Valencia Waffle Celery Vase EAPG Adams 1885
Antique EAPG Celery Vase. This gorgeous celery was made c. 1885 by Adams. It is in their Valencia Waffle pattern aka Block & Star or Hexagonal Block. The celery is approx. 8 1/4" tall and 3 1/2" across. It is in great condition with no chips or cracks. There is some wear and some roughness along the bottoms and seams.
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Antique Bryce Brothers Avon Butter Dish. This covered glass butter dish dates to around 1885. It was made by the Bryce Brothers and is in the pattern Avon. The dish is Early American Pattern Glass or EAPG. It is approx. 5" tall, 7" across and 5" wide. The wrap around the base has a stippled look with a leaves and vines trailing through it. The lid of the dish is just stippled. The dish is in good condition. There is some chipping around the lid and the base.
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Antique EAPG US Glass Loops with Stippled Panels Creamer and Sugar Set. This set was made around 1900 by U.S. Glass Company. The aka name is Loops with Stippled Panels. Texas is the pattern name. This set originally had the gold around the tops but the majority of the gold is worn off. The creamer is approx. 3" tall x 4" from spout to handle. The sugar bowl is approx. 3 1/8" across x 2 5/8" tall. There is wear to the bottoms and the gold. The seams and points of the scallop are rough. No chips or cracks that I can see.
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