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CLASSIC pattern is the famous Gillinder & Sons
incredible 1880s pattern featuring likenesses of classical figures on all of the forms. The goblet features on the 3 panels, L to R, Venus Pudica (Venus of Modesty),
Canova's Dancer & Gibson's The Tinted Venus. We
have 2 for sale, one has 2 small enclosed bubbles in
the base for $350 & one for $375
FROSTED CIRCLE pattern
was made by Bryce ca. 1890s.  Goblets are hard to find in
this pattern.  We have
found 2 & they are
$75 each.
SQUIRREL is one of the all-time rare non-flint goblets in the Pattern Glass World.
There is a small place on the top of the base which may be the site of a repair -
We attempted to photograph it HERE.
so with that possibility in mind, this goblet is priced below value at $325.
MINERVA pattern by Adams & Co. 1881 - 1885. It is a little tilty
& was made that way. $125
OREGON aka BEADED LOOP
a states' pattern
from the U S Glass Co. ca.1901. We
have 2 @ $65 each.
DEWDROP made by
a maker unknown to
us in the 1880s. It has
a few tiny bruises. Rare in vaseline. $65

GAELIC aka Indiana Glass #168 ca. 1908.
It is 7 7/8" tall. See better HERE. We have 6 @
$42 each or $35 each
for more than one.

CHERRY w/ THUMBPRINT was made ca. 1904 by Kokomo Jenkins
Glass Co. $45.
THREE FACE aka THE SISTERS
is Duncan's No. 400 pattern. It
has been much reproduced except
for the engraved pieces such as
this one. It is a classic EAPG
pattern of the highest order &
made ca. 1878. $225.
We have an original issue that is
not engraved for $165.
This is Russian russina uranium glas dessert coupes. It has the maker's mark of the
Fedorvsk Brothers Factory, circa 1850 under the base. More info about it
is available to potential
buyers. We have 2 with one being slightly larger.
Each $250
GIRL WITH FAN is a scarce novelty type goblet made by the Bellaire Glass Co. c 1885. It has been reproduced, but this is an original issue. $135

PANELLED SWAN aka SWAN WITH FISH
aka SWAN - Stuart. This is a coveted goblet by collectors
although the maker and dates are unknown for sure.
There are three scenes with swans, one of which has in its
mouth/beak a fish (see center photo).
Additional photos are available upon request.
$465.

TREE OF LIFE - the
Portland Glass Co. pattern. It has the all-over pattern on the
stem and foot ca.
1870s. 5 available
@ $125 each.
TREE OF LIFE - the Boston & Sandwich pattern. Clear top
margin and no
pattern on stem.
It has
a small chip on the
base. c 1870s $85
LION Clear by Gillinder & Sons c. 1877 to celebrate America's Centennial of their break from the Lion of the British motherland. Only a few pieces of this famous pattern were made without
frosting according to Reilly & Jenks.
We have 2 of these @ $125 each.

MELROSE is an adorable pattern made by Higbee & other factories c. 1889. $48 PENNSYLVANIA aka BALDER is another
U. S. Glass Co's States' pattern (#15048) c.
1890s. We have 2
@ $55 each.
FLUTE var. pictured in Millard.  Maker of this 19th c. goblet is unknown. $25 PROSPERITY aka FERRIS WHEEL
- a popular Indiana Glass Co. pattern
c. 1910. We had 6.
**SOLD**

RIBBED DROPLET BAND in Frosted w/ Yellow Vintage decor. A very classy pattern. Duncan's #89 c. 1887. $135 We also have one with amber band and frosted base. $95 ROMAN CROSS aka CROSSED BLOCK. The maker and date of production are unknown but probably 1880s. $48. CLEAR
ROMAN KEY is a
non-flint goblet whose maker is not known. Probably from the
later 1800s. $42
FROSTED LION by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1877 to celebrate America's Centennial.
It has some rust colored stains seen HERE.
$65

BEADED BAND was made by Burlington c. 1884. This goblet has 2 dings on the base
so is $25

PANELLED
LADDER  
Maker & dates unknown. Probably late 1800s. $45

CLEAR RIBBON was made by Adams & Co.c. 1880s.
We have 1- fancy foot $55;
1- fancy foot tiny bruise on
side of bowl $42; and
1- plain foot $38

CUT LOG was made
by Bryce Higbee c
1890s. We have 3
@ $85 each
DAISY & BLOCK
is by an unknown maker c. 1880s. It
has 2 tiny nics on
the top edge so
only $20

DAISY & BUTTON with THUMBPRINT PANEL was made by Adams c 1880s in several variations. We have 2 with amber stained panels
@ $65 each.
We have one of the rare goblet with red
stain or paint for $95

FLORAL OVAL
is a fussy pattern by
the John Higbee Glass
Co. c. 1910.
$55
BLOCK & JEWEL
possibly by Bellaire Goblet ca. 1880s or '90s. See pattern close view HERE. A rare
pattern $65
OKLAHOMA aka U S REGAL by U S Glass
Co. c. 1906.
**SOLD**

OMNIBUS aka HOBSTAR was
made by the
U S Glass Co.,
#15124 c. 1910.  We have 2 @ $55 each.

OPEN PLAID
pattern was made
by Beaver Falls
Glass Co. c 1880s. It has a bruise on the
foot so only $35.
GRAPE BAND (EARLY) was made by Bryce Walker way back
in 1869! It is $45.
PALING aka BANDED PALING
is a product of the
O'hara Glass Co.
c. 1880s $35

PEERLESS
A pattern "without
peer" by Richards & Hartley ca. 1875.
$48

PANELLED
GRAPE BAND
was made by Richards & Hartley c. 1870s.
$45


SCROLL aka STIPPLED SCROLL
is a Geo. Duncan &
Sons product c 1880.
We have 3 @ $48 each
PANELLED LADDER  
Maker & dates
unknown. Probably
late 1800s. $45

PRISMS & GLOBULES aka PITTSBURGH
made by Bryce Bros.
c 1890s. $35.
DOUBLE PINWHEEL An Indiana Glass Co.
pattern c. 1915.
We have 5 @ $42
each. One has a little gold left on it.

 
SHRINE aka ORIENT aka JEWEL w/ MOON & STAR. This pattern exhibits symbols of the Shrine & was made by
the Beatty Brady  Glass Co. c. 1904  
We have 2 @ $115 each.

ROPE BANDS
pattern was made by
Bryce Bros c 1884
$45

PRISM & DAISY BAR
made by Bellmont Glass Co. c

     


ADAM'S #329 is a plain pattern with
fern engraving.
Made c. 1880s. It is
6 1/2" tall. $34
CORD & TASSEL
made ca.1872 by
La Belle Glass Co..
We have 4. Two have nics on the lip so are 'as is' at $20 each. One is undamaged.
$85
NEBRASKA STAR
aka Bismarc Star
is an Indiana Glass
1907 pattern. We have
6 with no gold $38 ea.
1 with worn gold $42
1 with good gold $48
1 with great gold $62
THISTLE BLOW
by Kokomo Jenkins Glass Co. ca.
It is 6 3/4" tall.
See a side view of the pattern HERE.
$45
These prices do not include shipping & insurance costs.

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