EAPG Spooner Plain Ruffled Rim Glass
Antique EAPG Glass Spooner. This antique Early American Pattern Glass spooner features a slightly ruffled rim. It sits on a short pedestal base. I have yet to be able to identify the pattern. It is approx. 4 3/4" tall and 4" across the top with a base of approx. 2 3/4". There is quite a bit of wear, aging and scratching to the spooner.
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Beautiful Lady Spooner Bryce Higbee EAPG
Antique EAPG Spooner. This antique Early American Pattern Glass spooner is in the Beautiful Lady pattern by Bryce, Higbee and Company. It dates to 1903. The spooner is approx. 5" tall x 3 1/2" across the top and 3" base. There is some chipping to the spooner. It also has wear and aging and some scratching.
Chandelier Crown Jewels Spooner EAPG OHara Glass
Antique EAPG Chandelier Spooner. This antique Early American Pattern Glass Spooner is in the Crown Jewels or Chandelier pattern by O'Hara Glass. It was produced around 1888. It is approx. 4 3/4" tall and 4" across the top. It is in good condition with wear and aging along with scratching. There is some chipping to the teardrops, mostly on the bottom.
EAPG Spooner Three Handled Loving Cup Style Flowers Swags
Antique EAPG Spooner. This antique Early American Pattern Glass spooner features a flower and swag design. It is in the style of a loving cup with its 3 handles. The pattern is unknown at this time. It is listed as such on the West Viriginia Museum of American Glass, (2014.62.588). The spooner is approx. 3 3/4" tall x 3 3/8" across the top. There is quite a bit of wear and aging. It has scratching from use on the inside and water staining. There are imperfections and air bubbles in the glass. There is a spot on the rim where there is a polished cut. There are chips on the handles.
Flat Diamond Spooner Richards and Hartley EAPG Pillar Lippman
Antique Flat Diamond Spooner. This antique Early American Pattern Glass spooner was made by Richards and Hartley. It is in their Flat Diamond pattern, aka Pillar and/or Lippman. The spooner was produced around the 1880's. It is approx. 5 1/2" tall x 3 1/2" across the top and 3" across the base. The spooner has wear, aging, and scratching.