|All lacy glass has some flint in it but Lacy Salts are earlier than our
Flint Glass Salts seen HERE. We would appreciate any help with
identification of those whose patterns we do not know.
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|This is a French Lacy Salt ca. 1840s.
It is 3 legged, 2 3/4" in diameter with a 1 3/4" opening & 2 1/4" tall.
It is H & J #3495; Neal #HN-18, pg 114.
One of the 'feet' is missing 2 'toes', see HERE.
35-4-2 Smith #339-6-3; A lacy rarity;
see Lee Sandwich Pl26 for similar pieces ;
rims ground smooth; from early 1820s.
Very heavy flint; Chips on top edge. Bright white under black light.
See edge damage HERE. SPA594 $155.00.
|A Lacy rarity; see Lee Sandwich Pl26; rims ground smooth ; from early 1820s. AS IS crack down the side and into the base; deep star design in base. SPA592 $85||A
rare Lacy salt; Flint; yellow under black light; few flakes on
base; rough rim of overfill inside top rim; chip on one top and
one base corner.
flint; bright white
under black light; 1 flat
chip on top edge; very minimal roughness on rest.
# R09; Coddington 13-23 round; origin France; scarce; glows
yellow under black light; 6 point star in base; no damage to top rim; 2 small chips & roughness to base.
|Crown-Like Flint Opalescent Neal #CN 1b, pg. 48.
Made by Boston Sandwich
Very rare, probably 1830s. Small chips on top & feet.
See photo of feet HERE.
|RARE COBALT BLUE LACY DOUBLE TABLE SALT
Probably French made, cobalt blue glass Lacy flint Double Salt. The overall length at the top is 3 1/2” and the width is 2”. The height of the curved center divider is about 2 1/8”. The date of manufacture could be anywhere between 1830 & 1850. We have not found it described in a reference.
It has a shallow flake on one top side which only penetrates the top edge in one tiny spot - seen HERE. And it has a chip on the base at one end…seen HERE.. A photo from one end is seen HERE. And HERE is a view from the top.
All in all, its in remarkable condition considering its age and origin.
|Collard Bullseye Heavy flint; oval thumbprint band. Eight panelled thumbprint; Footed; yellow under black light. Few small flakes on top edge & base. SP647 $68||Coddington 40-4-2. Heavy flint; there is an area of overfill sticking up at the inside top edge and it has chips on it. Also a chip on one outside top corner. SP782 $55|
|Coddington 41-2-4 No damage - probably as good as the day it was made! SPA000 $65||Neal 002 Some roughness on bottom edge;1 flake on bottom; Heacock Johnson #3464
|EAGLE Lacy Neal #EE-1a Heacock #3482
2” high; 2 7/8” long; 2 1/4” wide;
has trees w/ falling leaves? on both ends SPA680 **SOLD**
|Neal #OL 3 - Very Rare Lacy Origin France. Light weight, bubbly glass. Great shape top edge - only 1 flake on outside top side end. Slightly rough around the base. Mold lines on sides. Not listed in clear; only light amber.
Coddington 47-3-1; Smith #406-4-3.
|Neal #SL 1a Lacy - Scarce; deep yellow under black light; very little roughness;
|Top of these 2 salts pictured side by side.
Bottom - inside both of these salts.
|Neal #SL 1a Lacy - Scarce; deep yellow under black light; only 1 chip on top edge of one side & moderate roughness on base. SPA585 $65|
|This is a salt we have been unable to identify.
The base design deeply inset (see photo at right);
Bright white under black light;
base has been ground & shows tremendous wear;
Several flakes on top rim; very heavy flint
27-3-1 double salt with handle (which is slightly tilty);
glows yellow under black light;
large chip on side but virtually no other damage.