Toy glass dishes are a delightful sideline to collecting Early American Pattern Glass. These diminutive dishes are miniature versions of the pieces of glass that our ForeMothers owned & used. With them, young ladies were taught early-on the skills (remember manners?) they would need as homemakers & hostesses.
Toy glass forms include ABC plates, cake stands, plates, candlesticks, cups & saucers, epergnes, mugs, four piece table sets and condiment, castor, punch, beverage & berry sets.
CHILDREN'S GLASS: dishes sized for use by children.
For Dishes & Mugs used by actual Victorian children, click HERE.
For ABC and a few other Children's plates, click HERE .
TOY GLASS: tiny dishes made for dolls
For tiny Table Set pieces, click HERE.
For Drinkware - cups, mugs, tumblers, & water sets, click HERE.
For Misc. forms - cake stands, punch & berry sets, etc., click HERE.