The first two rooms are filled with various EAPG patterns.
To reach the 2nd Room click HERE.

The 3rd Room has EAPG patterns from Heisey, Fostoria, &
Riverside glass companies & U S Glass Co. States series patterns.
To reach it, click HERE.

The 4th Room has miscellaneous toothpicks and novelties.
To reach it, click HERE.

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There is no damage to these pieces unless noted.

Read our article about EAPG Toothpick Holders HERE.

And go HERE to get acquainted with some reproduction toothpick
holders which could save you from a painful forehead slapping purchase.

BEVELED STAR aka Pride by Model Flint.
ca. 1895. $35
ORINDA made by Ohio Flint & National Glass Co, ca. 1901
$35
VAN DYKE 1886 aka Daisy & Button w/ V ornament see crack HERE. $18 Jefferson's FIGURE EIGHT ca. 1907. Very hard to find. $85
LADDERS w/ DIAMONDS by
Tarentum & Duncan ca. 1903
The clear with gold is$25
The rare ruby stained
with gold is**SOLD**
Old Oaken Bucket
aka Wooden Pail
by Bryce ca. 1885. 
Holds toothpicks or matches.
It is 2 3/4" tall. $ 35
WOODEN PAIL aka OLD OAKEN BUCKET.  This is 2 3/4" tall & holds matches or toothpicks. It is a Bryce Bros. product c. 1885 in amethyst.  $58

ROYAL OAK
in clear/ frosted
ca. 1891
by Northwood. $65
TREE
by Paden City,
their pattern #202
ca. 1918. $34
INVERTED THUMBRPINT Gorgeous
blown blue cased with white interior of undetermined origin.  Imported from
Italy ca. 1970s so not EAPG. 
Rimmed in gold.  Gorgeous glass. $85
SAXON, Adams
"Souvenir Somerset 1903" by Adams Glass Co. ca. 1880s.
See ruby scratch
HERE. $48
RIBS is what we call
this2 1/2" tall fiery opalescent piece
because we can't find a name.  It may be English. $46
TOLTEC by McKee ca. 1900 has an obscure internal fissure seen HERE.
Signed "PRES CUT" $25
GONTERMAN SWIRL aka ADONIS in opalescent base w/
amber top by Aetna Glass c. 1888
$225
Beautiful & scarce Maring Green
TREE OF LIFE pattern
toothpick by Hobbs Brockunier.
$115
This is a beautifully brilliant toothpick by McKee in their
STARS & STRIPES
pattern made
c. 1898. $85
This is a very crude 2 1/2" tall vessel which might be
a mini tumbler, a shot
glass or a toothpick.
It is an undescribed piece
of a CANADIAN pattern called NORTHERN STAR

with many tiny bubbles
in it. $75
Geo. Duncan
Sons & Co.
made this pretty
little gold banded
toothpick c. 1897.
It is BUTTON ARCHES aka
SCALLOPED DAISY. $45

 

 

ATLAS aka BULLET
aka CANNON by
Bryce c. 1889
$34
BEATTY WAFFLE
aka Beatty Honeycomb in opalescent by Beatty & Sons Glass Co. c. 1888.  $55
BEATTY WAFFLE
aka Beatty Honeycomb in blue opalescent by Beatty & Sons Glass Co. ca. 1888. $65
 
BLAZING CORNUCOPIA
by U S Glass c. 1913,
has a base chip.
$32
BULLSEYE & FAN aka DAISIES IN OVAL PANELS by
U S Glass Co. c. 1905   $46
BEAD & SCROLL
is sometimes collected as a toothpick holder but is a spooner to
the toy table set
in this pattern. See HERE.
BUZZ SAW is collected as
a toothpick holder but is
really the spooner in a
toy table set by Cambridge
c. 1909.  $28.

BUZZ STAR aka WHIRLIGIG by U S Glass c. 1907. Also toy spooner.   $35 CHAMPION
aka INDIANA TUMBLER #75
c. 1890s in green. $85
In clear with excellent gold $46
CLOVER aka Duncan Miller's #58 c. 1905 has a vestige of gold on top edge $60
GALLOWAY was made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1904.  $42 CORNELL by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1898. With excellent gold.
$54
KING'S CROWN by Adam's Glass Co. c. 1880s    $25 FRANCESWARE
Hobnail aka Hobbs #323 by Hobbs, Brockunier
& Co. ca. 1885. See pinpoint nic HERE.
$95
COLUMBIA by Beaumont c. 1899
has a vestige of
gold $42
COLUMBIA by
Co Op Flint Glass
Co. c. 1899   $45
DIAMOND DANDY was made by a glass maker unknown to us but in the late Victorian era. $56 DOUGLASS by
CoOp Flint Glass
Co. c. 1902 
$37
DIAMOND SPEARHEAD aka
DIAMOND SPEARPOINT by
Northwood c. 1900
In vaseline opalescent $165
In emerald green opalescent $155
DUNCAN'S #8 PATTERN c. 1900 souvenired "World's Fair 1904 Florence Taylor" $35 INTAGLIO SUNFLOWER by U S Glass c. 1911 has a base chip & is $45

GAELIC by Indiana Glass Co. c. 1908
$42
HEAVY PANELLED GRAPE by Kokomo Jenkins c. 1904 $45.  Another has a large chip on the base $29
LATE PANELLED GRAPE by Kokomo-Jenkins c. 1910 $45 IVANHOE by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton c. 1890    $95
IRIS WITH MEANDER by Jefferson Glass Co. c. 1904 
 Green opalescent $115

Clear/ opalescent   $85
Amethyst "Wine" w/ some remaining gold (see 2nd view HERE) $125
Deep sapphire blue $85
JEFFERSON OPTIC c. 1910 in
custard with painted floral decor
shown front and back. $195
MAJESTIC by McKee c. 1893  It has a tiny 'fleabite' on the underside so reduced to $35 PADDLEWHEEL aka Fern Wheel by Westmoreland c. 1905.  A really cute footed toothpick. $44
This pattern is pictured in an ad in Heacock 7 pg 90 called Chippendale “Krystol” made by Ohio Flint Glass Co., then molds were sold. So we're calling it CHIPPENDALE by Ohio Flint c. 1907.  $43 THE PRIZE in ruby stain if perfect would be $125. But this one is cracked so it is only  $33 as is.
Photo of hard-to-see
crack HERE.
FASHION is
Imperial No. 42
made ca. 1914.
They were originally 20 cents/dozen.
Now $42 each.
FEATHER aka DORIC, our own
pretty pattern by McKee in the
1890s $95
HOBSTAR triangular toothpick in amethyst
is only $32.
STAR IN BULLSEYE was made by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905.  $35 KEYSTONE by
McKee c. 1897
in milk glass/ opalescent. $75
STAR AND FILE aka
Imperial Glass Co. #612
IG signature in base; see
HERE. $35

These prices do not include shipping and insurance costs.
---Go to the Second Room of various EAPG toothpicks by clicking HERE.
---Go to the Third Room with Heisey, Fostoria, Riverside and
States' Series patterns by clicking HERE.
---Go to the Fourth Room with miscellaneous, novelty and
Victorian Hat toothpicks by clicking HERE.

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Holder Collectors' Society. Check them out by clicking HERE.


We wish to thank Neila & Tom Bredehoft and Jo & Bob Sanford for
shedding their collective scholarly light on this subject for us all through
their excellent books, Glass Toothpick Holders.  See the
PatternGlass.com Book Store for information on obtaining their books.

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