Take some time & step back to your Great Grandmother's dressing table & pretend you have only the magic potions she had to beautify herself.
       Listed & shown here are some genuine Victorian dresser items plus a few more recent vintage pieces. 
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The gorgeous amber dresser set above is not EAPG but it is late 19th c  or
early 20th c glass.  It consists of five pieces: a tray  6 1/2" x 9", a round
3 1/2" 'box', & a rectangular 2 1/2" x 3 3/4" 'box'. 
It is a lovely vintage design with no damage whatsoever to any of the pieces. 
The whole 5 piece set is $55.
This is a unique item of glass made by Atterbury Glass Co.
As well as we can read it, the base says, “PATD July 21st 1874 April5 1881”
This basket is a pink translucent 'milk glass'. $48.

We have some beautiful glass dresser trays, and some pretty tumblers & mugs
& some - what some call Toothpick Holders... we call Q-Tip Holders!

You can pick out 
(1) a tray for jewelry or soap, &
(2) a coordinating drinking vessel... a tumbler or mug or even a goblet and
(3) a Q-Tip holder and (4) a ring stand!!!
And VOILA! You've got yourself a genuine Victorian Vanity!

So let's get started.... First a jewelry or soap tray...

This is a pattern called Jersey Swirl in amber made by the Windsor Glass Co. ca. 1886.  It is 7 1/2" wide and 8 1/2" long.  **SOLD** This pattern is Daisy & Button in a sapphire blue made in the early 1900s.  It is 11" wide and 7" high so it will hold a lot of jewels.  **SOLD** Here is Daisy & Button Fan shaped tray in sapphire blue from ca. 1880s.  It is 7 1/2" wide and 8 1/2" long.
During Victoria's reign, there was a periodic fascination
with things Japanese. A number of Oriental patterns were released
during the 1880s, including  this pretty, unique & sharply designed
6" diameter fan shaped dessert plate made by Adams & Co., their
"#8 Fan Plate". It sits on 3 little knob 'feet' & found here in
Clear for $45,    
  This delicate little
dish from the 1880s is shaped like an umbrella & could hold jewelry or candy. It is 9 1/2" long
of Finecut pattern.
Who sez that Victorian jewelry trays are only for girls?  Men like nice
jewelry too.  This is the
6" diameter amber Japanese shown above. 
And a lot of men like Indian jewelry and it needs a nice place to sit.  This turquoise tray is 10" long and nearly
6" wide.  It has a side
blemish & is  $46
This sapphire Whisk Broom will hold any jewelry OR a bar of soap.  It is 7 1/2" long & 5" at the end of the broom. An original - not repro.  $48 
IDYLL is the pattern name for this exquisite Q-Tip holder.  It is 2 1/2" tall - made by the Jefferson Glass Co. ca. 1907.  $155 DAISY & BUTTON is an all-time favorite Victorian pattern.  This little 3" tall holder is  by Hobbs Brockunier ca. 1884.  It is $58 Emerald Green anyone? This pattern is Harvard Yard by Tarentum ca. 1890s.  It is 3" tall & will hold a lot of Q-tips.
For your drinking vessel you might choose this Daisy & Button tumbler by Hobbs Brockuinier ca. 1884
for $55
Or this amber Daisy & Button w/ Thumbprint Panel tumbler by
Adams ca. 1880s.
Or this canary/ vaseline Daisy& Button w/ Thumbprint tumbler by Adams Glass Co. ca.1880s for $55.
Or pick one from all the other 300 + tumblers in our Tumbler Stores HERE.

This is a genuine 1880s Shaving mug made by Atterbury.  The name is Robin Birds & Corn Stalk.  $55 The pattern of this 3 1/2" tall mug is called "Sensation"!!  or Thousand Eye by most.  $38 Van Dyke is this pattern's name - or Daisy & Button w/ V ornament.  It is 3 1/2" tall & $48.

This section has some little jars that are generally called
'Pomade Jars'.  Their exact original use is unknown, but they
are fun pieces of 100 year old glass & make great gifts.

How much ointment do you need?  If it's not very much, you could
use this Astoria Ointment Jar with a silver top.
But it is only 1 3/8" across the base and 1 1/2" high to the
top of the lid so would not hold much.
A similar one is shown in an early 1900's  National McKee catalog at right.  $45
  This jar has a glass lid & is
the VIRGINIA aka Banded Portland States' pattern made by U S Glass Co. ca. 1901.
We have one with and one without gold.  $55 each
The jar above is flint glass
TREE OFLIFE or Overshot
pattern made possibly by
Portland Glass Co.
ca. 1850s or 60s.  It is missing
its lid which would have a
glass serpent for a finial.  $145
Here we have 2 pomade jars and one powder jar.
On the left is the MINNESOTA U S Glass Co. States' pattern ca. 1890s
pomade jar missing its lid.  It is 1 3/4" tall & 2 1/4" diameter at the top.  $38
DELAWARE is another of the U S Glass Co. States' Series patterns ca 1899.
The next 2 pieces have the rose blush colored flowers & leaves & gold trim.
The middle DELAWARE pattern pomade jar is missing its lid also. Adding your
lid would make the piece valued at $175.  Just the base is $80.
On the right is a DELAWARE powder jar.
It is $85 & would be worth more than double with the lid.
This jar will hold a larger treasure because it is about 2" deep.  The top of the base is 2 1/4" in diameter.  There is a "24" embossed inside the lid and in the base. Made by Dithridge.   #041  $32
Roses bulge out & decorate these 2 matching jars.  We've pictured one on
each side and both together in the middle.  They are 3 1/4" in diameter
at the top edge and 2 1/2" tall.
#001  & #032  They are $22 each or both for $38.
The next few shelves show some dresser jars or powder jars probably
meant for cosmetics.  But they can be used for other purposes
too... such as a little bit of PotPourri.  
They are about 3" wide.
This is an elegant and different looking dresser jar... it is glass that is 'frosted' so it looks extra fancy.
The top is 3" in diameter so it will hold several very special dainties.
At right is a photo from the top of the lid. $32

On the left is CARNATION pattern made by New Martinsville ca. 1906.
The lid is original, if dented a little. $32

On the right are 2 views of the MINNESOTA States' pattern by U S Glass Co.
ca. 1890s.  We are uncertain if the lid is original but it fits
& is in good shape.  $55

MANHATTAN pattern by the U S Glass ca. 1902 was rarely sold
with ruby stain.  This is one of those pieces in the form of a vanity
powder jar.  It is 4 3/4" in diameter. The ruby staining is exquisite. 
There is one teeny flake under the lid which happened in-the-making because it is covered by the ruby stain. **SOLD**
A dresser jar or powder jar in the PIONEER Pattern is Westmoreland's pattern #15
ca. 1890s.  It can be used on the dresser or  in the kitchen.   $55
This is actually a covered butter in
Higbee's LANDBERG pattern ca. 1910. 
The pattern is also called Co-Op's ROYAL
ca. 1894.  It is 4 1/2" in diameter & can be used to hold anything. $65
Really gussy up your Boudoir with this pair of candlesticks by Gillinder ca. 1900.  They are 4 1/4" tall and the base is 4 1/2" across.  $48 Look carefully at the corners of this holder... those are tooth brushes!
See 1 foot flake HERE. $45

And now they can hold yours!  These little boxes were advertised
about 1900 to be Hair Pin Boxes or BonBon Boxes or Puff Boxes
or Jewel Boxes or Collar & Cuff boxes so they are just the
place to store about whatever you wish!
This is a beautiful piece of milk glass that has a matching lid
& painted flowers all around it. The base is 3 1/4" tall; 4 1/2" to the top of the lid.  It is about 3" in diameter inside.  It appears to have a slot for a spoon in the top of the base but that might be a chip.  Still useful and adorable.  $29.
This box is shaped like a
diamond and it would hold
several small treasures. 
It is 4 1/4" x 3". 
#048    $32
Your heart's desire will be
safe in this pretty  heart
which is 4" wide and 3 3/4" from top to bottom.  There is
an embossed "3" on the base and inside the lid. Made by McKee. #044   $34.

Vanity trays were all the rage in the Victorian era. 
Relive that beautiful time with these useful decorative pieces. 

They can be used to hold your
special jewelry or pins or whatever you wish.

Pin tray #043 & another Pin Tray are just alike. 
They were made by Dithridge
ca. 1899 and have a "71" embossed underneath. 
They are pictured in both the Early Milk Glass Book
and Belknap's Milk Glass Book.
One is  **SOLD** the remaining one is $18.
An 8 pointed star shaped dish/ pin tray 4" across. It has "67" embossed underneath it.
#009    $18
A little rectangular
Pin tray or soap dish.
Only 4" x 6".  #012
Heart-shaped pin tray is
5" wide and 5" top to  bottom. No. "70" underneath. 
Made by Dithridge ca. 1899.  #053    $20
This heart shaped tray
is just like the heart on
the left except it has a slightly less defined design. #003 $18
The milk glass used to make this is thin on the edges allowing for a fiery look in the sunlight.  It is only
2 3/4" x 5". #031  $27
 A quite heavy piece for its size - 4" x 7" and it sits on a ledge allowing it to be scoopy in the middle. A pretty design. #054  $28 We'd call this a trinket box.  Made by Dithridge with plants shown on the ends.  It is 2 5/8" across and 4" long.  #011  $18 
These are pretty little soap or trinket dishes in milk
glass from the turn of the 20th century. 
They would be perfect to show off your fancy soap
or special jewelry that you want to have handy.
They are very similar & have "69" embossed on the back.  We have 2 like the one on the left (#020) with no paint. 
The one on the right just has a little of the original
paint decor remaining & it is **SOLD**
They are 5" wide and $22 each.
Another one, (#004) is free-form and about 5" wide.  It has the
number "28" embossed
on the base. 
This 100+ year old soap dish has design elements of several EAPG
patterns but apparently is not a part of any pattern line although
the ad calls it a 'pattern'. 
It is 4 1/4" wide and 5" long and has a small chip on the base &
a couple of the 'beads' are dinged.  The ad prices a dozen @ 44 cents. 
Packaged "2 dozen in a wood box, no charge for the box."
Heck of a deal!  However, 109 years later,
the box is gone & the price has gone up.. it is now $55.

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Victorian dresser trays were made in a variety of styles, shapes & sizes. 
They were advertised as Comb & Brush Trays or Manicure Trays,
but they can be used on the Dressing Table to hold any number of
pretties or in the kitchen to serve tasties or hold smaller dishes
such as sweets or in the bathroom to hold hand towels.
This delicately decorated
lavender floral tray is 6" x 8 1/2", large enough for bracelets, etc. 
#004  $38
  Above is a delicate pink floral decor.  It is 7 1/2" x 11" & large enough to hold several
pretties,  #005  $35

Here is a very dainty  resting place
for your jewelry. It is 4 1/2" x 8 1/2" We had 2 of them but one is **SOLD**
#017 is $24.

  An elegant tray large enough for guest linens or smaller dresser items.  It is 9" x 11" overall.
#029 **SOLD**

A size to hold lots of goodies.  It is 6" x 9 1/4" long. It has a small chip
on the edge.
  #055  $35

This little guy is perfect
for sunglasses or
manicure 'tools'. 
It is
4 1/2" x 8 1/2". 
#031D     $26

A pretty & useful shape.
It is a full 4" wide
x 8 1/2" long. 
  #052     $26

An arrangement of perfume bottles could fit on this  larger tray 6" x 8 1/2". #040    $26 This tray is 4 3/4" wide
x 9 1/2" long. Just right
for  your comb & brush.
#061    $32
This is a gorgeous emerald green tray with spectacular gold decor in the U S Glass Co. pattern, DELAWARE.  At 6" x 10", it is the largest of the 3 trays made in this pattern.  It could be used for many purposes including in the Boudoir as a holder for jewelry or comb & brush.  $65
A Very Victorian Bud Vase
A daintily vintage decorated milk glass 6" bud vase for flowers, hat pins or toothbrush?  Made by the Eagle Glass Co. ca. late 1800s or early 1900s.  #037  $32
This 4 3/4" tall toothbrush holder by U S Glass Co. is one of the more interesting Victorian glass novelties.  The four corners are upside down toothbrushes!  It is pictured in Sanfords book and valued in undamaged condition at $175-$200.  Because this one has a couple of small chips on the base (see photo at right), ours is $65.  (#003)
Two decks of playing cards fit perfectly into this pretty Victorian
box. It would also
work for Q-tips or eye makeup. It is
3 1/2" tall.
#056   **SOLD**
Actually this jar is part of a smoking set - to hold
matches.  A similar set by Gillinder is shown in the
Early Milk Glass Book.  It is
3" tall & 2 1/2" in diameter.  There  is a "554" embossed
on the base.  #046  $24
An irregularly shaped
pin box with
teeny beaded design missing its lid.
Brooches, earrings or ribbons would show off
beautifully  in it. 
#002 $14
This milk glass vessel is a 5 1/2" tall covered. The Dithridge mold #185 is part of their "Colonial" bath and bedroom line. Its original intended use is unknown but it is currently holding potpourri.  It is large enough to serve many purposes, including cigars or cookies! 
#069 $58
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