Famous Look Alike Puff Jar Antique EAPG Vanity Jar with Lid
Antique EAPG Puff Jar. This antique Early American Pattern Glass puff jar is known as Famous Look Alike. It looks like Co-Operative Flint Glasses pattern called Famous. However, this piece, (along with others) have not been listed in any of the catalogs. This information was obtained from EAPGS. My jar has a plastic coated lid with a gold medallion in the center. The jar itself is approx. 3" across x 2 1/4" tall. There is wear, aging and chipping to the jar. The lid has wear, aging and damage.
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Antique EAPG Sugar Bowl. This antique clear glass sugar bowl was made in 1894 by Duncan's Sons,George and company. The pattern is NO. 20, aka Grated Diamonds and Sunburst. This sugar bowl is missing its lid. It is approx. 4 1/4" tall x 3 5/8" across the opening. It has wear, aging and water staining. There is some chipping to the bowl as well
** Specialty Glass Company made an almost identical line called Pennova in 1895. General consensus shows this as Duncan's, but it could very well be Specialty's.
Westmoreland Glass Twin Cruet Antique EAPG Clear Glass Cruet
Westmoreland Glass EAPG Cruet. This antique glass cruet was made by Westmoreland Glass. It has an unknown pattern number but is aka Twin. The cruet is clear glass and from the EAPG era. It is approx. 6 1/2" tall to the top of the stopper and approx. 3 1/2" across the base. It has some wear and aging along with chipping on the stopper and the neck of the cruet.
Adams Wildflower Creamer Antique EAPG Clear Glass NO. 140 1880's
Antique Adams Wildflower Creamer. This antique early american pattern glass creamer was made by Adams and Company in the 1880's. The pattern is NO. 140 or aka Wildflower. The creamer is approx. 5 1.4" tall x 3 1/2" across the top. It is in wonderful condition with normal wear and aging.
Bryce Higbee Gem Plate Antique EAPG Nailhead
Antique Bryce Higbee Plate. This antique early american pattern glass plate was made by Bryce Higbee and Company around the early 1890's. The pattern name is Gem, aka Nailhead. The plate is approx. 9 1/4" across. It does have a lip around the edge as if it had a domed lid at one time. There is wear, aging and scratching to the plate. There is roughness around the rim and lip.