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.

Back to the
First Room


Back to the Second Room


Back to the
Third Room

For all Flint
Spooners

If you wish to purchase,GO HERE.
Any damage is noted in the listings; prices do not include
shipping & insurance charges. Subject to prior sale.
DAISY & BUTTON by a
maker unknown to us ca. 18990s. It is 4 1/2" tall &
pretty as a picture.
$33
FROSTED LION by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1877. The Lion is molded into the base. See HERE. It is
5 1/2" tall. $65

DEWDROPS IN POINTS
an OUT-sized table set,
incl. this spooner. It is 5 1/2" tall and 3 3/4" OD.
$38

WATERLILY & CAT TAILS!
What a great pattern! It is 4" tall and 4" wide - by Northwood
ca. 1905 $38
JACOB'S LADDER aka Maltese is 6" tall by Bryce Walker ca. 1876. $37

NEVADA - a pretty States' pattern by U S Glass Ca. 1902. Delicate painted flowers.  $42

AURORA aka Diamond Horseshoe aka Brilliant was made by the
Brilliant Glass Co. ca. 1888. The spooner is
4 1/4" tall.  $38
CO-OPS COLUMBIA is the
name that distinguishes this pattern from other Columbia patterns. The Cooperative Flint Glass Co. made it ca. 1900. 
It is scarce in vaseline. $75  

EYEWINKER aka Winking Eye is a Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton creation from ca. 1885. This is a substantial & unique design!  $85

EASTERN STAR was made by the King Glass Co. ca. 1875.  Until now, it was thought that only a goblet was made in this pattern.  This pretty 4 3/4" spooner has some cloudiness & wear and so is only $25. THE HERO is aka Ruby Rosette - with good reason. The Elson Glass Co. made it ca. 1891.  The ruby stain is great even after all these years! $55

HONEYCOMB is the design on this classic antique spooner.  It is by a maker unknown to us but ca. 1870s.  $35

DAISY & BUTTON
in beautiful 'old gold' color
that goes with everything.
Maker & dates unknown.
$65
LACY VALENCE aka Corner Medallion
was made by Central
Glass Co. ca. 1880s
There are chips under 2 corners seen HERE. $52

TEXAS BULLSEYE
aka Notched Bull's
Eye made by Bryce
Bros. ca. 1870s.
$55

BROKEN COLUMN pattern is a product of the U S Glass Co. ca. 1893.
It is 4 1/4" tall & $45
DAISY & BUTTON
W/ CROSSBARS
in vaseline by Richards & Hartley ca. 1885.  It was purchased
from the Welkers.  $75

DICKINSON is an
early pattern but a 
glass company unknown
to us.  Probably 1860s.  $55

DIAMOND QUILTED in vaseline - Maker Bryce, their #1000  ca. 1880s.
$65
DIAMOND QUILTED in amber/ old gold.
Maker Bryce #1000
ca. 1880s. $55

FINE DIAMOND
This spooner appears to be really old. It is a little grey & may have low flint. We don't know the maker or dates but guess 1850s. $45

LATTICE THUMBPRINT
beautiful in old gold color.
Made by Central Glass
Co. ca. 1880s. 
$65
BEVELED STAR aka
Pride is a Model Flint pattern ca. 1895. In emerald green
$45

BEVELED STAR aka
Pride is a Model Flint pattern ca. 1895. 
in Old Gold/ amber
$35

DRAPERY aka Lace
A very delicate design by
Boston Sandwich  ca 1860s!
$45
CAMEO aka Classic Medallion by Richards
& Hartley ca. 1870s.
$45

GRAPE & FESTOON
is from the Boston Sandwich Glass Co. ca. 1880s. $45

HAMILTON W/ LEAF is
clear ringing FLINT glass by
the Cape Cod Glass Co.
ca. 1860s. Think of that!
$95
MELTON aka
RECESSED OVALS
is a Gillinder & Sons product ca. 1870s. It has a couple of irregular ITM spots on the base.  $45

EGYPTIAN aka
Parthenon is a famous
Boston Sandwich Glass
Co. pattern ca. 1870s.
This piece has a string
of white slag in it seen
HERE so is only $32.

QUEEN ANNE aka Bearded Man is a perky spooner.  It is
a product of the La Belle
Glass Co. ca. 1879, 
We have a creamer to match it in our Creamer store HERE. The spooner is $38.
CLEAR CIRCLE aka Horn of Plenty is absolutely gorgeous!  It is 5" tall, made
by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1892.  See another View HERE.   $38

BETHLEHEM STAR
aka STARBURST aka
BRIGHT STAR
was
made by the Indiana
Glass Co. - Dunkirk
ca. 1910. $45

CATHEDRAL aka Orion
was made by Bryce Bros.
ca. 1885. It has 2 small
flakes under the base
seen HERE.
$47
CORNUCOPIA aka Strawberry & Currant aka Three Fruits. This form
has strawberries -
by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1890s. $65

CUT LOG aka ETHOL
was made by Bryce
Higbee ca. 1890s. It is
engraved with leaves
& "M E Roth"
See HERE. Bright,
clear glass. $65


DAHLIA is a
Co - Op Flint Glass
Co. pattern made
in several colors
ca. 1885-6. $48

LEVERNE aka
Star in Honeycomb
was made by Bryce
Bros. ca. 1880.
$42

SUNFLOWER is
an early Atterbury & Co.
pattern ca. 1872. It has
pretty sunflowers in
square panes. $58

TREE OF LIFE by
the Portland Glass Co. ca.
1870s. This will be sold only
as part of a 4 piece Table Set, soon seen HERE.
FROSTED LEAF an
early FLINT pattern by
the Boston Sandwich Glass
Co. ca. 1860s. Hard to
find exclusive pattern.
$175

GIANT BULLSEYE
aka Bellaire Goblet
#151 aka Concave Circle. From the
Bellaire Goblet Co.
ca.
1889. $52

HOBNAIL aka Hobbs #323 aka DEW DROP is a Hobbs Brockunier product ca 1886.
It is vaseline opalescent. Only one hob is broken seen
HERE. Beautiful! $85
WILDFLOWER is Adams
ever-popular
#140 pattern ca. 1884.
It is 5" tall.
$37

ESTHER aka Tooth
& Claw the great
Riverside Glass Works pattern named after my Aunt Esther. : - ) It was made ca. 1896.
$65

MONKEY is the name of
this interesting pattern
made in just a few forms.
This is milk glass made
by a maker & dates unknown
to the glass community.
A RARE pattern in all
forms. $350
OPEN ROSE aka
Moss Rose is a
beautiful pattern made
by an unknown
maker  during the
1870s.   $55

ANGULAR per Kamm
had a maker we don't
know probably from
the 1880s. Clear,
pretty glass with 2
handles. $54

We'll just call this
PLAIN pattern since
we've been unable to
identify it. It does go with any decor & is definitely Victorian! $45
RED BLOCK aka Late
Block aka Eva. This is a
clear version of a pattern often decorated with red blocks by several
factories ca. 1880s. $56

REVERSE 44 aka Panelled 44
aka Athenia by the U S Glass
Co. ca. 1912, their pattern
#15140.  It is  clear,
undecorated glass.   See base corner nic HERE & HERE.
$55

TULIP & SAWTOOTH
is an early FLINT pattern by Bryce, Richards ca. 1854.... that would be
during what war?
$75

We also have one in
non-flint for $54.

WILD BOUQUET, an exquisite pattern was
possibly made by the National/ Northwood
Glass Co. ca 1900. $110
We have the matching creamer in our
Creamer Store HERE.

VICTORIA 
This is Tarentum's
luscious emerald green
& gold pattern ca. 1900.
There is a manufacturing
defect seen HERE.
Still a beauty! $78

These prices do not include the cost of shipping & insurance.


Back to the
First Room


Back to the Second Room


Back to the
Third Room

For all Flint
Spooners



To learn how easy it is to purchase spooners, GO HERE