|BEVELED STAR aka Pride by Model Flint.
ca. 1895. $35
|ORINDA made by Ohio Flint & National Glass Co, ca. 1901
|VAN DYKE 1886 aka Daisy & Button w/ V ornament see crack HERE. $18||Jefferson's FIGURE EIGHT ca. 1907. Very hard to find. $85|
|LADDERS w/ DIAMONDS by
Tarentum & Duncan ca. 1903
The clear with gold is$25
The rare ruby stained
with gold is**SOLD**
|Old Oaken Bucket
aka Wooden Pail
by Bryce ca. 1885.
Holds toothpicks or matches.
It is 2 3/4" tall. $ 35
|WOODEN PAIL aka OLD OAKEN BUCKET. This is 2 3/4" tall & holds matches or toothpicks. It is a Bryce Bros. product c. 1885 in amethyst. $58|
in clear/ frosted
by Northwood. $65
by Paden City,
their pattern #202
ca. 1918. $34
|INVERTED THUMBRPINT Gorgeous
blown blue cased with white interior of undetermined origin. Imported from
Italy ca. 1970s so not EAPG.
Rimmed in gold. Gorgeous glass. $85
"Souvenir Somerset 1903" by Adams Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
See ruby scratch
|RIBS is what we call
this2 1/2" tall fiery opalescent piece
because we can't find a name. It may be English. $46
|TOLTEC by McKee ca. 1900 has an obscure internal fissure seen HERE.
Signed "PRES CUT" $25
|GONTERMAN SWIRL aka ADONIS in opalescent
amber top by Aetna Glass c. 1888
|Beautiful & scarce Maring Green
TREE OF LIFE pattern
toothpick by Hobbs Brockunier.
|This is a beautifully brilliant toothpick by McKee in their
STARS & STRIPES pattern made
c. 1898. $85
|This is a very crude 2 1/2" tall vessel which might be
a mini tumbler, a shot
glass or a toothpick.
It is an undescribed piece
of a CANADIAN pattern called NORTHERN STAR
with many tiny bubbles
in it. $75
Sons & Co.
made this pretty
little gold banded
toothpick c. 1897.
It is BUTTON ARCHES aka
SCALLOPED DAISY. $45
|ATLAS aka BULLET
aka CANNON by
Bryce c. 1889
aka Beatty Honeycomb in opalescent by Beatty & Sons Glass Co. c. 1888. $55
aka Beatty Honeycomb in blue opalescent by Beatty & Sons Glass Co. ca. 1888. $65
by U S Glass c. 1913,
has a base chip.
|BULLSEYE & FAN aka DAISIES IN OVAL PANELS
U S Glass Co. c. 1905 $46
|BEAD & SCROLL
is sometimes collected as a toothpick holder but is a spooner to
the toy table set
in this pattern. See HERE.
|BUZZ SAW is collected as
a toothpick holder but is
really the spooner in a
toy table set by Cambridge
c. 1909. $28.
|BUZZ STAR aka WHIRLIGIG by U S Glass c. 1907. Also toy spooner. $35||CHAMPION
aka INDIANA TUMBLER #75
c. 1890s in green. $85
In clear with excellent gold $46
|CLOVER aka Duncan Miller's #58 c. 1905 has a vestige of gold on top edge $60|
|GALLOWAY was made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1904. $42||CORNELL by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1898. With excellent gold.
|KING'S CROWN by Adam's Glass Co. c. 1880s $25||FRANCESWARE
Hobnail aka Hobbs #323 by Hobbs, Brockunier
& Co. ca. 1885. See pinpoint nic HERE.
|COLUMBIA by Beaumont c. 1899
has a vestige of
Co Op Flint Glass
Co. c. 1899 $45
|DIAMOND DANDY was made by a glass maker unknown to us but in the late Victorian era. $56||DOUGLASS by
CoOp Flint Glass
Co. c. 1902
|DIAMOND SPEARHEAD aka
DIAMOND SPEARPOINT by
Northwood c. 1900
In vaseline opalescent $165
In emerald green opalescent $155
|DUNCAN'S #8 PATTERN c. 1900 souvenired "World's Fair 1904 Florence Taylor" $35||INTAGLIO SUNFLOWER by U S Glass c. 1911 has a base chip & is $45|
|GAELIC by Indiana Glass Co. c. 1908
|HEAVY PANELLED GRAPE by Kokomo Jenkins
c. 1904 $45. Another has a large chip on the base $29
||LATE PANELLED GRAPE by Kokomo-Jenkins c. 1910 $45||IVANHOE by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton c. 1890 $95|
|IRIS WITH MEANDER by Jefferson Glass
Co. c. 1904
Green opalescent $115
Clear/ opalescent $85
Amethyst "Wine" w/ some remaining gold (see 2nd view HERE) $125
Deep sapphire blue $85
|JEFFERSON OPTIC c. 1910
custard with painted floral decor
shown front and back. $195
|MAJESTIC by McKee c. 1893 It has a tiny 'fleabite' on the underside so reduced to $35||PADDLEWHEEL aka Fern Wheel by Westmoreland c. 1905. A really cute footed toothpick. $44|
|This pattern is pictured in an ad in Heacock 7 pg 90 called Chippendale “Krystol” made by Ohio Flint Glass Co., then molds were sold. So we're calling it CHIPPENDALE by Ohio Flint c. 1907. $43||THE PRIZE in ruby stain if perfect would be $125. But this one is cracked so it is only $33 as is.
Photo of hard-to-see
Imperial No. 42
made ca. 1914.
They were originally 20 cents/dozen.
Now $42 each.
|FEATHER aka DORIC, our own
pretty pattern by McKee in the
|HOBSTAR triangular toothpick in amethyst
is only $32.
|STAR IN BULLSEYE was made by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905. $35||KEYSTONE by
McKee c. 1897
in milk glass/ opalescent. $75
|STAR AND FILE aka
Imperial Glass Co. #612
IG signature in base; see
We will never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).