A clear, pressed pattern glass bowl. Rectangular shape that measures 10.25 in. x 8.25 in. Measures 2.75 in. tall. I find no damage. Unmarked and I have not been able to identify the maker. I believe this would be from the 1940's-1950's era.
Antique Eapg Pattern Glass Ribbed Cruet Set Pontil Marked
EAPG Pattern Glass Antique Ribbed Cruet Set. Beautiful EAPG, Pattern or Pressed Glass from the late 1800's, this set has a ribbed style pattern, the ribs on the sides of cruets match the ribs on the stoppers as well as the ribs on the handle. These cruets are 5 inches tall and 3 inches across the bottom, they have a pontil mark on the bottom indicating that these pieces are hand blown. Very good quality glass, hard to find cruets of this age in a pair. tThey are in excellent condition, no chips, bottoms of the stoppers have a couple of fleabites, common in pieces of this age.
Vintage Art Deco Pressed Glass Square Whiskey Bottle
This pressed glass whiskey bottle is in nice condition with no chips or cracks. Measures 8 1/2 to top of the rim or about 11 with the top on. Base is 3 1/8 square. Pattern on bottle consists of 4 blocks high and 2 blocks across. Each block has a circle inside with a diamond inside that. The top is also square and has 2 blocks across and 2 blocks high. Unfortunately, the cork stopper that was attached to the top has come off and will need to be replaced. Bottom of bottle is marked Federal Law Forbids Sale or Reuse of this Bottle Liquor bottles were required to be embossed with these words after prohibition was lifted. These bottles were made between 1932-1964. Just to mention, there is some residue or cloudiness in the inside of the bottle about halfway up. It may need to have vinegar sit inside it for a while to help remove the cloudiness.
This pressed glass decanter is in very nice, clean condition with no chips or cracks. Measures 11 1/2 to top of rim or 14 1/4 with stopper on. The base diameter is about 4 . No manufacturer markings. The main base of the decanter has a diamond block or quilt like pattern that is topped with inverted ovals. The neck of the decanter repeats this diamond and oval pattern. Ruffled rim on top. The bottom of the decanter has a star on it. Hollow glass top has a plastic stopper for an airtight seal.
Made by the Indiana Glass Co., c. 1910. The set is comprised of a water pitcher and 6 tumblers, all in excellent condition, no damage. Pitcher is 4 ½ high base to lip, and the tumblers are 2 ¼ h x 1 ¾ w. (6099-4167) Keywords: child, childrens, miniature, eapg, early American pattern glass
A pink glass auto, car that stands 2 in. tall and measures 7.5 in. long and is 3 in. wide. Sedan style. I do not know the make of the auto it represents. Damage free. A fun piece of glass to display or perhaps use as a paperweight?
A pink glass auto, car that stands 1.5 in. tall and measures 7.25 in. long and is 2.75 in. wide. convertible style. I do not know the make of auto it represents. I find no damage. A fun piece of glass to display or perhaps use as a paperweight?
Obviously inspired by an antique Westmoreland Shell Bowl, Dolphin Base compote as seen in Belknap's Milk Glass book pg. 286, this complex piece still has its charm. Measures 7 ½ inch tall x 7 inches across the bowl, in mint condition, with no chips, etc. Maker and age unknown. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #500
This oblong 8-sided master salt in the Waffle pattern is slightly sun-purpled. It does not appear to be an intentional purpling, but probably just happened from age. It is quite heavy and in otherwise excellent condition, with no chips, flakes, etc. Pressed/pattern glass, in the 100-year-old range. This pattern usually have some chips or flakes. This salt is pristine. Measure 3 ½ x 2 ½ x 1 3/8 inches tall. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #492
This looks like salt shakers sold with a Boyd attribution. However, there is no Boyd or any other marks under the base. The base does show wear, and there is a ¼ inch pot-stone in the base, more consistent with an earlier method of production. Salt is otherwise without damage, measuring 2 ¾ inches in height with the metal cap. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 1 lbs. from 06068. #491
Butterdish, Marigold Carnival Glass, Maple Leaf Ptn.
A lovely covered butterdish in the maple leaf pattern. Produced by the Mosser Glass Co. in marigold carnival glass. The covered butterdish stands 5.5 in. tall and is 7.5 in. diameter. In like new, unused condition. This has been in storage since the middle-late 1980's. Marked with the Mosser logo of an M in an outline of the state of Ohio where the company is located. The color is Fantastic!
A lovely pitcher and 6 tumbler set in the maple leaf pattern. Produced by the Mosser Glass Co. in in marigold carnival glass. The pitcher stands 9 in. tall and is 5 in. diameter. The tumblers are 4 in. tall and have a slightly flared top that measures 5 in. diameter. All in like new, unused condition. This has been in storage since the middle-late 1980's. Marked with the Mosser logo of an M in an outline of the state of Ohio where the company is located.The color is Fantastic! This must ship USPS Parcel Post, Insured, due to its weight and size.
This unique pressed glass auto/car vase could also be used as a attractive wallpocket. Approximately 1930's vintage. Measures about 9 in. tall and 3 in. diameter. Hard to measure accurately due to the curve in the glass. Good, displayable condition.
Made by the Cambridge Glass Co., c. 1900. Set is composed of a spooner, creamer, covered butter and covered sugar. The spooner, creamer and covered sugar are perfect. The covered butter has a ¾ long slice chip on the edge of the base and a large unbroken bubble in the glass. (6072) Keywords: children's, child, play, antique glass, eapg
Made by Co-Operative Flint Glass Co., c. 1900.3 ¾ w x 2 3/8 h with lid. No chips, cracks - scallops, finial, rims and base are perfect. (6059) Keywords: childrens, child, play, table set, eapg, antique glass, Early American Pattern Glass
Made by Co-Operative Flint Glass Co., c. 1900. 2 ¼ h x 2 w. No chips, cracks, base perfect, 2 pinhead nicks on the outside of 2 scallops. (6058) Keywords: childrens, child, play, table set, eapg, antique glass, Early American Pattern Glass
An antique tray or charger with an etched motto that reads It is pleasant to labor for those we love . Measures 9.75 in. diameter plus the handles and is 1.5 in. tall. Grape and leaf pattern in the center. No chips, cracks, etc. A true vintage piece to use and display.
A lovely stemmed compote, comport that stand 6 in. tall and the ruffled top is 6 in. diameter. Swirled pattern on the bowl and the base measures 3 in. diameter. Deep amethyst color glass. I find no damage. Display use and enjoy this delightful piece.
Always a use for this pretty ladle. Lt. blue in color and measures 5 in. long. The bowl is 1.75 in. diameter. Perfect for sauces, toppings, mayonnaise, etc. Produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. in the '80's era. Summit Art is now closed and their quality items have become very collectible.
This really pretty lead crystal Marquis 8 inch Bowl was made by Waterford. This bowl measures 7 3/4 inches X 5 3/4 inches X 5 1/2 inches high. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The original label is attached. On the label is Zephyr 8 inch Bowl Lead Crystal 108519 - MARQUIS WATERFORD Crystal Made in Germany. Also, etched in the bottom of the bowl is MARQUIS by WATERFORD.
Pressed Glass Gold Gilded Large Berry Bowl and four small bowls or nappies set, Showing beautiful intricate pattern, scalloped wide gold, rim, In my opinion this is exceptionally beautiful Antique Set, Great condition, gold is intact and i do not see any chips or cracks, Large bowl measures approximately 8 inches in diameter and 4 inches high, and small bowls measure 4 1/4 inch in diameter and 2 inches high, Please note this is heavy solid glass set.
Pressed Glass Condiment or serving dish in a lovely, different shape with a pretty, saw tooth rim and beautiful patterns. This hard to find shaped dish is in great condition with on peak chipped on the rim but is not noticeable. It is 1 1/2 inches high, 6 1/2 inches wide and 6 1/2 inches deep.
An attractive embossed 3 section divided dish, tray. Clear glass with satin finish embossed fruit on the bottom surface. Measures 7.5 in. diameter and is 1 in. high. I find no damage. Perfect for nuts, candies, or assorted relish.
Small molded glass vase with a triangular mold pattern around the middle perimeter. It has very heavy glass construction. It is 3.75 inches high. It is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or heavy scratches. 11pdp020
This child size potty was used with a training chair. Glass ones are extemely hard to find. Stands 3 in. tall and measures 6.5 in. diameter at the top. Many ways to display this vintage potty, perhaps make a floral arrangement or fill with guest soaps for a bathroom? In good displayable condition free of damage.
Maker unknown, c. 1950. The date is a guess, could be earlier, as it mimics an oil lamp. This piece is thin, fragile, hollow, almost weightless. White , pink and blue threads throughout the lamp base. Lamp is 4 ½ high with a 1 3/16 diameter base. The shade is 1 5/8 long. Tiny green shade has a fluted top and rimmed underbase. The color of the shade is lighter than in photo - about the color of a cooked lima bean. No chips or cracks. (LAMP) Keywords: dollhouse, striations, tiny, childrens, toy
Puffy Glass Oil Lamp With Chimney Daisies Pink Green
This is a pressed glass puffy oil or kerosene lamp with metal screw on mantle and flat wick with frosted glass chimney. The lamp base measures 8 inches high by 7.5 inches in diameter and fearures an embossed design of leaves and asters or dahlias with leaves in pink and green. The wheel adjustment for the wick on the fittings is marked El Dorado WBG Corp. The lamp is in in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Very pretty!
An elegant square 4 part divided dish with an impressed design with a white frosted and pink accent color. Like new condition. Measures 10.5 by 11.25 in. No damage of any kind. Many uses for this shallow dish and would also make a great gift for any occasion
An elegant card tray that is heavily gold encrusted. Has the wire attachment for you to attached a pen. Measures 8 in. x 5.75 in. In good, usable condition. Damage free. This was to hold calling cards so a visitor could leave a message.
This is a nice antique flower frog pair, made to fit in the bottom inside of a flower vase. The larger is 4.75 diameter at the widest point, tapering down to 4.25 diameter at the base. It has 13 inside holes for flower stems, each is about .5 diameter at the top. The glass is clear, footed on the bottom, no damage. The smaller is 2.75 diameter at the largest, and 2.25 at the base. No damage, cracks or chips. A great idea for displaying fresh flowers!
This pretty crystal candy dish is in perfect condition and will be a great piece for your desk or coffee table. A Great Gift Idea (with some 'to die for' candy in it)! ADD $6.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A.
This is a pretty pressed and cut clear glass pitcher with an unknown pattern of fans, waffles, stars and flowers with a scalloped and toothed rim made in the 1930-1940s. The pitcher measures 7.5 inches high by 4.5 inches in diameter and is in very good +++ condition with one tiny and shallow bottom underneath rim chip. A lovely pattern.
Westmoreland Deep Blue 11 Console or Center Bowl w/Lattice/Lace Rim Size: 4½ H x 11 in diameter Condition: very good - no chips, cracks or damages Weight: 2 lbs. 13 Oz's. Markings: Paper label - Westmoreland Glass - Handmade Deep blue or aqua blue glass bowl . I do not know the pattern name. It features a lovely open lace edge, and stands on a low pedestal base. I believe this is an older piece, but I am not familiar enough with the company to be able to date it. This center or console bowl is in pristine condition with no flaws. A really beauty
Vintage Jeannette Ruby Red Glass Pheasants In Flight Bowl
This is a vintage Jeannette Glass ruby red stained bowl with flying pheasants comprising the 3 legs with the underside of the bowl being supported by the lower body and tail of each pheasant. This bowl is unmarked but attributed to the Jeannette Glass Co. (1898-1970)Condition: bowl has some minor scratches to red staining
Maker unknown, c. 1890. 2 7/8 high base to lip. A ewe appears on one side and the ram on the other. Excellent condition. (6003) Keywords: miniature, children's, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass, tableware
Toy Horizontal Threads Ruby/gold Creamer And Spooner
Maker unknown for this pattern c. 1890. These are part of a child's 4-piece table set. Deep red flashing with gold trim and Gettysburg on each piece. The flashing and gold are in excellent condition with a bit of the gold on the spooner overpainted on the ruby, and a small amount of ruby dripped on the creamer ( tired workmen?). Spooner - 2 high. Creamer - 2 1/4 high base to lip. Excellent condition. (6008-9) Keywords: miniature, children's, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass, tableware
Maker unknown, c. 1890. Part of a child's four piece table set. 2 ½ high base to lip x 2 wide. Excellent condition. (6007) Keywords: miniature, children's, eapg, Early American Pattern Glass, tableware
This is a fine piece of L E Smith Glass. It is in the Moon and Stars pattern. It is a small canister that was possibly from a set. It could be used as a sugar canister, tea canister, candy dish or trinket holder. No chips, cracks or fleabites that I can detect.
An eyewash cup in a beautiful slag glass of red, orange, yellow and a touch of white. Stands 2 in. tall. Mosser Glass Co. is the producer of this item, I believe. Damage free condition. Marked with an R in a keystone. This is the trademark of the Rosso Wholesale Glass Co.
An eyewash cup in an unusual orange slag glass. Stands 2.5 in. tall and has a black scotty decal on one side. Marked with the R in a keystone, the trademark of the Rosso Wholesale Glass Co. Mosser Glass Co. is the producer of this item. Damage free condition.
Made by an American manufacturer c. 1875. Each is 2 ½ high. These are the original crimped on tops. The caps can be removed by gently prying off, however if you leave them on too long, they tend to rust on the bottle, then you need oil and a pliers to remove them. The top of one glass bottle is very good, the other top has some roughness. (CA10) Keywords: castor, toy, miniature, early American pattern glass, eapg
Beautifully designed pressed glass condiment or serving bowl. It is very elaborate with some lovely designs around the piques rim and on the bottom . It is 1 3/4 inches high and 6 1/2 inches wide. It is in good condition with a couple of very hard to find flicks on the rim and if you hold it up to the light, there is a fine hair line crack on the bottom. Still a great display and useable piece.
Made by US Glass c. 1902, 2 ¾ h. x 3 d. Traces of gold appear on the top rim and in the scallop lowpoints. Excellent condition. (5996) Keywords: miniature, childrens', table set, collectible, eapg, early American pattern glass
Made by US Glass c. 1902, 4 ½ high with lid x 3 ½ d. Traces of gold appear in the scallop low points and worn gold appears at the bottom of the lid. Excellent condition. (5995) Keywords: miniature, childrens', table set, collectible, eapg, early American pattern glass
Imperial Glass 1917-1937 'Nucut' Sugar Bowl In the early American Pattern Nucut produced in 1917-1937 This is the sugar only measuring 1/4 long and 3 1/8 tall. If I find the creamer, I will include it. No chips or issues. Has original Imperial Glass sticker
White Milk Glass Compote - Indiana Glass - Harvest Grape Size: 6½ H x 5 in diameter Condition: very good - no chips, nicks or cracks. The traditional grape and leaf pattern is crisp and strong Markings: None Weight: 1 lb 9 Oz's.
Eapg Early American Pattern Pressed Glass Dish Vintage
Sawtooth edge with Pinwheel, Fan, and Starburst designs. Small oblong relish bowl, nice Glassware for holding pickles, olives, small veggies, jelly, candy, nuts, mints, or condiment sauces. Pattern name and maker unknown. Measures 7 3/4 L X 4 1/4 W X 1 3/8 H. No cracks or stains. Does have outer edge seam roughness and a few tiny nicks here and there. Sawtooth rim is slightly textured, not glossy. Pretty addition to any party or table setting.
Floral Pressed Glass 11 In Serving Salad Bowl Vintage
Large, deep paneled bowl with raised flowers, star burst center, scalloped rim. Unique pattern. Measures 11 W X 4 H. 3/8 inch thick. No chips or cracks. Does have exterior scratches which show when held to light, and some interior utensil scratches, on is a tiny 3/8 inch long shallow gouge. Beautiful Glassware addition to any table setting.
Lovely patterned Pressed Glass in three sections with a nice end handle. It has a wonderfully designed rim and pretty, bottom pattern made of raised dots. It is in excellent condition and is 1 inch high, 10 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide. A great dish for condiments or relishes.
Early American Pressed Glass Compote Candy Dish Vintage
Small Fancy Compote with intricate designs of Fans, Diamonds, Triangles, Crosses, Stipples, and Scallops. Top bowl is fused to the bottom stem. Maker unknown. Measures approx 4 5/8 inches tall X 5 inches diameter. No chips, cracks. Lovely addition to a Pressed Glass Collection, or Party table setting.
Lovely Pressed Glass sectioned Condiment or relish dish with 2 handles in excellent condition. There are no chips or cracks and it has a very pretty, starburst like flower design with a nice ribbed rim. It is 1 1/4 inches high, 10 inches long and 6 inches wide. A great addition to any service.
An unusual antique compote that stands 10.75 in. tall. Consisting of a black glass base, joined to an amber mid section with copper metal and topped with an aqua blue compote. Acquired at an estate sale so am unable to supply information as to maker etc. Could be an European glass company. I find no damge and believe this would be from the early 1900's.The base measures 5 in. square. Any information would be sincerely appreciated.
Pressed Round Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage
Pressed Round Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage. 10 sides, rounded like a bowl, with a pressed center star burst or daisy on underside. Maker and age unknown. Measures approx 1 inch high X 1 1/4 inches diameter. No chips,cracks, scratches. Has a tiny bubble pop on outer rim which formed a light circle. Nice addition to a Salt Cellar collection.
Pressed Oval Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage
Pressed Oval Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage. Staight, smooth sides with a pressed center star burst on underside. Maker and age unknown. Estimate Circa 1910. Measures approx 1 inch high X 1 1/8 X 2 3/8. No chips or cracks. Has a couple inside rim fleas. Normal straw marks, waves, and bubbles in the glass. Nice addition to a Victorian Era Glassware or Salt Cellar collection.
Sunburst Clear Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage
Sunburst Clear Glass Open Salt Dip Cellar Dish Vintage. Maker and age unknown. 12 pointed Star or Sunburst with plain bottom. Measures 2 1/8 inch diameter X7/8 inch high. No chips or cracks. Excellent. Great tiny collectible for apartment living.
Pressed Glass Bell Pinwheel Pattern English Vintage Sun
This is a lovely pressed clear glass bell that I brought home from England. The glass bell measures 4 inches high and has a faceted glass ball for a ringer on a chain and was made in the 1970s. The glass bell is in a pretty sunburst or pinwheel pattern and in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks.
A clear pressed glass spooner that stands 4.5 in. tall. The top measures 3.25 in. diameter. A great way to keep you spoons near your coffee maker. Quality pressed glass with a many faceted rayed bottom and a wide petal pattern. Maker is unknown. Acquired with some estate merchandise. I believe it is from the '50's era or earlier. I find no chips, cracks, or flaws.
Superb condition of red flashed over clear goblet in the pattern Red Block. Made by several companies: Bryce, Central, Doyle, Duncan, etc., c 1885-1890. Other than tiny flea nicks, mostly at the upper section, the red flash is amazingly intact, showing only 2 small scratches. You might find a bit of dirt in the crevices (not much), because I didn't want to scrub away the stain. Of note is a pot-stone attesting to the original condition of this goblet. Repros are known, but I doubt that they'd make 'em with pot-stones, which were contaminants in early glass. Height is 5 7/8 . Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #468
Engraved, Gilded Leaf Band Tumblers, Rare Duncan Ca 1885
Two (2) unusual tumblers in the Button Arches pattern. Unlike most items in this pattern which were souvenired, these tumblers have an engraved, then gilded leaf band in the clear upper section. Made by Duncan Glass Co. # 39, c 1885, and Duncan Jefferson Glass is also mentioned as a possible source. However, these have a manufacturer-ground base which is quite typical for Duncan items! The gold leaf band around the top is engraved not etched. These are near-mint condition with no chips or cracks, and only an occasional stray short scratch. Measure 3 5/8 tall. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 2 lbs. from 06068. #467
Footed EAPG creamer in what I believe is the pattern, Paling, aka Banded Paling, c 1880, mfgr. unknown. I found this pictured in Kamm 3, # 31, where all is the same except for the stem. This stem is plain, while in Kamm it appears to be ribbed. Kamm mentions 5 spreading knobs where the upper part of the handle attaches to the body. To me it looks like a paw, but it does have the 5 knobs, along with the thumb rest at the bend. The body has the fence motif with a nice wavy top edge. It is shown with the same stem in McCain, but she is known to have taken drawings from Kamm. In any case, it is not a common pattern. It is in near-Mint condition. Except for a bit of roughness along the top horizontal mold line and a fold-line or 2 in the design, there is no after-market damage, with glass being clear, clean, and bright. Height is 5 7/8 . Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #464
One of the larger creamers of the EAPG era, this Hobbs Brockunier no. 90 this part of the pattern is sometimes referred to as a melon design, since it is lobed like a musk melon. In several close-up photos damage to the handle is shown: there is a straight crack in the elbow of the handle, with 2 nearby chips. There is no contre-coup crack in any other part of the handle as is often seen! I have checked it over carefully, and find that the rest of the handle is totally intact. If not for the small chips local to the crack, one would think that it was a fold in the design. Condition is otherwise lovely, with no chips on the base or upper rim, and only a few stress lines in the base (superficial and part of the cooling process). As seen in the first photo, pitcher can be displayed quite nicely. Obviously it needs and deserves TLC. Measures 7 1/8 tall. There are no known repros of this pattern. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #463
Made by the Columbia Glass Co., Findlay, Ohio. C.1890. Great detail and a very deep mold impression on this and the matching toy dog plate. Children's glass collectors love this piece. Excellent condition, all beads and surfaces are perfect. (5953) Keywords: childrens, toy, miniature, eapg, early, Victorian, pattern, glass
Maker unknown, c. 1900. 2 3/8 high with lid. Part of the toy children's table set. Cover depicts a girl with a balloon, a boy rolling a hoop with a stick and a boy and girl playing croquet. Excellent condition. See other pieces of Nursery Rhyme on our site. (5958) Keywords: toy, childrens, miniature, tiny, Victorian, eapg
Eapg Early American Press Pattern Glass Beaded Acorn Medallion Goblet
Antique EAPG Early American Pressed Pattern Glass Beaded Acorn Medallion Goblet. This is a hard to find piece, made by Boston Silver Glass Company in 1869. Other pieces in this line include champagne goblets, footed and flat sauces, relish, compotes and 6 plates. This pattern is know as Beaded Acorn or Beaded Acorn Medallion. This footed goblet is 6 1/4 inches by 3 1/4 inches and in excellent condition. It would be a beautiful addition to your collection!
Toothpick Imperial Glass Clear Octagon Toothed Rim
This is a clear glass toothpick holder made by Imperial Glass, USA in the Octagon pattern between 1951-1972. The fancy design toothpick holder measures 2.5 inches high by 2.75 inches in diameter and has the raised IG symbol. The toothpick is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Lovely!
Green Glass Compote - Diamond Fan & Hobnail Pattern
This pretty pressed glass compote is a brilliant green color and would make a great candy dish or serving piece for your table or buffet. It has an attractive pattern of Diamonds, Fans and Hobnails. Add $6.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases.
A vintage souvenir glass pipe that measures 6 in. long. The bowl of the pipe is 2.5 in. tall. No nicks, cracks etc. The printing is very faded and worn but I can make out Des Moines Iowa. Beautiful piece of vintage blue glass. These were sometimes used as a wood match holder.
An antique glass ladle that bears the name Marbury Patented April 21,1896. The glass ladle or dipper measures 3.75 in. tall and is 3.25 in. diameter. The wood handle with metal connection or reinforcement is 10.25 in. long. It has a minor chip on the wood. No damage to the glass. I found it listed in a pressed glass identification book but there was no further information as to manufacturer etc. Neat piece of antique glass to add to a collection. I think perhaps used as a punch ladle.
Made by the Cambridge Glass Co., c.1905. 3 1/2 h x 4 3/8 d. All serrated edge points intact and whole. Excellent condition. (5943) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature pattern pressed child's dishes play
Maker unknown, c. 1910, but surely the same maker as the blue milk set listed on this site, as the pattern on the back of the trays is identical. Fleur de lys decorate corners of the tray and the shaker. Traces of original gold paint remain on the pepper shaker as well as minute traces on the tray (and everyone knows these can be removed with Never Dull if you so choose). Tray - handle to handle - 5 ¼ l x 3 1/8 w. Pepper - 3 1/8 h. Original shaker top is dented , and the glass top of the shaker is rough. (4621) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature pattern pressed child's dishes play
The maker is unknown for this c. 1910 blue milk glass set with a tray, salt and pepper. Original screw tops, of which the salt is slightly dented and it has a ½ crack in the metal from the base to the section where it begins to round upwards. Rough glass tops on both the salt and pepper. Interesting design on back of tray. Tray - 4 ¼ l x 3 1/8 w. Salt - 2 1/8 h and pepper - 3 1/8 h. (5942) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature pattern pressed child's dishes play
Signed: Atlas -E D J - Seal - plus a rim number Size: 2-5/8 inches across, would fit 2-1/8 inch jar opening Condition: Good, minor end seam roughness Comments: frosted glass on top, raised glass letters, clear glass on bottom rim Age: circa 1910
Made by Bryce Higbee, c. 1890. 3 ½ h. This is part of one of my favorite children's glass toy table sets. Excellent condition. (5900) Key Words: childrens glass Victorian toy EAPG miniature pattern pressed child's dishes play dish
Pretty, pressed glass cake serving plate with rayed flower center and large star design. Alternating fan rays and diamond points fill each ray, and a lovely flower sits atop each star point, making up a beautiful border. Size: 10 1/2 inch diameter; 1/4 inch footed base. Condition: Excellent; some bubbles in glass.
Made by Doyle and Company, c. 1900. This is part of a 5 piece children's glass table set. 2 ½ h x 2 ¼ w. There are 2 - 1/8 flat flakes toward the outside of the top rim. (#5877) Keywords: eapg early american pattern glass antique collectible miniature childrens play