Measurements: TOP DIAMETER: 1 7/8" - approx. BASE DIAMETER: 1" (base shape is actually triangular) - HEIGHT: 1"
In good condition without chips, flakes, cracks.
The size indicates that this is an individual salt dish or salt cellar. An individual salt dish was placed at each table setting; then a larger, master salt would be placed in the center of the table or at each end. Very Victorian and/or Edwardian table dressing.
EAPG stands for Early American Pattern Glass c.1900 and earlier...
Measurements: BASE diameter: 2" - TOP diameter: 2.5" - HEIGHT: 3"
In undamaged condition with that wonderful "ring" sound characteristic to flint glass.
EAPG pattern "ribbed ivy" dating to the 1850's.
Size indication for a whiskey glass.
Several others available. This listing is for ONE.
Measurements: 5" to the top of the burner x 2 1/2" base diameter x 3 1/2" midsection diameter
Complete and undamaged miniature BASE & BURNER ONLY in the Cosmos pattern.
The knob on the burner reads: Acorn - P. & A. Mfg. Co.
4 part mold blown c.1880.
Measurements: 4" tall with original silver plate top.
This is a hand blown sugar sifter (also called a muffineer?) dating to the second half of 19th century.
Beautiful opaline ribbed swirl pattern.
No damages. The top fits securely.
True cranberry glass; not ruby flashed.