Antique Clear Glass Cream Pitcher
by US Glass Co. GALLOWAY Pattern circa 1905
EAPG small pitcher by US Glass Co. in the Galloway pattern. Paneled design with small sawtooth edge at top and a lovely sunburst pattern on the bottom. Gold top decoration. Gold is somewhat worn in spots 85% good.
Very good condition for a vintage piece of this age - No chips, cracks or damage -
Measurements: 4 " high x 3 " across.
This great old toothpick holder in the Colorado pattern has an inscription on it that says "Nazareth Fair." 1914 . They began making this pattern in 1898. The gold is quite good, but there is a little missing on the top edge. It is being offered for $45.00 plus postage and insurance. It measures 2.75" high and 2.5" wide.
Two, blue, footed, Aunt Polly Vases. Both are in excellent condition with no damage. One is really nice, $50.00. The other also has no damage but does have some fine straw lines from the manufacture. $40 for this one.
Awesome shallow compote from the state series of glassware in the New Jersey or "loops and drops" pattern made by the U.S. glass company circa 1900. This vintage compote measures 4 1/2" tall and is 9" wide across the top.Would be great for fruit. Amazing condition for being over 100 years old, as there is NO damages what so ever. Lacy pattern with beaded loops and drops, and has a dropped skirt formed from the drops under the bowl area. A wonderful addition for your early american pattern glass... Click for details