This Third page contains toothpick holders of early patterns
from Heisey, Fostoria & Riverside and
patterns from the U S Glass Co. States' series patterns.

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A. H. Heisey & Company began making pattern glass in 1896. 
These are some of their earliest patterns.
RING BAND in Ivorina Verdc (custard),
Heisey's pattern #310 ca. 1898 with not perfect,
but extraordinary gold decor & signed
with the Diamond H on the base. $165
BEAD SWAG Heisey's #1295 has
a vestige of gold left.  **SOLD**
 
FANDANGO aka
DIAMOND SWAG Heisey's
#120 ca 1896. It has a tiny nick
on the top of the base & a flat
flake on one top point. $38
Another without damage is $85.
  PEERLESS Heisey's #300 ca 1897. It has a teeny flake on
the upper outer top edge
$24.

 
  PINEAPPLE & FAN in
excellent condition.  Gold is some worn. Made ca1898.
$295

PUNTY BAND;
Heisey's #1220.
Engraved "Omaha
Exp 98 Maud" $42.
CUT BLOCK was Heisey's
first pattern, #1200 c. 1896
Souveniered "Beloit Wisc.".
Excellent ruby.
Match holder size.  $125

CUT BLOCK was Heisey's first pattern, #1200 c. 1896.
On the left is the match holder.  It has minimal pinpoints in ruby. Souvenired "Hutchinson". $95
 
In the middle photo, the very rare toothpick holder is souvenired "St. Joseph Mich." $185
  On the right is a comparison of the 2 sizes of this match holder on the left
and toothpick holder on the right.

WINGED SCROLL is Heisey's gold decorated
toothpick in Ivorina Verde (what some call custard glass)
It is photographed with the black and with the white
backdrop to show off the color. $245
BEADED PANEL & SUNBURST
by Heisey ca. 1897.  $175


Fostoria Glass Company began making pattern glass in 1887. 
These are some of their earliest patterns.
CARMEN aka
Fostoria Glass Co. #575
ca. 1896. $75
SYLVAN aka Overall Diamond is Fostoria's
#1119 ca. 1902.  $42
ROSBY aka
Fostoria Glass Co. #1704
ca. 1910. $65

 
ATLANTA aka SQUARE LION Fostoria's #500 has a
tiny flake on top edge and the nose of one corner
lion is chipped. $65
The clear version has a chip on the nose of one
of the lions seen HERE. $65
Another clear version has a tiny flake on one
top corner seen HERE. $55
CZARINA;
Fostoria's #444
**SOLD**
 
LONG BUTTRESS Fostoria's pattern #1299
was made ca. 1904 & advertised as a
"sanitary" toothpick holder. It is 2" x 4".   $48
BEDFORD is Fostoria's
pattern #1000 ca. 1901. It has a
tiny nic on the base edge.  $45
   

And the Riverside Glass Company. began making pattern glass in 1880. 
These are some of their earliest patterns.
BOX IN BOX in
emerald w/ very good gold decor  $115
EMPRESS; Riverside's #492 is $85 ESTHER aka TOOTH & CLAW in clear.
Made ca. 1896   $95
INVERTED EYE
ca 1902 in clear
is $55

   
X-RAY in emerald
green with some remaining
gold decor. $85
X-RAY in the very rare marigold
iridescent color with floral enamel
decor is $225
CROESUS ca. 1897 in green/gold decor.  It has a few 'flea bites' but no real chips.
**SOLD**
The rare amethyst
CROESUS ca. 1897 with
average gold decor.
See ruf spot HERE.  $135
RADIANT  is a rather obscure Riverside #512 pattern
ca. 1901.  It is 2 3/4" tall
& flawless. $65

In 1891, the U S Glass Co. began making pattern glass dishes
in patterns named after the states which were
members of the Union at that time.
These are now known as "The States' Patterns".
We are including a few here which are slightly peripheral to
the "official" list of patterns named for states but which
some now collect as a part of that series.

Darryl Reilly and Bill Jenks have written a fabulous book,
U. S. GLASS THE STATES PATTERNS; An Identification & Value Guide,
and they have generously allowed us to use
their valuable published information on this web site

 
  MICHIGAN pattern is aka Paneled Jewel or Loop & Pillar
OR Desplaines! The U S Glass Co. added it ca. 1902.
This specimen with great ruby stain is quite scarce. **SOLD**
ALABAMA aka Beaded Bullseye & Drape is the
U S Glass Co. pattern #15062 made ca. 1892.
Shown are 2 views to show the fancy pattern. $75
WASHINGTON aka
Late Washington U S Glass
Co. #15074. Good painted
floral decor. $85

ILLINOIS aka Clarissa aka Star of the East was made with gold. By U S Glass Co. ca. 1897
One has no gold decor. $45
One has some wear on gold $65
One has excellent gold $85

MANHATTAN by U S
Glass Co. ca. 1902 also
came with some gold
decor. $65
One with no gold is $48.
PORTLAND, as we know,
is not a state, but the U S
Glass Co. made it ca. 1910.
Wear on corners. $35
One has some gold & slight discoloration. $25
LOUISIANA aka Granby is
really a match safe but is
collected as this State's
pattern.**SOLD**
FLORIDA aka Emerald
Green Herringbone, by U S Glass Co. ca. 1890s.
A mustard pot with attached underplate missing its lid
but also collected as
a toothpick holder.
$58

MARYLAND is a RARE
toothpick holder.  It has
a flat flake on the
outside edge of
one of the top scallops
seen HERE.  $185

COLORADO in clear is the hardest 'color' of  this patterns toothpick to find.  It has some remaining gold decor. $65 TEXAS aka Loop with Stippled Panels by U S
Glass Co. ca. 1900. We
have 2 @ $75 each
VERMONT aka Honeycomb with Flower Rim. This one is without damage & good gold (not perfect) for $85.

These 2 are not exactly U. S. Glass Co. States' toothpick series but can be
included here. On the left is actually the COLORADO violet bowl, but it is the same size as the toothpick and fits in with a toothpick collection nicely. $70
On the right is the pretty little MANHATTAN pattern. Since 9/11 it really represents all of our states. $48
COLORADO   MANHATTAN
BANDED PORTLAND aka VIRGINIA with blush decor is $85 CALIFORNIA aka BEADED GRAPE has a base chip so is $35
See in Green below.
PENNSYLVANIA aka Balder made ca. 1898.
U S Glass Co. #15048
$55
DELAWARE aka FOUR PETAL FLOWER has very good gold and blush staining $165
FEATHER aka INDIANA SWIRL is not really the Indiana pattern but some collect as such $95 HAWAIIAN LEI aka GALA is a Higbee pattern, again not a true "States" pattern but collected as such by some. It is also the spooner of the Child's Set in this pattern $48 ILLINOIS pattern
aka CLARISSA
aka STAR OF THE EAST is $35.
IOWA pattern is aka PANELLED ZIPPER. There is a 5/16" x 3/16" ding on the side. The
top edge and base
are fine $35
MINNESOTA aka
Muchness c 1890s with
faint gold decor $35
NEW HAMPSHIRE aka Bent Buckle ca/ 1903
in all clear.  $48
NEW HAMPSHIRE c. 1903 is hard to find with blush staining.
$75
TENNESSEE
aka Jeweled
Rosettes. ca.
1899. $195
MINNESOTA aka Muchness again by U S Glass Co. c 1890s.  This is actually a
'match safe' but it is open at both ends.  At 3 1/2" tall, they were also sold as advertising
pieces embossed on the base between the upper & lower parts. 
We have one plain for $38; one with an ad for the "Cheyenne Dry Goods CO" for $55
and one with an ad for the "American Furniture Co. Victor, COLO"**SOLD**

 
OKLAHOMA aka U S REGAL by U S Glass Co.
  c. 1906  $45
ARIZONA aka
TEPEE aka NEMESIS c. 1897; has a base flake so
discounted to $40.
TEXAS STAR by Steimer Glass Co. West Virginia c. 1905.  Not the "official" Texas state pattern but collected as such by some.  There are a couple of flea bites on the base; can't see but can feel them. $65. One without damage is $95.  

VERMONT aka Honeycomb with Flower Rim.  This is a reissue of the original
from 1899.  $24
VERMONT aka Honeycomb with Flower Rim. This is an original issue with most
of its original gold decor
intact. $85
VERMONT aka Honeycomb with Flower Rim.  This is an opalescent reissue of the original from 1899.  $24
The MICHIGAN State pattern toothpick holder is a
U S Glass product from 1902.  The clear one is $55.
The one decorated with yellow lower section and an enamel
stemmed flower is considered rare.
**SOLD**

CALIFORNIA aka BEADED GRAPE like the clear one
above but some worn gold
decor & no damage. 
$75

These prices do not include shipping and insurance costs.

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