If my Okie family was any example, Victorian families were very large and complicated. It must have been a challenge to get all 16 of my Great Grandparents' children's & all of their cousins' thirsts quenched.  Certainly they drank primarily water  from the pump or rain barrel and milk - at least on farms - and we think of lemonade & probably punch made from fruit juices. 
      Most EAPG non-flint tumblers are more or less straight sided and 4" tall, give or take. 
If they taper down to the base, they were probably 4 1/2" tall.

This is only the First Tumbler WebStore Patterns A thru H.
Go to the Second Tumbler WebStore Patterns I thru Z
by clicking HERE.

AUSTRIAN aka Fine Cut Medallion is Indiana Greentown
pattern #200 in vaseline. 
**SOLD**

ART aka Job's Tears
w/ frosted diamonds.
Adams Glass Co. ca. 1889
$55
ARTICHOKE aka
Valencia by Fostoria
1890.  $75
This set of milk glass tumblers is Heisey's pattern BEAD SWAG, their pattern #1295.
They are 3 3/4" tall with pink flowers on the front. The gold decor is somewhat worn, but after 120 years, that is not unusual. One tumbler has a very small nic on the top edge seen HERE. They do not exhibit the Heisey mark. The set of 4 is $65.
AUSTRIAN aka Fine Cut Medallion made by
Indiana Tumbler at
Greentown #200
1890s   $35
BARBERRY  by Boston Sandwich & McKee
ca. 1850s. 
We have 4 @ $85 each.
BULLSEYE & DAISY aka Newport OMN by
U S Glass Co. #15117
ca. 1909. Ruby 'eyes'
Good Ruby/ poor gold.
$45
CATHEDRAL aka Orion
by Bryce Bros 1885
$55
BOSWORTH aka
Star Band by Indiana Glass
Co. 1915 $35
CABBAGE ROSE
made by Central Glass
Co. ca. 1870s.
It is 3 3/4" tall; $55
BRIDLE ROSETTES
aka Checkerboard by Westmoreland #500
ca. 1910. 4 3/4' tall.
We have 2 @ $35 each
CACTUS is Greentown
Pattern # 375. Great example
of their chocolate glass.
It is 4 1/8" tall.
$38

BULLSEYE & FAN aka
Daisies in Oval Panels;
U S Glass Co. ca. 1905. 
Gold some worn. $48
CHANDELIER aka Crown Jewel(s) by O'Hara Glass
Co. ca. 1888.  Some light
scratches so only $35.
CHAMPION aka Fans w/ Crossbar made by Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co. Greentown. 5" tall  $32 DAISY & BUTTON W/ CROSSBARS aka Mikado.  Richards & Hartley ca. 1885.  $55
COTTAGE aka Fine Cut
Band by Adams & Bellaire
1870s - a little cloudiness.
$55
CROESUS in Riverside's "Royal Purple" amethyst with excellent gold decor.
We have 8 at $75 each.
CROESUS by
Riverside Glass Works
1897. Very good gold
decor. We have 2 @
$55 each

This is not a pattern but an actual commercial jelly glass. It is 5" tall &
had a metal lid when bought. The
grapes & an ear of corn are an unlikely combo!  Made by Federal Glass
as 'Packers' Goods'. ca. 1890s. $65

CUT LOG aka Ethol
Bryce Higbee ca. 1890
$65
ANTHEMION aka
Albany was made by
the Model Flint Glass Works ca. 1895. The pattern is scarce in
color.  $65
PEARL pattern
by Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. early 1880s. The tumbler
is the only colored piece
known in this pattern. $55

DAISY & BUTTON w/ Panels Maker is uncertain but 1880s. A true blue color with faint panels above the Daisies.
**SOLD**

DAISY & BUTTON
The maker of this tumbler is unknown to us but dates from 1880s. 4 1/8" tall.  See base HERE.  $42
DAISY & BUTTON W/ THUMBPRINT PANEL
by Adams Glass Co. 1880s.
We have two in amber for $42 each.
One in apple green for $65
And two in vaseline for $55 each
DIAMOND OPTIC in FLINT Amberina
By New England Glass Co. ca. 1884.
It is 3 5/8"tall - top is fire polished and the
pontil has been ground. $165.
DUCHESS,
Beaumont's 1890s
Maiden's blush frosted & enamel
decor $75
DUNCAN #301 pattern
Geo. Duncan ca. 1887
nic on top edge seen HERE
$45
DOUBLE PINWHEEL
by Indiana Glass Co.
1915. We have 2 @
$35 each
ESTHER aka
Tooth & Claw by
Riverside Glass Works
1896 $75
EGG IN SAND
Eluisive form of this pattern by Beaver Falls Glass Co. ca. 1880s. $39

This is a blown, fluted cranberry tumbler, ? English. It is flint, 3 3/4" tall. See Base HERE. See also in HERE. $62

ESTHER was made by Riverside ca. 1896. The gold decor is excellent.  4" tall.  $45
We have a matching water pitcher too!    See HERE
FLORIDA, GREENSBURG'S
 aka Sunken Primrose by Greensburg Glass Co.
ca. 1893.  $38
DAISY & BUTTON
Hobbs Brockunier #101.
Has pattern on the base.
1884    $55
FROSTED CIRCLE by Bryce ca. 1890s.  We
have 4 of these scarce
tumblers for $55 each.
FEATHER DUSTER
aka Rosette Medallion aka Huckle by U S Glass Co. 1895
We have 3 @ $55 each
FERGUSON INVERTED THUMBPRINT by an as
yet undiscovered maker 1880s. Base is daisy & button design.
We have 3 @ $55 each
FESTOON by an as
yet undiscovered maker 1880s. We had 6 **SOLD**
FISHSCALE aka
Coral by Bryce Bros.
1880s.  Rare.
We have 3 left @ $75 each
HEAVY PANELED GRAPE
by Kokomo Jenkins
c. 1904. Very pretty 
$48
FROST CRYSTAL
by Tarentum Glass Co.
1906  Base has been
ground **SOLD**
FRUITS - Cherries & Plums
Northwood. Poor gold in band around top; good gold on cable & leaves, worn blush on fruit.
$34
GARDEN PINK
Indiana #167 ca. 1913
4 1/4" tall.  We have 4 with
some base chips for $22
each and 3 with no damage
for $35 each.  
GUTTATE is cased glass
made by the Fostoria
Glass Co.  $78
GRAPE & CABLE by Northwood ca. 1900
Three are a little lighter color than the others.
$32 each.
HERO, The aka Ruby Rosette by Elson Glass Co. ca. 1891.  The transfer flower on one side is yellow color & the flower on the other side is clear, see HERE.  $55
HARVEY AMBER
This is a pattern made by Heisey for the
Santa Fe RR Harvey Houses (which google if interested). It is very difficult to find
so we're showing a piece of it here.

HEART WITH THUMBPRINT
Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1898.
We had 4
**SOLD**
.

HEXAGON BULLSEYE aka
Hexagon Block aka Creased Hexagon Block by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1895.  Some chips on the base. **SOLD**
HUMMINGBIRD aka Flying Robin aka
Bird & Fern. This is as difficult to
photograph as it is rare.
Trust me - there is a bird there.
$65
 

HOBNAIL aka Dew
Drop by Hobbs Brockunier, their #323 ca. 1886.  Called 'canary alabaster'.
$85
HOBNAIL
These appear to be by the same
maker which is unknown to us but
certainly during the late 1800s.
We have 2 in amber for $45 each
And two in vaseline for $55
Go to the Second Tumbler WebStore for Patterns I thru Z HERE.



    We never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).