The sugar bowls in this Store are about 3-4" tall; smaller than 'table' sugar bowls.
They are called 'individual' or 'breakfast' sugars by factories sometimes.
Most of them did not take a lid but a few, as noted below, did. If you have the lids to fit any of these sugar bases, maybe you want to buy our base or sell your lid to us.
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To return to the Store with Covered Sugar Bowls click HERE.

To return to the Store with 'open' Sugar Bowls (without lids), click HERE.
  To go to the Flint Glass Sugar Bowl Store, click HERE.
  To see a list of spare sugar lids we have for sale, click HERE.
To see open sugar bowls some call "buttermilk goblets", click HERE.
 
ESTHER by Riverside
In amber & engraved.
This form/color is quite rare
See also HERE. $135
  ESTHER by Riverside
In emerald green/gold.
The gold is fully 90% intact.
$115
                               
AMERICA aka Swirl &
Diamond
was made by Riverside, their pattern
#348. It is 3 1/2" tall.
$38
DAISY & BUTTON WITH RED DOTS was made by
the U S Glass Co. ca.
1890s.  A fairly rare
piece.  $135
DEWEY in chocolate glass
is the product of Indiana Tumbler at Greentown
ca. 1898. It is 2 1/2" in
diameter & has a small flake
on top of one 'foot'. $105
DOUBLE DAHLIA W/ LENS
aka Dahlia &/ with Petal is attributed to the Canton Glass
Co ca.1905.  It is 3 12/" tall &
did not take a lid.  $45
BARREL BLOCK is Greensburg pattern #130 made ca. 1889.  It is
4 3/4" tall incl. the
finial. $45
HEART WITH THUMBPRINT is rather hard to find in green.  This dainty little 2 handled sugar bowl probably did not take a lid.  It is
2 3/4" diameter at the top and 2 3/4" tall. **SOLD**
HARVARD YARD aka Harvard #1 was made by the
Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1896.
The little sugar on the left has a metal base and may
have taken a metal lid. $32
The one on the right did not come on a metal base
& most likely did not come with a lid. **SOLD**
POINTED OVAL & DIAMOND POINT is the product of A. H. Heisey Glass Co. ca. 1896.
It could have taken a lid. A very rare
pattern. $95
RANSON aka Gold Band was made by Riverside Glass Works ca.1899.  It is missing its lid.  The top edge is 3" diameter & it is 3 1/4" tall.  $38 SUNBURST
This pattern was made by Kokomo ca. 1904 and later by the Federal Glass Co., their
#600 ca. 1914.   It is 3 1/4"
tall and diameter.  $32
WISCONSIN aka Beaded Dewdrop is a U S Glass Co.
States' Series pattern. It is
5" tall to the top of the lid &
3 1/2" diameter at the top
of the base. $150
FANCY LOOP by Heisey ca. 1898. It has a large base chip
so only $20.
NIAGRA aka U S Glass Co. #15162.  ca. 1915.  It did not take a lid; is 2 3/4" diameter and 2 1/2" high. $25 ZIPPER type pattern with a lid.  We have not found out its maker yet.  It is probably from very early in the 1900s.  $45
These prices do not include
shipping & insurance.
Click HERE to learn how easy it is to purchase from PatternGlass.com
To return to the Store with Covered Sugar Bowls click HERE.
To see a list of our spare sugar lids for sale, click HERE.
  To go to the Flint Glass Sugar Bowl Store, click HERE.
To go to the Store with Open Sugar Bowls, click HERE.
       To see open sugar bowls some call "buttermilk goblets", click HERE.

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