Antique DUNCAN & MILLER EAPG souvenir 1904 3 3/4" creamer "BUTTON ARCHES-RUBY FLASHED" & CLEAR PRESSED GLASS. Duncan & Miller started producing this pattern in 1897 and may have continued until the late 1940's. It is a beautiful example of glass work in the Victorian era. The creamer stands 3 3/4" high It is 4 1/4" handle-to-spout. The bottom 1 1/4" in a staggered button and arches pattern is clear pressed glass and very elegant. The top is ruby flashed...
Beautiful antique square glass butter dish by US Glass Co. 1897 States Pattern Series Illinois, AkA, Clarissa Star of the East, Square Butter Dish measuring 5-3/8" high x 6-15/16" wide.Excellent Condition with no chips, cracks or any flaws I can detect.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : U.S. Glass : Pre 1920 item #1221342 (stock #safn-4607)
EAPG Hobstar Sugar Bowl (missing the lid) made circa 1915. Can be used as an open sugar as well. It has many names including Heacock and Omnibus and manufactured by Keystone and US Glass. It is 3 3/4" deep and 4 1/4" in diameter. No damages. BIG and beautiful!!
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : U.S. Glass : Pre 1910 item #1221338 (stock #safn-4606)
Vintage EAPG CANE & STAR MEDALLION / THE STATES by US Glass Company circa 1908. Smaller Pitcher or Large Creamer. A lovely piece of Early American Pattern Glass for you! Standing 3.75" tall with a spout-to-handle measurement of 6", the is either a larger creamer or a small pitcher Pattern is called Cane & Star Medallion or The States. Perfect with no condition issues.
Wonderful Victorian early American pattern glass cruet in the Cut Log pattern which was produced by Bryce Higbee & Co circa 1890. It is a beautiful Cruet for oil or vinegar. A rare find it comes complete with it's original stopper. The pattern "Cut Log" had the original manufacturers name of "Ethol" and is also known as Cat's Eye and Block. It measures just under 6" tall, including the stopper, and about 3" in diameter.In excellent condition with no damages...
EAPG pattern called Panama or fine cut bar by Viking, made by US Glass Co in 1904. Not sure exactly what kind of bowl this is. it may be an open sugar or a ferner too. Measures just over 3" tall and is in perfect condition. A very lovely early piece by US Glass.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1920 item #1155765 (stock #safn-3093)
A complete set of delightful EAPG berry bowls stamped NuCut. These were made by Imperial Glass Co in the very early 20th century. Master berry bowl measures 8" diameter and 3 1/2" deep. The 6 matching small bowls are 1 7/8" tall x 4 1/2" across. Most all of the bowls have slight roughness here and there on the serrated rims but they are not chips. Not unusual in this old pres cut crystal.
Very old thick glass creamer and matching open sugar bowl. Thick pressed star bottom, with wheel cutting of floral and leaves on both sides. Sugar is perfect, but creamer has a large chip. Since they are a pair, I am giving you the creamer if you purchase the sugar.
Antique 1908 Early American Pattern Glass U.S. Glass Solar aka Feather Swirl No. 15116 footed candy dish measures 3 1/4" tall and has a 5 1/4" diameter. Nice condition with not the slightest damage. Great antique glass Solar aka Feather Swirl pattern. Nice size cane center sun flower medallions with flowing stems leaf/"feather". Saw tooth edge accents, and petal shaped base.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : U.S. Glass : Pre 1910 item #1149240 (stock #safn-2718)
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 wonderful EAPG celery vase was made in 1907 by Tarentum Glass Co. It is the "Ornate star" pattern. They made an extensive table service plus cordials in this pattern. Pressed glass celery vases were popular in the Victorian era. Celery was a rarity, and the hostess would love to show off the celery in one of these loveley vases on her table. This one measures 6 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. Some micro bubbles but this is typical. You will not be disappointed in this lovely piece.
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.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : U.S. Glass : Pre 1900 item #1123449 (stock #safn-2524)
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...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Duncan and Miller : Pre 1900 item #1090744 (stock #safn-2275)
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...