Here is a lovely Early american pattern glass crystal nappy or ice cream dish with two handles. Nice geometric designs and good pattern detail. This dish Was Made by the Imperial Glass Co. circa 1900-20.This Pattern Is Often Called "Star & File" By Collectors. The dish measures 3" tall plus handle height, and is 6" x 4.25" oval across the top plus handles. The condition is really nice with NO chips or cracks. A lovely crystal nappy for your EAPG collection.
This molded pitcher pitcher has flying birds in a three dimensional sculptured look. The pitcher is in excellent condition and has an ice lip. It measures 9.5" high and 7"wide with the handle. It holds 1.5 pints,I only have the one piece.The price is $29.00 plus postage and insurance.
The hexagonal glass on the pair of candle holders has a clarity seldom found today. They were made in the 1920's and are in excellent condition with no problems. They stand 8.5" tall. We have one pair and they are $110.00 plus postage and insurance.
This English made Sowerby toothpick holder or basket weave wall match holder was made in 1881 and is in excellent condition. It has the Sowerby emblem on the bottom and inside is a crown at the top of a triangle. On the inside of the triangle is the letters RD.The piece measures 4" high and 2.5" wide.The depth is 2.5". The piece is being offered for $39.00plus postage and insurance.
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
This parrot relish books for $145.00 to 170.00 in Bob Sanfords book Victorian Glass Novelties,2003,p98.The mold work is spectacular and it is in pristine condition.It is offered for $75.00 plus postage and insurance.It measures 10" long and 5" wide.
This large milk or cream pitcher was made in the 1920's. It has a nick in the ground bottom,but otherwise is in excellent condition. It measures 5.5" high and 4" wide.It is being sold for $25.00 plus postge and insurance.
This Diamond point column 11" tall Fenton vase was made in 1907 The opalescent book says it is rare. There is a shear mark on the base from when it was made, but otherwise it is in guaranteed excellent condition. It is being sold for $149.00 plus postage and insurance. It measures 3.50" wide.
Antique ruby stained glass toothpick holder Made by Duncan Miller. Most of these were souvenir items and had names, and or places & dates engraved into the ruby flashing. This one has no engraving. Pretty serrated edge that shows this is an earlier production piece, as early as 1897. 2 1/4 " tall x 1 3/4" wide. Two ruby bands with clear center band. Some light scratching on the ruby areas. Great Condition with no Chips & no Cracks. Shows refrence on page 62 of Glass Tothpick Holders by Neila & ... Click for details
This paneled Heather comport measures 7.75" high and 5.5" wide. It is in guaranteed excellent condition.It was made around 1911. It is being sold for $29.00 plus postage and insurance. I just have one.
This basket measures 10.5" with the handles. It is signed and the glass is very clear. There is a very minor ding on the rim ,but otherwise it is in excellent condition. It is not chipped. It was made from 1915-83. A prize in any ones collection. It is being sold for $149.00 plus postage and insurance. Reasonable offers will be considered.