We have more pieces in most of these patterns for sale, so if you
already have your pattern spooner, let us know and we'll tell  you
what other forms we have in stock for you.
If you wish to purchase,
GO HERE.
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CIRCLE ROWS (Our name)
This is a gorgeous engraved piece we can not ID.  But it is 19th c. and 4" tall.  $42
SQUARED STAR was made by Ripley & the U S Glass Co. ca. 1885.
It is 5 1/2" tall. $38

TEARDROP & TASSLE
is a Greentown pattern ca. 1900. It is 3 3/4" tall.
$42

REVERSE TORPEDO by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1892 is an elegant pattern.  It is 4 3/4" tall
$55.
LACY DAISY is a really cute pattern by John Higbee ca. 1908.  We have a creamer to match this.  Only 3 3/4" tall
$38

HERRINGBONE is a pretty footed spooner with an interesting top rim.  It is 4 1/4" tall.  $38

NAILHEAD aka
Gem was made by
Bryce Higbee
ca. 1885. 
$42
DART & CONVEX BAND
is this pattern name according to DoRi.  Maker & dates unknown. It has pretty wispy engraving decor.
See side dart design HERE. $45

X-RAY is a Riverside Glass Co. pattern
ca. 1899.
  This example has no gold decor. 
$55

RADIANT aka Diamond Band with Panels
was made by Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. 1908.
It is 4" tall with beautiful gold decor.  A close up
of the pattern is on the right.  $46

MADORA aka Style is a Bryce Higbee pattern ca. 1910.
It stands 4 1/2" tall and is
$35.

HOMESTEAD
Is this perky or what? Bryce Higbee made it ca. 1885.
It is 6" tall & has evidence
of many mamas' spoons
having rested in it. $48
THE STATES aka Cane & Star Medallion. This is the actual spooner in this U S Glass Co. pattern. It is 3 1/2" tall. 
$45

THE STATES aka Cane & Star Medallion.  This is actually an open sugar bowl but it can be uses as a spooner also. It is 3" tall,
by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905.  $45

BIRD & STRAWBERRY
by Indiana Dunkirk ca. 1914.
It has a flat chip on the top
edge seen HERE. $65
BARRED
FORGET-ME-NOT
is attributed to the
Canton Glass Co. ca.
1880s $56

ROPE BANDS aka
ARGENT was made
by Bryce Bros. ca.
1884. $46



ROMAN ROSETTE
Here's a perky little
spooner in this full line
pattern made by Bryce
Bros. ca. 1870s.
$45
TREE OF LIFE
appears to be a
Portland Glass pattern
ca 1870s. It has
clear top margins.
$65

This is MAJESTIC by McKee after they modified the pattern
in 1897. It has seen many a
spoon over the past 100+ years
so there is wear
around the top edge. $45

CORD & TASSEL is
a classic EAPG pattern made by the
LaBelle Glass Co.
ca. 1872
  $65
TALL ARGUS is FLINT &
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

NEW YORK HONEYCOMB aka
Four Row Honeycomb. 
The maker is unknown
but made in the 1880s
or earlier.
It is 5 1/4" tall & $46.

DIAMOND ROSETTES
per Metz or BUCKLE,
FANCY per Batty. A rare pattern whose maker is uncertain but ca. 1870s.
$66
FLACK is a FLINT pattern by an unknown maker from the 1870s according to Unitt & Millard. This could also be a footed tumbler.
$61

THREE PANEL
was made by Richards & Hartley
ca. 1880s. Hard to
find in yellow/
vaseline. $75


FLAMINGO/ STORK
This is probably an 1870s marmalade jar looking for a lid - but if you like long legged birds you can put your spoons in it! $85

CURRIER & IVES was made by the Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. 1890s. It is rare in all colors. This blue piece is the sugar base but works as a spooner
$75.

BLOCKADE aka
DIAMOND BLOCK
W/ FAN by
Challinor & the U. S.
Glass Co. ca. 1891
$45
YALE aka CROWFOOT
aka TURKEY TRACKS another great pattern from McKee Bros ca. 1880s. $55
THOUSAND EYE, the 3 knob version by Adams, their #130 pattern ca.
1890s in our favorite
color amber/ old gold
$65

WOODEN PAIL aka OAK BUCKET. Is this cute or what?? You can see the bucket staves and handle molded into the wood grain pattern. In hard to find yellow/ vaseline $110


HENRIETTA aka BIG
BLOCK is a Columbia Glass
Co. product from 1889. This
is the spooner; the sugar bowl
does not have handles. $45
CLOVER is a product
of Richards & Hartley
in 1888. Table set
pieces are seldom
seen in Clover. $45

DAISY & BUTTON
a rare piece of Gillinder's pattern which forms are oval in shape with 'tab' handles. In vaseline $88

ROYAL aka SPRIG w/o SPRIGS. But it does have the same panels. Higbee made it
probably in the 1890s $55
SNAIL aka COMPACT aka SMALL COMET one of Geo. Duncan's classier 1891 patterns. $65

PRISON STRIPE aka
HEISEY #357 is a 1907
A. H. Heisey pattern
that is very difficult to find.
This spooner has small 'dings' on 3 corners at the base. $62

CO-OP'S COLUMBIA
by the Cooperative Flint
Glass Co. ca. 1900.
It is 4" tall.
$35

TWIN TEARDROPS
is a Higbee product ca. 1907. It has a little roughness on the edges of 2 of the teardrops so is only $35.

BOSWORTH aka
STAR BAND is an Indiana Glass Co.
pattern ca. 1915. $45


BASSETTOWN is a beautiful pattern by Duncan, their #40 from 1898 It is seldom seen in table set pieces.
It reminds of cut glass, it is so brilliant.
We have one with no damage whatsoever for $55
And we have one with a tiny nic on a top edge scallop and
a base chip seen HERE.  $35
We have a covered mustard jar in our Mustard Jar Store.

Fostoria's # 1515
LUCERE

pattern ca. 1907.
VERY shiny glass!
It is 4" tall.
$36


BUTTERFLY W/ SPRAY
was made by Bryce Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1913. It has a flake on the underside of
the lip & is $40.
WINDFLOWER is a gorgeous leafy pattern by
an unknown maker in
the 1870s. $55

CLEAR DIAGONAL
BAND aka CALIFORNIA is 5 1/2" tall & has a small flake on the rim. The
maker is unknown ca.
1880's $36


HOME aka SQUARE IN
DIAMOND BANDS was
made by McKee
ca. 1880s. It is 4 3/4" tall
& $46

OPPOSING PYRAMIDS
aka FLORA aka TRUNCATED PRISMS
by Bryce Higbee ca. 1890
has engraved fern &
berry decor. $45

ROCHELLE aka
Princess Feather
is a famous Bakewell, Pears pattern ca.
1870s.  Very fancy.
$55


VIKING aka
HOBB's CENTENNIAL
aka BEARDED HEAD or PROPHET is by Hobbs Brockunier ca. 1880. It has teeny flakes under 2 feet. This could be a marmalade jar if it had a lid. $75

PETAL & LOOP is
FLINT with a ground
pontil & 4 5/8" tall.
The maker is unknown but it is most likely from the 1850s or '60s.  There is a little mold roughness on
one of the seams. $58.

PAVONIA aka
Pineapple Stem
by Ripley & Co. ca. 1885.

It has an etched decor of
oak leaves & flowers.
See the etching better
HERE

$65



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