|Damage, if any,
in the listing for each piece.
|APOLLO aka Shield Band 9 1/2" square dinner plate is engraved. There are a few flea bites, see HERE & HERE around the outer edge. $39||ARCHED FLEUR 'd LIS
by Bryce Higbee & Co.
ca. 1898. It is 10" in diameter & very bight and shiny!!
See side HERE. **SOLD**
|AZTEC aka New Mexico
by McKee signed
10 1/4" dinner plate
ca. 1900. $42
|ANTHEMION by Model Flint Glass Works
ca. 1895. Sorry 'bout the glares on the photo,
this is a really curvy plate! 10" $48
|BEAUTIFUL LADY by Bryce Higbee ca. 1905.
10" round - $42
See also 7" square below.
Specialty Co. ca. 1924.
|BALTIMORE PEAR aka Gipsy
by Adams & Co. ca. 1874. We have three
9 1/2" plates (2 have some edge flakes)
and nine 9" original issue plates
$85 ea. with no damage, $55 ea. with flakes.
|BARRED FORGET - ME - NOT by Canton Glass Co. ca. 1880s. 9" $48||
BASKETWEAVE maker undetermined
|BEADED MEDALLION - an odd shaped plate -
scoopy of course. Its 7 1/2" squarish.
By Dalzell, Gilmore &
Leighton #74D 1897. $58
|This is not EAPG
It is Imperial Glass Co.'s Beaded Block 1927. Hard to find in vaseline. 7 3/4" sq. $38
|BLOCK & CIRCLE
by Gillinder & Sons ca. 1874. 8" $42
|BROKEN COLUMN aka Rattan by U S Glass Co.
Two are 7" & $55.
Three are 8" & $65 each.
By Adams & Co.
ca. 1880s. Only 6", unreported form.
|BUCKLE W/ ENGLISH HOBNAIL by Westmoreland
Specialty Co. ca.
1920s. It is 7 1/2"
|MASSACHUSETTS aka Geneva, a U S Glass Co. States' pattern ca. 1890s. We have 2 that are 8" square & have turned
up sides. $48 each
|Whirled Sunburst in Circle, by Beatty Brady Glass Co. ca. 1904.
It is 10" diam.& sits on a little foot to keep it off
the table. $39
|CALIFORNIA aka Beaded Grape
To celebrate the State of California it is
adorned with grapes. It is 8 1/4" square &
scoopy as shown. By the U S Glass Co.
ca. 1890s. $48
TWIN TEARDROPS aka Anona by Bryce, Higbee & Co. ca. 1903.
|COTTAGE aka Fine Cut Band aka Dinner Bell
by Adams & Bellaire ca. 1887. 9" $68
An example of 'scoopy' plate shape - see below.
|DIAGONAL BAND & FAN
by Ripley & Co. ca. 1880s. 7" **SOLD**
|DAHLIA - what pretty dishes!
Made by Co - Op Flint Glass Co. introduced ca. 1885-6.
There are 2 forms: 9" round with handles & 11" platters.
In the 9", we have three clear for $28 each & one vaseline for $75.
We have one 11in blue platter with grape cluster handles- $85.
|CHAIN W/ STAR
is Bryce Bros. pattern #79. See it flat HERE.
It is 7 3/8" diam. & $32.
We have the 11" plate like it in our Bread Plate Store for $55
CABBAGE LEAF by
|FEATHER aka Doric
by McKee ca. 1890s.
10" diam. We have several with minor
edge flakes for
|DEWEY aka Flower Flange by Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co. - Greentown ca. 1898. The vaseline plate is 7 1/2" diameter & $95.
The amber plate is 8" diameter, has one flower nic seen HERE & $65.
|DIAMOND QUILTED The maker of this pattern was Bryce,
their pattern #1000, from the 1880s.
We have 2 sizes of plates which are all 'leaf shaped'.
One plate is shown in the 1st 2 photos - 8 1/2" x 5" $45
Three plates are shaped like the amber plate photo & are 10 1/2" x 12".
In this large size have two blue for $65 each & one amber for $62.
|FINECUT pattern by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s.
A 10" plate in amber is $58.
A 6 1/4" plate in clear (not pictured) is $28.
A 7" plate in vaseline is $55.
|FINECUT & PANEL by Bryce Bros. ca. 1886.
7 1/4" in blue $48
In vaseline seen HERE $62
|DEWDROP IN POINTS
by Brilliant Glass Works
ca. 1888. It has peg 'feet' & a barley vine border. 9" x 11.5". 2 flakes on handle seen HERE. $42
maker has not been determined but probably made in
Plate is 9 1/4".
|GLENTEC aka Panelled Daisies by McKee ca. 1910. It sits on a
round base & is
10 1/2" in diameter.
|FISHSCALE aka Coral was by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s. It is 9" square & has a corner chip. $36||
ISIS aka Jubilee is McKee's pattern #132 made ca. 1894. It is 8" in diam.
|GRAND aka Diamond Medallion by Bryce Higbee ca. 1880s.
aka Gala by John Higbee Glass Co. ca. 1913.
Plate is 11" so it
could hold a cake. $48
|HEART W/ THUMBPRINT by Tarentum
10" plate $125
12" plate $165
|GRASSHOPPER without insect by Riverside Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
These are shallow dishes on 3 little 'feet' that could have been used for serving or for dinner plates. None are engraved.
One is 7 1/2" diam. $55
Two are 10" diam. & 3" high $75 each.
|HORSESHOE aka Good Luck aka Prayer Rug by Adams' Glass Co. ca. 1883. We have one
7 1/4" diam with one bead chipped for $85 and one 10 1/4" diam. for $110.
|INVERTED THUMBPRINT was made
by King Sons & Co. ca. 1880s.
This apple green beauty is almost like a tray
because it is 9 5/8" diam w/ turned up
outside edges. It sits on 3 little ribbed 'feet'.
It is more likely a serving piece
(cake plate anyone?) rather
than a dinner plate. $95
|MANHATTAN by U S Glass Co. ca. 1902. We have 2 with a vestige of gold around the outer edge.. guaranteed to be original issues for $38 each.
And 1 of uncertain age $27.
|MARSH PINK by a
maker as yet unascertained
It is 10" square.
U S Glass Co. States'
series ca. 1897.
We have two 7" diam. plates each with a tiny flake under the outer edge. $35 each
Here is the bread plate.
|KING'S CROWN aka XLCR by Adams & U. S. Glass Co. ca. 1890s. Plates are 8" square. One has flaking on top of 3 scallops $45 & one has no damage $75.||LATTICE & LENS aka Trellis pattern maker
is unattributed at
this time but ca.
1880s. It is 9 1/2"
in diameter. $35
|NARCISSUS SPRAY aka Winner aka Bouquet by Indiana Glass Co. Dunkirk ca. 1917. It is 10 1/2" in diam. so it might be a cake plate too. $55||PANELLED FORGET-ME-NOT aka Regal
These are dinner plates but could also be used as a bread plate.
They are 7" x 11 1/4".
We have 4 with no damage for $38 each;
2 with very minor damage for $25 each & one with handle damage for $10.
|This plate and the plate below are a set of two novelty plates
called "PLUCK". This Scene #1 shows a dog pulling a wagon with
children in it & chasing a rabbit. The plates were made by
Gillinder in 1891. The scenes on these plates were copied from
lithographs by Archibald Willard who painted the "Spirit of America".
This plate is $125.
|PLUCK Plate Scene #2 - the dog has caught the rabbit and is running
with it in his mouth, pulling the wagon over a log and tumping the baby out!
The child in the background is going crying to Mama.
This plate has a large chip on the table rim seen HERE that does
not show from the top. This plate is $95
|SAWTOOTH BAND is Heisey's pattern #1225.
Made ca. 1897, it is 8 3/4" diameter & scoopy.
There is a tiny undissolved spot on the side
which happened in-the-making.
All top beads are fine. $75
|ROPE BANDS aka Argent by Bryce Bros ca. 1884.
It is 6 1/4" diam & $37.
We have a bread plate in this pattern in the Bread Plate Store.
|RETICULATED CORD was O'Hara Glass Co's. #600 ca. 1885. This is the scarce 10" dinner plate for $55 .||SCALLOPED DIAMOND POINT by Central Glass Co. ca. 1870s. It is 9", has an edge flake seen HERE. $42||RIBBED ELIPSE aka Admiral is a product of Bryce Higbee ca. 1905.
It is an 8" dinner plate
|SUNBURST, FLATTENED aka Diamond & Sunburst by Westmoreland Specialty Co. ca. 1880s.
It is 8" diam, scoopy & $42.
See also in the
Bread Plate Store.
|ROCHELLE aka Princess Feather by Bakewell, Pears ca. 1870s.
We have six 8" diam. plates for $55 each.
SCROLL W/ FLOWERS
SWAN ON POND
|TOKOYO by Jefferson Glass Co. ca. 1904 - is clear/ opalescent, 8 3/4" diam. sits on a table ring.
THOUSAND EYE OMN Sensation aka Three Knob is an Adams Glass Co. pattern ca. 1885. We have an assortment of these plates:
|.....more THOUSAND EYE an 8" in amber $55||This one is 7" in apple green. $65|
|WHEAT & BARLEY AKA Duquesne by Bryce Bros. ca. 1880s. 7" $42||WILDFLOWER is Adams' Glass Co. 'wildly'
popular pattern ca. 1884 - 5. They are 10"
square & scoopy. See Green from side HERE.
One in clear is $39 and in apple green $58.
|WILLOW OAK aka Oak
Leaf by Bryce Bros. ca. 1870s. 9 1/4" diam with 2 'tab' handles. We have 2. One has a small chip
on the underside of one handle. $38
One no damage $45
|BARBERRY aka Berry was made by McKee in the 1850s! These plates
are 6" diameter. We
have 2. One has a tiny flake on the edge $40.
One has a large chip and
2 small chips. As Is $25.
aka Delta by
either Higbee or Wright. 7" Sq.
Scarce in color.
|A pretty scrolly patterned
8 1/2" plate for serving fine tasties. It may be a Dithridge product ca. early 1900s.
|EYEWINKER aka Winking Eye
was made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton
Glass Co. ca. 1885. The plates are
squarish and folded up on the sides.
This one is 8" across. $85
by Bryce Higbee ca. 1905. 7" Sq. $42
by Bryce Higbee ca.1905. 7" Sq. $38
|ILLINOIS aka Clarissa
U S Glass Co. ca. 1897.
7" Sq. 2 are **SOLD**
|CHAMPION is a McKee pattern from the 1890s. It is 6" diam.
|BARBERRY OMN is Berry in color is quite rare. Made by Sandwich & McKee from the 1860s. $55||
FLORIDA, the U S Glass pattern #15056 is 9" diam. but folded up so less. $35
|PLEAT & PANEL aka Derby by Bryce Bros. ca. 1882.
7" Sq. We have ten
for $28 each.
|TEN POINTED STAR by Higbee ca. 1907.
7" Sq. $35
Canton Glass Co. No. 130 ca. 1893. $34
|FROSTED CIRCLE aka Horn
of Plenty by Bryce ca. 1890s. 7" Diam. $42
|ONE O ONE aka
Beaded 101. By Geo. Duncan ca. 1885.
7" Diam. $42
|New York aka U S Rib,
the States' pattern for
the Empire State.
7" square. **SOLD**
|DIAMOND CUT WITH LEAF by Windsor Glass Co. ca. 1880S. 7.5" Diam. We have 10 for $25 each. And a 9 1/2" plate like them is $38.||PRIMROSE aka Canton #10 is from the 1880s. See a tiny flake HERE.
|ROCHELLE aka Princess Feather - an 1870s Bakewell Pears pattern is 7" & goes under a matching bowl. See a side photo HERE. $35|
|STAR ROSETTED aka Snowflake by McKee Bros. ca. 1875. 7" Diam. Lee called them Star & Feather.
We have 8 for $32 each. Or all 8 for a full dessert set for $176 ($22 each)
|TANDEM BICYCLE is a pattern made in Canada by the Trenton Glass Works & New Glasgow Nova Scotia. It is 6" in diam. Dates are unknown but probably late 1800s. $45||WESTMORELAND aka Westmoreland #909 pattern 7" diameter.