|ACORN IN WREATH This goblet is so RARE that Metz had no photo of it & had only seen one in the Bennington Museum.
See a better photo of the Acorn in the Wreath HERE. It is 5 1/2" tall. The maker is unknown but probably 1870s-80s $125
|DIAMOND CUT w/ LEAF by Windsor Glass Co. ca. 1890. A gorgeous, sparkly pattern. Look HERE inside. We have 6 for $150 SEE or $45 each.
by Bryce Higbee &
Co. ca. 1890s. It is
5 3/4" tall & has a
small flake on the
lip rim. $25
|SENECA LOOP made by a number of early glass companies. This one is flint & 5 1/2" tall.
|SENECA LOOP made by a number of early glass companies. This one is non-flint & 5 1/2" tall.
|This pattern is ATHENIA but it is better
known by collectors as Reverse 44. Made by U S Glass Co. ca. 1912, they are 6 3/4" tall. We have 2 with excellent platinum decor @ $110 each & 1 with mediocre
gold decor for $95.
ME-NOT made by Canton Glass Co. ca. 1880s. Only 5 1/4" tall.
by Geo. Duncan & Sons ca. 1892. We have 4 @ $76 each.
Prob. c. late 1800s
PLEAT & PANEL
|CLEAR DIAGONAL BAND aka CALIFORNIA by an unknown
maker c. 1880s.
We have 2 @ $35 each & 2 w/ slight imperfections
@ $20 each.
|FINECUT & PANEL by Bryce Bros. c. 1886.
We have a set of
6 goblets for $450. Includes a water pitcher w/ damage at no charge.
|FINECUT & PANEL by Bryce Bros. c. 1886. This is the pretty Bryce blue colored goblet.
The goblets in this pattern are only
5 1/2" tall. $65
|BULLSEYE & DAISY aka Newport OMN
U S Glass Co. #15117 c. 1909
w/ ruby-stained "eyes".
|CHERRY w/ ruby stain
We believe this is a
reproduction but it is a
of the original. $35
of this pattern;
|DAISY & BUTTON W/ CROSSBAR
aka MIKADO was made by Richards
& Hartley c.1885.We have 3 @ $65 each.
HEART WITH THUMBPRINT by Tarentum Glass c.
1898. A hard to find goblet.
|WESTWARD HO Original issue goblet. It has a flea bite on the mold rim above the frosted area and a small flake on the knob area under the goblet bowl. $155||WESTWARD HO
reproduction goblet. It does not have frosting on the bowl.
A McKee pattern ca.1875 to celebrate America's Centennial. We have 3
with some flaws for $20
each & 3 undamaged
for $55 each.
EDEN aka RUSTIC by maker unknown.
We have 2 with the
rare serpents head
under the bowl.
BENNINGTON INVERTED THUMBPRINT
|PANELED DIAMOND POINT Gillinder's
pattern #311 ca.
1880s per Welker.
made by the Brilliant Glass Co. ca. 1889.
DIAGONAL BAND aka Diagonal Block & Fan aka Original name "Jewel".
c. 1890s $30
|SPIREA BAND aka EARL was made
by Bryce Higbee c. 1885
They are 5 1/2" tall.
In Blue $45
In Amber $32
|GRAPE WITH THUMBPRINT BAND by D C Jenkins c. 1890s. We have 2 @ $35 each.|
|HORSEMINT by Indiana Dunkirk
Gold trim in X's.
|FLOWER & DIAMOND
aka Panelled Diamonds & Flower; Central Glass Co's. #147 c. 1870. 6" tall. We have 2 @ $55 each
|LATTICE LEAF by Cooperative Flint
Glass Co. c. 1900.
Has some gold gilt.
|INVERTED THUMBPRINT a scarce piece in
vaseline/ canary by Duncan ca 1884.
We have 3 @
|PANELLED NIGHTSHADE made
by Bellaire Goblet Co. c. 1889. It has some roughness at the base
edge of the top panel.
We have 2 @ $55 each.
GRAPE by Kokomo Jenkins ca. 1904.
We have 2 of
for $48 each.
|At last we found a reference photo of this pattern in Unitt II, pg 117. They call it Paneled Rayed Star . Probably Indiana in early 1900s.
We have 2 @ $45 each
in vaseline; made
by Richards & Hartley c. 1880s. See Pattern close up HERE. $75
|RED BLOCK aka
Capt Kidd is ruby
stained by Fostoria
in the late 19th c. We
have 2 @ $55 each.
|SCROLL aka STIPPLED SCROLL by Ripley c. 1880
We have 3 @
|PRISM & DAISY BAR is a pattern by the Belmont Glass Works ca. 1888. 6" tall; See also HERE. We have 1 @ $42 & 1 w/ slit see HERE @ $36.|
|SHELL & TASSEL is
Duncan's pattern #555. We have FINALLY learned how to tell originals
from repros thanks to Sean George! Go HERE to see how.
We only have one left and it is a
reissue according to this info. $35
Strawberry & Cable probably c.1910 & 6" tall.
We have 5 @ $45 each
FINECUT (2) - maker unknown but surely 1880s. They are 5 1/2" tall &1 has a tee-nincy ding seen HERE. $46
|WILLOW OAK aka Oak
Leaf in amber by Bryce
Bros. c. 1870s. We have
2 goblets each with slight
mfg defects at the top
edge @ $38 each
|If you know descendents of Dr. Rogers,
please let them know we
have his goblet! This pretty glass
is delicately decorated in pink & yellow & engraved
"Dr. Henry C. Rogers,
Hot Springs 1892" $48
|LILY OF THE
pattern is a
Gillinder & Sons
product c 1880s
|This is called
It is 6" tall & it has 6 rows of honeycombs to the base of the bowl.
|ZIG ZAG aka
MITRED BARS is
by Bryce Bros.
c 1880s $48
is a pattern rarely found. Made by
A. H. Heisey ca. 1900 #315. It has some worn gold at the rim. $95