forest green glass with white enameled horse and buggy on them. We have one called Open Sleigh and one called The Hansom . Both are ice tea glasses and in excellent condition They stand 6 1/2 tall by 2 3/4 wide.
FOR SALE IS A PAIR OF SMALL BOWLS WITH GILT IN THE PANELED 44 OR REVERSE 44 PATTERN MADE BY THE U.S.GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1912. THE BOWLS ARE 2 3/4 INCH HIGH X 4 1/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND HAVE STRAW MARKS. THE BOWLS ARE IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS, AND GILT IS WORN.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful piece of U.S. Glass. This is their late 20's Floral and Diamond Band sherbet in the green. I have 3 of these up for sale. They all have a little rough mold line around the rim. They stand 3 3/8 tall by 3 1/2 wide. These are for sale as singles.
Classic Flared Rim Bowl With Floral And Leaf Cutting
This classic flared rim bowl has a very pretty floral and leaf cutting that probably dates back to the 1930s - 1940s. This bowl has the shape of US Glass Sweet Pea No 179. The top rim is approximately 8.25 inches in diameter; base is approximately 4.50 inches in diameter and approximately 3.25 inches tall. This bowl is in good condition with no nicks, chips or cracks, but does have some light minor scratching that can be seen in bright reflective light.
FOR SALE IS A GREEN FOOTED BOWL WITH GOLD TRIM IN THE DELAWARE (NEW CENTURY OR FOUR PETAL FLOWER) PATTERN MADE BY THE U.S. GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1899. THE BOWL IS 8 INCHES IN DIAMETER 3 1/4 INCHES HIGH, AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITHOUT CHIPS OR CRACKS. THE GOLD TRIM WORN BUT IN GOOD CONDITION, AND HAS A MOLDING ISSUE ON THE FOOT. (not a chip)
FOR SALE IS AN ANTIQUE CRYSTAL PICKLE DISH IN THE IOWA PATTERN (#15069) MADE BY U.S. GLASS COMPANY AS PART OF THEIR STATES SERIES (PRE 1930). THE DISH IS 8 1/4 LONG X 4 WIDE AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.
FOR SALE IS A SATIN CRYSTAL HOBNAIL BOWL WITH CANARY YELLOW TRIM IN THE HOBBS HOBNAIL PATTERN MADE BY HOBBS OR U.S.GLASS CIRCA 1891. THE BOWL IS 3 1/4 INCHES HIGH X 7 1/2 INCHES ACROSS, AND IS IN GOOD CONDITION, THERE IS A CHIP ON THE UNDERSIDE ON A HOB.
FOR SALE IS A PAIR OF CRYSTAL OCTAGON SHERBETS AND SHERBET PLATES IN THE CRACKLE PATTERN MADE BY EITHER McKEE, U.S. GLASS, OR FEDERAL GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1924. THE PLATES ARE 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND THE SHERBETS ARE 3 INCHES HIGH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH OUT CHIPS.
Offering these five elegant green stretch glass plates, beautiful simple, pattern, base glass is a rich medium green, exquisite iridescent rainbow colors of gold, rose, blue, purple, and pink. Measures 8 inches diameter. Good+++ condition, no cracks or chips. Slightly footed bottom edge of center has been ground smooth. Maker was US Glass, circa 1920's. Exquisite plates for your holiday table, beautiful pieces to use any time! Shipping/insurance for most US addresses will be $8.25