|WELCOME TO THE
Victorian Pattern Glass
Syrup & Molasses
Cans, Jugs or Pitchers
Until the mid 1800s, refined white sugar was a comparatively scarce & expensive luxury. Coarse brown sugar, molasses, sorghum & to a lesser extend, maple sugar & syrup were the sweeteners of the 'everyday housewife'. According to some old catalogues, syrup pitchers (called "syrups" for short) were originally called molasses cans, or syrup jugs. Syrups came in a variety of colorful containers in a different styles of glass products both blown & molded.
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|This is Fostoria's HARTFORD pattern, their #501. It was made ca. 1893 - 1901.
It is heavy and without damage except the
lid is a little tilty.
This is a fairly rare pattern in any form. $95
|CORD & TASSEL
A rare blown form of this
early pattern by LaBelle
Glass Co. ca. 1872. $175
MAINE - the most scarce form of The U S Glass Co. States' pattern #15066. from ca, 1899. **SOLD**
|MAGNOLIA a blown scarce form of this pattern; applied handle. By Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. ca. 1891. $150|
Riverside Glass Co. ca. 1898.
No gold and no thumb tab.
Otherwise pristine. $75
No 92. Excellent metal and
gold decor. Ca. 1898.
pattern #575 c. 1896.
A scarce piece per
|IVY IN SNOW aka FOREST WARE by Co-op Flint Glass Works c. 1894. It is slightly discolored & has a chip
on the base. $95
|BARBERRY pattern was made by McKee and the Boston Sandwich Glass Co.
1850s. It has an applied handle
& is blown molded. $225.
pattern is a product of the Central Glass Co. c. 1880s. It will need a new lid; this one for photo only. $77
|THIS IS THE CREME de la CREME OF EAPG SYRUP PITCHERS.
The pattern is Riversides spectacular X-RAY pattern ca. 1899.
The GOLD is exquisite and the lid is the original GOLD colored metal. $495
|IRIS aka Wild Iris is a Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. pattern ca. 1897. In milk glass with amazing color remaining on the leaves & flowers. See back HERE. $95||SCROLL & NET is the appropriate name for this elegant milk glass syrup pitcher.. See Net HERE. The lid is a little rusty but intact. $75||
NETTED w/ POPPIES
|Heisey's #1295 pattern, BEAD SWAG is rarely found
in ruby stained pieces.
Made ca. 1899, the ruby is
in great shape & there is no damage to the glass. $85
|IMPERIAL NO. 1 aka Three in One aka Fancy Diamonds 7" tall by
Imperial Glass Co.
ca. 1902. See Back HERE. $75
|PETTICOAT aka National is
a Riverside pattern ca. 1899. The original pewter metal lid
is missing its thumb tab but
the glass is flawless
|There is apparently no pattern name to this 7 1/2" tall syrup as it is a 'stand alone' piece according to our friend & glass expert, Tom Bredehoft. It is most definitely from the 1880s
or even 1870s with beautifully engraved fern-like plants on the 2 sides and a long legged bird standing in grass in the middle section. The tin lid is intact and the glass is flawless. $85
|CORD DRAPERY was made
by the Indiana Tumbler &
Goblet Co. c 1900.
It has a flake on the table
rim seen HERE. $275
|MINNESOTA State's pattern by U S Glass co. ca. 1890s.
The lid is tilted a little but it is not damaged & the thumb tab
works fine. $48
|FANCY LOOP is Heisey's
very popular #1205 pattern
c. 1898. $85
is from 1899. $75
|LEAF & FLOWER
pattern is Hobbs, Brockunier
& Co's. #339 created
ca. 1890. No color. $85
|GUTATTE is a soft satin type
of glass made by Fostoria early
in the 20th century.
It is the taller version & $225.
|MAJESTIC aka PURITAN pattern was made by McKee
c. 1893. In ruby stain,
it is $165.
|MEDALLION SPRIG is a glamorous pattern by the West
Virginia Glass Co. c. 1894. This
has amethyst coloring at the
top & is $275.
|NEW HAMPSHIRE Another States' pattern by U S Glass Co. c 1903 Missing thumb tab on lid $78|
|We've heard this pattern called "FLOWER IN GLOBE". We're just calling it CIRCLES. The lid and glass are all great. $65||PILLOWS, a scarce pattern by Heisey,
their #325 c. 1905.
|HEXAGON BLOCK is a substantial pattern. It is Hobbs Brockunier #335 aka Henrietta made ca. 1889. The metal lid is in remarkable condition. $52|
|ROYAL CRYSTAL aka ATLANTA pattern was
made by the Tarentum
Glass Co. c 1894. $95
|TEXAS aka LOOP W/ STIPPLED PANELS is the
States' Series pattern for this
great state. c. 1900.
|TEPEE aka ARIZONA,
although not one of the States' Series patterns. It was made
by Geo. Duncan Sons &
Co. c 1897. $125
|BEADED DRAPE by Pittsburgh Lamp Brass & Glass Co. ca. 1901. It looks like a creamer but in this pattern, it
is a syrup pitcher. Perfect condition. **SOLD**
|U S COIN aka SILVER AGE
is the U S Glass pattern made
for 6 months in 1892 using
actual U S coins in the molds
until the Feds confiscated the
molds. This one has some damage.
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was made by Cooperative
Flint Glass Co. c. 1903.
It will need a new metal
lid - this one is just for the
PINWHEEL aka CALEDONIA is a
blown molded syrup
made by the U S Glass
Co. c. 1908. $85
This syrup is very tall for these early vessels - 8" tall. It is
not a full line EAPG pattern
but a fun Strawberry
|FLORAL OVAL aka
BANNER is a John Higbee
pattern c. 1910. It could be a
creamer or a syrup. There is a
small chip under the lip of the
lid. Get a load of that finial! $78
aka OLD WILLIAMSBURG
is a 1903 product of Heisey. $75
(Inverted) aka Rope & Thumbprint
by Central Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
Called a 'molasses pitcher', these
may have originally had a metal lid
but one has never been seen by the
Central Glass Co. book author. $85
|HEART W/ THUMBPRINT
is by Tarentum Glass Co.
ca. 1898. This is the smaller of
the 2 syrups in this pattern... 5 3/4"
to the top of the lid. Metal is fine - thumb tab missing.
See back view HERE $85
|GALLOWAY pattern is by U S Glass Co. - their #15086 ca 1904.
The one on the left is 5 3/4" tall and 3 1/2" wide at the widest part & it has a rusty but intact lid sans thumb tab. $95
The one on the right is actually larger, despite the way it looks in the photo. It is 6 1/4" tall & is 3 5/8" across the widest part.
Its metal is better & it is $115.
A photo of the 2 syrup pitchers together can be seen HERE.
|TORPEDO is aka Pigmy
aka Fish Eye by Thompson Glass Co. 1889. It is 7 1/2"
tall and has a very good
metal lid. $125
|This BLOCK type pattern is unusual and a mystery.
It is really 'good' glass, very clear & the blocks are
sharply defined. It is 6 1/4" tall to the top of the lid, and in great shape except for the lid. It is a soft metal and has been damaged.
Because the lid can't be extricated from the glass, it is only $55.
IVANHOE by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1890. Good metal lid; 6 1/2" tall to lid tip.
And we never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).