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|PLEAT BAND is a classic Victorian design and this set of 6 matching 6" tall goblets with no damage whatsoever are a rare find.
The pattern was made by Indiana goblet & Tumbler,
Greentown ca. 1891. The Leaf Spray etchings
make them even more classy. Set is $132 ($22 each)
|ART aka Job's Tears
was made by Adams & Co. ca. 1889. It is 6" tall.
|LOOP & DART W/ DIAMOND ORNAMENT - maker unknown but
dated ca. 1870s. $55
|LATE PANELED GRAPE D. C. Jenkins ca. 1890s. See a close-up of the
pretty pattern HERE.
Four @ $35 each.
aka RICHMOND by Nickel Plate Gl. Co.
ca. 1889 $47
by U S Glass Co.
ca. 1907. $45
|INVERTED THUMBPRINT not sure of maker but probably 1880s. $85||
PANELED SUNFLOWER is a pretty
aka Horn of Plenty
by Bryce; 6" tall
|QUEEN aka McKee's #2 ca.
1885. $65 .
|GRAND aka Diamond Medallion by Bryce Higbee ca. 1880s. 6" tall;We have 4 @ $42 each or all 4 for $94.
||TIC TAC TOE an unusual goblet from the 1880s. See inside HERE. It has many bubbles in the base. $25|
|TAUNTON aka Scroll was made by O'Hara Glass Co. ca. 1889.
This is an exquisitely hand engraved goblet with "Forget Me Not" on one side (first 2 photos)
and a forget-me-not floral arrangement & a butterfly on the other (2nd 2 photos). $56
|This pattern is called ARGYLE aka
OVAL MEDALLION aka
BEADED OVAL WINDOWS was made by Bryce Bros. in all these colors and in clear c. 1885. Amber is **SOLD**; Vaseline is $125; Amethyst is $275 and Blue is $75
|FISHSCALE aka CORAL -
one has a tiny chip on under the base edge $35 & one has no damage $45- by Bryce Bros.
ca 1880. The pair - $68.
The maker is undiscovered.
It is pictured in
Millard II. $25
DAISY & BUTTON W/ NARCISSUS
|DAISY & BUTTON
W/ THUMBPRINT PANEL in amber is
an Adam's product
c. 1880s $45
This is the first etched Dakota goblet we've ever seen! Most are engraved. $75
|HUMMINGBIRD aka FLYING ROBIN
aka BIRD & FERN maker unknown
c. 1880s. In blue $110.
In clear $65.
See close pattern view HERE.
|MELTON aka RECESSED OVALS was made by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1870s. We have 3 of these goblets @ $ 35 each.||JEWELLED MOON & STARS pattern is by Co-Op Flint Glass Co. ca 1880s We have 3
@ $72 each.
Panelled Star &
Button by Unknown Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
|MASCOTTE aka DOMINION aka MINOR BLOCK is a classic Ripley Glass Co. pattern c. 1884 $45|
|MEDALLION aka HEARTS & SPADES
is a VERY Victorian pattern. The factory is unknown but it is not Bryce - they
didn't make green - which is many glass people's first guess.
It has to be 1880s. Amber is $42 because of a poor repair
attempt under the base; Blue & Apple Green are**SOLD**
aka BENT BUCKLE is one of the U S Glass Co. states' series patterns. c. 1903 It has
good gold decor $45.
|ONEATA aka CHIMO by
Riverside Glass Co.
c. 1907 It has some
gold decor $45.
|PANELLED JEWEL by Bellaire
Goblet Co. c. 1880s We have 3 in clear:
Two are perfect & are $44 each.
One has a bit of slag in the base
seen HERE so is $32
One in blue is $75.
A woodsey pattern
by Bryce Bros.
ca. 1870s. 6" tall.
We have 4 @ $45 each.
|GRAPE W/ THUMBPRINT
by Kokomo Jenkins
See close-up View HERE.
We have 2 @ $35 each.
a rare EAPG goblet
in custard glass - by Northwood at
Wheeling ca. 1905.
The decor is called "nutmeg". $85
|PLAIN BAND WITH FERN ETCHING
teeny nic on top rim
Prob. c. late 1800s
|PLAIN GOBLET WITH ETCHING
Prob. c. late 1800s
|PLEAT BAND aka Plain Ware is by Greentown;
Indiana Goblet & Tumbler ca. 1897
|QUEEN aka SUNK
aka DAISY & BUTTON W/ POINTED PANELS
by McKee in blue
ca. 1885 $55
|ARABESQUE is an 1875 non-flint
Bakewell & Pears pattern. We have
2@ $65 each.
GRAPE, maker undiscovered. 1880s
per Metz I. $55
|PANELLED DIAMOND POINT
(Millard) Gillinder's #411 c. 1880s $55
|EASTERN STAR by King & Sons Glass
Co c. 1875
OMN Sensation by
Adams Glass co.
ca. 1885. $48
|SHERATON by Bryce Higbee & Co. c. 1885 $45||ROSE LEAVES
from the 1870s by
|ROSETTE & PALM a Bryce Higbee c. 1899
We have 3 @ $55 each.
|SAWTOOTH w/ Plain Stem c. 1870s $35|
|SIX PANEL FINECUT by Dalzell Gilmore & Leighton c. 1888. We have 3 in stock @ $55 each.||GIANT BABY THUMBPRINT aka EARLY THUMBPRINT by Bakewell Pears is non-flint from the 1860s $75.||HONEYCOMB W/ DIAMONDS was made by the McKee
Bros. Glass Co. c. 1864
aka Bulbous Bullseye made by Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. 1894. It is 6" tall.
|MAGNET & GRAPE pattern came in several variations. This is non-flint and clear leaf. $45||MAPLE LEAF BAND by an unknown maker
in the late 1800s.
The stem is designed
to look like bark!
Pic Metz I. $50
the U S Glass Co. States' pattern. We have 1 left of these scarce 6 3/4" tall goblets. $95.
|NEW YORK HONEYCOMB aka FOUR ROW HONEYCOMB goblet. Maker
unknown in the
1870s or 80s.
We have 2 @ $35 each