In those early Victorian days the frugal homemaker did not set
spoons out at each place when setting a table. Indeed, she may not have had
enough spoons to go around! Instead, the spoons were kept in a “spooner”
and placed on the table within reach of those who might need them.
It seems so reasonable a practice, we wonder why it was dropped by most
Americans around the turn of the twentieth century.
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RIBBED DROPLET BAND
a perky pattern by Geo.
Duncan & Sons - with amber staining within the frosting.
There is a small flat flake on
top of one 'toe'.  $64
STRIGIL was made by Tarentum according to Welker ca. 1902. This has essentially perfect gold around the top.  It is
4" tall and $42.

SUNK HONEYCOMB aka Corona by Greensburg Glass Co. ca. 1893.  Fantastic floral etching in the ruby staining! $62


ALLOVER HONEYCOMB
describes this pattern perfectly. The maker is not known to us
but the date would be ca. 1870s.
5 1/2" tall. $42

TWO BANDS aka
Doyle's #200 ca. 1880
Scarce in color $65

ALABAMA by U S Glass ca. 1892.  May be an open sugar but it holds spoons too. See tiny flakes HERE & HERE.  $85

JERSEY SWIRL is a very
tall spooner but at 6 1/4" tall,
it could be used as a celery
vase. This gorgeous pattern
was made by the Windsor
Glass Co. ca. 1886.
  It has a small flake on the edge of the base seen HERE.  $45
One with no damage is $55.

KING'S CROWN aka XLCR by Adams Glass Co. ca. 1890.  It is 6 1/4" tall and guaranteed to be original issue.  There is a flat flake on the outside of one top scallop seen
HERE.  $38

PICKET FENCE aka London - a quaint pattern by King Glass Co. ca. 1880s.  It has tiny flakes off the inside of 2 top corner scallops, seen HERE.  $75

REEDING aka Four Lines
is a Cambridge Glass Co.
pattern ca. 1916. The gold
decor is fabulous! $38 (we have
a creamer and butter to
match in their webStores)
DAKOTA aka Baby Thumbprint - a famous Ripley pattern ca. 1885.
It is engraved fern &
berry. $56

BUDDED IVY possibly
by Lancaster Glass Co.
ca. 18870s. 
It is 4 1/2" tall.
$42


WOODLAND PATHS
Is that not a novel name for this unique spooner design? It is only pictured in
one reference. The maker is unknown
but it is consistent with glass from the 1870s or 80s. It is 5 1/2" tall.   $65
BOX IN BOX is a pattern by the Riverside Glass Co. cal 1894.  It has great ruby
staining & vintage engraving on one
side and "Grandma 1898" on the other
side.  Its problem is that one of its top
points is chipped off.  Still a beauty!  $55

MITRED PRISM is a Model Flint Co. product.  With two twisted glass handles, it
makes a pretty & useful
table decoration. $45
This BANDED ICICLE spooner is by a maker unknown in the references.  It is non-flint and a little larger in diameter than
most spooners. $45

CLASSIC is one of the premier patterns made in Victorian America.  From Gillinder Glass Co. in the 1870s, it is only $85 because one of the legs has been repaired.



 

FLOWER MEDALLION aka Eclipse (OMN) aka Indiana Dunkirk #158 ca. 1915.
It has some gold and rose
color left but it is faded.
$38
We have one with no color seen HERE for $42

SCROLLY MILK GLASS
This is quite thin & dainty glass so it makes a VERY
Victorian spooner!
Pattern & maker
unknown.  Late 19th c. 
$48

SCROLL WITH FLOWERS aka Modern Ware by McKee Glass Co. ca. 1880 has a
slight bit of inside rim roughness from spoons over the past century.  It is $45.

ACTRESS - Made by Adams & Co. 1880 - 85
The taller variation on the left is "As Is" because it has a  LARGE chip
seen HERE on one of the top scallops. **SOLD**
The shorter variation (middle photo) is damage free & $85.
The photo on the right is of the actress on the other side of the shorter spooner.
Any piece of STARRED BLOCK by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton is a prize.  This spooner is engraved.  It has a chip on the base and is $45. This milk glass BLACKBERRY has a small chip under one handle.  It is a  Hobbs, Brockunier product
from 1870.  $42

ZANESVILLE aka
Robinson #122 is an
elusive pattern ca. 1895. It
is a product of the
     Robinson Glass Co.
            $45
            

SWAG BLOCK aka Duncan #326 is from ca. 1891.  It has seen a lot of spoons in its day! There is wear around the top $35. BIRD & STRAWBERRY is one of the most popular of all EAPG patterns. This piece has great paint decor and light gold trip on the rim.  No glass damage. $175. GOTHIC aka
Spearpoint Band by McKee ca. 1902.  Pretty good gold decor.
$38
Remember 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 sale.

FLOWER & QUILL by McKee ca 1900.  There is
a small flat chip on the underside of the base and it has a little use wear from spoons in the base so it is $35.
PRISM & FLUTE made by Bakewell, Pears & Co in the 1870s.  This was perhaps made to be a tumbler but it also works for a spooner.  $68 LATE PANELLED GRAPE
by Beatty Brady & Indiana
Glass Co.  ca. 1908.
Beautiful handles & very
great design impression.
$45
 
TAUNTON aka SCROLL by O'Hara ca 1889 is a very hard to find pattern!  There is a .5" flat flake under the base
but hard to notice it.  $35
HAWAIIAN LEI
Is a pattern by Higbee Glass Co. and is one of the very few patterns of EAPG that is "signed" by the maker.  The signature is the Higbee "Bee" in the base.  There is a faint amount of gold on the top rim.  $55
 

GENEVA aka Shell & Scroll is a Northwood pattern made
in custard glass with painted decor. See
another view HERE.
It is 4 1/4" tall.
$65
DAISY & BUTTON
w/ CROSSBARS in
beautiful amber was made
by Richards & Hartley
ca. 1885. 
It is 5 1/2" tall.
$65
RING BAND is Heisey's
#310 pattern made 1898. The gold decor is incredible for
this pattern. It is what
Heisey calls Ivorina Verde
& others call Custard glass. Signed with the diamond H
on the base seen HERE. $95

The TEXAS state pattern
by the U S Glass Co. ca 1900 is very hard to find
in table set pieces & especially hard to find in
the Rose blush stain.  This blush is about 65% and
the spooner is $275.
Emerald green X RAY is
a Riverside pattern ca. 1899.  
The gold trim is not perfect
but very good for 100 years
of use.  There is a tiny bit of
slag near the top edge & it is $75.
COTTAGE pattern is a product of the Adams Glass Co. ca 1870s.  this spooner has some roughness on under side of top edge and some wear from spoons in base.  $36

TWO PANEL aka Daisy in the Square by
Richards & Hartley ca 1880s in blue**SOLD**
We have one in clear with 2 base flakes for $36.

TORPEDO aka PIGMY
aka FISH EYE by
Thompson Glass Co. ca. 1889.  This is 6 1/4" tall
so it is a short celery vase
or a Forker! 
$55

Bryce Brothers #79 is
more commonly called CHAIN W/ STAR.  Made
ca 1882, this spooner
has no damage and is
$38.

WILDFLOWER by
Adams ca 1874 in blue
has a base chip. $35
We have an amber one
with no damage
for $45
MAINE is the
U S Glass Co. States'
pattern made cal 1899. This is the sugar bowl missing its lid,
but works for a spooner in
this very scarce pattern. $75

HAMILTON - non-flint, made by the Cape Cod Glass Co. in the 1860s $75


CURRANT pattern
is a product of Campbell
Jones & Co. ca. 1870s.
Just think of the spoons
that have been set
herein!   $58
PRESSED LEAF was also called NPL (New Pressed Leaf) by McKee who made the pattern in 1867. Countless spoons have left their mark on the top edge and base. $48

DIAMOND POINT LOOP in apple green.  The maker is unknown but ca. 1880s.  This is actually a sugar bowl missing its lid, but works as a spooner too.  $65


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