This page shows EAPG creamers
in Patterns I - Z

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States' patterns, click HERE.

An original watercolor of Indian
Paintbrush flowers in an amber Wildflower  pattern creamer by Marshall Monroe.
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Any damage to these creamers is mentioned in each listing.
JUBILEE aka Isis is 4 3/4"
tall & McKee's pattern #132.
It was made ca. 1894. $37

IVY IN SNOW was made by the
Cooperative Flint Glass Works ca. 1894.
$55

JACOB'S LADDER aka Maltese by Bryce Walker ca. 1876.
It is 6" tall and $38

JERSEY LILY WARE aka Lily Langtree aka Lacy Valence aka Center Medallion
is a recently discovered Riverside Glass Co. pattern ca. 1880s. $85

JEWELED HEART aka
VICTOR has a tiny bit of
gold left in the beads. It is 4 1/8"
to the top of the handle and
3 5/8" across the top. A beauty
by Dugan Diamond ca. 1905. $85
LACY DAISY
is a saucy pattern by John Higbee ca. 1908.
$35
We have a spooner to
match it.

LOCKET ON CHAIN aka
Stippled Beaded Shield,
Heisey's pattern #160 in very rare
emerald green made ca. 1896.
It has a chip HERE and  2 chips
HERE.  An important addition
to any Heisey collection.  $175.


JAPANESE aka Oriental aka
Grace
is the Richards & Hartley creation ca. 1875.  It is 5 3/4" tall.  Other forms of the pattern have different design elements. See other views HERE  & HERE. Difficult to photograph but delightful to own.  $75

LILY OF THE VALLEY
etched creamer by
Gillinder & Sons ca. 1880s.
$48

PANSY, MOSS ROSE &
LILY OF THE VALLEY
is a
pretty little pattern seldom seen.
The glass company that made
it is unknown to us but it was probably about the turn of
the 19th c. One teeny bead
on the top rim is nicked.
$45

LOG CABIN is a famous
EAPG pattern by the Central
Glass Co. ca. 1875. This is an
authentic original with the
latch on the door. $135
LOOP With DEWDROPS
is the U S Glass Co. pattern
#15028 made ca. 1890s.
$45

PILGRIM pattern
It is another McKee pretty ca.
1893.
$38

Take a good look, this may be your only chance to see the 5" table creamer in MANHATTAN aka New York by the U S Glass Co., #15078 ca. 1902.  It is surprisingly VERY RARE. 
**SOLD**
MANILA aka WREATH &
SHELL pattern is a heart-stopper of a pattern by the Albany Glass Co. ca 1900. Offered here in rare
canary/vaseline opalescent.
There is a faint cloudy ring
around the upper body. $95

MEMPHIS aka Doll's Eye
Northwood's #19 pattern
ca. 1907. It is signed with the underlined "N" in a circle.
$75

MELROSE aka DIAMOND BEADED BAND - my favorite pattern - made by Greensburg Glass Co. ca. 1889. $55 MINERVA aka ROMAN MEDALLION - a classic pattern
by Adams & Co. 1881 - 1885.
$75

RADIANT is amazingly clear, sparkling glass. It is Leaf &
Berry engraved & 5" tall. A
1901 Riverside product. $53

MISSOURI aka Palm & Scroll  Made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1899 as part of their States' series of patterns. It has a tiny flea bite on the lip seen HERE.  A very hard pattern to find.. $55 OLD GLORY aka
MIRROR STAR aka
NEW MARTINSVILLE'S #719
was made ca. 1912. $32

ONE O ONE aka BEADED
101 is an old, old pattern by Geo. Duncan ca. 1885. It has
a chip under the edge of the base as seen in the picture,
so is only $35.


OPEN ROSE aka MOSS ROSE, a beautiful pattern by Central Glass Co. ca. 1870s. It has a graceful applied handle and is $95.

PANELLED WHEAT aka FRAMED SHEAF
OF WHEAT was patented by John Hobbs on
Feb. 26, 1871. Hobbs Brockunier & Co. made the
pattern in clear glass $56 & opaque milk glass $66.
We have fabulous spoon holding covered sugar bowls
to match these in both clear and milk glass.

PLEAT BAND aka PLAIN
WARE is a Greentown, Indiana Goblet & Tumbler #137
made ca. 1897 - $35
PLEAT & PANEL aka DERBY is a large pattern product of Bryce Bros. ca. 1882. It is shaped like a triangle! $65

PRIMROSE aka STIPPLED PRIMROSE was made by the Canton Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
$38. We have one with some roughness around the top
edge for $28


PRISON STRIPE is aka HEISEY
#357. A rarely found pattern, this has slight roughness on a couple of the corners of the base. Made
by A. H. Heisey ca. 1907 $85.
PADDLE WHEEL aka FERN WHEEL
aka FERN WHIRL is a product of
the Westmoreland Glass Co. ca. 1905. It
retains some of its original gold
decor. $48

QUEEN aka SUNK was made by McKee in the 1890s. It is 5" tall & has a long but shallow base
chip so is only $32.

RETICULATED CORD aka
O'HARA'S #600 is a scarce
pattern ca 1885. It has a flat flake under the base edge; a beautiful piece of amber EAPG for $65.
RICHMOND aka AKRON BLOCK was made by the
Nickel Plate Glass Co. ca.
1889. It has one top point chipped & is 4 1/4" tall. $38.

ROSE POINT BAND aka WATER LILY aka INDIANA GLASS #153 was made in
1910. It is $45

REEDING aka Four Lines is a Cambridge Glass Company pattern ca. 1916.  The gold is absolutely fabulous.  We have a creamer & butter dish to match it.  The creamer is $42. QUEEN ANNE aka Bearded
Man by La Belle Glass Co.
ca. 1879.  It is 5" tall
and $38
We have a matching spooner
or open sugar in this
pattern too.

RIVERSIDE'S #3 pattern from a date unknown to us but fairly early in the life of the factory which opened in 1879.  It and its matching sugar bowl (which is shown without a lid in a company catalog) are beautifully engraved with Riverside's #10 engraving. 
It is hard to see but there are tiny 'thumbprints' around the base of the bowls.
The creamer and the sugar are a set for $85


ROSETTE & PINWHEEL is the
ever-popular Indiana Glass Co.
pattern # 171 from 1905. It is $35.
ROTEC is one of the McKee
'tec' patterns from the 1890s.
It is $45.

RAYED FLOWER was made
by Kokomo Jenkins ca.1910s.
$45


RIBBON CANDY pattern was made by Bryce Bros. Guess where the pattern got its name.  So that candy has been loved since the 1880s!  This one has a string of slag, see HERE, so it is 'as is' at $20.

PEERLESS aka COLONIAL
is Heisey's pattern #300.
It is not marked.
The gold on the top is
very good.
$42

SAWTOOTH, EARLY
Such a pretty creamer! See the applied handle HERE. It is 5" tall to the low part of the side.
$45
SHELL & JEWEL aka Victor was
made by Fostoria & Westmoreland beginning ca. 1893. See small chip
on side of the lip HERE
$42
This is ADAM'S SAXON
pattern - a classy 1880's
product w/ applied handle
for $55.

SHELL & TASSLE is one
of Duncan's most sought
after patterns. This is the
round version. Ca 1881.
$75


TOSSED SCROLLS
is a saucy little milk glass
cream pitcher that we don't know who made but are sure it is from the late 19th century. $38
SCROLL WITH FLOWERS aka Modern Ware  is a McKee
Glass Co. pattern ca.
1870s. It is a very
Victorian design. $55

TEARDROP & TASSEL is rare
in color in this Indiana Tumbler/Greentown's pattern
ca. 1900.  It is 3 3/4" tall
at mid-side. $145


SHERATON aka IDA is a product of the Bryce Higbee
Glass Co. ca. 1885. The clear one is $38
.
The amber one is $42.

SPRIG aka PANELLED
SPRIG is yet another pattern by Bryce Higbee in the 1880s.
It is rarely found in color. $48.

ROSE SPRIG by Campbell Jones ca. 1886 in that vibrant blue
color.  It is 5" tall at the side. $58

SWAN MID GREENERY is a pattern from Atterbury
ca. 1880
s. It was made in several colors.
milk glass $55; and this milky white. $65. 
SPIREA BAND aka EARL aka SQUARED DOT was also made by Bryce Higbee ca. 1885 - also made in clear & amber. $55

SUNFLOWER aka LILY was made by Atterbury & Co. ca.
1872. It is a rather obscure pattern we rarely see. The amber one
is undamaged and $65. The clear one ha s very shallow flake
on the top edge and is $45.

SQUARED FINECUT is a
Jones, Cavitt & Co. pattern
ca. 1886. $38
THOUSAND EYE aka
SENSATION (OMN).  This is
the Adams & Co. pattern
ca. 1870s in clear.  $55

TENNESSEE aka Jeweled Rosettes aka Jewel & Crescent is the very hard to find U S Glass Co. States' pattern ca. 1899.  It has a very tiny nic on the lip seen HERE
$85


THOUSAND EYE pattern was made by 2 factories. This is the
one from Richards & Hartley
ca. 1880s. It is not the
opalescent variety. $55
This is X-RAY pattern made by Riverside Glass Works
ca. 1899. The gold on it is in excellent shape. See another
View HERE. $55

TEARDROP & TASSEL in clear
made by Greentown ca. 1900. 
It is 3 3/4" tall. 
See another view of it HERE
$42

WILD BOUQUET is a splendid
pattern in blue opalescent made by Northwood or possibly the National
Glass Co. ca. 1900.
$135

TORPEDO aka Pigmy aka Fish Eye is an unusual tankard style & a Thompson Glass Co. pattern ca. 1889.
$65

WIDMER pattern is
Beaumont's pattern #102 from 1902. It has an applied handle & a
flake on the top edge & some mold roughness around the base outer edge. $38

WILDFLOWER was made by the Adams Glass Co. in 1880s.
It is a classic EAPG Victorian pattern.
We have them as shown in amber $55, apple green $48,and vaseline $58
(The apple green has a sliver chip seen only on the inside base rim - see HERE)


WOODEN PAIL aka OAK BUCKET... isn't this a perfect
pattern for a creamer? Bryce McKee made this pattern in
several colors in the 1880s. These are both 4 1/4" tall.
The amber one is **SOLD** and the rare vaseline is $90.
We have a toy creamer in this pattern in our Toy Glass Store.

WHEAT & BARLEY
aka DUQUESNE was made
by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s. It has a small flake under
the base edge & an internal
fissure seen HERE that does
not go to the outside surface
of the glass. $25  We have
one with no damage for $38.

WILLOW OAK aka OAK LEAF aka ACORN & OAK has NO acorns in the pattern!!!! Bryce Bros made it ca 1870s. It has a small chip on top of the
base seen HERE. $34
YOKE AND CIRCLE is the most often used name for this pattern although when Higbee made it
ca. 1912, they called it ERA. 
See inside it HERE. It is
4 1/4" tall and $45

ZIPPER aka COBB aka
LATE SAWTOOTH is a pretty pedestaled creamer
by Richards & Hartley
ca. 1885. $55

These prices do not include the cost of shipping & insurance.
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