Dugan Daisy And Plume Ice Blue Opalescent Rose Bowl
Stunning piece of glass from Dugan Glass. This is their Daisy and Plume pattern from the early 1900's. It is done in an ice blue with an opalescent rim. Stands on 3 legs which each have 2 small holes added for style. These are not seen on many of this pattern. There is a long straw mark across one of the daisies. The rim has 3 tiny dark spots where the glass barely formed correctly. These are NOT nicks. It is carbon from the glass making process left in the glass. It is in excellent condition and stands 5 1/4 tall by 7 1/2 long and 6 wide.
Wonderful set of antique candle sticks. These were made by a few makers but the most well known is from Westmoreland Glass. They are slightly sun purpled from age. One has a nick to the dorsal fin, not noticeable but felt. They stand on a square base with a vertical rib pattern. Petal like candle holder top. Secondary base just under the dolphin reflects the main base. They stand 5 1/8 tall by 3 square. Free shipping within the United States.
Made by McKee, c. 1898. Emerald green and gold flashed. Flashing is moderately good. A short stemmed vessel measuring 4 ½ h x 3 ¼ d. Excellent condition except for some wear on the gold. (#5002) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Probably a Central Glass Co. product , c. 1885. Evenly spaced 6 pointed stars surround the mug. Excellent condition. 2 ½ d x 3 ¼ h. (#5310) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature early american pattern pressed child's dishes play
This mug features a windmill, house and trees on one side , a castle on rocks, a bridge and trees on the other side. Probably made in the 1880's. Two 1/16 flakes and one 1/8 flake on lower outer rim. 2 ¾ d x 2 7/8 h. (#5359) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature early american pattern pressed child's dishes play
Wonderful antique syrup made by Heisey Glass. It is marked with the H in a diamond on both sides of the spout. It has a deep cut rose pattern with sprigs of buds about. Very thin vertical lines are the backdrop. Some tiny flea bits inside the rim under the lid. Stands 5 tall with the lid handle by 4 1/2 wide. Dates to around 1910. Free shipping within the United States.
We have a large and old open sugar bowl from U.S. Glass. This is their 1898 pattern, Massachusetts. Lovely arch pattern outlined with a rib pattern. It does have many small nicks inside the rim. It stands an impressive 3 3/4 tall by 6 1/2 across the handles.
Brilliant Square glass bowl from the NUCUT line # 5316A of Imperial glass circa 1911. This bowl is approximately 6.00 inches square and approximately 2.25 inches tall with the NUCUT mark in the bottom of the bowl. There are nicks and a couple of chips on the teeth of the bowl that are common with a bowl of this age, but the inside looks like it was never used. There are also a couple of straw marks and inclusion bubbles from the manufacturer. This bowl dances the light around beautifully and just enhances the pattern design of the bowl.
Antique Adams (the areas that are chipped are smooth, so these are very old flaws). You could just use the base as a spooner or celery holder or leave as is or use as a sugar or candy jar. It shows up yellow under UV/black light. barkau#1688-3/07
Very attractive antique pattern pressed glass pedestal spooner. c: pre 1916. It shows up yellow under UV/black light. It has 4 mold lines; no cracks; one tiny flake off the interior edge, (not noticeable by sight). It stands 6.5 tall x 4.25 wide. Some roughness around bottom edge rim and a small scratch. Displays great. est3/07
Flint Sawtooth pattern with rounded edges. Polished pontil. Internal circular crack part way around bar lip. Original stopper has damaged end. 14 ¾ to top of stopper. C.1865. Among the companies making Sawtooth were McKee, Gillinder, Bryce. Long teardrops of enclosed glass bubbles stream down one portion of the decanter. (#H163) Key Words: pattern glass pressed EAPG Victorian early american pattern glass
Modern era bottles - probably 1950-1970. Polished pontils on bottoms and cut and polished top surface of stoppers. Unknown maker. 9 5/8 to top of stopper. Undamaged. (#4349) Key Words: pattern glass pressed EAPG Victorian early american pattern glass
A set of 12 round mint condition Mardi Gras (D&M 42) individual salts in their original box. Mardi Gras was made by Duncan & Miller c. 1898. The box bottom has yellowed wide clear tape on all 4 sides. The outside corners of the lid also have yellowed wide tape plus 3 narrower pieces of tape on 3 inside corners and one corner where the tape has been lost (ages ago). Having said this, the cardboard itself is in reasonably good condition. (#M177) key words: eapg, early american pattern glass
A crystal stemed wine goblet with flutes that go into the stem, the pattern is similar to Colonial. SIZE: 5 inches height, 2 ½ inches base, and 3 inches across top rim. CONDITION: used, minor use scratches. I've been told this is likely Duncan Miller Glass.
Maker: U.S. Glass - Pattern: New Hampshire - Date: 1903 - Condition: cloudiness to glass, few corner chips, probably had gold trim at one point, none remains - Size: 4 inches height, 2 ¾ inches across base, 2 5/8 across top rim - Reference: Pressed Glass 1860-1930 (1999) pg. 136
Some collectors of Lion glass believe this was originally a jar lid. I have not seen any documentation of the maker or original use. It is a superb piece of glass. You will find in raised letters on the center back the word PENDING . My assumption is that the patent was pending on this design. Great detail in eyes, nose and mouth. Frosted glass. 3 ½ d. x 1 7/8 h. Three miniscule flakes on the front at 4 and 5 o'clock. (#4860) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
These wines were produced by Fenton c. 1937 as part of their Historic America Series. The pattern is ribbed with an oval medallion on each side depicting 2 buildings from Ft. Dearborn. Under each oval are the words Fort Dearborn. Excellent condition. Both are in excellent condition. Price is for the pair. (#5274) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Westward HO EAPG Pattern Glass Footed Sauce Dish. Originally called Pioneer and made by Gillinder & sons of Philadelphia about 1879. Has also been called Tippecanoe. This one is probably reproduced. Age and Maker unknown. Measures 4 inches diameter at top and is 2 7/8 inches high. It is pressed glass with raised designs around side with grass on underside of bowl. Designs include Evergreen Trees - Log Cabin - Leaping Deer - Buffalo - Mountains. It is clear glass - with frosted sides. NO chips - cracks - scratches - stains. Would serve as a jelly - sherbert / sherbet dish. Great addition to any Westward HO Western Dinnerware or Glassware set.
Eapg Imperial Glass Slewed Horseshoe Clear Punch Cup
EAPG Imperial Glass Slewed Horseshoe Clear Punch Cup. This pattern was originally made by US Glass Company in the earyl 1900s. Their cup had ridges on the handle. These cups have plain smooth handles. I believe they were made by The Imperial Glass Company - but am not certain as they are unmarked. + Measure 2 1/8 inches high X 2 7/8 inches diameter at top. NO chips - cracks - stains. Possible minuscule signs of usage. They are a pressed glass pattern with a fancy - slightly tilted horse shoe - diamonds - and starbursts. Very pretty replacement cups for your Punch Bowl Set.
Vintage glass posey vase. pre 1916. Looks like flint glass; (exterior is sharp, but not as sharp as cut glass); also makes a flinty sound when tapped but it glows yellow under a UV light so it could not be Flint glass. It has a small flake off bottom rim edge; and is 4 tall. And, some wear around interior top lip. 3 mold lines. You could use it as a holder for small spoons or hatpins. 11-06-est
Horn of Plenty was made by Sandwich and Mckee, c. 1850. These sauces are bell-toned flint. They are a good size, measuring 4 3/8 d x 1 ¼ h. All are in excellent condition. (#4140) keywords: early american pattern glass eapg sauce dishes
The Dakota pattern is a product of Ripley d x 8 3/4 h. The top rim has about a 3 ½ section that cooled too quickly causing the rim to be out of true round. Except for this anomaly, excellent condition. (#5588) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Early Glass Compote - Open Plaid - Central Glass 1885
This nice antique glass compote is called Open Plaid AKA Basketweave. It was made by Central Glass c. 1885. In excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Measures 6-1/2 inches tall and 7 inches wide. A great piece to add to an EAPG collection. ADD $8.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Riverside glass produced this EAPG vase in the pattern known as Oneata a.k.a. Chimo circa 1907. It is approximately 8.00 inches tall and the top flared rim is approximately 5.00 inches in diameter. There is a chip and couple of nicks on the foot as shown and a small .25 inch crack that appears to be on the mold line. You also can feel a few pinpoints on the vase body, but they aren't noticeable. The glass itself is clear and brilliant and looks like it had little to no use and no cloudiness or signs of sickness. Warning this piece is a very heavy piece of EAPG.
Made by the Greentown Glass Company, circa 1900. Greentown's Holly pattern has highly detailed leaves. This is a two handled pickle or relish dish - 8 7/8 long (handle to handle) by 4 diameter. In excellent condition. (#4658) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Produced in the 1880's, the maker is unknown. This is a spectacular mug in size and color. It is larger than most, measuring 3 ¾ h x 3 ¾ d. Excellent condition. (#5325) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature early american pattern pressed child's dishes play
The Two Band pattern is a product of the late 1880's. This handled low standard compote is 7 5/8 d x 8 ¾ h. There is a ½ x 3/8 on the bottom of one base handle. A chip shears off one side of the finial on the lid. There is a ¼ chip inside the lid cover. (#5025) keywords: eapg early american pattern glass
A flint pattern produced by the Boston h. The applied handle has a ¼ section at the side bottom which is sharp, most likely where a small piece of rigaree was snapped off. There is a very well executed v fold at the base of the applied handle. Excellent condition. (#5615) keywords: eapg fling glass early american pattern
The paperweight has a polished, ground base. The lower half features 4-5 rows of controlled bubbles. Just above the bubbles rests a container stating CAST BY . The container is emitting a stream (of glass) into a rectangular tray which says FINDLAY . Excellent condition. (#5621) Key Words: Victorian glass, Historical, commemorative, EAPG, Early American pattern glass, pressed desk accessories paper weight
The 101 (one o one or one hundred and one) pattern was made by George Duncan Burlington mark at each end of the handle. The mark is usually found at the bottom end of the handle, however this piece also has the mark at the upper end. There is a thin 1 long line of glass impurities adjacent to the lip, a few black impurities on the foot, and 3 small nicks on the upper central decorative band. The pitcher measures 9 base to lip. (#4901) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Dakota was made by Ripley high base to lip. It holds 3 ½ measured cups when filled to ¾ of rim. Great glass clarity, applied handle. Excellent condition. (#5499) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Made by Dugan Glass Co., c. 1904. The pattern name was originally New York. This blue tumbler with gold accents is 3 ¾ h x 2 ¾ d. Very good gold on the shells and the swag below the shells. Top rim gold is worn and missing in a 2 section. Glass condition is excellent. (5195) Key words: early american pattern glass EAPG Victorian pressed stemware, antique glass
An early bell-toned brilliant flint pattern of the 1850's - 60's. Classical elegance. Polished pontil under foot. Excellent condition. 4 5/8 h x 2 d. (#5097) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
The Amazon pattern was made by Bryce Bros. Stella 1904. Ruby flashing/staining and all points of the pattern are in excellent condition. 4 h x 2 d. (#5444) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
The popular Bellflower pattern is attributed to Boston and Sandwich Glass Company, circa 1860's, and was also made by many other glass companies. This wine is bell-toned flint. The pattern under the foot has rays extending from the center to about ¼ from the outside edges. 4 1/16 high x 1 ¾ diameter - in excellent condition. (#5115) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
The Boston and Sandwich Glass Company made the Hairpin pattern in circa 1850. A flint glass wine, but not bell-toned. 4 1/8 high x 1 ¾ diameter - in excellent condition. (#4669) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
The Dahlia pattern was made by the Portland Glass Company, circa 1865, and the Canton Glass Company, circa 1880. The pattern is very crisp on this piece. 5 high x 2 ½ diameter - in excellent condition. (#4930) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
The Austrian pattern was made by the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Co. (Greentown). This vase stands 10 tall, the largest size made. Excellent condition. (#5564) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
This low standard covered compote was made by Richards inner rim nicks under the lid. The inside bottom of the bowl is worn to almost a frosted look. 8 ½ d x 8 h. (#5166) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Made by the National Glass Co., c. 1901. These Eureka shakers have remnants of original gold stain between the elongated rectangles of the pattern. Both are in excellent condition. The tops are not original, but fit very well. (#5608) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG salt collectible
Us Glass New Hampshire Vase With Rose Stain A.k.a. Maidens Blush
US Glass produced this thick stem vase with Rose Stain also known as Maidens Blush in the pattern known as New Hampshire a.k.a. Bent Buckle circa 1903. This piece is approximately 6.37 inches tall and on the top rim, one of the teeth does have a nick to it as shown and the bottom does have a chip both are shown in the pictures. There are a couple of manufacturer straw marks and the rose stain does a have about 10% wear to it including a couple of small scratches in it. For those who do not know, Rose stain is much lighter then Ruby stain. The glass is clear and reflects light beautifully.
This bowl was produced in the pattern known as Tacoma a.k.a. Jewelled Diamond and Fan but a couple of companies such as Greensburg glass 1894, Model Flint Co #907 circa 1900 - 1903. This bowl is the sauce bowl and is approximately 4.37 inches in diameter and 2.25 inches tall. There is very light scratching, and the bottom has a ground ring where in the picture you can see where it is rough in spots, and on the inside you can feel pin point raised spots in the glass, both are manufacturer defects, but do not take away from the look of this piece.
This large compote (comport) in the pattern known as Floral Oval a.k.a. Banner was first produced by Higbee glass circa 1910 then by New Martinsville circa 1918. It is approximately 6.75 inches tall and does have a small nick on one of the mold lines and another mold line is rough and some light scratching in a few areas. It also has some manufacturer's defects where it looks like something touched the hot glass as shown in the pictures along with a couple of inclusion bubbles. Even so the glass is very bright and highly reflective of light. This is very pretty piece that is not a common pattern.
Here's a large bowl made by Richards and Hartly, 1890 and also known as Georgia and Peacock Eye though Peacock Feather seems to be the more common name. This bowl measures 8-¼ across the top, and is 3-¼ inches in height and the base is 3-½ inches. There is a lip inside, so perhaps there was lid at one time, but I only have the bowl. Condition: has a few minor use chips/ appropriate wear for age around the top rim.
Eapg Clear Ashburton Grape Band Bryce Walker Spooner Spoon Holder
Clear period spooner in the Grape Band pattern (aka: Ashburton with Grape Band, Early Grape Band, Vine); designed by J. Bryce (Bryce, Walker with flaring ribbed foot and beaded rim. Condition: fritting and two chips to rim, tight hairline to side, possible 2nd tight hairline or straw mark to side; related age/use scratches to base bottom and inside bottom
6'' X 2 3/4'' X 4'' ht. satin pink glass, unmarked, pictured in Bedroom & Bathroom Glass, guaranteed old original, small flake on base 1/8'' hard to see in image, Salmon pink color, true color is closest to image of chip.
Featured for your enjoyment is a neat old sugar shaker. I do not believe the rusted tin lid is original as this has a very Victorian look with the prism like sides. It should have had a taller domed lid. At any rate the shaker is in excellent condition. Lid is rusted but not deep rust. Stands 4 1/4 tall by 2 1/4 wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is an antique vanity box with lid. This is from Dithridge Glass in their Ray End pattern. It comes with the original lid and about 60% of the original cold paint. The lid rim is rough with lots of little flea bites and tiny nicks but they could be smoothed out. Inside the box there are a few small nicks. Together it stands 1 3/4' tall by 4 1/2 long and 2 7/8' wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is this wonderful old castor bottle. This is either the jam or honey bottle. It has a etched leaf pattern on the neck and a sprig pattern just below that. It is missing the flip top lid but the ring is still attached. It stands 5 tall.
Jenkins EAPG celery dish in the pattern Thistle blow No. 514 a.k.a. Paneled Iris circa 1905. This has a wonderful design of crosscuts and diamonds along with plants that I am guessing that are suppose to be Irises and a lovely scalloped rim. This celery dish is approximately 10.25 inches long, 5.25 inches at the widest point and 2.00 inches tall. The scalloped rim is rough the whole way around with what feels like tiny nicks. This appears to be a molding defect as it is even around the whole top. The bottom ring also has a molding defect of an indent in the glass then there is a small flake chip. We tried to show both defects in pictures. The inside of the celery does have one straw mark, but shows very little use at all. This is a pretty pattern that is crisp, clean and very unusual that doesn't come around to often.
The Good Luck or Horseshoe pattern was made by Adams high foot to lip x 4 wide The design mold is crisp and clear. Excellent condition. (#I125) Key Words: early american pattern glass Victorian pressed EAPG
Owl and Horseshoe toy glass mug. Opaque white. Made by Atterbury 1880's. Excellent condition. 3 1/8 h x 3 3/8 w. (#5332) Key Words: childrens glass, Victorian toy glass, EAPG, miniature glass, pattern glass, pressed glass, child's, toy glass dishes, play
Lamb toy children's glass mug. Pale blue, an unusual color for this mug. Large unbroken encased bubble in collar base. Fine crizzled lines in bottom. Rim and handle perfect. Similar to some Iowa City Glass Co. mugs, c. 1881. 3 h x 2 3/4 w. (#5357) Victorian glass EAPG pattern pressed early american
This pattern was made by Bryce Bros., Doyle, & Hobbs Brockunier in the mid 1880's. Bredehoft's reference on Hobbs does not list a punch cup and because the glass is so pure, so clear, so sparkling, I venture a guess that this may have been a Bryce Bros. product as much of their glass was very high quality. These have wonderful applied ring handles. Set of 3. Excellent condition. (#5478) Key words: early american pattern glass victorian pressed EAPG
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old piece of glass. This is called a molasses can. They date to the mid 1800's from what I gather. This very old piece is a thick glass blown in the mold. There is a rough pontiff on the bottom. It has a rounded pillar pattern. Excellent condition but does not have the original lid. Lovely piece standing 7 3/4 tall by about 4 3/4 wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is this wonderful old little bowl. I am not certain if it is a sherbet or an open salt, maybe a nut dish too. This is their 1910 pattern, Floral Oval. It is in great condition with very minor roughness around the rim. It stands 2 1/4 tall by 3 1/4 wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old shaker from Higbee Glass. I believe, from it's size, it is a sugar shaker. It has 6 sides with well defined points to each side. Star burst bottom patter with the Higbee Bee stamped into it. Now two side points and top rim just below the lid do have many very small, smoothed over, nicks from age. It has the original lid. Stands 4 5/8 tall by 2 1/2 across the bottom.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful piece of EAPG. This is from Dithridge Glass. It is a small vanity tray. Hair pins would still work on this. It has a scroll and fan pattern. does have wear to the gold trim otherwise excellent condition. Measures 9 long by 4 1/2 wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is a very old vanity tray from Dithridge Glass in New Brighten PA. This is their Ray End pattern from 1857 to 1901. Wonderful pattern to this old tray. It was made with gold decoration highlighting the pattern. This has long worn off. It does have a shallow chip on one end. I have tried to show this best I can. Few other very minor nicks around the rim. Wonderful old piece of glass. Measures 11 3/8 across by 8 5/8 wide. Marked 30 on the bottom
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old vanity box. This is made by Dithridge Glass in New Brighten PA. This is their Ray End pattern from 1857 to 1901. I do not believe it had a lid. I could be wrong. It does have small nicks about the rim and I do show a larger chip. That chip measures about 1 long by 1/32 deep so not as bad as it appears. Lots of the gold highlights remain on this piece. It stands on for corner feet 2 1/8 tall by 10 long and 3 1/2 wide. Marked 37 on the bottom.
Featured for your enjoyment is a set of three antique salts for the front of a persons place setting. All do have a roughness around the rim, common for something this old. They are a paneled shape with a star burst at the bottom. They stand 1 tall by 1 3/4 across.
McKee Glass produced this spoon tray in the pattern known as Fentec circa 1894 - 1914. This spoon tray is approximately 7.50 inches long, 4.50 inches wide and 1.50 inches tall. It is in good condition with what it look like to be approximately 30% wear to the gold gilt, and there is one small nick that you can feel more then you can see and to small for pictures plus it is hidden but the wear on the gold gilt. And then there is another small flake on the bottom along a point, which also was felt first then seen, and in also won't come out in a photograph. Neither defect affects the look of this piece, and other then the ones mentioned there are no other nicks, chips or cracks. The inside of this spoon tray looks like it was never used as there are no utensil or scratch marks that we can see in any light.
Eapg Glass Souvenir Ruby Flash Pitcher Allerton Iowa Ia
EAPG Glass Souvenir Ruby Flash Pitcher ALLERTON IOWA IA. Nice old Souvenir from Allerton Iowa. Clear inverted heart pressed glass design around the bottom with a starburst in the bottom itself. Upper portion is deep ruby flashed with gold gilt rim and wording. This Early American Pattern is called Heart Band. NO chips - cracks - one 1/4 inch & 3 smaller scratches & very light wear on flashing. Some wear to rim gold rim & lettering. Stands 4 inches tall.
This elegant rich looking oval consol bowl that has wonderfully designed scroll feet, and an interesting rib and checkered design with a scrolled shaped diamond motif on the bottom. It is approximately 10.50 inches long, 8.50 inches wide and 4.00 inches tall and in good condition with no nicks, chips or cracks. This is a pressed glass bowl, we have not been able to find the maker, but it has been suggested it might be English or German in origin. Judging on the table wear of the bottom of the feet this probably dates to early 1900s. There are little to no use marks on, but there are a couple of manufacturers straw marks and what looks to be a piece of ash embedded into the piece, both sound much worse then they are, and would not come out in photos.
Featured for your enjoyment is a stunning old pressed glass vase. I have looked and have not found a pattern name yet. It has the buzz saw pattern in a row with panels of 4 wheat like groupings in-between each buzz saw group. There are diamond point pattern diamonds near the base. It has a saw tooth rim and base. It stands 6 tall by 3 1/8 wide. It is in excellent condition.
Featured for your enjoyment is a lovely old creamer from Indiana Glass. This is their 1910-1920 pattern, Fluted Colonial. It was originally named Quadruped. It has a cut Star of Bethlehem on 4 panels. Stands on 4 tiny almost paw like feet. It is in excellent condition. Stands 4 1/4 tall by 4 3/4 wide.
Featured for your enjoyment is this stunning old celery dish, or a relish. It has a V like panel pattern with tiny beads running down the sections. These beads are then gold highlighted as well as the rim. It is in near mint condition. Stands 1 1/2 tall by 7 long and 3 3/4 wide.
This EAPG oval bowl pattern is known as Scalloped Lines a.k.a. Scalloped bands. It was produced by Sweeney, McCluney & Co circa 1871 also by Sandwich Glass Company in the later 1870s. It is approximately 8.00 inches long, 5.25 inches at the widest point, and 1.75 inches tall. There are no major chips or cracks, there are some tiny nicks (to small for photos and mainly felt first before seen), rough mold lines, few scratches, straw marks and inclusion bubbles where are common in a piece this old. Even with the defects this piece looks really good for its age. And as far as we can tell this is NOT Flint glass.
Featured for your enjoyment is a rather large sugar called a Hotel Sugar due to the size I guess. It has a paneled pattern Every other panel has a daisy in the center with 6 buttons above and below it. There is an X connecting the daisy chain. It is in near mint condition. Stands 3 1/4 tall by 6 across the handles.
Antique Rose Jar W/ Lid Rose And Ruffled Drape Free Shipping
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful old rose jar. Could also be called a ginger jar but the rose seems to indicate rose jar from the Victorian era. I am not sure of the maker. Very thin glass. Has a ruffle or drape pattern on both the top and bottom of the jar. Also on the lid. 4 large roses on the sides. Gold trim on the ruffle is mainly still there. Pink and green on the roses shows quite a bit too. Lid has 4 smaller roses with some paint left to them. There is a chip, under the lid, with a hairline running from that. This hairline does go under that rose almost to the bottom ruffle. Still a very striking jar to say the least! It stands 6 3/4 tall with lid on. Rare to find them with their lids. Free shipping within the United States.
An individual creamer measuring 2 ¾ h base to lip x 3 ¾ w. Opaque ivory is considered rare in the Delaware pattern. Made by US Glass, c.1899. Excellent condition. (#4993) Key Words: Victorian EAPG pattern pressed early american glass