Remember, pattern glass was the dishes of the everyday housewife during the 1800s and a lot of her family's own food and drink was home grown.

      Using a cream separator, which works on the principle of centrifugal force, was the most efficient method for family farmers to separate cream from milk.
     

     Because cream was a plentiful commodity, especially on farms, Victorian era creamers, or cream pitchers, were larger than ours are now. On average EAPG creamers are about 5" tall & before the 1880s they mostly had applied handles (straps of glass stuck to the side of the pitcher bowl while still hot).
 This page shows EAPG table creamers in patterns A through H.
Don't despair- they are not in perfect alphabetical order...

To skip to patterns I through Z, click HERE.


      To see our page with  creamers with applied handles &
   individual or breakfast sized &
        States' patterned creamers click
HERE.
To learn how to purchase from PatternGlass.com, click HERE

ACTRESS aka THEATRICAL
creamer is 5 1/2" tall at sides, by
Adams & Co. 1880 - 1885 $85
ATLANTA aka SQUARE LION
is one of Fostoria's early champion patterns #500. Made
ca. 1895 sans frosting, it is $95

ARTICHOKE aka VALENCIA
was by the Fostoria Glass Co. from
1890 - 1896. This one is frosted
with a pressed handle. $125

ALASKA aka LION'S LEG is a not-so-
euphonic name for this beautiful pattern
made by Northwood ca. 1897.
Our creamer is vaseline/opalescent. It has a hairline crack in the handle that is very hard to see and even harder to photograph. $75
This is a little known pattern named PILLOW BANDS aka
Beads & Drapes by Kokomo Glass Mfg. their #450 ca. 1904. It is $32.
We have a matching spooner to pair with it - $38 for the set,
which see HERE.

FLEUR d' LIS
This is Royal's #143 Made ca. 1901
by the Royal Glass Co. in
chocolate glass. It is 3 1/2" tall at
the side. A scarce piece. $135


BEATTY RIB aka Ribbed Opal pattern by
J Beatty Glass Co. ca. 1888.
It is 4 1/2" tall at the side.
See Back HERE. $55  
FROSTED FLOWER BAND is a stately 6" tall pattern with a gorgeous band of frosted flowers around its mid-side.
See those HERE. $45

TEXAS BULLSEYE is 5 1/2" tall at
the side & non-flint but it has an applied handle. By Bryce Bros.
ca. 1870s.
$45

BEADED OVALS IN SAND aka
Erie was made by Dugan Glass
Co. ca. 1906, RARE in opalescent green.  $95
BUTTON BAND aka Wyandotte aka Umbilicated Hobnail by Ripley & Co. ca. 1886.
Engraved.  See missing
base scallop HERE.  $55

BEVELLED STAR aka
Pride, a Model Flint Co.
pattern ca. 1895. 
$48


BROKEN COLUMN aka
RATTAN is a U S Glass Co.
pattern ca 1893.
It measures about 2"
across the top. $55
BARLEY aka INDIAN
TREE is a product of
Campbell Jones
Glass Co. ca. 1879s. $45

BEADED ARCH PANELS
aka BEADED ARCH is attributed to the Burlington Glass Wks ca. 1890.
It is 5" tall & $55

KING'S 500 aka Swirl & Thumbprint made ca. 1890.
This is part of a Four Piece Table Set. See & Buy HERE.

BIRD & STRAWBERRY
The very popular Indiana Dunkirk pattern ca. 1914.
$75



CABBAGE LEAF aka FROSTED CABBAGE LEAF is a hard to find pattern by Riverside Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
There is a bruise on a
protruding leaf shown
HERE. So only $72
CANE aka Cane Seat was made
by McKee ca. 1885.  This piece
is 'as is' because it is slightly
tilted and it has several chips around the base, seen HERE
But it still holds cream!
$28  

BUCKLE WITH STAR aka ORIENT was made by
Bryce Walker ca. 1875. It
is 5 1/4" high to the top
of the center of the bowl...
a little larger than most EAPG table creamers. $65




CATHEDRAL aka ORION
was made by Bryce Bros ca. 1885. It was made in blue, amber, amethyst & clear. This has a tiny flat flake on one corner of the base. $55
GRAPE, LATE PANELED
came from D C Jenkins
ca. 1910. The tiny lid matches
the design at the top of the
creamer. Sometimes called
'sanitary creamers'. $55

CHRYSANTHEMUM aka SPECKLED CHRYSANTHEMUM
by Northwood ca. 1888. It
is the white speckled &
sports a rough pontil. $75

CROESUS is a Riverside Glass Works pattern ca. 1897.
In "Royal Purple" it is in excellent shape with very good gold. See other views HERE & HERE.
**SOLD**
CROESUS was also made
in a rich emerald green.
This creamer has excellent gold and no damage.
See additional views HERE & HERE. $115

CROESUS again in emerald green with good gold but a repaired foot painted over
shown HERE.
$65


CHICKENWIRE aka
SAWTOOTH HONEYCOMB was made by the Steimer Glass Co. It
is rare in ruby stain with gold.
There is jut a little ware on the
ruby on the top rim. Ca. 1906.
$175

DOUBLE ICICLE aka
EARLY DIAMOND, a
Greentown product
ca. 1880s.
$48

DIAGONAL BAR BAND is a pattern made by a glass company as yet unattributed. 
It is 5 7/8" tall at mid-side & has lovely engraving, seen in this close-up photo which also shows a small in-the-making }dot of a flaw. $35


CLASSIC is one of Gillinder & Sons' most famous patterns. It
has likenesses of classic statuary
on the different panels. Made
ca. 1875. This form has the log
feet & one of them has a tiny
flea bite underneath. $135
BALTIMORE PEAR is aka
GYPSY aka Maryland Pear aka Twin Pear! See a close-up of the original pear striations HERE.
New pieces don't have these. Made by Adams ca 1874, $65. We have 2 with some damage for $35 & $45.

FAN & DIAMOND aka Shell
aka McKee #3 is obviously
an early McKee pattern from
the early 1880s. 
$46



CORNUCOPIA aka STRAWBERRY & CURRANT is a
very interesting pattern. Each form has different fruits or vegetables on the two sides. The creamer has some currants
on one side and grapes & a pear on the other. It is a pattern
made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1890s.
$65

CURTAIN TIEBACK originally named Adams #155, made by Adams & Co. ca. 1880s
$45


DAHLIA   Here is the sweet little creamer made by
the Co-Op Flint Glass Co. ca. 1885-6. The clear one is undamaged and $45.
The very hard-to-find vaseline one has a base
chip shown HERE and some roughness on the lip & is $65.

DELEWARE by U S Glass Co .
#15065 ca. 1800. 

See the other side HERE.
$45



CUT LOG aka ETHOL
pattern was made by the
Bryce Higbee Glass Co.
ca 1890s. It is 5 1/2" tall at
the side of the lip. $58
DIAMOND POINT LOOP is
said to be a product of the 1890s
but the maker is unknown. It
has a couple of small nics on the
outside top edge. $48

CARDINAL BIRD aka Blue Jay
by the Ohio Flint Glass Co.
ca. 1870s.
If you look real hard
you can see him pecking
at a leaf.  $45

CLASSIC MEDALLION
by Richards & Hartley ca. 1870.
$45
FLORENCE aka Two Handled is a rare 5"versatile creamer that can also be used as a spooner!
See HERE. $42

DAISY & BUTTON WITH CROSSBARS by Richards & Hartley ca. 1885.  Bought from the Welkers.  $75

LATE BUTTERFLY aka Mikado
aka Jeweled Butterfly by
Indiana Glass Co. ca. 1907. 
It is 3 1/2" tall and $42.
GARFIELD DRAPE aka CANADIAN DRAPE was made by Adams' ca. 1880s.
It is very slightly discolored-
a very hard to find creamer. $65

DOUBLE SPEAR aka BRILLIANT is a McKee pattern ca. 1880s.. $45

COMET, DOYLES aka U S COMET aka DRAPED FAN was made by Doyle & Co. ca. 1880s. It is 5" tall & this one has a top
point chipped off. $39
EGYPTIAN aka
PARTHENON pattern is
a product of the Adams &
Co. 1883-87. $65

ESTHER aka TOOTH & CLAW is a beautiful pattern made by Riverside ca. 1896. This creamer is tragically cracked
in the lower portion. See
HERE. So this rare
amber stained, engraved
piece is only $43.



LEAF & FLOWER
A stunning pattern by Hobbs Brockunier & Co. ca. 1891, $55
We have a shallow bowl, syrup, celery vase, & waste bowl in this pattern -
see their respective Stores.
FEATHER DUSTER aka ROSETTE MEDALLION
aka HUCKLE was made by
U S Glass Co. ca. 1895. $45

FEATHER aka Doric
was made in emerald green
on a limited basis. It is 4 1/2" tall to the top of the scallops.
There is some roughness on the lip which is not disfiguring. $125

BEADED FINECUT made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1890.  $38 FLOWER MEDALLION aka INDIANA DUNKIRK #158
made ca. 1920. $55

EGG IN SAND
This pattern's maker is not known but it is ca. 1880s.
It is 4 1/2" tall & RARE
in blue. $65


DOUBLE RIBBON
Was made by the King Glass
Co. according to McCain
ca. 1870s. It is 5 1/4" tall.
$45
FANDANGO aka DIAMOND
SWAG is a seldom found A. H.
Heisey pattern #1201 ca. 1896.
There is a small, hard-to-see
slit where the top of the applied handle attaches. $55

FLORAL OVAL aka BANNER
was made by J B Higbee Glass
Co.
ca 1909. With the lid it
could be used as a syrup pitcher.
The lid has a small chip
under the lip. $78


GRAND aka DIAMOND MEDALLION is a
Bryce Higbee pattern that was made in 2 variations
ca. 1880s.   The form on the left is taller and has
fans at the top of some pieces.  It is  **SOLD**.
The creamer on the right is the variation with flat top
edges. It has a tiny flake on the lip seen HERE.   $48

GALLOWAY was made by
the U S Glass Co, their #15086 pattern ca. 1904. It is 4 1/2"
tall. **SOLD**


GARDEN OF EDEN aka
LOTUS WITH SERPENT was made by an unknown glass company but the dates are
1870s. There is some mold roughness on the top edge.
This form has the serpent
in the base & is $75.
ELECTRIC pattern is a
rather obscure pattern made
by the U S Glass Co.,
their #15038 ca. 1896.
It is $55.

HEART WITH THUMBPRINT
pattern is one of EAPG's most sought after patterns. Tarentum Glass Co. made it ca 1898
in many forms. This creamer
is only $95 because it has a
small chip on top of the base
ring, seen HERE and the base
has been ground.

HAWAIIAN LEI is a
pattern made in many forms
by John Higbee
Glass Co. ca. 1913 $48
HEAVY PANELLED GRAPE
aka PANELLED GRAPE.
This creamer is only 4" tall and it
has a reeded handle. $45

WESTMORELAND SPECIALTY CO. # 170 aka Cane Medallion
ca. 1896 with a 'sanitary' lid.
$48


HOBNAIL aka HOBBS #323
was made by Hobbs Brockunier
& Co. ca 1885. It is frosted all
over. $65
WILLOW OAK aka
Wreath was made by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s. It is 5 1/4" tall. $42

HOME aka SQUARE IN
DIAMOND BANDS is
4 1/2" tall made by McKee
ca 1880s. $46

HORSESHOE aka PRAYER RUG aka GOOD LUCK creamers
came in two styles. A home or table style and heftier "restaurant" style.

Both are 1880s creations of Adams & Co 1883 - 87.
The table size is on the left and is the more or less "standard" 5" tall size and $55.
The restaurant size is only about a half inch taller but it holds more
because there is no pedestal. It is very rare and $265.

The prices above do not include the cost of shipping & insurance.

To go to creamer patterns I through Z, click HERE.

      To go to creamers with applied handles & individual or breakfast sized
& States' patterned creamers click
HERE.


     
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