Glass

To browse our current inventory scroll down through the page.  Larger images may be seen by clicking on the thumbnail.  Or if you prefer, you may click on one of the following links to view glass made by a manufacturer or region: Boston & Sandwich Glass; Dalzell, Gilmore, & Leighton Co.; Gillinder & Sons, Inc.; Hobbs Glass Company; Jefferson Glass Company; Mt. Washington/Pairpoint; Northwood; Pittsburgh Glass; Westmoreland; L. G Wright; Zanesville Glass.  In addition we have several pieces of glass that can not be attributed to a specific maker.  Those pieces may be seen by clicking here.

To browse our current inventory by type of glass: click on one of the following links:  Bottles,Flasks and Jars; Decanters; EAPG; Lighting; Pickle Castors; Salts

 

Boston & Sandwich Glass

Cobalt Salt, Shell Pattern; c1830-40

Decanter, c1820; 8 1/4″ tall plus stopper
Basket of Flowers with Rosette Salt, c1830 – 40
Footed Celery, Block and thumbprint footed celery; Starch blue; Sand surface
Oak Leaf Dish, 7 1/4″ diameter
Pair of Canary Petal and Loop Candlesticks; Reacts under black light; 1840 – 1860
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Dalzell, Gilmore, & Leighton Co.

Findlay Onyx Covered Sugar Bowl; Ivory onyx with platinum flowers; c1889
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Gillinder & Sons, Inc.

Burnt Match Holder; Milk glass; Used with a hanging oil lamp; c1900
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Hobbs Glass Company

Blue Opalescent Celery
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Jefferson Glass Company

Opalescent Ruffled Bowl; Jolly Bear; 1906 – 07; 8 1/2″ D.
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Mt. Washington/Pairpoint

Wave Crest Biscuit Jar, Decorated with a floral pattern. It is approximately 6 1/4″ tall excluding the lid and swing handle.
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Northwood

White Opalescent Rose Bowl; Spanish lace motif
Blue Opalescent Celery; Spanish lace motif
Blue Opalescent Rose Bowl; Klondyke pattern
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Pittsburgh Glass

Pittsburgh Boat Salt, Cobalt Lacy Glass; Made by Stourbridge Flint Glass Works near Pittsburgh; c1825; Stern marked Pittsburgh
Decanter, Blown glass stopper; Attributed to Bakewell, Pears & Company, Pittsburgh; 1836 – 1882; 6 3/4″ tall plus stopper
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Westmoreland

Opalescent Toothpick Holder; Seashells; Dolphin feet
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L. G. Wright

Canary Opalescent Corn Vase
Amberina Pickle Castor; Silver plate cover, stand and tongs
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Zanesville Glass

Zanesville Glass Sheperd’s Masonic Flask, GIV-32; Aqua, Shepard & Company, Zanesville, Ohio c1825
Zanesville Glass Aqua Globular Bottle, 24 Ribs with an open pontil and rolled lip; Approximately 7 1/2″ tall by 5 1/4″ in diameter;
Zanesville Glass Deep Amber Globular Bottle, 24 ribs; Possibly the White Glass Works, Zanesville Ohio; Approximately 8 1/2″ tall x 6″ diameter; c1820
Pattern Molded Open Salt; Cobalt blue; 24 vertical ribs; six petal applied base; Attributed to a Zanesville glass house; c1825; 2 7/8″ H , 2 1/2″ diameter
Zanesville Glass Dr. Blocksom’s Chemical Warehouse Zanesville; Pontil mark; 4 1/8″ H
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Unattributed Glass

Blue Satin Glass Quilted Celery; Silver plated stand with flowers flanking the celery at top and bottom; Stand marked for Manhattan Silver Plate Company; c1880
Cranberry Opalescent Console Bowl;
Beaded Oval Spoon Holder; Cauliflower blue
Blue Acanthus and Scroll Cruet; Clear stopper
Mustard or Relish Jar; Silver plated cover with bird finial; Sterling spoon
Cobalt Blue Pickle Castor; Polychrome enamel decoration; Silver plate stand, cover and tongs
Block Optic Pickle Castor; Silver plate stand, cover and togs; Stand features three cherubs and a bird finial
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