This attractive toothpick holder in a lovely light blue opalescent color that enhances the detail.Stands 2.25 in. tall.The sunbonnet girl pattern is a classic. Display and use with pride. A new collectible made in the USA.
This toothpick holder was produced by the Boyd Art Glass Co. in a color called Blue Flame. In the Colonial Drape pattern, it stands 2.5 in. tall. Marked with the B in a diamond and 4 lines.Like new condition. Made in the USA, a new collectible.
A product of the Duncan and Miller Company, circa 1903. This is 2 1/2 high x 1 7/8 wide. Excellent condition. (Y165) Key Words: salt, salts, open salt, salt shaker, individual salt, master salt, salt dip, toothpick holder, pattern glass, pressed glass, EAPG, early american pattern glass
Vintage thumbprint toothpick holder. WOW! Beautiful OLD yellow toothpick holder. I believe the pattern is called 'Thumbprint'. No chips or cracks and stands 2.5 high x 2 wide. It has a rayed bottom, and it does show a lot of wear on the bottom, as well as a few teensy bubbles in the glass itself indicative of age. A real beauty for your toothpick collection or to give as a gift! The size dimensions and bubbles indicate that this is a vintage toothpick since contemporary toothpicks are taller.
Made by the US Glass Company, circa 1906. This is 2 5/8 high x 2 1/4 wide, tapering out to a 3 3/8 base. Excellent condition. (194Z) Key Words: salt, salts, open salt, salt shaker, individual salt, master salt, salt dip, toothpick holder, pattern glass, pressed glass, EAPG, early american pattern glass
A product of the Duncan and Miller Company, circa 1904. This is clear with silver overlay - 2 1/4 high x 1 3/4 wide. Condition is excellent. (102Y) Key Words: salt, salts, open salt, salt shaker, individual salt, master salt, salt dip, toothpick holder, pattern glass, pressed glass, EAPG, early american pattern glass
Made by King Son and Company, a product of the Cascade Glass Works, in the late 1800's. Sometimes called Picket - there is one dot of glass grit in the bottom - minute surface flake off top of two corner pickets. Measures 3 x 2 1/8 . (4562) Key Words: salt, salts, open salt, salt shaker, individual salt, master salt, salt dip, toothpick holder, pattern glass, pressed glass, EAPG, early american pattern glass
Nice pressed glass toothpick, circa 1904. Stands 2 1/2 high x 1 3/4 wide. Great molding, fine detail in leaves. Excellent condition. Key Words: salt, salts, open salt, salt shaker, individual salt, master salt, toothpick holder, pattern glass, pressed glass, EAPG, early american pattern glass
Vintage Moon and Stars milk glass toothpick holder. Lovely little milk glass toothpick holder. Not sure who made this, but I have an identical amber one made by the LE Smith Co. This one is 1 7/8 wide x 2.5 high, therefore smaller than a contemporary toothpick would be. No chips or cracks.
Aqua glass hat toothpick holder in the daisy & button pattern. I have had this hat for about 25 years, but other than that, I do not know much about it. It is 2.5 high x 3.5 wide at top. It is likely a Fenton.
Here is a little beer mug toothpick holder/shot glass in clear glass. It measures just under 2 tall. I don't see any identifying marks. It does have a little roughness around the top lip, but is otherwise in excellent condition.
This toothpick holder was produced by the summit Art Glass co. in an excellent quality vaseline glass. In the holly pattern, it stands 2 1/4 in. tall and measures 2 3/4 in. diameter. Flouresces beautifully under a blacklight and the detailing of the pattern is sharp and clear. Pretty addition to your toothpick holder collection. Use or display with pride.
Tiki toothpick holder. (This is not glass, but it is a toothpick holder and it looks vintage). Nice little ceramic Tiki toothpick holder that is marked FLORIDA on the back of it. It measures 2.5 high. Now wouldn't this be cute on your table with your other tiki dinnerware items? Cross-collectible: Tikiware; Toothpick & Souvineer.
This Joe St. Clair toothpick in chocolate glass is made in a pattern copied from McKee's #410 Innovation Line. Although many are reproductions, items by Joe St. Clair are very collectible in their own right. It is identified plainly with JOE ST. CLAIR embossed in the bottom of the piece as shown. It measures approx 2-1/4 high and 1-7/8 in diameter. In perfect condition.
Kanawha footed milk glass strawberry pattern toothpick holder. It measures almost 2.5 high by 1 7/8 across top rim. No chips or cracks and is a really attractive piece to add to your milk glass or toothpick collection. This item is shown in the book on milk glass by B. Newbound, 1995 edition. Kanaha was in business from 1955-1987.
Vintage crystal Hobstar toothpick holder. (Fostoria?). Brilliant little toothpick is not marked and I am having difficulty identifying because it resembles several known patterns. It can either be the chain & star pattern, the hobstar pattern, or the buzzstar whirligig. In any case, it is a gorgeous toothpick holder with no chips or cracks. It is either cut glass or cut crystal, but is definitely not pressed glass, and measures almost 2.5 high by not quite 1.75 wide.
Antique Tarentum Glass Co. toothpick holder. c:1903. Ladders and diamonds pattern with a gold ridge and panels, (though some of the gold has worn off as you'd expect for something that is now 103 years old!). It is a lovely toothpick holder, and has no visible flaws that I see. It is shown on p. 181 of the 1999 Bredehoft book. It measures 2.5 tall x 2.25 wide.
Vintage Westmoreland? toothpick holder. This looks a very much like the 1912 Westmoreland Specialty Co. Colonial pressed glass toothpick/match holder that is shown in the Bredehoft book, p. 210, however, the picture in the book is not very clear so I can not see if the edges on the pick are the same or not. This pick is only 2.25 tall x a tiny bit less than 2 wide. It some very itty-bitty minor surface scratches upon examination with readers, and one tiny fleabite on one of the ribs, but no other chips or cracks.
Boyd Glass Old Sleepy Eye slag toothpick. c.1978-1983, Boyd Glass Co. Lovely little green slag footed glass toothpick holder with the phrase, Old Sleepy Eye on the top with a picture of an Indian and an arrowhead on it. It has the Boyd Glass Co. mark on the bottom that was used during the time period referenced above, and is in good condition with no chips or cracks. This is a very nice piece to add to your toothpick collection, or it would make a nice affordable gift! (Slag glass is milk glass with other colors mixed in)
Exceptional vintage glass toothpick holder. Scrolled design and gold overlay, it might be what is called 'gold flash' color. It is not marked or signed so the maker is unknown. Because it seems to be rather unique, it would make a great addition to your collection, (have not located this one in any book). It stands only 2 high x about 1.5 wide, therefore, it is smaller than newer toothpicks.
This lovely little hobnail toothpick holder was a table favor at the 1981 FAGCA convention. Produced by Fenton in Velva Blue (3795-VB) especially for the occasion, you can see the small Fenton logo on the bottom. In excellent condition, no chips or cracks.