This is a beautiful Indiana Goofus Glass bowl in the Victorian Roses in the Snow design from circa 1897 to 1912. This bowl measures 3 inches high, and 9 inches in diameter. It has about 2/3 of the original paint still intact, which is typical for pieces of this age. This paint is cold painted and very delicate, and prone to loss. The red of the roses, and the gold is still very bright and iridescent. It is still a lovely rare bowl and great for the goofus collector.
This is one of the most beautiful pieces of goofus glass that I've seen. It is by Indiana Glass Company in the Dahlia or Mum Design. It still has the majority of the original paint and it is rich, bright and iridescent. This has glorious scroll work and fan designs in warm gold and brilliant shiny red flowers. It measures 10 and 7/8 inches in diameter. No chips, and no cracks. This is a circa 1897 to 1912 item.
This is a lovely little cut EAPG toothpick holder. I believe it is late 1800s to early 1900s. It has patterns that are either called Buzz Saw, Whirligig, Paddlewheel, and little hobstars. I has a scalloped edge and a little footed base. It measures 2 inches tall and 2 inches in diameter. This lovely piece is in excellent condition.
This is a wonderful piece of EAPG made by U.S. Glass Company between 1898 and 1920. It is a little forest green glass toothpick holder with gold gilding on the feet, which is in good condition, and around the rim, which is mostly gone. Also it is etched around the center with "Howard Patterson Meridian Fair 1911. It measures 2.5 inches high and 2.5 inches in diameter. Other than the wear to the gilding on the rim, it is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness.
This is a lovely little fruit or dessert bowl in the cherry cable pattern by Northwood Glass Company in about circa 1900. The gold and ruby red coloring is flash applied, both have a goo bit of wear to them. The bowl itself is in great shape, no cracks and no chips. It measures 1.75 inches high, and 4 and 3/8 inches across. This antique dish does have the Northwood mark, a underlined N in a circle on the inside bottom.