Here is a nice set of Indiana Glass Candle Holders with a brilliant crystal clear ribbed glass design. They each measure 8" (20 cm) tall and are 3" (7.5 cm) wide across the base. They are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or any other imperfections. Total weight: 2 lbs. Very pretty set most likely sold through Tiara Exclusives!
King Glass (later known as US Glass) made this beautiful goblet in pattern known as Ring & Block, aka Prism & Block in 1889. 4-part mold depicting a row of squares/blocks around the bottom quarter of the goblet with engraved leaves circling the top portion of the goblet. Interesting stem which is unusual in early american pattern glass.
Measurements: 6.5 inches tall with an opening of 3 inches in diameter ...click for details
Millersburg crystal glass OHIO STAR Creamer and Sugar made in 1909. In perfect condition, the sugar measures 6" across the handles x 3 1/2" high, while the creamer measures 6" across the spout to handle x 3" high. Exceptional and high quality crystal pieces of Early American Pattern Glass.
Early 20th Century cut glass tankard pitcher and five (5) matching tumblers. Pattern shows 3 rows of sunken or concave circles with bars in between on the pitcher and 2 rows of same on the tumblers. Each item is etched with florals and leaves.
Heavy glass pitcher with applied handle measures 9.5" tall with a 4.5" opening from spout to handle. Each tumbler measures 3 5/8" with a 3" opening ...click for details
McKee Brothers made this beautiful spade or tree shaped dish c1897 in the Hickman pattern. Just over 6.25" long (16 cm) and 4.75" wide (12 cm), this tab-handled bowl is decorated with gold on the scalloped sawtooth rim. A great example of early american pattern glass in emerald green! There is no damage to this dish; however, there is slight gold loss. Beautiful!
Early American Pattern Glass Cream Jug with 4 legs/feet in the pattern "Quadruped", later named Fluted Colonial made by Indiana Glass c1908-1920. Standing at 4.25" (11 cm) at handle, this jug is in excellent condition with no damage, only a very slight rough spot on one of the panels. Gorgeous shaped cream jug.
Lovely emerald green toothpick or match holder made by US Glass in 1905. This pretty pattern is called Jewel, also known as lacy medallion. Similar to the Colorado pattern but has the snap rim on bottom rather than flat surface.