A delicate blown Northwood pattern ca. 1889 in clear/ opal $175
|REVERSE SWIRL, Speckled by Buckeye Glass & Northwood
in blue. Very Rare - not seen in books. $550
Possibly Lancaster Glass Co., dates
|DAISY & BUTTON
Maker is uncertain but 1880s.
2 5/8" tall. $44
was made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton
|DAISY & BUTTON
ca. 1880s. $75
ca. 1904. $48
BAND by Kokomo Jenkins ca. 1890s
tiny rim flake. $45
|SCALLOPED SWIRL aka York Herringbone was made by Ripley & later by the U S Glass Co..
This is souvenired
"Hot Springs 1904" $65
See another view HERE.
|HOLLY AMBER aka GOLDEN AGATE by Greentown ca. 1903. This was certified original by Dr. Measell & is the taller of the footed types. $575||HOLLY CLEAR by
|DAISY & BUTTON
by Hobbs Hobnail #101 ca. 1884 in rare FLINT amberina.
|SCALLOPED SIX POINT was made by Duncan Sons & Co. ca. 1896. One has fairly good gold decor for 48
& one has no gold. $40.
Rib & Bead ruby
stained by McKee
Bros. ca. 1901.
|IDYLL by Jefferson Glass Co. ca. 1907,
their pattern #251.
A scarce toothpick.
|PANELLED CHERRY aka Cherry w/ Thumbprint is from Kokomo Jenkins c. 1904. $52||HOBNAIL #101 aka DAISY & BUTTON is by Hobbs Brockunier
in amber ca 1885 $58.
We have an amberina one for $245.
|DAISY & BUTTON w/ V ORNAMENT
aka VAN DYKE pattern by A. J. Beatty
c. 1886. In Clear glass $35
In vaseline glass $75
|S REPEAT aka NATIONAL pattern is a
National Glass Company product from ca 1903. The green one has just a vestige of
gold left on it. **SOLD**
The blue toothpick has no decor & is $85
|MANHATTAN aka NEW YORK by U S Glass c. 1902 has some gilded stain remaining. $45||This milk glass toothpick is called simply PATTERN #45 by Eagle Glass & Mfg. w/ pink and green decor $65||Beatty #590 is the pattern which our good
friend Dave Peterson identified for us.
It is 2 1/8" OD at the top and could be used
as a whiskey or a match holder as well.
Made by Beatty ca. 1891. $75
|PINEAPPLE & FAN by U S Glass Co. 1890s. Has some
gold on the top rim that is worn. $45
|POINTED GOTHIC by Indiana Dunkirk #453 c.
|LADDERS W/ DIAMONDS by Tarentum & Duncan Miller ca. 1903.
It has some gold
|PANELLED SUNFLOWER is by Kokomo Jenkins c early 1900s. There is
a teeny flea bite on
the base $35
KLONDIKE aka English Hobnail Cross is Dalzell;s #75 in clear. Created ca. 1898, it is $195.
& DIAMONDS is
Duncan Miller #24.
Made ca. 1895
|ROYAL aka Bulbous Bullseye by
Cooperative Flint Glass Co. c. 1894 on
the left w/ no souvenir $39
On the right it says "Souvenir
Waterloo, Ia." There a few pinpoints
in the ruby section. $39
|20TH CENTURY aka Wards New Era
by Coop Flint Glass Co. ca 1900.
|ESTELLE by J. B. Higbee ca. 1910. It is signed with the HIG
bee seen HERE.
by John B. Higbee Gl. Co. 1908. Signed with
an "HIG" bee.
by the Adam's Glass
Co. c. 1880 "Souvenir Somerset 1903".
|CACTUS aka Paneled Agave by Greentown ca. 1900. In chocolate glass 2 3/4" tall.
aka STRAWBERRY w/ THUMBPRINT by D C Jenkins c. 1900
|SCROLL W/ CANE BAND by West Virginia Glass Co. 1894 $55||SHOSHONE aka VICTOR by U S Glass Co c. 1890s $35|
|SHRINE aka ORIENT
by Beatty Brady Glass Co. c. 1896 (rare) $185
|BUCKINGHAM pattern was made
by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1907.
|McKee's SUNBEAM c. 1898 $48||SWIRL & PANEL
Bryce, Higbee & Co.
|OVERALL HOBNAIL is a footed pattern made by A. J. Beatty & Son Glass Co. ca. 1889.
The amber one is $62.
The clear/ opalescent one is $68.
by Hobbs is also a
toy tumbler. It has a teeny nic in the base seen HERE.$37
|HARVARD aka Columbia by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1899. In ivory/ custard with no souveniring. $85||THUMBNAIL aka Duncan #73 c. 1909 The gold on this piece is excellent. $65||INVERTED FAN & FEATHER by Northwood ca. 1907.
Excellent condition & color. **SOLD**
|WILD BOUQUET - a rare toothpick holder in blue opalescent possibly by National/Northwood c. 1900. $535||WILD ROSE WITH BOWKNOT This is actually a match holder but can be collected as a toothpick. It is part of a smoking set by McKee/ Greentown c. 1890s. $65||WOODEN PAIL aka OLD OAKEN BUCKET. This is 2 3/4" tall & also probably a match holder that fits in with a toothpick collection. It is a Bryce Bros. product c. 1885 in amethyst. $58||ZIPPER SLASH aka Duncan Washington #2005 by Geo. Duncan & Sons c 1894. $35|
|LaBelle is a blown toothpick holder
made by the LaBelle Glass Co. ca. 1886.
It is beautiful very thin blue opalescent glass
and has the characteristic pontil mark in
the base. $175
|Beaumont's #101 pattern PRESSED OPTIC c 1902 in beautiful soft canary color which is not reported. $135||VENETIAN HEXAGON aka Reverse Amberina possibly by Phoenix Glass c unknown $285|
And we will never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).