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1 Buckeye Glass Co. OPAL RIBBON, SHORT/ REVERSE SWIRL SALT SHAKER.
C. 1888. 
Blue opalescent. Mold blown. 2 1/4 h. Named Opal Ribbon, Short by Peterson167(F) & by the Lechners' in Bk. 1, p.12 & Bk. 2, p.33, Heacock calls it Reverse Swirl. Buckeye Glass Co. C. 1888, or one of several companies for whom the patentee, John Miller, worked including Model Flint Glass. No lid. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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2 Buckeye Glass Co., Bridgeport, OH. BLUE OPALESCENT REVERSE SWIRL GLASS TOOTHPICK.
C. 1888 
Mold blown. Waffle-like impressions on the bottom. Buckeye Glass Co. C. 1888, or one ofseveral companies for whom the patentee, John Miller, worked including Model Flint Glass. Polished rim with minor nicks o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 C. F. Monroe Co., Meriden, CT WAVE CREST GLASS SWIRL & BULGE SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS.
C. 1895 - 1906. 
Mold blown. 2 3/8 h. Opal ware yellow tinted neck & bulging base transfer-decorated withfloral sprigs. Unsigned. C. F. Monroe Co. C. 1895 - 1906. Monroe catalogs show these shakers as No. 72-AA & 72-BB with two different lid styles, as does Lechner in Bk. 2, p. 125. The lids on this pair appear to be the same as those shown on 72-AA. Lechner reports her pair as 3 1/8 h. I believe this is an error based on the pair shown next to a pair of Monroe's Tulip shakers (2 1/4 h.) in a 1895-96 catalog reproduced in Cohen's Wave Crest p. 205. Both pairs appear to have about the same height. Shakers are Fine (No defects). One lid has several splits in the side, a dent on top, and some corrosion. The other has minor corrosion. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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4 C. F. Monroe Co., Meriden, CT. C. F. MONROE CUT GLASS SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS.
C.1902-1903 
Crystal with polished bottoms. 3 1/4 h. A 1902-1903 C. F. Monroe Catalog shows these as a No. 9 Salt will sterling tops. Both shakers have abrasions & scatteredchiggers on the tips of the widest part of the shakers where the two would normally make contact o/w Fine. Only one shaker has top, which is sterling marked RW [Stag head] &S. Sterling 769 (Mark of R. Wallace & Sons, Wallingford, MA), and is badly dented on one side. 
Price: 7.50 USD
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5 Fostoria Lamp & Shade Co., Moundsville, WV. RARE ROSE FOSTORIA MINATURE LAMP SHADE.
1890s. 
Pink cased opaque white glass with satin finish. Mold blown. 2 3/8 h. x 4 d. Fostoria Lamp & Shade Co., Moundsville, WV. 1890s. This is same general design as salt shakersHeacock calls Rose Petals in Bk. 3, Fig. 267 and Lechner calls Pink Rose in World of Salt Shakers, 2nd Ed., p. 90). The design was patented for a closed vessel with perforated cover (illustrated with a salt shaker) in March 1891 by Nicholas Kopp, Jr. & assigned to Fostoria Lamp & Shade Co.Fostoria made shades in this pattern, which were called Rose, but all shown in the available glass/ lamp literature have 4 rows of petals (Cf. Murray, Fostoria, Ohio Glass II, p. 164; McDonald, Evolution of the Night Lamp, p.53; Smith, Miniature Lamps, p. 166 & 7; Smith, Miniature Lamps II, p. 197; Thuro, Oil Lamps, p. 305), whereas this shade has 3 additional rows of petals at the top. The hand & table lamps in Thuro arenot attributed, but are shown in a 1912 Fostoria Glass catalog. Minor nicks on the outer edge of the bottom rim o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 225.00 USD
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6 Hobbs, Bruckunier & Co., Wheeling, WV. PILLAR, SIXTEEN SPATTER GLASS SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS.
C. 1885 - 1890. 
Crystal with pink, red & white spatter. Non-opalescent. Mold blown. 3 h. x 1 1/2 d. Hobbs, Bruckunier & Co. C. 1885 - 1890. Peterson (35 L) calls the pattern Pillar, Sixteen, as do the Lechners' who attribute this pattern to Hobbs, Bruckunier & Co., and in Bk. 3 ( p. 79) challenges Heacock's attribution of it to Northwood. See the discussion & references therein regarding thecontroversy. Heacock/Measell believe the pattern is Northwood's No. 245, called Ribbed Pillar, and renamed by Heacock as Northwood Pleat. Fine (No defects). No lids. 
Price: 70.00 USD
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7 Mt Washington Glass Co., New Bedford, MA. MT. WASHINGTON GLASS FLORAL SPRAY SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS.
1885 - 1890. 
Mold blown, satinized, opaque white opalware (White Lusterless) decorated withhandpainted floral sprigs. 2 1/2 h. 1885 - 1890. Tops not original (See Lechner, 2nd Edition, p. 141), but old. Very scarce. Glass & paint are Fine (no defects). Tops have wear & corrosion. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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8 Mt. Washington Glass Co., New Bedford, MA or Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., Sandwich, MA. MT. WASHINGTON / BOSTON & SANDWICH GLASS CONDIMENT SHAKERS.
C.1890s. 
Pair. Mold blown white opalware decorated with handpainted butterflies amid foliage. C.1890s. 3 3/4 h. (with top removed) & 1 5/8 d. Pewter, one-piece lids. These appear to be identical to the handpainted Matched Pillars shakers shown in Lehner, Bk. 2, p. 239, except those are only 3 1/8 h. The lids are identical to those shown in Lechner as well as those shown in Padgett (p. 20) & Avila (p. 6) where very similarly shaped shakers with handpainted decoration are attributed to Mt. Washington. However, see Lechner, Bk. 3, p. 36, where an identically shaped handpainted cruet set (named Tapered Shoulder Variation) with 3 5/8 shakers is shown for a discussion of the evidence that might point to Boston & Sandwich as the maker of the shakers. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 75.00 USD
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9 Mt. Washington Glass Co., New Bedford, MA. MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED BARREL, RIBBED SATIN GLASS SALT & PEPPER
C. 1886 - 1890. 
Satinized, opaque white opalware (White Lusterless) with handpainted enamel pink dot flowers & stained purple & yellow leaves. The flowers are connected with very thin purple stems. 2 3/4 Lechners' Bk 3, p.117 shows shakers in this pattern in opalware in a condiment set with the same decorative style except with Blue Dot flowers. The condiment shakers are 3 1/4h. 2 3/4 shakers are shown in Bk. 2, p. 130-1, but only in Burmese, Peachblow & a simulated Burmese created by handpainting thepink-to-yellow colors over satinized opalware. Presumably the present shakers are from the same blanks as the latter. The shakers and their decoration are Fine (No defects). Original 2-piece pewter tops both show heavy wear. The pepper top is detached from the neck & heavily corroded. salt top shows heavy wear). 
Price: 65.00 USD
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10 Mt.. Washington Glass Co., New Bedford, MA. SATIN GLASS MOTHER-OF-PEARL HERRINGBONE TUMBLER.
C. 1880s. 
Satinized deep rose-to-white cased glass in mother-of-pearl Herringbone pattern. Enameled floral decor with white petals & blossoms, orange anthers & stigma, and goldleaves & stems. Rim top gilted. 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 h. A likely a product of Mt.Washington Glass Co. C. 1880s who used this type of decor on their MOP ware.Partially ground pontil. 2 small chips inside rim o/w Fine. 
Price: 145.00 USD
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11 New England Glass Co. 1880s AMBERINA Pitcher.
1880s 
AMBERINA Milk Pitcher. Blown glass in an Optic Ribbed pattern. Bulbous body with short (1 1/2h.) cylindrical neck (2 3/8 d.) and a pinched spout. Applied amber, reeded handle. Polished pontil. 10 vertical panels extend from the edge of the polished pontil through the neck. 5 1/4h. The maximum diameter of the body is 5. Unsigned. 1880s. Presumably New England Glass Co. based on the presence of a pitcher with this same form in Joseph Locke's Sketchbook. Shuman (Collector's Encylopedia of American Art Glass, p. 52) shows a 5 reverse amberina pitcher with the same form in a Quilted Diamond pattern, which he attributes to New England Glass. He also shows (p. 50) a 7 3/4 h. crackle amberina pitcher in the same form with an applied ribbed handle & ground pontil, but without attribution. Scattered tiny bubbles in-the-making. Appropriate wear around the base o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 140.00 USD
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12 Smith Brothers/ Mt. Washington Glass Co. New Bedford, MA mpany in New MT. WASHINGTON/ SMITH BROTHERS ENAMEL DECORATED CREAMER & SUGAR.
Late 19th Century. 
Satinized opalware shading from a rather faint blue at the top to cream at the bottom. Decorated with a daisy motif in handpainted enamel.Silverplated mounts including a twist handle on the creamer & a bail handle & lid on the sugar. Glass & mounts unsigned. Creamer: 3-1/2 h. to the top of the spout x 2 7/8 d. Sugar: 3 3/4 d. x 2 1/2 h. not including the lid. [See Padgett, Pairpoint Glass, p.55]. All but remnants of silverplate missing o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 95.00 USD
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13 Stevens & Williams, Stourbridge, England STEVENS & WILLIAMS PEACH OPAL DIAMONDS DECORATED GLASS TUMBLER.
1880s. 
Cased, mould blown glass. Overall Diamond Point pattern with a milky, opalescent peach shading to a thin, milky crystal. Enameled blue & white blossons on lavender branches with gold highlights. 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 h. C. 1880s. Attribution based on a S&W vase with the same pattern, colors & decoration (Cf. C. C. Manley, Collectible Glass, Book 4: British Glass, No. 317). Named by Heacock (Cf. 1000 Toothpick Holders, #149), who shows the scarce, but more commom, undecorated toothpick. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 180.00 USD
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14 Unknown. ART GLASS BRIDE'S BASKET.
Late 19th C. 
BRIDE'S BASKET BOWL. White opal glass cased with a light pastel cranberry at the edges shading into a light pastel lime green. Crimped & ruffled rim. About 12 d. at the widest points & about 3 1/2 h. at the highest points. Semi-opaque flint glass. Sanded pontil on the 4 d. foot. Fine (No defects). NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above that added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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15 Unknown. BABY SMALL THUMBPRINT GLASS SALT SHAKER.
1880s. 
Amber. Mold blown. Inverted thumbprint pattern on the inside, smooth on outside. 2 h. 2 piece metal top. Maker unknown. 1880s. Lechner, Bk. 1, p. 110 & Bk. 2, p. 201 (shown in Amberina). Fine (No defects). Top has normal wear on outside & some corrosionin the interior. 
Price: 37.50 USD
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16 Unknown. BLUE OPALINE BRISTOL GLASS VASE.
C.1900 
Light powder blue with fiery opalescence. 6 1/2 h. Inverted goblet shaped with foot and flared rim. Undecorated. Partially ground pontil. Very worn gold trim around rim o/w Fine. (No defects). 
Price: 12.00 USD
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17 Unknown. RARE AMBER OPALESCENT REVERSE SWIRL TUMBLER.
C. 1888 - 1902 
3 5/8 h. x 2 5/8 d. at top & 2 3/8 d. across cyclone-swirled base. Mold blown. RARE in amber. Uncollared (ribs extends to the polished rim). 24 ribs swirl from the bottom right to upper left & 20 opalescent stripes swirl left to right. 2 triangular chips on rim (about 1/8 deep) & a 1/2 l. sliver chip along one rib at rim o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 18.00 USD
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18 Unknown. SPATTER / COTTAGE GLASS PEACOCK TUMBLER.
C. 1885 -1900. 
Mold blown. 3-layered cased glass: white opal interior with crystal exterior over about 4 rows of irregular, elongated white ovals surrounded by intermingled red, green &yellow. 4 horizontal ribs at base. Flaring from 1 3/4 d. base to 2 3/8 d. ground rim. 4 1/16 h. Mold blown. Unsigned. Shown in Glass Collector's Digest, Feb./Mar., 1997, p.41, Photo 3 wherein the author, a British collector of Cottage Glass, discusses his collection fof this glass made in Stourbridge, England c. 1885 -1900. He shows 2 of the tumblers along with a matching jug in the Peacock pattern, a pattern common to the late 19thcentury. Rim nick o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 60.00 USD
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19 Unknown. WHITE OPALESCENT SPATTER GLASS TUMBLER.
1880s - 1890s. 
Crystal flint with white opalescent spatter. Cased with polished rim. 3 3/4 h. Maker unknown. C. 1880s - 1890s. The use of flint glass in the U.S. all but ceased prior to theproduction of spatter glass. Since British glassmakers continued to use flint glass in cased glassware into the 1880s, this tumbler could be British in origin. Dirt particles incorporated in the base & scattered small bubbles in-the-making. Small chip on the interior of the rim o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 22.50 USD
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20 Unkown. PURPLE SLAG GLASS RIBBED KETTLE TOOTHPICK.
C. 1885. 
Marbled shades of purple from dark to pastel strongly contrasted with white. Thick glass. 21/2 h. x 2 3/8 w. across rim. Named by Heacock (1000 Toothpick Holders) who believes it was made in England C. 1885. Many heat checks in-the-making, 2 litle nicks in the rim & 1 on bail holder. Roughness on the bottom of one foot. Bail missing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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