If my Okie family was any example, Victorian families were very large and complicated. It must have been a challenge to get all 16 of my Great Grandparents' children's & all of their cousins' thirsts quenched. Certainly they drank primarily water from the pump or rain barrel and milk - at least on farms - and we think of lemonade & probably punch made from fruit juices.
|This is only the First Tumbler WebStore Patterns A thru H.
Go to the Second Tumbler WebStore Patterns I thru Z
by clicking HERE.
AUSTRIAN aka Fine Cut Medallion is Indiana Greentown
|ART aka Job's Tears
w/ frosted diamonds.
Adams Glass Co. ca. 1889
Valencia by Fostoria
|This set of milk glass tumblers is Heisey's pattern BEAD SWAG, their pattern #1295.
They are 3 3/4" tall with pink flowers on the front. The gold decor is somewhat worn, but after 120 years, that is not unusual. One tumbler has a very small nic on the top edge seen HERE. They do not exhibit the Heisey mark. The set of 4 is $65.
|AUSTRIAN aka Fine Cut Medallion made by
Indiana Tumbler at
|BARBERRY by Boston Sandwich & McKee
We have 4 @ $85 each.
|BULLSEYE & DAISY aka Newport OMN by
U S Glass Co. #15117
ca. 1909. Ruby 'eyes'
Good Ruby/ poor gold.
|CATHEDRAL aka Orion
by Bryce Bros 1885
Star Band by Indiana Glass
Co. 1915 $35
made by Central Glass
Co. ca. 1870s.
It is 3 3/4" tall; $55
aka Checkerboard by Westmoreland #500
ca. 1910. 4 3/4' tall.
We have 2 @ $35 each
|CACTUS is Greentown
Pattern # 375. Great example
of their chocolate glass.
It is 4 1/8" tall.
|BULLSEYE & FAN aka
Daisies in Oval Panels;
U S Glass Co. ca. 1905.
Gold some worn. $48
|CHAMPION aka Fans w/ Crossbar made by Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co. Greentown. 5" tall $32||DAISY & BUTTON W/ CROSSBARS aka Mikado. Richards & Hartley ca. 1885. $55|
|COTTAGE aka Fine Cut
Band by Adams & Bellaire
1870s - a little cloudiness.
|CROESUS in Riverside's "Royal Purple" amethyst with excellent gold decor.
We have 15 at $58 each.
Discounted for multiples.
Riverside Glass Works
1897. Very good gold
decor. We have 2 @
|This is not a pattern but an actual commercial jelly glass. It is 5" tall &
had a metal lid when bought. The
grapes & an ear of corn are an unlikely combo! Made by Federal Glass
as 'Packers' Goods'. ca. 1890s. $65
|CUT LOG aka Ethol
Bryce Higbee ca. 1890
Albany was made by
the Model Flint Glass Works ca. 1895. The pattern is scarce in
by Cooperative Flint Glass Co. ca. early 1880s. The tumbler
is the only colored piece
known in this pattern. $55
FLEUR D' LIS pattern
|DAISY & BUTTON
The maker of this tumbler is unknown to us but dates from 1880s. 4 1/8" tall. See base HERE. $42
|DAISY & BUTTON W/ THUMBPRINT PANEL
by Adams Glass Co. 1880s.
We have two in amber for $42 each.
One in apple green for $65
And two in vaseline for $55 each
|DIAMOND OPTIC in FLINT Amberina
By New England Glass Co. ca. 1884.
It is 3 5/8"tall - top is fire polished and the
pontil has been ground. $165.
Maiden's blush frosted & enamel
|DUNCAN #301 pattern
Geo. Duncan ca. 1887
nic on top edge seen HERE
by Indiana Glass Co.
1915. We have 2 @
Tooth & Claw by
Riverside Glass Works
|EGG IN SAND
Eluisive form of this pattern by Beaver Falls Glass Co. ca. 1880s. $39
|ESTHER was made by Riverside ca. 1896. The gold decor is excellent. 4" tall. $45
We have a matching water pitcher too! See HERE
aka Sunken Primrose by Greensburg Glass Co.
ca. 1893. $38
|DAISY & BUTTON
Hobbs Brockunier #101.
Has pattern on the base.
|FROSTED CIRCLE by Bryce ca. 1890s. We
have 4 of these scarce
tumblers for $55 each.
aka Rosette Medallion aka Huckle by U S Glass Co. 1895
We have 5 @ $55 each
|FERGUSON INVERTED THUMBPRINT by an as
yet undiscovered maker 1880s. Base is daisy & button design.
We have 3 @ $55 each
|FESTOON by an as
yet undiscovered maker 1880s. We had 6 **SOLD**
Coral by Bryce Bros.
We have 3 left @ $75 each
|HEAVY PANELED GRAPE
by Kokomo Jenkins
c. 1904. 3 3/4" tall;
Very pretty $38
|FEATHER aka Doric
by McKee Glass Co.
1890s. They are **SOLD**
|FRUITS - Cherries & Plums
Northwood. Poor gold in band around top; good gold on cable & leaves, worn blush on fruit.
Indiana #167 ca. 1913
4 1/4" tall. We have 4 with
some base chips for $22
each and 3 with no damage
for $35 each.
|GUTTATE is cased glass
made by the Fostoria
Glass Co. $78
|GRAPE & CABLE by Northwood ca. 1900
Three are a little lighter color than the others.
|HERO, The aka Ruby Rosette by Elson Glass Co. ca. 1891. The transfer flower on one side is yellow color & the flower on the other side is clear, see HERE. $55|
This is a pattern made by Heisey for the
Santa Fe RR Harvey Houses (which google if interested). It is very difficult to find
so we're showing a piece of it here.
HEART WITH THUMBPRINT
|HEXAGON BULLSEYE aka
Hexagon Block aka Creased Hexagon Block by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton ca. 1895. Some chips on the base. **SOLD**
|HUMMINGBIRD aka Flying Robin aka
Bird & Fern. This is as difficult to
photograph as it is rare.
Trust me - there is a bird there.
|HOBNAIL aka Dew
Drop by Hobbs Brockunier, their #323 ca. 1886. Called 'canary alabaster'.
These appear to be by the same
maker which is unknown to us but
certainly during the late 1800s.
We have 2 in amber for $45 each
And two in vaseline for $55
|Go to the Second Tumbler WebStore for Patterns I thru Z HERE.|
We never sell "sun-purpled" glass (Here's why).