Here are our bowls aka nappies aka footed bowls aka low standard compotes, aka master berry bowls, etc., etc., etc., what EVER you want to call them, whose pattern names start with "K" through "Z".  What did the Victorians put in their bowls?  Probably just about anything they served - fruits, veggies, meats, stews, desserts, who knows?  Few of us were around then to take notes.
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KENTUCKY, the hard-to-find
U S Glass States' pattern honoring the Blue Grass state
ca. 1897.
It is 6" x 9" and has 3 minor rough spots seen HERE,
KING'S CROWN aka XLCR aka Ruby Thumbprint when ruby stained.  These bowls are not stained.  Made by Adams Glass Co ca. 1890. 
The 7 1/2" round bowl on the left is $95
and the 10" x 7" oval bowl in the center & on the right is $75.
LEAF BRACKET is Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co. (Greentown) pattern #400.  It is 8" in diameter & a difficult pattern to find in clear glass.  $45 NEW JERSEY aka Loops & Drops by U S Glass Co. pattern #15070.  It is 9" in diameter & shallow.  $54
LEAF & FLOWER by Hobbs Brockunier ca. 1891. This photo does not do it justice. It is clear & perfect; 9 full inches across the top & 3" high.. See from the top HERE. $55   LOOP & JEWEL aka Jewel & Festoon is from 1903 by Indiana Glass Co. at Dunkirk. It is 8 1/2" across the top and 3 12/" high.
MARSH FERN is a Riverside Glass Co. design ca. 1889.  This bowl is 7 1/2" diameter at the top.
LOUISIANA  aka Sharp Oval & Diamond aka Granby is a States'
pattern by U S Glass Co., #15053 made ca. 1898.
On the left and center is a 7 1/2" square bowl for $54
On the right is an oval handled dish 8 1/2" long, 4 1/2" wide & 2 1/2" high. $58
  On the left is another LOUISIANA  bowl that is round and 7 1/2" OD at the top.  It has one shallow flat flake on the outer edge of one top scallop.  $35
This LOUISIANA bowl is 8.5" wide & has a burst bubble in the top edge seen HERE & some top roughness.  $24
ONE O ONE aka Beaded 101 by Geo. Duncan ca. 1885.  This shallow bowl is 7" diameter.  $42 MANHATTAN aka New York is the U S Glass Co. pattern #15078 ca. 1902.  This is a beautiful form of this large & popular pattern.  It is 9" across the top edge and 2" high.  $62
MASSACHUSETTS aka Geneva is 8 3/4" square at the top &
2 1/2" deep. $58
MASSACHUSETTS aka Geneva by U S Glass Co. ca. 1890s.
This is a 9" square bowl that has been folded up, banana dish style. $35
MINNESOTA aka Muchness
by U S Glass Co. ca. 1890s.
It is quite heavy, 6" x 10 1/2".  $65
Regal by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s.  It is 7" in diameter and $55
was made by Indiana Dunkirk, their pattern #126.  The flared bowl is 9" across the top.  $45
NESTOR is a Northwood ca. 1902.  This is apple green with great white enamel decor & some worn gold. It is 8 1/2" across the top and 5" high.  $110
PANELLED THISTLE aka Delta by John B. Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1908. We have 2 of these bowls. One is 9" 3/4" & one is is 10" across at the top
edge.  They are guaranteed to be orignial issues but they are not 'signed' with the "Hig Bee".  $55 each
Colonial by Heisey,
#300 ca. 1897. It is not signed & has a base chip seen HERE.  $38

PLEAT AND PANEL aka Derby made by Bryce Bros. ca. 1882.  This bowl is 8" square.  It has a chip on the base table ring seen HERE & some nics on the top edge seen HERE. $55 PLYTEC is an 1910
McKee pattern, rarely found in amber.  It is 8 1/2"across the top & signed "PRES-CUT". $86
was made ca. 1880s
by the Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. 1889.
This bowl is 6" x 9" oval.  $48
aka Balder by U S Glass Co. ca. 1890s. It is 5 1/2" x 7 1/2" and 3" deep.
Folded into an oval.  **SOLD**
ROYAL CRYSTAL is a Tarentum creation ca, 1894. Gorgeous gleaming glass. 8 1/2" across and 2" deep.
aka Plain Ware by Greentown ca. 1897.  It is 8" in diam & 3 1/4" tall.  $45
NEVADA, a very pretty U S Glass States pattern ca. 1902.  There are 3 'bouquets' of painted flowers around the side.  It is 8" in diam..
NORTHWOOD'S AURORA pattern No. 285, ring neck mold in
pink spatter.  From ca. 1890, it is 8" in diameter at the top.
It has a couple of flakes at the top edge, & a chip seen HERE.
There is an internal flaw in the base that can't be felt from the
back or the front & a small amount of black smudge on the side.  $115
was made by John H. Higbee ca. 1908. We have 2 of these 5" x 7" bowls for $22 each.
REXFORD also aka Alpha. This one is 6 1/2" square w/ flared out sides. $22

RING BAND Heisey's #310 ca. 1898. Ivorina Verde with great gold decor. It is 8 1/4" in diameter at the top and signed -  see Diamond H signature HERE.  $125

QUEEN ANN, EARLY is Heisey's pattern #365. made ca. 1908.
It is 8" in diameter, beautiful glass signed with the Diamond H logo.
It has one flake on the side of one top scallop seen HERE.  $85
SUCCESS!  We've finally learned the name of this pattern & it is..... SUCCESS!!!!
It was made by Indiana ca. 1909.
We even have a catalog drawing of it in a Butler Bros. catalog to show you HERE.
It is heavy, has little 'feet' is 8" x 9 3/4" and 3" high.  $48
ROANOKE aka Late Sawtooth is a Ripley & Co.
pattern ca. 1885.  Some of the forms are similar
to their Pavonia pattern & this could possibly be
used with Pavonia.  It is 8 1/2" across with the
sides folded in before the glass cooled.  $65
SHEAF & DIAMONDS made by Bryce Higbee
ca. 1899.  It is 7" in diameter & 3" high.

ROCHELLE aka Princess Feather is an early pattern by Bakewell, Pears.
Created ca. 1870, the glass is somewhat 'soft' and so it sometimes has tiny nics
left from removing the mold from the glass.  We have 3 serving bowls in this pattern.  The one on the left is 9" x 6" and $75.  The smaller one on the right is
8" x 5".  We have 2 of this size.  One with some mold roughness on the top edge seen HERE & HERE & is $55 and one without that roughness is $65.
ROSE SPRIG was made by Campbell Jones ca. 1886.  These bowls are 9 1/2" long and 9" wide at the top edge.  In amber it is $85 and in clear it is $55.
ROSE SPRIG in a gorgeous true blue by Campbell Jones ca. 1886.  It is 9" square & 3" tall.  Not listed in the pattern. 
ROSETTE & PINWHEEL is Indiana Glass Co.
pattern #171, made ca. 1905.  It is the master berry bowl and 7 3/8" in diameter.  $48
PANELLED SPRIG aka Royal by Bryce Higbee
ca. 1885.  It is 7" in
diameter.  $75

SCALLOPED TAPE aka Jewel Band's maker is unknonw but from the 1880s. It is 6 1/4" x 9 1/4". $58

SHELL & TASSLE is an elegant pattern by Geo. A. Duncan & Sons ca. 1881.  It was designed by A. H. Heisey. This is the master berry, 5 1/2" x 10" & 3"
tall at the low point in the side.  $85
SPIREA BAND by Bryce Higbee ca. 1885.  It is 9" diameter & in amber is $75.
SHOSHONE aka Victor pattern is the U S Glass Co. #15046. It is rarely decorated in this stunning amber trim. It is 8" diameter. $65
THE STATES aka Cane & Star Medallion by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905.  It is nearly 6" in diameter.
SHOSHONE aka Victor pattern is a U S Glass
product ca. 1896.  It is scarce in emerald green. 
This bowl is 8" in diameter & has a few
insignificant dings on the inside of the top edge.
SOLAR aka Feather Swirl - U S Glass #15116 ca. 1908 is 8 3/4" in diameter at the top &
4 1/4" tall.  $42
STAR ROSETTED aka Snowflake is a great McKee Bros. pattern ca. 1875.... anticipating the USA Centennial!  It is 8 1/2" in diam. & has a fancy edge. See also HERE. $56  
SWAN WITH FISH aka Panelled Swan.
Well, at least one of the 3 swans on the side have a fish.
We do not know who made this pattern but it is clearly at least 1880s.
It is 8 1/2" diameter does not appear to have taken a lid.
There are 2 flakes under scallops on the edge.  $175
This is a rare pattern known only in this bow/dish! It is 7" in diameter; by Bryce Higbee & Co. ca. 1896. $32
THREE PANEL by Richards & Hartley ca. 1880s in vaseline.
7 1/2" diameter & it
has a base chip.

TEXAS States' pattern aka Loop with Stippled Panels by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1900.  It measures 7 1/2" in diameter & is our #484.  $68 TEXAS STAR aka Texas Swirl by Steimer Glass Co.  It is 9 1/4" diameter and 2 1/8" high. One of the base points has a chip seen HERE.  $125
TEXAS States' pattern as above except it is 8 1/2" diameter and 3" high and would be the master berry bowl.  We have 2 of these @$72 each
or $125 for both .
SIX PANEL FINECUT by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1890s.
8" OD at top.  $34
This piece of Texas pattern is large enough to be used as a bowl.  It is 6 1/2" x 11".  It could also be a celery tray.  See another view HERE.
THOUSAND EYE OMN Sensation aka 3 Knob by Adams ca. 1885.
Yes, this serving bowl is shaped like a cart or wagon!
It is apple green, 4 3/4" wide & 11" long.  What would you serve in it?
It has one small flake seen HERE**SOLD**
OMN Sensation aka Three Knob, Adams ca. 1885. It is 8" diam at top; 4" tall.  Probably did not take a lid.  $68

OMN Sensation aka Three Knob, Adams ca. 1885.  This is apple green, 5 1/2' x 8" on the outside edge.

THUMBPRINT aka Baby Thumbprint aka Argus
was made by Bakewell, Pears & other factories.  This is a heavy 7" diameter flint bowl with an irregular center in the base seen HERE.  $58
another of Bryce
Higbee's pattern as
above.  This one is
footed & 7 1/4"
diameter.  There are a couple of flakes on the foot.  $55
TREE OF LIFE  Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
pattern #98 ca. 1879. It is 8" in diameter &
a couple of inches high.  $75
TREE OF LIFE is also Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. pattern #98 ca. 1879.
It is oval; 6" x 9" & a couple of inches high.  $75

TORPEDO aka Pigmy aka Fish Eye is Thompson's pattern #17. This is the master berry bowl - 9" in diameter and 3" high. We have 2 of these @ $68 each. 
We also have 2 matching 4" berry dishes
for $21 each.

by Richards & Hartley ca.1880s.  It is 7" in diameter $42.

TWO PANEL aka Daisy In The Square by King, Son & Co. ca. 1886.
The amber one on the left is 5 1/2" x 6 3/4" and 2 1/4" high.  $44
The blue one is 8 1/4" x 10" and 3 1/4" high.  $75
VIRGINIA by Tarentum ca. 1894.  This pretty folded dish
is 5" wide by 8 1/2" long.  Very scarce in emerald green. $85
VIRGINIA by Tarentum ca. 1894 in clear, flares out to 8 1/4" across the top.  $37
VICTORIA, Fostoria's pattern #183 ca. 1890.
It is 8 1/2" in diameter and 3 3/4" high.
WILLOW OAK aka Oak Leaf by Bryce Bros. ca. 1870s.  It is 7" diameter.  Has a teeny no harm flea bite on the rim. $45
VICTORIA, Fostoria's pattern #183 ca. 1890.
This one is 9 1/4" diameter and 4" high.
(see below) In apple green,
7 1/2"   square.  It has a flat chip on one corner seen HERE.  $75
VICTORIA - See above.
This bowl is 9 1/2" in diameter and 2 1/2" high.
(see below) In amber,
6 1/2"   square.  $58

WILDFLOWER is a very large and very Victorian pattern
by Adams & Co. ca. 1884, their pattern #140.
On the left is amber 7" diameter, 4 1/4" high with a teeny 'fleabite'
on the rim & 3 small flat flakes under the base seen HERE.  $38
We have another amber bowl 8" diam. with no damage, see HERE for $48.
On the right & middle is a vaseline  bowl, 7 3/4" square. It is "as is", having
a tiny flake on the top edge seen HERE, a small chip seen HERE and a 2 3/4" long flat flake on the inside rim seen HERE.  $75
WESTWARD HO aka Pioneer pattern by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1879.
This could be either a footed bowl or a low standard compote, buyer's choice.
It is 8 3/4" long & 5 1/2" wide at the top and 5 1/4" high.
WISCONSIN aka Beaded Dewdrop is another
States' Series pattern by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1903. 
It was their pattern #15079.  We have 2 bowls 8 1/2" diameter and 3 1/2" high.  One without damage is $65 -- And one only has the under side
of one of the tiny top beads nicked.  $55
(see above)
In Clear, 5 3/4" square.
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