Circa: 1870's Manufacturer: Bryce Brothers Originally attributed to Bryce Bros. circa the 1870's Sharp Oval & Diamond and Granby, this pattern was later produced by U. S. Glass circa 1898 as one of the States patterns and popularly known as Louisiana.This is a beautiful high standard cake stand with the pattern repeated on the foot as well as the plate. The stand measures 9 1/2" wide and 6 1/4 " high.The cake stand is in excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks or discolorations...
EAPG cream pitcher Ceres (Medallion Cameo, Goddess of Libery). Atterbury manufactured this classically styled pattern in 1870. This creamer is in very good condition with no damage. 4 3/4' tall, 3 molds. Base diameter is 3 1/8" Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Beautiful EAPG tall creamer in the Prism and block pattern aka Esther by Westmoreland glass Circa 1896, pattern was retired circa 1905. Lovely clarity and pristine, with no damages. Measures 5 7/8" to the tallest portion of the lip.
American made glassware of the late Victorian Era EAPG Carolina - Inverness - Mayflower. Tall narrow Footed creamer Pitcher. Product of Bryce Brothers or US Glass. pitcher from the glassware pattern known alternately as either Carolina, Inverness, or Mayflower depending on which whose research or vintage advertisement you're reading. This is from a pattern introduced by Bryce Brothers Glass of Pittsburgh ca...
Model Flint Glass Company circa 1890. The pattern on the cruet is called Model Bulls Eye. It features six panels with three circles in each panel on the exterior of the cruet. These are mold blown and does have a small pontil mark on the recessed bottom. Cruet is about 7 1/4" tall, (stopper included) and measures about 3 1/2" diameter including the handle. Original stopper. No chips or damages.
A beautiful EAPG heavy piece of glass with a crystal like appearance. The pitcher is the water pitcher, I believe. This pattern is known by several names: Verona, Waffle and Star Band, Block and Star Spearpoint. Manufactured by Tarentum Glass, circa 1910. Size: 4 5/8" across not including spout and handle; 6 7/8" high Condition: excellent - no chips, cracks or other damage
FLAT DIAMOND & SUNBURST One of the few double EAPG relish dishes. It is 8" x 10" made by Campbell Jones & Co. ca. 1880. Perfect condition.
Nice old EAPG pressed glass cruet with stopper.. Measures almost 8" tall. Great condition with no chips cracks or damages. Pontil scar on the bottom.
Model Flint Glass Company circa 1890. The pattern on the cruet is called Model Bulls Eye. It features six panels with three circles in each panel on the exterior of the cruet. These are mold blown and does have a pontil mark on the recessed bottom. Cruet is about 7 1/2" tall, (stopper included) and measures about 3 1/2" diameter including the handle. I'm almost certain this is not the original stopper, but it fits well and is included. No chips or damages
Vintage clear glass figural swan egg cup or toothpick holder. Measures 2-3/4" high. Great condition but there is a small stress crack if you look closely in the photo. Not sure of the maker. Priced accordingly.
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Vintage EAPG Radiant Daisy Slewed Horseshoe glass punch bowl and underplate with 22 cups and glass ladle. Made by US Glass circa 1908. Set is in very good condition, there are NO chips, cracks or damage on the punch bowl, underplate, cups, or ladle. Bowl measures 8.5" tall x 13.5" wide and underplate is 20" across. This is a VERY HEAVY set.Each large piece will be double boxed seperatley and Cups seperate to ship safely. Calculator shows shipping estimate only...
Starred Loop water decanter George Duncan Starred Loop Water Carafe Clear EAPG 8 1/4" T; 5 1/2" Widest. Produced ca 1900. No signature or label. Shows very minor wear for its age condition is excellent - no chips, cracks, or cloudiness. Typical Pontil scar on the bottom.
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...
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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, but believe it is the spooner. 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.