|BIRD & STRAWBERRY
Sorry, it is **SOLD**
| DOUBLE PINWHEEL
aka Juno ca. 1915
|GAELIC is Indiana Glass
Ca. 1908 $32
|HEART PLUME aka
Marlboro was made by
U. S. Glass Co. ca 1907 $43
|GARDEN PINK is Indiana Glass Co. #167 ca. 1913.
|HORSEMINT by Beatty & Sons ca. 1890s. $38|
|RAYED FLOWER aka Splendor by Kokomo Jenkins ca. 1920s.
|This is a honey dish called Inverted Hearts made of flint glass by Mt. Washington Glass Works in the 1860s! $28||These are 3 1/2" cup plates from probably
the Boston Sandwich Glass Co. as early as
the 1840s. These were coasters for early
tea cups made of flint glass. $25 each.
|This pattern is HEART WITH THUMBPRINT by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1898|
|A green handled nappy is a versatile dish for serving snacks. It is 4 1/2" across at the widest point. $35||Hearts adorn this card holder or jewelry dish. She'll get the message..... It is 6 1/2" long &
4 1/2" wide. $29
|Zippered Heart made by Imperial Glass Co. ca. 1912. It is 3 1/2" tall.
A sweet sugar bowl. $36
|Hearts of Loch Laven aka Shuttle - a 7" tall celery vase by Greentown ca. 1898. $85||Or here's a mug in Chocolate Glass in the
same Greentown pattern.
It is 3 1/8" tall; $85
|A 4" wide Milk Glass Heart shaped Boudoir Box for whatever M'Lady chooses.
By McKee ca. 1890s $34
|Or a 5" milk glass 'pin'
or jewelry dish by Dithridge ca. 1899.
|Might she like a little 3 1/4" tall milk glass mug from the 1870s? Bleeding Heart
by King & Sons. $65
|If you want to go 'all out', here's an 1875 Bleeding Heart pattern cake stand by King & Sons. It is 9 1/2" in diameter & 5 1/2" tall. Perfect! $95
Stop and think a minute about America in 1875 when this was made!
|Here's another beautiful piece of Tarentum's pattern
HEART WITH THUMBPRINT.
It is a bowl that is crimped in so that its perfect for holding bananas.
But or course it could hold other foods as well.
This piece is 11 1/4" x 6 1/4" at the top opening and it is 4" high.
The key here is the Hearts that will warm that of your Sweetie's. $185
|HEART PLUME is the very appropriate name for this pattern
by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1907..... 108 years ago!
The covered butter dish still has some of the original gold on it - $45
We have four 4 1/4" tall wine goblets are $29 each or a pair for $45
and the 6" tall water goblet, fit for a queen, is $45
|If these don't tickle your fancy, check out our
Pattern Glass Gift Shoppe by going HERE.