Early American Flint Table Set Pieces
Butter Dishes, Celery Vases, Creamers &
Spooners for Sale
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ACORN aka RIBBED ACORN is a seldom seem Boston Sandwich pattern ca. 1850s.  The lid has been ground on the inside rim & the top rim of the base has been ground also to remove ancient flakes.
$95
FINE RIB aka Reeded is a famous New England Glass Co. pattern in bell-toned flint made during the 1860s.  The lid has a bruise on the edge seen HERE .   Not too bad for being 150 years old!  $115
HORN OF PLENTY aka Comet aka Peacock Tail is a very well known flint pattern made by Boston Sandwich and McKee from way back in the 1830s - 50s!  The edges of the top are understandably rough.  See lid HERE**SOLD**
THUMBPRINT aka Baby Thumbprint aka Argus by Bakewell, Pears  ca. 1850s.  This piece could be a footed compote but is the size, 5 1/2" inside diameter & 6 1/4" outside diameter of many flint butter dishes.  $75
PRESSED PRISM is a heavy flint pattern made by the Boston Sandwich Glass Co. ca. 1840-60.  The pattern is pictured in Barlow Kaiser as #1180. $155
RIBBED IVY is a flint Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. creation ca. 1850.... 10 years before the Civil War!  It is in beautiful shape.
$185
CABLE aka Atlantic Cable by Boston Sandwich ca. 1859 to celebrate the laying of the Atlantic Cable.  8" tall. VIEW  $95 BULLSEYE & DIAMOND POINT a product of the New England Glass Co. ca, 1869
Perfect $175
SENECA LOOP made
in flint glass by McKee
ca. 1870s.7 1/4" tall $65.
We also have one with a base chip for $35
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This is a blown, cut
celery vase, of an undetermined origin. 
It is very early and  bell toned flint. It is 6 3/4"
tall & 3 3/4" at the top
edge and the base.  It has
a ground pontil.   $110
SENECA LOOP made
in flint glass by McKee
ca. 1870s.
This is a
huge piece of glass -
9 3/4" tall & flawless. 
See other view HERE.
$75
TONG aka EXCELSIOR
Variant #1 aka Hourglass is a pattern from 1856. Curling, Robertson & Co. made it. Naturally, it
has wear in the base & around the rim. Some Civil War wife must have put spoons in it! $95
HONEYCOMB, Allover pattern. Which early
glass maker made this is
unknown but ca. 1860.
It is 7 1/2" tall.
$75
HONEYCOMB, aka
FOUR ROW
Maker is not known
but 1860s or 70s.
It is 7 1/2" tall.
$65
SAWTOOTH, with
knob stem. It is low
lead flint by the New England Glass Co. ca.
1880s.  8 1/2" tall
$85

 
HINOTO aka Diamond Point with Panels, 1850s, possibly by Boston Sandwich. It is 5 3/4" tall to the top of the applied handle. See also HERE & HERE. $75  

RIBBED PALM aka OMN Sprig is a Boston Sandwich product ca. 1860s. It is 5" tall to the side & 6 1/4" tall to the top of the lip & applied handle. Fabulous piece.
See other views HERE & HERE.

$150

This is an extraordinary pair of creamers we call SMOCKING VAR. 1 and SMOCKINHG VAR. 2
for lack of reliable references.
Both creamers are very rare. The pattern was
perhaps made by Sandwich and possibly
elsewhere c. 1850s.  They are $265 each.
SAWTOOTH pattern
was probably made by the Boston Sandwich
or New England Glass Co. in both flint $125
& non-flint $68.
This is a piece of early Portland Glass Co.
OVERSHOT. It has the
reeded handle & 5" tall.
$115
SENECA LOOP by McKee ca. 1870s. A
very heavy piece that
is 6" tall.  See applied handle HERE**SOLD**
GOTHIC pattern by
the Union Glass Co. during the 1860s. Another exquisite applied handle, see HERE.
Rarely found. $225

HAMILTON W/ LEAF
is clear ringing glass
by the Cape Cod Glass
Co. ca. 1860s.
$95
PRISM & FLUTE made by Bakewell, Pears & Co in the 1870s.  This was perhaps made to be a tumbler but it also
works for a spooner. 
$68
TULIP & SAWTOOTH
is an early flint
pattern by Bryce, Richards ca. 1854.
This one has low flint content.
$75
DIAMOND THUMBPRINT by Sandwich & McKee ca. 1850s.
This spooner is a mess, but GORGEOUS! See the base HERE.  See top manufacturers flaws HERE & HERE. And see sand in the base HERE & HERE.  $58
SENECA LOOP by
McKee Glass Co. ca.
1870s.
  This may be a
footed tumbler but it
can be used as a
spooner.
$62
RIBBED PALM
OMN Sprig FLINT footed spooner by McKee ca. 1863. $58 
EARLY SAWTOOTH
may have been made
by the New England
Glass Co. c.1860s.   **SOLD**
CABLE aka Atlantic Cable a classic Boston & Sandwich pattern ca. 1859. There is a little wear in the base from spoons of yore. $65 FROSTED LEAF an
early pattern by
the Boston Sandwich Glass Co. ca. 1860s.
A very hard to find
pattern. $175

TALL ARGUS  - This
may be a tumbler. It has a
spot of underfill on the base & some wear of some 150 years of holding spoons. Made by many glass factories beginning in the 1840s. $65
DAISY & BUTTON
This is a FLINT
amberina spooner!
From the Hobbs Brockunier, their No 101 pattern. Very heavy
with a bell-tone ring.
It is not for sale.
PETAL & LOOP
has a ground pontil
&  is 4 5/8" tall. The dates & maker have not been discovered. There is a small amount of roughness on the mold line.$58.

with the engraved vintage
grape engraving.   The
base stem appears to have been broken off and reglued.  It is not apparent except on close examination.  See
photos HERE & HERE.
$65
HUBER aka Cape Cod #22 aka Straight Huber.  This spooner
has a scalloped top
but is without engraving. It is
6" tall & flint.
**SOLD**
HAIRPIN
w/ Rayed Base
was
made by the Boston Sandwich Glass Co.
ca. 1860s.  It has 2
bubbles in the base
which are unbroken so they are not damage.
$65
These prices do not include the cost of
shipping & insurance.