|Dolly would use these cups,
mugs and tumblers to drink her punch, tea and lemonade.
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Any damage is described in the listing on each piece.
|BEADED ARCH PANELS
made by Burlington
Glass Works ca 1890.
2 5/8" tall. $35
|BEAD & SCROLL - A tiny cup only 1 1/2" high & a part of the EAPG pattern by
probably the U S Glass Co. ca 1890s.
We've not found this listed in references. $75
|ARCHES aka HAIRPIN variant is an early flint cup or 'lemonade'. Adams #247. It is 2 1/8" tall. $85|
|ARCHED OVALS aka Concaved Almond aka Optic by Ripley & Co. Glass ca. 1890s. Souvenired ruby stain "Charleston Ill".
2 1/2" tall and $36.
|BIRDS AT FOUNTAIN
The maker of this pattern has yet to be
determined but it was surely made prior to the
1890s. It is only 1 7/8" tall & $55.
|PATTEE CROSS aka Georgia aka Broughton by U S Glass Co. ca. 1909. Only 1 3/4" tall. We have 5 for $19 each or all 5 for $80.||DEWDROP Pattern by Hobbs Brockunier ca. 1880s. It is 2 1/2' tall & has a teeny nic on the base seen HERE. $37||GALLOWAY or PORTLAND
Toy tumblers by U S Glass Co. #15121 ca. 1910. 2" tall. We have 2 @ $18 each or both for $28.
|CAPTAIN HOOK - him on one side (right) and a hag (left) on the other. Some mold maker did it - as I always say, "there's no accounting for some peoples' taste." The mug is 2" tall and rather crudely made. $52.||LINED BAND aka Lined Oval Panels. An Early 1800s tumbler or spill or spooner of English or French origin. 2 1/2" tall. $85|
|CERES aka Cameo aka Profile & Sprig aka Medallion aka
Goddess of Liberty aka
Atterbury made it ca. 1870 in this unusual blue 'clambroth' color.
It is 2 1/2" tall. We have many adult sized mugs HERE. $80
|DEER AND OAK TREE is the name of this rare mug by the National Glass Co. at Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Works (Greentown) ca. 1900 - 1903. It was used as "Packers Goods" & originally had a tin lid. It is 3 1/8" tall & has a small flake under the edge of the foot. $355.|
|DAISY PLEAT is 2 1/2" high.
It has 2 tiny nics on the base &
a fleabite on the top rim. Not
bad for a century of kid use. Adams #106. $28
|THUMBELINA pattern toy cup was made by Westmoreland Glass Co. ca. 1890. It is 1 1/4" high. We have several
@ $12 each.
|WHEAT SHEAF pattern is Cambridge #2660. Only 1" high.
It is Lechler P-3, made in
a punch set. $15
|DEER & PINETREE aka DEER & DOE is an EAPG
pattern made by McKee ca. 1886. The pattern was only made
in a few forms in color and they are all very scarce. These
smallest ones are 2 3/8" The blue, has some chipping around the base and a 1" crack on the lower side. Still - a rarity. $35
|FRANCESWARE aka Hobbs
Hobnail #323. This is sold as a toy tumbler or a toothpick holder. it is
2 3/8" tall. Only one teeny nic
seen HERE. $95
|Not a lot of original Victorian age vaseline or canary colored toy glass is around today. This little CHICKS & PUGS 2" tall mug is 1 3/4" OD at the top. It is the smallest in a four size set of toy mugs with different designs made by Bryce Bros. ca 1880s.
Other designs in the 'set' are Feeding Deer & Dog,
Grape Bunch & Robin In Tree.
It is pictured in Lechler M-72, page 143 & in Mordock/ Adams mug book, #83 pg 21 & 22. A true Toy Glass Rarity $125
We've now added an amber Chicks & Pugs toy mug for $65.
|DRUM pattern is 2 1/4" high and
2 5/8" diameter made by the Westmoreland Specialty Co. ca 1909. Some of the original gold decor has worn off. It is $23
|FACETTED by Doyle Glass Co. ca 1880s.
These are the smaller of the 2 mugs made in this pattern being 2" high. It is pictured in both Adams and Lechler's books; Lechler M-110
The clear one is $70 and the amber one is $85.
|FIGHTING CATS - now here's a nutty design for
dolly's mug.... hissing, fighting cats. Go figure. It is
2 1/4" high and has a tiny nic on the lower edge
of the base. $85
|GOOSEBERRY variant made ca. 1880s. Opaque Teal color.
. Chips on base so As Is.
It is 2" high. $52
|GRAPE WITH SCROLL MEDALLION - very Victorian pattern, probably ca. 1880s. This one has a large base chip.
It is 2 1/2" tall. $35
|GRAPE WITH SCROLL MEDALLION - smaller pattern version; only 1 3/4" tall. Clambroth or light milk glass. It has an internal stress fracture from the making. $35||
LEAF & GRAPE - Lechler
|GRAPEVINE aka VINE is a rare King & Son pattern in color made ca. 1870s.
It is 2 5/8" tall; Adams #118. Old cobalt blue is also hard to find. $75
|HEART BAND is an EAPG pattern by McKee. It has a peach colored rose enamel decor and "Souvenir Milford, Nebr". At 2 7/8" tall it would hold plenty of juice for dolly. $35||CROSSED CORDS & PRISMS by Atterbury. 2" Tall. Lechler M-44
Not listed in amber. $65
|These tiny HOBNAIL cups were thought to have been used to scoop out a penny's
worth of candy ( that would cost about $3 today). They are about 1 1/2" tall with pressed handles.
It is rather hard to find in color $35, clear is $15 and the cup on the right has a
circle with "OK" - hard to photograph! - and it is only 1" tall & $28.
|LOG & STAR aka EAPG pattern Bellaire #373 was made by the Bellaire Goblet
Co. ca 1890. It is 2 3/8" tall.
See its base chip HERE. $30
|OVAL STAR- see Pattern above by Indiana Glass Co. Dunkirk ca. 1907. No damage at all after all these years. Set of 4 cups $38.|
|OVAL STAR is Indiana's #300 pattern ca 1907. It was called "Imitation Cut Glass Water Set... made to look exactly like Mother's". Water pitcher
is 4" tall. $34
|THOUSAND EYE, an EAPG
pattern by Adams Glass Co.
ca. 1870s. This one is only
2" tall - perfect for Dolly!
|HOOK - Lechler M-27. This 1 7/8" tall cup hangs on a hook on a miniature matching pitcher that fit on a stand. We don't have the pitcher or the stand. Do you? $75|
|NURSERY RHYME aka Nursery Tales by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905. This is the 4" Water Pitcher featuring Little Red Riding Hood & the Big Bad Wolf. No damage. $75|| NURSERY RHYME water pitcher by U S Glass Co. ca. 1905. It is 4" tall with Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf. It has a small slit at top seen HERE.
So it is only $45
|This is a set of 5 NURSERY RHYME tumblers. Two have slight damage
seen HERE. Those 2 are free
with the set of 5 for $75
|NURSERY RHYME pattern cups with the Red Riding Hood scenes were mostly made in clear glass but much less was made in milk glass. These four tiny cups are only
1 1/4" tall. Made by the U S Glass Co. ca 1905.
They are flawless & $32 each or the set of 4 for $132
|STIPPLED ARROWS -
Lechler M-22. Made by the Federal Glass Co. 2" tall & $40
|LECHLER M-29 is only
1 3/4" tall so almost any dolly could use it. $40
|BY JINGO, by golly. He is
2 1/2" tall. Lechler's M-58.
|SWAN WITH BEADED HANDLE is Lechler M - 56. There is a swan on one side and a duck on the other. The middle scene shows a duck flapping its wings (3rd photo). It is part of Bryce Bros. Beaded Handle mug set... see larger Dog mug below. This is only 2" high. $75|
|LACY glass teeny cup & saucer has been seriously used over the past 170 years or so. The handle is gone, there is a chip on the cup base and the saucer has the characteristically rough edges.
But how much genuine Boston Sandwich toy glass does one see? The cup is only 1 1/8" high & the saucer is 2 5/8" across. $88 Set
|This DIAMOND CUT W/ LEAF aka LEAF & TRIANGLE pattern mug is 2 1/2" tall & made by the Windsor Glass Co. ca. 1890. $72|
Here we have the Bryce Bros 1880s toy mugs that some call POINTING DOG & others call DOG with beaded handle. It is hard to photograph but the scene is (left) a dog prancing un-menacingly toward a (center) bird (see HERE) & then (see HERE) looking back as though he's missed it completely. Who knows what goes through a mold maker's mind. Lechler's M-61 is 2 3/4" tall. $55
|DOG W/ PICKET FENCE & CAT ON A CUSHION on a PUSS N' BOOTS saucer!
Talk about nutty designs. Made by the Ripley Glass Co. ca. 1891. See close up photos below. The cup is 2 1/8" high;
the saucer is 3 3/4" in diameter & both
pieces have the stippled band
around the edge. Set is $95.
This 2 3/4" mug is a new
issue of this cute piece showing a bear on a drum
one one side and a cat in a basket on the other.
|This is rather a mystery to us. It looks like a toothpick holder but is really too small for toothpicks. So might it be an early toy glass tumbler or spooner? It is fiery
opalescent - has vertical ribs
& is only 2 1/2" tall. $36
|Here are close ups of the cat on a cushion, the dog with picket fence and the Puss 'n Boots in the saucer.|
|BUZZ STAR aka Whirligig by U S Glass Co. ca. 1907. 1" tall; 1 1/4" diam.. Set of 6 $35.||CHERRY SPRIG mug is
2 3/4" tall. It is Adams' #105.
A pretty little piece
of glass for dolly. $45.
|A toy potty cup in blue made
by Deganhart. There is a
Heart with a D in it in the
base, seen HERE. It is
only 1 1/2" high. $29
|FANCY CUT aka REX by Co-Op Flint Glass Co. ca. 1906. It is 1 1/4" tall & has a tiny flaw at the top edge seen in photo. $25||OVAL STAR water set - Pitcher and 2 tumblers. Indiana's #300 pattern ca 1907. It was called "Imitation Cut Glass Water Set... made to look exactly like Mother's"; Pitcher is 4" tall & tumblers (see close-up on right) are 2 1/4" tall. Pitcher & 2 tumblers for $55.|
|PORTLAND aka U S Portland is a well-known EAPG pattern by the
U S Glass Co, their pattern #15121 ca. 1910.
This exquisite water set consists of a pitcher and 6 tiny tumblers with
excellent gold decor on all seven pieces. The set is shown in Lechler but
she does not mention that it came with this gold decoration. The 7 piece set is $135.
|A very rare GALLOWAY pattern lemonade set made by the U S Glass Co. ca. 1904.
The blush stain is excellent on all 7 pieces. The only gold is on the top edge of the pitcher.
It is exceedingly difficult to find this set intact & the color so well preserved. $295.
|An acorn shaped tiny ceramic cup/mug. Maker & dates unknown. $25|