EAPG "Heck" Pattern Pedestal Compote that's 8 1/4" tall and 10 1/2" diameter. It has one broken point on the underside, very hard to see. Does have very minor untensil mark. Otherwise this gem is in excellent condition. The "Heck" was made by the Model Flint Co. c1893. A pattern that's not seen very often.
EAPG Lace Edge Cake Stand EAPG Lace Edge Cake Stand EAPG Lace Edge Cake Stand EAPG Lace Edge Cake Stand EAPG Lace Edge Cake Stand with Rum Cup. Has a couple minor utensil marks. It measures 7" high and 11 1/2" diameter. It's in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, stains or other damage.
EAPG Milk Glass Footed Celery Vase in the "Ivy In Snow" pattern by Kemple Glass. It measures 7 7/8" tall and 4 1/8" across. This piece is in excellent condition, free of any damage.
Beautiful Green Cambridge Pitcher in the inverted Strawberry pattern. The pattern is highlighted in gold. The pitcher is 9 1/2" tall and 8" wide (including the handle) and is embossed with "Near Cut" on the inside bottom. It does have some straw marks (see pics). This piece is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or other damage. Super Super piece. c1905
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Six Beautiful Green Cambridge Inverted Strawberry Tumblers that are 3 7/8" tall and 3 3/8" wide. The are embossed "Near Cut" on the inside bottom. c1905
This is an early American pressed glass bread tray or plate that was probably made by Atterbury. It is made of very pure white milk glass, and has a hunting dog swimming through water to retrieve a duck. There are water lilies all around the edge of the tray, and an inner row of fine, tall grass. Check the detailed work on the dog's face and paws, as well as the intricate work in the water and grass.
Hard to find EAPG Toothpick holder in the Atlanta Clear Lion Pattern. The Sterling rim is marked: "Rodgers Silver 1883" with a Crown and the word "sterling". The sterling rim does have some dents, but, the glass is free of any damage. It's 3 1/4" high and 2 1/2" diameter. Super toothpick.
Nice EAPG opalescent vaseline goblet in the Wild Flower pattern. It's 6" tall and 3 1/4" top diameter. c late 1800s. No chips, flakes, cracks or other damage.
Early hand painted Heisey Covered Sugar made of Opal Glass in the Beaded Sway Pattern. It's 6" tall and 4" wide. c1897 - 1905 This item is in excellent condition, No chips, cracks, flakes or other damage.
Very nice EAPG Water Pitcher in the Honeycomb pattern with a Pat date of 1865 etched below the handle. It has a very tiny flake on the top edge. It also has a couple straw marks. A great pitcher.
This footed EAPG Milk Pitcher with the Cherry & Fig pattern 7 1/2" tall and 4" across (without the handle). It has some straw marks and a couple bubbles, but, no chips or cracks. c1880's
BROKEN COLUMN water carafe. The water carafe was made by Columbia Glass Co. circa 1888 and U. S. Glass Co. circa 1893 and measures 6 3/8 inches in diameter and 8 1/4 inches in height. It's in excellent condition.