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Glassware > Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG)

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item G438: McKee Deer and Pine Tree Bread Plate

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G438

McKee Deer and Pine Tree Bread Plate Nifty bread plate in the "Deer and Pine Tree" (or "Deer and Doe") pattern from McKee Glass. About 12 3/4 inches long by 7 3/4 inches wide. Excellent.
Circa: Circa 1860s
Condition: Excellent
Manufacturer: McKee Glass  

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Cupid's Hunt (Virginia Dare)

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EAPG004

Cupid's Hunt (Virginia Dare) Bread Plate Bread plate in the Cupid's Hunt or Virginia Dare pattern. This is one tough pattern to photograph! A lady's head is in the center and cupids dance around the perimeter. Apparently manufactured through a briefly-used process called "Crystallography." Some attribute this to the Riverside Glass Works. Approximately 7 inches by 11 inches.
Circa: 1880s
Condition: Excellent
Manufacturer: Riverside Glass Company (?)  

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Frosted Lion

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EAPG002

Frosted Lion Sugar or Compote Base Frosted Lion Sugar or Compote base from Gillinder. Outside diameter of about 4 7/8" and is 5 1/8" tall. The diameter of the underside of the base is approximately 4 1/8". There is a small, 3/4 inches crack on the side (see photo).

Circa: 1877
Condition: Very Good
Manufacturer: Gillinder  

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Horseshoe (Good Luck, Prayer Rug)

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EAPG003

Horseshoe (Good Luck, Prayer Rug) Bread Plate Early American pressed glass bread plate in the Horseshoe, Good Luck, or Prayer Rug (take your pick) pattern. Circa 1881. Thirteen inches long (odd dimension for "Good Luck"!) by 9 inches wide. In very good condition, except from some "chippiness" on handles (see photos).
Circa: 1881
Condition: Very Good
Manufacturer: Adams Glass Company  

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