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To see our 'open' sugar bowls (missing lids), go HERE.
To see our 'individual' or 'breakfast' sugar bowls, go HERE.
To see our flint glass sugar bowls, go HERE.
To see a list of our spare sugar bowl lids, go HERE.
To see open sugar bowls that some call "buttermilk goblets" go HERE.
|AZTEC aka Spinner
Daisy aka New Mexico
was made by McKee
ca.1900 - 1910. $55
|BALTIMORE PEAR aka Gipsy aka Maryland
Pear is an Adams
pattern ca. 1874. $95
|BASSETTOWN aka Duncan #40
ca. 1898 . $65
|BEADED ELIPSE aka Aldine,
also by McKee ca. 1903. This
bowl is broken & the lid is
chipped so really only a study
piece. If wanted "as is" $25
|BEADED GRAPE aka California States
series pattern by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1890s. The clear one has 1 corner bead chip & very hard to see flake on top of 2 beads $65.
We have a green one with a ding on
one corner lid bead for $75.
|BEADED GRAPE MEDALLION
A typical 1870s style sugar bowl with the pedestaled base. Made by Boston Silver Co.. $95
|LATTICE W/ THUMBPRINT aka Rope by Central Glass Co. ca. 1880s. $80|
|BEAD SWAG aka Heisey
# 1295 made ca. 1898.
It has none of the usual painted decor. $78
aka Pride is a Model Flint
Glass Co. pattern ca. 1895.
We have a creamer to match.
|KALLBACH made by Burlington ca. 1870s
per Unitt. An obscure
|BLOCK & CIRCLE aka Mellor was made by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1874. There is some roughness inside
the lid rim. $65
|BRIDAL ROSETTES aka Checkerboard pattern was
made by the Westmoreland
Glass Co. ca. 1910 in a
large line of forms. $55
|CLEAR DIAGONAL BAND aka California was made by a glass house unknown to us but it does appear to have been in the
The maker of this pattern is in dispute. Heacock said Northwood & Sanford said maker is unknown. Probably ca. 1906. $55
|DAISY & BUTTON W/ CROSSBARS aka Mikado by Richards & Hartley, their #99 pattern ca. 1885. Purchased from the Welkers. $148||DIAMOND QUILTED
maker Bryce ca. 1880s.
Okay so the lid is amber
& the base is vaseline.
Buy both for $95. Or buy the lid for $35 & the
base for $65.
|ART aka Job's Tears was made by Adams Glass Co.
ca. 1889. The diamond designs on this one are frosted. $75
|BUCKLE, EARLY is a signature pattern by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1870s. One of the 'buttermilk style'
|PINEAPPLE aka Iris
by J. B. Higbee. It has a very hard to see 2" crack in the lid pictured HERE & a tiny flake on a top edge point seen HERE. $35
|CERES aka Cameo aka Profile & Sprig aka Medallion aka Goddess of Liberty
aka Beaded Medallion! Whew! To us, she looks like anything but a
goddess when you see her face on the finial straight on!!!!! But the detail
on the sides and back of her head are marvelous! What a find to have
that intricate finial perfectly preserved. Atterbury is credited with having
made this pattern ca. 1870. $95
aka MIKADO was made
by the Indiana Glass Co.
ca. 1907. There is one tiny
flake on the top edge.
|CROESUS is a pattern from the Riverside Glass Works
ca. 1897. These table size cov'd sugar bowls are 7 1/4” tall to top of finial. This "Royal Purple" sugar has okay gold and a flake on one foot seen HERE. Another view is HERE.
|CUT LOG aka
Ethol was made by
Bryce Higbee ca.
1890s. This is an
|CROESUS another "Royal Purple" amethyst cov'd sugar with good gold, 2 foot chips & several rough spots on the gold design area. See other views HERE & HERE. $125||CROESUS was made in clear which
was never decorated with gold. It is
among the most brilliantly bright
patterns made but is fairly scarce.
|CROESUS in emerald green w/ gold. This one has very good gold &
no damage. See other views HERE & HERE.
|This CROESUS sugar bowl is "as is" because it has just okay gold, 2 rough spots on the gold design element & a large chip on one foot. See other views HERE & HERE. $45||This CROESUS sugar
has okay gold & no damage. See other
views HERE & HERE.
It is $75.
|DAISY & BUTTON by
Hobbs Brockunier was their pattern #101
made ca. 1884. The finial is facetted.
Deep blue on the left. $95
In amber on the right $85
|DAISY & BUTTON with NARCISSUS aka Clear
Lily is a product of
Indiana Glass Co. ca.
|DAISY & BUTTON with CROSSBARS aka Mikado is a large pattern made in several colors by Richards & Hartley ca. 1885. **SOLD**||CARNATION is a really pretty
pattern by New Martinsville
|DIAMOND BLOCK is a seldom found pattern made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1892. A lovely
deep emerald green. It has 3 minor flakes on the underside
of the lid flange seen HERE.
Another 1870s pattern
by King & Son & Co..
It was made in 1875.
Hard to find these patterns with lids.
|DOUBLE ICICLE aka Early Diamond was made by Greentown's Indiana Tumbler ca. 1880s. $62||EGG IN SAND
How's that for a pattern name? It is quite scarce in color & its maker is unknown but 1880s. It is only $85 because of a re glued base chip.
|EGYPTIAN aka Parthenon pattern is from Adams & Co. 1883-87. The 3
photos show the parthenon, a large stone & palm tree and a pyramid which comprise the 3 panels in this form of the pattern. The finial is an urn shape
with delicate handles. There is an internal bruise of some kind
shown HERE which happened in-the-making. **SOLD**
|ELLROSE aka Amberette aka
Daisy & Button Panelled is one
of Geo. Duncan & Sons greatest patterns ca. 1892. We have
other pieces in stock. The covered sugar.**SOLD**
|ESTHER aka Tooth & Claw was made by
Riverside Glass Works ca. 1896.
Our clear sugar is beautifully engraved,
see HERE and it is $95.
Our emerald green retains very good
original gold decor & is **SOLD**
|FEATHER aka Doric is a wildly popular pattern (ours) by McKee during the 1890s. $65||FLORAL OVAL aka
BANNER was made by J. B. Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1909.
A fun pattern in unusual forms. $85
HOBNAIL aka Hobbs #323 by Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. ca. 1885. **SOLD**
|FROSTED CIRCLE aka Horn Of Plenty is a fine pattern made by Bryce
ca. 1890s. It has 2 flakes on the ledge of the lid where it sits on the base.
|FROSTED RIBBON aka
Double Bars was made by King, Son & Co. ca. 1875. Very pretty but as with
many EAPG patterns, the finial is a little tilty. $65
| The maker of FLATTENED FINECUT
pattern is unknown.
It has an inside lid
ding & a corner rim chip. $45
|FLOWER & BUD aka
Blooms & Blossoms is a Northwood floral arrangement from
ca. 1907. $135
|LATE PANELLED GRAPE variant aka Jenkins No. 707
ca. 1910. Great
looking piece. $56
|MASSACHUSETTES aka Arched Diamond Points aka Geneva is a U S Glass Co. States' pattern ca. 1890s. $75|
|GARFIELD DRAPE aka Canadian Drape was made by the Adams Glass Co. ca. 1880s. There is a tiny ding to the very tippy top of the finial and some mold roughness typical to this pattern.
|GRAND aka Diamond Medallion was made during the 1880s in 2 basic designs.
The plainer version is on the left & is **SOLD**
The larger, fancier version on the right
is 5 1/2" wide at the top & is **SOLD**.
We have a lot of this pattern in stock.
|GEORGIA aka Peacock Feather honoring the 'Peach State'. Made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1902. One of the points between the scallops on the lid edge is chipped off. Otherwise adorable. $65||HEART WITH THUMBPRINT is a product
of the Tarentum Glass Co.
ca. 1898. This is a scarce form in this pattern.
There are 3 flakes on the
lid flange - see HERE.
|HOLLAND aka Oat Spray is a seldom
seen pattern by
McKee ca. 1894.
|HONEYCOMB was made by a number of early glass companies including Bakewell, Pears during the 1860s - 1880s. This one is non-flint with an acorn or artichoke finial. $95||JEFFERSON OPTIC
This is a rare pattern & decor probably by
Jefferson per Sanford.
Date - very early 1900s. The rose painted decor on the custard glass is spectacular. **SOLD**
|LEAF BRACKET aka Indiana Tumbler #400
in their famous chocolate glass ca.
|LOG CABIN may be the Central Glass Co. most well-known pattern. It was made in 1875 & is very difficult to find in covered pieces. The lid on this sugar bowl is cracked and there are 2 large chips on the rim of the base.
The latch on the door proves
it is original.
|JUMBO site atop an engraved sugar bowl bearing his name. The bearded fellow at the base of the handles is said to represent Barnum, but who knows for sure. It has 3 flakes under the
base seen HERE. $975
made by the U S
Glass Co. ca. 1890s.
$48. We have one with a chip on the
lid flange seen
HERE for $35
|MAPLE LEAF is a pattern made by a company we can't determine but it is believed to have been made during the 1880s. There are 6 dinged leaf points on the top rim but they pale in comparison to the rarity and intricate design of the piece. Look at the detail in the bunch of grapes in that finial! It is vaseline in color and quite large in size.... 5 1/2" x 4 1/2" at the top. **SOLD**|
|MAINE aka Stippled Panelled Flower is the pattern made in honor of the Pine Tree State ca. 1899. All pieces of this pattern are hard to find.
|MANILA aka Wreath
& Shell a delicious
pattern by the Albany Glass Co. in vaseline opalescent.
|MARYLAND aka Inverted Loop & Fan is another U S Glass Co. States' series pattern to honor the Old Line State ca. 1897. It has a ding on the lid seen HERE. $55|
|MICHIGAN aka Panelled Jewel aka Loop & Pillar aka Desplaines is yet another U S Glass Co. States' Series pattern made to honor the
Great Lakes State.
|MOON & STARS aka Star & Punty aka Palace was made by Adams Glass Co during the 1880s. It has been widely reproduced but this is a guaranteed original issue. It is 8" tall to the top of the finial. We have one with a flake and a 'fleabite' on the flange of the lid that fits down into the bowl for $85 & one with no damage for $95.||NARCISSUS SPRAY pattern is an
Indiana Glass Co. pattern ca. 1917.
|NEW JERSEY aka Loops
& Drops is another U S Glass Co. States' series pattern to honor the Garden State ca. 1900.
It has okay gold on the base and good gold on the lid. $75
|OHIO is one of the very few EAPG patterns that was decorated with etching... it has leaves, grapes & a butterfly. A U S Glass Co. States Series pattern honoring the Buckeye
State ca. 1897. **SOLD**
aka Pyramids aka Flora was made by Bryce Higbee
ca. 1890. It is a
a product of Northwood
ca. 1902. The painted decor and gilt are very good. $135
|PUNTY BAND is
Heisey's pattern #1220 ca. 1896. It is scarce
in ruby and this ruby
is engraved! $185
|REEDING aka Four
Lines was made by the
Cambridge Glass Co.
ca. 1916. The base was broken in transit.
Lid only is $28.
|OREGON aka Beaded Loop the really pretty pattern that the U S Glass Co.
made to honor the
Beaver State ca. 1901.
|PANELLED THISTLE aka Delta is a very popular pattern made by John B. Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1908. It has a good HIGBee signature seen HERE. $95||PANELLED SPRIG aka Sprig aka Royal was made by Bryce Higbee ca. 1880s in a full line of forms. It has a chip on the side of one handle & a shallow flake on the lid flange. $65|
|PANELLED WHEAT aka Wheat aka Framed Sheaf of Wheat is a Hobbs Brockunier & Co. pattern ca. 1871. Think of that.... just six years after the end of the Civil War!! The finial is a detailed sheaf of wheat & this rare form accommodates spoons handily hanging on its side. Both of these are damage free. In clear glass, it is $175 & in milk glass it is $215.|
|PAVONIA aka Pineapple Stem (w/o stem in this flat form called 'Hotel' variation). Ripley Glass Co. made Pavonia in 1885. It has etched oak leaf & acorn decor and has a chip on the top edge of the base. **SOLD**||PLEAT BAND aka Plain Ware is Greentown's Indiana Tumbler pattern ca. 1897. We have one with a lid flange chip
seen HERE for $48 &
one with no damage for $65
|PLEAT & PANEL aka Derby was put out by Bryce Bros ca. 1882. This form is hard to
find in the pattern.
So if you have one,
be glad. $125
|POINTED JEWELS aka Long Diamond aka Spear Point was made by the Columbia Glass Co. ca. 1888. It is prettier than my
photo shows. $58
|PORTLAND aka U S
Portland was made by
the U S Glass Co. ca. 1910
in many great forms.
|PRISCILLA aka Alexis
aka Sun & Star is a many forms pattern by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1880s. $62
|PSYCHE & CUPID Who
knows who made this huge pattern decorated via crystallography. We have a close up photo of the design HERE and the finial HERE. The lid is not a great fit
but it works. $95
|QUEEN aka Sunk aka Panelled Daisy &
Button is a McKee Glass
Co. pattern (their pattern #2) ca. 1885.
It is beautiful in amber. The base is rough with a chip seen HERE. $65
|RAYED FLOWER is a
later pattern by
having been made ca. 1920s but still
collected as EAPG.
|RED BLOCK aka Late Block is a Duncan pattern ca. 1887, this piece having no 'red' on it. It has nics on the lid flange & a chip under the edge of the lid seen HERE. $55||RIVERSIDE'S #301. Now this is a rare
pattern & this is the only piece we've ever
seen in it. Riverside Glass Works made it during the late 1880s (according to its
pattern number). A very interesting & intricate pattern. **SOLD**
|PANELLED FORGET ME
NOT aka Regal by Bryce
Bros. ca. 1880s. We have many other pieces in this pattern in stock. $58
| ROSETTE aka Magic
is a fun pattern by
Bryce Bros. ca. 1889.
Indiana Glass Co.
very popular pattern
#171 ca. 1905. $65
|ROTEC is one of McKee's
famous 'tec' patterns from
the 1890s. It has some roughness inside the lid
|ROYAL OAK is a Northwood pattern
ca. 1891. Another piece that is near '
art glass' with
the acorn finial.
|ROSBY was Fostoria's pattern #1704
|SEED POD or Seedpod aka Olympia was made by Riverside Glass Works ca. 1898. The gold is very good & the lid has 2
small chips on the
flange that fits down into the base. $96
|SWAG WITH BRACKETS
is in blue opalescent
made by the Jefferson
Glass Co. ca. 1903.
is a Richards &
Hartley pattern ca.
|SWAN (Lee) WITH MESH aka Netted Swan was patented
April 18, 1882. A fabulous
pattern by the Canton Glass
Co. VERY hard to find with
perfect finials & this one has a
flaw on the back of the
swan's neck seen HERE. $155
|SHELL & TASSLE This is Duncan's pattern #555, the round form of the pattern.
ca. 1881. The finial is a reclining St. Bernard! The
lid has a large chip on the
edge seen HERE. $125
aka Ida was made by
ca. 1885. $75
|THREE FACE aka The Sisters aka Three Graces is Duncan's very famous pattern No. 400 patented & made ca. 1878 in exquisite detail.
The 3rd photo is of the finial
and the 4th photo is of the standard. $165
|TORPEDO aka Pigmy
aka Fish Eye is the Thompson Glass Co pattern #17 ca. 1889.
TULIP W/ SAWTOOTH
|TRIPLE TRIANGLE is a popular ruby-stained pattern by Doyle made ca. 1890. The ruby is very good but not perfect on a few of the little triangles. $105|
|U S COIN aka Silver Age aka Frosted Coin is pattern (#15005) the
U S Glass Co. made for just a few months in 1892 before the Fed's
confiscated the molds with actual U S currency in them. There are
6 frosted half dollars around the base of the bowl. See the small chip
on the side of the finial HERE and a photo of the sugar bowl from
the top down HERE. This is an original issue sugar bowl. $385
Riverside Glass Works
ca. 1894. This is the table size form of sugar.
|WASHBOARD aka Adonis aka Pleat & Tuck is a McKee pattern ca. 1897.
|WASHINGTON, LATE is the
U S Glass Co. pattern #15074,
in their States' Series to honor the Evergreen State. It is artistically decorated with pink & green flowers. See another photo HERE. **SOLD**
WAVE is a pattern whose
|WILD ROSE WITH
BOWKNOT is a pattern made by McKee ca. 1902.
The whole pattern is frosted giving it a 'camphor' look. $65
|WILLOW OAK aka Oak Leaf aka Acorn & Oak was made by Bryce Bros ca. 1870s. This lid has several chips seen HERE. $62|
|WISCONSIN aka Beaded Dewdrop was made by the
U S Glass Co., their pattern #15079, ca. 1903 to honor
the great Badger State.
See lid damage HERE. $95
We also have a 'breakfast'
size covered sugar bowl
|WOODEN PAIL aka Oak Bucket is a novelty type pattern made by Bryce McKee ca. 1880s. Notice the barrel staves & you
can even see a bail
molded into the side. There is only a 1/8"
base rim nic. $115
is a product of the Robinson Glass Co., their pattern #122
made ca. 1895. It is a scarce pattern in
table set pieces.
|VALKYRIE aka Strawberry & Fan, a little known
Fostoria pattern ca. 1894, their pattern #402 Line. There is only a pinpoint nic on the inside of the lid edge. It is 6 1/2" tall to top of the finial. $58