|There are 5 'Rooms' filled with over 300 Pattern Glass
Early American Pattern Goblets are all 6" tall, give or take a few smidgens.
EAPG champagnes are + or - 5", wines are + or - 4" tall
and cordials, if you can find them, are + or - 3" tall.
Goblets are the backbone of almost all patterns but in a few patterns a
goblet was not made. We're guessing that there are around 2500
different patterns of EAPG goblets to be found.
Prices range from $25 up to 'if you have to ask, you can't afford it'.
We have more pieces in many of these patterns for sale, so if you already
have your pattern goblets, let us know and we'll tell you what other
forms we have in stock for you.
If you wish to purchase one of these goblets
email Elaine@PatternGlass.com or, click HERE.
Unless otherwise noted, all of these goblets are non-flint & undamaged.
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Guaranteed Original Issue by the U S
Glass Co. ca. 1893.
|DAISY & BUTTON
WITH CROSSBARS aka Mikado by
Richards & Hartley
ca. 1885. $85
|BEADED DART BAND by Geo. Duncan & Sons c. 1880s. Only wear on ruby is at the very top rim. $65
aka Fine Ribbed Anchor
Maker unknown. Not one
of the U S Glass Co.
states' patterns. See
close view HERE.
Very rare. $650
|TORPEDO aka Pigmy aka
Fish Eye by Thompson Glass Co. ca. 1889. We have
4 for $65 each.
|ASHBURTON engraved. This is such a fabulous
goblet, we're listing it here, despite the fact that it is
flint. Eight of the 'thumbprints' in the pattern have been
free hand engraved with the "vintage grape" decor.
It is heavy flint, 6 1/8" tall & gorgeous.
See our other FLINT goblets HERE. $195
ATLAS aka Bullet
|BARRED STAR by Gillinder (their #414)
|HEAVY PANELED GRAPE by Kokomo Jenkins ca. 1904
aka Starburst was made by Indiana Dunkirk ca. 1910. We have 5 @
|BULLSEYE & FAN
A popular pattern by
U S Glass Co. ca.
1905. We have 5
@ $45 each.
|PANELLED LONG JEWELS by Bellaire Goblet Co. ca. 1889.
So pretty.. see in HERE. We have 2 for $35 each or the pair for $55
& can you see the
flat 'ears' on the sides? It is possibly Boston Sandwich in origin
ca. 1870s. $75
|OVAL MITRE is a McKee Bros. pattern
c 1865. We have 1 in
flint for $58 &
1 non-flint for $38.
|CATHEDRAL aka Orion
was made by Bryce in the 1880s. A beautiful shade
of blue. $75
BASKETWEAVE by Cooperative Flint Glass Co. c. 1885.
|BIRD AT FOUNTAIN is from an unknown maker in the
mid to late 1800s.
One only $65
|EGG IN SAND maker unknown ca. 1880s.
We only have one
|BRIDLE ROSETTE aka CHECKERBOARD by Westmoreland Glass Co. c. 1910. We have 3 @ $40 each||BUCKLE, EARLY by Gillinder & Sons c. 1870s. We have 3 in non-flint @ $40 each.|
|MISSOURI aka Palm & Scroll
is the U S Glass Co. pattern honoring
the Show Me State. They are 6" tall.
We have 3 @ $95 each.
|BOSWORTH aka STAR BAND by Indiana Dunkirk c. 1915 One only $55||COLUMBIA a rare Columbia Glass Co. pattern c. 1891 & even rarer in an engraved goblet $125.|
|CANE aka CANE SEAT by McKee Bros. c. 1885. We have 4 blue goblets, 3 are undamaged each @ $55 & 1 with a tiny rim flaw for $28. And one in amber for $35.||MAGNET & GRAPE W/ STIPPLED LEAF
This goblet is FLINT & was made by Boston Sandwich Glass Co. ca. 1870s.
The stippled leaf is faint but there is no damage.
|CURTAIN TIEBACK is one of the first non-flint patterns made in the 1860s. We have 3 with the fancy patterned base for $45 each.|
|No. 22 DOT aka Waterford Inverted Thumbprint per Metz. made by King, Sons &
c. 1880s. We have a pair of these at
|DAKOTA aka BABY THUMBPRINT by
Ripley Glass Co.
ca. 1885. It has a
a slight underfill at the
mold line on the foot.
|EYEWINKER aka WINKING EYE by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton
c. 1885. This is the Eyewinker pattern
original rare goblet -
it did not have the
|FEATHER aka DORIC by McKee c. 1890s. We
4 of these
@ $75 each.
|STIPPLED FORGET-ME-NOT by Findlay Flint Glass Co.,
A shorty - 5 5/8" tall.
by Geo. Duncan & Sons, Pittsburgh
#1003, in 1886.
aka BELTED ICICLE (Batty) by an
unknown maker in
the 1880s. $45.
|FINECUT by Geo. Duncan & Sons
ca. 1885. We have
2 @ $58 each.
|HONEYCOMB by an unknown maker probably c. 1870s
non-flint. We have
|BANDED PORTLAND aka VIRGINIA with
excellent gold band
at top. We have
2 @ $55 each.
|OHIO, a U S Glass Co. States Series pattern c.
1897. We have 2 goblets with the floral &
@ $55 each.
by Geo Duncan Sons
& Co. ca. 1897
with flawless ruby
|ISIS aka Jubilee
pattern by McKee ca. 1894
We have 2 @ $38 each.
|ROSE IN SNOW by Bryce Bros.
c. 1890s - all original issues
In vaseline/ canary $75
In amber - old gold $58
In blue $50
|GRAPE WITH OVERLAPPING FOLIAGE
I kid you not; these are some of the prettiest
EAPG goblets we've ever seen. Pattern was patented in 1870 - made by Hobbs Brockunier.
We have 1 left @ $75.
in blue by
Richards & Hartley
c. 1880s $65
FISHEYE was made
ca. 1870s. $35
|OVAL PANELS by Richards & Hartley
c. 1880s. We have
2 @ $45 each.
|PANELLED STRAWBERRY aka Strawberry With
Roman Key Band by
Indiana Dunkirk c. 1911
See close up of pattern HERE. We have 5 @ $75 each.
|PAVONIA aka PINEAPPLE STEM by Ripley & Co.
c. 1885. We have 7
with etched oak leaf design @ $55 each.
REXFORD aka EUCLID aka
aka ROCHELLE by Bakewell, Pears c. 1870s. Here's a chance to get a set
of matching 135 year
old goblets! We have
5 each @ $55 each.
|MOON & STARS aka PALACE aka STAR & PUNTY
by Adams & Co.
c. 1888. This one
may be old. $45
|WHEAT & BARLEY
a very Victorian
design by Bryce Bros.
In Clear **SOLD**
|WHEAT & BARLEY by Bryce Bros.
|STAR OF DAVID w/ great gold decor is a New Martinsville pattern ca. 1905.
|BEADED DART BAND by Geo. Duncan & Sons c. 1880s. This one in clear has a base chip so is $23. And one with excl. ruby top band is $65.||FERGUSON INVERTED THUMBPRINT by an unknown maker c. 1880s. Have 3 @ $55 each||SIMPLICITY by Bryce Higbee. This one is engraved with leaf design. $25.|
|ATLANTA aka Fostoria #500;
aka Square Lion Heads by Fostoria.
A rare goblet. We have 4 @
|HIDALGO aka FROSTED WAFFLE by Adams Glass
Co. ca 1880s.
It is plain frosted
|HONEYCOMB & PILLAR aka
#87 ca. 1910. Hard to photograph but
very pretty! $35
TWO PANEL whose OMN is No. 24 was made by Richards & Hartley ca. 1880s