Made by US Glass, c. 1902. Both pieces are yellow stained and clear with enamel carnation and leaf decoration. The sugar bowl is missing the lid and will function well as an open sugar (no tell-tale rim). The carnations on both sides of the sugar bowl have faded to the barest outline. There is a 1/8 surface mark on one panel. The creamer has retained the enameled pink and white carnation on both sides. There is a ¼ outside only crack near the handle. Bases and rims of both pieces are perfect. Sugar 4 h x 4 ¼ d; creamer 4 ½ base to lip x 3 ¼ w. (6240+6242) Keywords: EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, antique glass, tableware, States Pattern
Made by Ripley, c. 1885. 6 ¼ h x 2 ¾ w. This is a set of 4 perfect goblets. All are etched on 2 sides with maple leaves and a plant with thin leaves and buds. The stem and bottom of the bowl are distinctive. Let your guests appreciate your elegant water or wine goblets. (6230-33) Keywords: EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, antique glass, stemware
Also known as Blue Bird and Flying Bird and Strawberry, this charming pattern was produced by the Indiana Glass Co. circa 1914. This is the lemonade tumbler and measures 4 3/8 high. The tumbler is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Antique Eapg Vaseline Cathedral Fish Shaped Relish
This charming piece is part of the Cathedral pattern, also known as Orion long, 4 1/4 wide and 1 1/4 high (3 3/4 to the top of the tail). In beautiful Vaseline, the piece is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Antique Eapg Good Luck/horseshoe High Std. Cake Stand
Also known as Prayer Mat or Prayer Rug, this attractive pattern was produced by Adams wide, 6 1/2 high and is free of any chips, cracks, nicks or discolorations. The surface of the plate is free of any noticeable utensil marks.
Made by Riverside Glass Works, c. 1883. This low 8 1/4 covered bowl sits on 3 feet. 3 3/4 h. without lid, 8 1/2 h. with lid. Finial, feet, cover and bowl rims perfect. On the lid there are 2 areas of manufacturing u shaped flaws, one with 5 U s, and one with 2 U's . An amazing piece. (6235x) Keywords: pattern glass, EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, insect
Made by McKee, c.1859. Brilliant, clear flint, just shy of 8 h x 4 1/2 w, 3 1/2 base diameter. Under rim shows wear. One tiny black speck embedded in base and another in base rim. No chips or damage, excellent condition. (6239) Keywords: pattern glass, EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, early flint
Unique vintage crystal glass ribbed honey pot (or sugar, condiments, etc.) with silvertone lid and shell shaped dipper. Unsigned. 3-1/2 in diameter and 4-1/2 tall. Fine condition with no damage. 1960-70s.
Nice vintage green glass rose bowl with a folded rim and diamond pattern on its side. Rose bowls were used to float fragrant flowers on water in the center of the dining table. Unsigned. 5-1/2 in diameter. Very good condition with no damage. 1930-50s.
This vase by Duncan no.30, ca 1897-1912 is unusually tall at 10 ½ inches. I did not find this size in my books, which may mean the size is fairly uncommon for the pattern. It is bright and clear glass with no evidence of damage, no chips, cracks, etc. There are no known repros in this size/pattern. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 1/2 lbs. from 06068. #609
Great green color on this antique Daisy and Button bowl with panels. It resembles Hobbs Star bowl no.101, but it is NOT quite. It is NOT Duncan Ellrose or Amberette. It is NOT Clover either. I could not find a photo of this in my many antique glass books. I can't say who made it, but I can venture that it is not new, as in Fenton or some of the imports. My best guess would be Gillinder, but I wouldn't stake my life on it, since there is very little literature on Gillinder. Yet whatever patterns are identified as Gillinder's are very pretty like this bowl. Measures 8 3/8 inches across x 3 inches tall. There are 8 D very pretty color. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 1/2 lbs. from 06068. #605
Probably Pittsburgh area, c. 1835. Free blown and cut with strawberry diamonds and ellipses with fans. 4 h x 2 ¼ w. Wafer stem, polished pontil. High pitched, resonating bell toned flint. No damage, excellent condition. (4418) Keywords: early glass, free blown, eapg
Made by Beaver Falls Glass Co., c. 1880's. 3 ¾ h x 3 w. Very good pressing, lots of detail on birds, ferns and berries. Rim, base, surface are great - no damage. (3707) Keywords: water tumbler, tableware, antique glass, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass
Made by Ripley, c. 1891. 3 ¾ h x 2 7/8 w. Ruby flashing on one tumbler has some iridescence plus minor random scratch through loss on the lower half of one side. The other tumbler has no iridescence, has wear on the top rim and minor random scratch through loss on the ruby staining . There is surface wear on 6 of the bottom feet. (D114)
Antique 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Eapg Collectible Commemorative Goblet
Antique 1876 Philadelphia Centennial EAPG Collectible Commemorative Goblet. From Wikipedia; The Centennial International Exhibition of 1876, the first official Worlds Fair in the United States, was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia, from May 10 to November 10, 1876, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia. This goblet is 6-3/8 tall. It has a wrinkle in the glass (NOT a chip) at the rim that I couldn't capture in the photos but you can see the shadow of it in the final photo otherwise it is in good used condition with no chips or cracks. Please note that I have reversed the second and third photos so you can read the words but it actually reads from the outside.
Made by Duncan, c. 1890. 5 h. base to lip. Base - 3 ¾ d. Also called Sequoia or Bagware. Clear glass throughout. No chips. Not original stopper. Stopper has flat ¼ surface flake at bottom of the neck. (6228)
Made by the West Virginia Glass Co., c. 1895. Each cup is 2 ½ h x 3 w. Applied handles. Great lush gold with almost no signs of wear. All in perfect condition, rims, base, handles without chips or nicks. (6227)
Eapg Antique Dakota Fern & Berry Engraved Cake Stand
Also known as Baby Thumbprint and Thumbprint Band, this attractive pattern was originally produced by Ripley wide and 6 1/2 tall (7 1/8 tall to the top of the gallery or icing lip). Free of any chips, cracks or discolorations, there are a few untensil marks. Not really noticeable and do not detract from the appearance.
Antique Eapg Rare Kansas/jewel W/dewdrop Cake Stand
One of the states patterns produced by U.S. Glass, Kansas is also sometimes known as Jewel w/Dewdrop. U.S. Glass produced this pattern circa 1901. This magnificent high standard antique cake stand features a scalloped gallery edge or icing lip. This beauty measures 10 wide and stands 6 1/4 tall. In very good condition, it is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations and has very few untensil marks which are barely noticeable.
Wonderful old piece of EAPG. This old molasses or syrup has a tin lid and stamped on the rim of this lid is PAT 1915. I can not read it all. Some minor flash rust on the lid and the spout is chipped with a flake chip. It stands 4 ½ tall by 4 long and 3 across.
A footed paneled Early American Pattern Glass Pitcher in very good condition. Nice clean lines, with the handle being squared off on the top. The pitcher measures from 5 1/2 in. to 6 1/2 in. Shipping weight is 2 lbs.
Made by Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton, c. 1890. 8 3/8 h. base to lip x 4 ½ w. Each side features a standing buck with a large rack positioned near an oak tree. There is a ¼ long outside surface check in which you can catch your fingernail. Rim, base and handle are perfect. (5799)
George Duncan produced their pattern #150, better known as frosted ribbon or ribbon circa 1878. It was later produced by U.S. Glass circa 1891. These large covered sugar bowls are often used as candy jars today. This attractive covered sugar bowl measures 9 high to the top of the finial and 5 1/2 wide. Both top and bottom are free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as Blader, Hand and Kamoni, this is one of the states patterns issued by U.S. Glass circa 1898. This domed butter dish is the table size and measures 8 1/4 wide and 5 1/2 high to the top of the finial on the lid. The top and bottom are free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as crescent and fan, this attractive pattern was produced circa 1900. Although the maker is not known, U. S. Glass was one of the only companies making pattern glass at this time. The quality of the glass is excellent and this lovely rose bowl/vase is sparkling clear. The rose bowl measures 5 1/2 high and 6 wide at it's widest point. Brilliantly clear, the vase is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Small covered trinket box by Dithridge Glass. Has the scrolling pattern on both the lid and bottom. Does have a chip under the lid, the lids rim and one corner, doesn't show at all when the lid is on. Together it stnda 1 ¾ tall by 4 ¼ long and 2 ¾ wide.
Made by Adams h. base to lip, 4 7/8 base diameter. Applied handle. Great ruby staining with leaf, berry and tendril engraving on 2 sides. Clear and sparkling glass on handle and below ruby staining. An elegant shape. No chips, cracks or nicks, a pristine example. (6222)
An 11 EAPG sandwich style deep plate. This type of plate was in vogue during the 1870s. Made by Campbell Jones and Co 1877. It is a prayer plate with a beaded edge and the phrase Give us this day our daily bread all around. This plate is in excellent condition.
A 6 EAPG sandwich style nursery or child's plate. This type of plate was in vogue during the 1870s. Made by Campbell Jones and Co ca 1877. It is a nursery or child's plate with a scalloped edge and the alphabet all around the verge. This antique plate is in excellent condition.
Antique Arched Fleur De Lis Pattern Glass Butter Dish
Sometimes known as Late Fleur de Lis, This attractive pattern was first produced by Bryce, Higbee circa 1898 and continued by J.B. Higbee Co. circa 1907. This handsome butter dish measures 5 1/2 high and 7 3/4 wide. Other than one small nick on the flange, both top and bottom are in excellent condition and free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Originally identified as pattern #40, this attractive pattern is commonly known as Bassettown and produced by George Duncan high and 3 1/2 wide. It is clear and free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as Empire and La Clede, Hickman was produced by McKee high and 1 1/2 wide. The shaker is 3 1/8 high and 1 1/4 wide and the salt is 1/2 high and 2 wide. The pieces are free of chips or cracks.
Also known as Romeo and Block with Fan, this well designed pattern was produced by Richards high (9 1/4 to the top of the stopper) and 3 1/4 wide. It holds approx. 12 oz. Both bottle and stopper are free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as Scroll w/ Flowers, this interesting 19th century pattern was produced by McKee Bros. Glass Co. of circa 1882. The pattern features a number of motifs with an attractive patterned handle. This pitcher measures 7 1/4 high and 4 3/8 wide at the top. Beautifully clear and free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
1908 Eapg Saratoga Red Block Ruby Stained Souvenir Mug
Antique, Early American Pattern Glass Saratoga Race Course personalized souvenir glass mug. Ruby red stained crystal in Red Block pattern. Cut-to-clear words, flowers and flying bird. Mug displays the names Saratoga and Jeter, and the year 1908. The base has a star pattern. Red Block pattern was first produced by Doyle and Company, and was known as their number 250 pattern. It was reissued by U.S. Glass, and also copied by Fostoria. Made in USA. Size: 3 1/8 inches tall; 2 1/2 inches diameter. Condition: Couple of small chips on the inside edge of rim; chip on side of one of the raised triangles within the pattern.
'Jersey Lily' large clear square water pitcher with pressed medallion design. This pattern is also known as 'Lacy Valance' or 'Center Medallion'. Jersey Lily was the nickname of famed actress Lily Langtry.
Wonderful old goblet from Indiana Glass. This is their 1906 pattern Nogi AKA Amulet with the gold rim. There is some minor wear to the gold rim and one tiny nick under one petal of the foot. It stands 6 ½ tall by 3 ½ wide.
Tarentum's Virginia Antque Victorian Era Cake Stand
Tarentum Glass Co. of Tarentum, Pennsylvania produced excellent quality pattern glass in beautifully designed patterns. This pattern was called Virginia and was made circa 1894. This magnificent high standard large cake stand features an all over pattern with a sawtooth gallery edge or icing lip. This beauty has generous dimensions, measuring 10 wide and 6 high. There is a deep brandy well. The cake stand has a flake on the bottom edge of the foot, otherwise, the cake stand surface and gallery edge are free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Pressed white opaline glass sherbet with crossed fern design and scalloped rim. Generally in good condition: one has a small chip on the foot mold line and another has a dark spot embedded in the glass along a mold line.
Made by the Adams Glass Co., c. 1881. Also calaled Horseshoe or Prayer Rug. 4 1/8 h x 2 w. A difficult piece to find in this pattern. Clear glass, excellent condition, no nicks, chips, scratches or flaws. (ZG187) Keywords: eapg, rare, Early American Pattern Glass, stemware, antique glass
The bootee is a product of the King Glass Co., c. 1880. 3 1/2 l x 2 h. (sole to back of heel). There is a very hard to see 5/16 crack positioned 1/2 from the center front seam, running down from the top rim, and one tiny inside front edge nick. The boot is a product of the Mosser Glass Co., 3 1/2 l x 4 1/4 h. Finecut pattern overall with 7 buttown down one sidde and a tassel in front. Excellent condition. (4650) Keywords: novelty, shoe, slipper, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass
Victorian Eapg Roman Rosette High Standard Cake Stand
The earliest production of this pattern is attributed to the Portland Glass Co., this pattern is best known as a Bryce, Walker wide and 6.25 tall. This magnificent victorian beauty is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Victorian Eapg Cut Log High Standard Cake Stand/salver
Originally called Ethol and also known as Cat's Eye wide and 5 7/8 high. This stunning cake stand is free of any chips, cracks, discolorations or stains. There are few untensil marks, none that can be noticed.
Also known as Paneled English Hobnail w/prisims and Siamese Necklace, Mardi Gras (Duncan #42) was produced by George Duncan high and 3.25 wide. There is a rough feeling spot on the ring above the foot that you really have to feel for to notice. Otherwise, the creamer is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Rare Antique Child/toy Nursery Rhyme 7 Pc. Water Set
This charming early 20th century pattern is called Nursery Rhyme as the pieces depict various children's rhymes such as Little Red Riding Hood. I have seen the pattern attributed to U.S. Glass circa the 1890's and to Cambridge Glass circa 1900. This wonderful set consists of a miniature water pitcher high and 2 3/8 wide. Each of the tumblers measaures 1 7/8 high and 1 3/8 wide. All seven pieces are free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Vintage Green Eapg Pressed Early American Pattern Glass Vase Old Art
Scalloped rim, 8 sided stem, raised intricate pattern name unknown. Measures 6 inches tall. Gently Used. No chips, cracks. There is one teenie flea on the stem. Was Gold Gilt trimmed but is mostly worn away. A wonderful addition to your Decor or Collection. Price is for one.
Maker unknown, c. 1875. 6 1/4 h x 3 1/4 w. Reference Unitt, American and Canadian Goblets, pg. 189. Frosted and clear. Base has a 1/4 underbase chip and across from it a slightly smaller chip plus 2 base rim nicks to the side. (6150) Keywords: antique glass, EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, stemware
Also known as Vermont Honeycomb, Honeycomb w/Flower Rim and Inverted Thumbprint with Daisy Band, this attractive pattern was produced by U. S. Glass as one of the states patterns circa 1899. This rare find is the butter dish in Emerald Green and features the charming feathers on the feet and finial. The butter dish measures 6 3/4 wide and 6 high. Both the lid and base are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as Blazing Pinwheels and Foral Diamond, this attractive pattern is attributed to U. S. Glass circa 1895. This lovely cake stand measures 9 wide and 3 3/4 high. The cake stand is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations. There is a small flake on the edge of the bottom of the foot that is not very noticeable but can be felt.
Also known as Dinner Bell and Fine Cut Band, this charming pattern is attributed to Adams wide and stands 6 high. The cake stand is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or discolorations. There are some utensil marks.
This lovely victorian pattern is called Palm Leaf Fan and is attributed to Bryce, Higbee circa 1905. This attractive cake stand measures 9 1/2 wide and stands 4 1/2 tall. In excellent condition, there are no chips, cracks or discolorations.
Also known as Peacock Eye, this attractive pattern is origianlly attributed to Richards wide and stands 5 1/4 tall. The cake stand is in excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
This whimsical pattern, also known as double loop figure eight is attributed to Bryce Bros. circa 1885 and later by U.S. Glass circa 1891. This attractive pattern features the pateern in the stem as well as the plate. The cake stand measures 9 wide and 4.25 high. The cake stand is in excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks or discolorations. There are few untensil marks that I can see and some bubbles.
Weighing almost a pound, this early flint master salt dish is in fair- good condition. It was first made in the 1880's, then by Duncan # 356, US Glass 1892, and is called All-over Diamond, or Diamond Block, or Duncan # 356, etc. The pattern is one of large diamonds with cut-off tips, and a 6-sided foot. Overall, from a distance it presents well, despite numerous small flakes as well as a few larger shallow flakes along the outer top, and a shallow chip on one tip of the foot. Measures 3 ¼ inches across x 2 ¾ inches tall. 3 mold lines; shear line noted. Green on photos is only a reflection from plants outside the window. Glass is clear and bright. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #592
Aptly nick-named design by Imperial Glass, ca 1904-1920's; original name Imperial Glass Co. # 292. Sugar bowl with no lid is slightly purpled, either from sun or age. There are no major cracks or large chips which are common in this design. I believe that the glass is relatively brittle. However, there are numerous small flakes, especially noted on the top of the handles and under the base scallops, with smaller knicks along the sharp edge of the top of the heart. Measures 7 ¼ inches across the handles, 4 inches OD of bowl top, and 4 ¾ inches tall to top of handles. Heavy glass. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #585
The detail on this compote is superb. Repros are known to exist, but I doubt that they would look anywhere near this good. According to Jenks original pieces have fine, high detail, as is seen here. This compote with lid is in very good condition, its only fault being a double broken bubble on the lid. The glass is medium grade, which is consistent with manufacture and age. It was made by Indiana Glass # 157, ca 1914. Measures 9 ½ inches tall and 6 3/8 inches across. I have seen ads which attribute this pattern to Beatty Glass, of similar vintage. In either case it is EAPG, which dates to approximately 1915. Quite heavy. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 6 lbs. from 06068. #578
Stunning High Standard (HS) compote in near-mint condition, with only scattered short light surface scratches, and slight roughness along the non-fire polished edges of the outer lid, but no significant chips or flakes. Also known as Diamond Bar, I don't know the maker, but by the style it is ca 1880's. One source places this pattern under King and Son at that time, but I don't trust the source. Measures 8 ¼ inches across, and a super 12 ½ inches in height, with wafer construction, also consistent with the period. Heavy and obviously fragile, this will take careful packing to ship. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 7 1/2 lbs. from 06068. #579
Made by US Glass, c. 1899. 8 1/2 l x 3 3/4 w. at center. Clear glass. All of the tiny edge beads are intact. On the rounded long outside edge the center of that edge has a 1/16 nick in which you can catch your fingernail. (5035) Keywords: Early American Pattern Glass, antique glass, eapg, dresser tray
Maker unknown, c. 1880. Also known as Quilted Diamond. 3 ¾ h x 2 5/8 w. Applied reeded handle with a daisy and button bottom. The mug is inscribed Chautauqua 1887 (?or 1889?) Lou. The color is a sparkling bright light amethyst. Excellent condition, no chips or nicks. (6219)
Made by Adams l x 7 1/8 w. This oval platter commemorates the operetta HMS Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan. The cap band of the character on the deck has the last 5 letters of the word Pinafore. Scalloped edges, base and shells are perfect. The inside left rim has a series of 6 surface nicks. (6220) Keywords: plate, tray, opera, EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, antique glass
c.1880's EAPG Queen Anne Bearded Man Creamer & Sugar Queen Anne #12006, LaBelle Glass Co., 1880, aka, Viking or Bearded Man This pattern, Queen Anne, is LaBelle Glass Company's #12006 and was issued c. 1880. It is also known as Viking or Bearded Man, due to the man's face as the pour spout. The handle and legs are solid glass bars or log-shaped pieces with embossed designs. The underside of the bowls have a diamond shaped design, similar to English hobnail. The creamer measures 4 ¾ in. tall x 5 ½ in. spout to handle x 3 ¼ in. across the opening. The sugar measures 4 ¾ in. tall X 3 ½ in. across the opening. There is a small thumbnail size mark in the side of the creamer. All pieces in this pattern are stately and bold. Shipping weight: 3 lbs.
Made by Sandwich, c. 1840. 9 ¾ d. The scallops on this octagonal dish are in amazingly fine condition, with just 2 underside chips, one of those on a corner. The central panel features 6 beehives, thistles and stars. On the border, bees alternate between acanthus leaves and scrolls. Very fine stippling. Perfect base rim. (6213) Keywords: Boston and Sandwich, antique glass, lacy glass, Early American Pattern Glass
A charming small cupped dish in a fan and cane pattern. This type of glass is commonly called EAPG for Early American Pressed or Pattern Glass. Made from the late 19th century until the early 20th. 2x5.5x3.5 Excellent condition.
American maker unknown for this pattern, c. 1875. 9 d x 8 h. with cover, 5 h. without cover. This compote has a patterned foot and a flower finial. Unlike many pieces, the pattern is on the inside of the glass, rather than the outside. The cover fits very well. The rim on which the lid rests has a series of small chatter marks on the outside edge which you can feel plus 2 flat flakes on the surface, the largest being 1/4 long. The underside of the lid rim has a 1 section of small chatter marks and a 1/8 flat surface flake. Under the base rim are 2 small chips, one about 1/8 , the other 1/4 . (146X) Keywords: comport, serving dish, antique glass, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass
Truncated Cone Salt Shakers With Ring Handle Stand
The shaker and stand are American, maker unknown, c. 1880's. The ring handle stand is a very good fit for these shakers, which are probably not original to the stand. Both stand and shakers in excellent condition, no chips or cracks. The tops are period but not identical - one is a tin star top, the other a pewter moon and star top. (G129) Keywords: salt and pepper, antique glass, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass
Snail was made by Duncan, c. 1891. 6 diameter . The glass is sparkling and clear. All of the snails and top rim are perfect. There are 3 shallow 1/8 diameter flakes on the very bottom base ring - 2 next to each other and a single. (5386) Keywords: vase, tableware, eapg, anatique glass, Early American Pattern Gl
A pair of early American pattern glass cordials in the Paneled Thistle pattern. One is slightly flared at the top rim, the other is straight. Both are in excellent condition. Unknown maker believed to have originated in Philadelphia, PA in the early 1900s.
Flute was made by several companies including Bakewell and McKee, c. 1860. This version has six cut flute panels, an applied handle, a polished pontil on an hexagonal base plus one rounded base section. 2 5/8 h x 2 ½ d. The unusual applied handle application features the bottom section being precisely and neatly folded loosely once, leaving two openings. Glass is very clear with an unbroken teardrop bubble on the main body section between the upper and lower handle. No damage. (3246) Keywords: early glass, flint glass, whiskey tumbler, Early American Pattern Glass, eapg
Made by Ripley d. x 10 high with cover, 6 1/8 without cover. It has a six paneled stem. Cover, base, finial are in excellent condition, no damage. The cover is a great fit. (5802) Keywords: eapg, Early American Pattern Glass, comport, antique glass
This beautiful pattern, is also known as Bird in Ring, Butterfly high to the top of the finial on the lid and 7 wide. The lid has a few minor nicks around the bottom of the edge, not noticable and can be felt rather than seen. The base is free of any chips or cracks.
Also known as Beaded Dewdrop, Wisconsin is one of the State series patterns produced by the U. S. Glass Co. circa 1903. This is a very rare condiment set consisting of the stand/tray, two mustard or condiment jars which would orignally have had lids and a pair of shakers. The stand does have some damage, there is a crack within the base and there is a chip where one of the jars sits. The crack can't be felt all of the way through and it is such a rare piece that I would not dream of separating it from the other pieces. The top rims of the shakers are rough as was typical of the way shakers were manufactured during this period (not finished off because they are not seen under the lids. One of the tops is missing. Please see all of the photos. The measurements are as follows: Tray - 7 5/8 long, 5 3/8 wide and 5 1/2 high. Jars - 2 high and 3 wide. Shakers - 3 3/8 high and 1 3/4 wide.
Antique Eapg Boston & Sandwich Arched Grape Goblet
This attractive pattern is attribued to Boston high and 3 1/8 wide at the mouth. The goblet is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations. There is some extra glass on the top of one of the seam edges, can be felt but not noticeable.
This charming pattern called Canadian is attributed to the Burlington Glass Works of Canada in the 1870's. The pattern is distinquished by panels featuring wooded scenes alternating with stippled background of maple leaves. This attractive goblet measures 6 1/4 high and 3 wide at the mouth. The goblet is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.
Sometimes known as Victor, Blazing Pinwheels and Floral Diamond, this handsome pattern was produced by the U. S. Glass Co. circa 1895. This attractive piece is the footed Banana Stand which measures 9 3/8 long, 5 1/2 wide and stands 4-7 1/4 tall. The stand is free of any chips, cracks or discolorations.