Blown Glass Hour Glass
Excellent large 19th C. Blown Glass and Wood Hour Glass with the early fabric weave connection. The size is 9 1/2" tall. Condition is excellent. A large and rare example.
Inventory Number: PERS
Blown Three Mold Decanter
Quart size Blown Three Mold Decanter, GIII-19, Keene, Marlboro Street Glassworks, Keene, NH. Medium Olive Green, c. 1820-30. 9 1/2" tall. Clean and brilliant glass, near mint condition. Very nice example of this quart decanter. Getting difficult to find.
Inventory Number: 514AGA150
Blown Three Mold Ink
Blown Three Mold Ink Well in the GII-18 pattern in olive-amber. 2 1/4" diameter, 1 1/2"high. Excellent original condition, no issues. Likely CT origin.
Inventory Number: PERS
Exceptionally Small CT "Pitkin" Flask
Very scarce exceptionally small (4 3/4") CT "Pitkin" Flask with well defined swirled ribs and light under layer vertical ribs, really appears as just swirled ribs. A nice medium olive green color with clean brilliant glass and original surface luster. Virtually no side surface wear, good base wear. A good heavy tubular pontil. Just about a perfect little specimen. Displays beautifully.
Inventory Number: 114BS150
Small CT "Pitkin" Flask
A very nice and beautiful CT "Pitkin" Flask in a nice small size (just 5" tall). Excellent swirled rib pattern with strong, clear definition. Excellent, virtually mint, condition with virtually no surface wear and no damage or stains. Good base wear and nice rough pontil. The glass is clean and brilliant with original surface luster. A scarce beautiful small example of a classic single swirl "Pitkin" flask.
Inventory Number: 114BS110
Zanesville Swirled Pocket Flask
c. 1820-30 Zanesville, Ohio 24 swirled rib pocket flask. Nice tight swirled pattern in upper 2/3'ds fading in to the bottom third. Beautiful deep reddish amber color. Excellent condition all around. No damage, no stains. Glass is clean and brilliant with good original surface luster. 5" tall. Good base wear and rough pontil.
Inventory Number: 114BS275
Lancaster Cornucopia and Urn Flask
Very nice example of the Lancaster, NY Glass Works pint Cornucopia and Urn Flask with loosely arranged produce. McKearnin pattern GIII-17. Color is a light blue.green. Nice crude form and surface. Glass is clean and brilliant with original surface luster. Very minimal high point wear. Good base wear and rough pontil. No damage or stains. A first rate example.
Amber Eagle Cornucopia FlaskAmber Eagle Cornucopia Flask
Very nice example of a pint GII-73 Eagle and Cornucopia Flask in a bright medium amber, Keene, NH Glass Works. Good mold impression and virtually mint condition. Glass is clear and brilliant with no damage, no stains or haze. No noticeable surface wear. Rough pontil. Base shows impression of mold line and 3 raised dots, a bit unusual.
Inventory Number: 1113EB146
GIX-II Scroll Flask
Very nice large pint scroll flask in McKearnin's GIX-11 Pattern. Plain lip and iron pontil. Nice light to medium blue/green color. Clear and brilliant glass. Excellent condition with no damage or stains. Nice original surface ouster. Virtually no high point wear. Probably a Louisville, KY Glass Works piece.
Double Eagle Historical Flask
Virtually mint Double Eagle Historical Flask in McKearnin's GII-24 pattern. Probably Louisville, KY Glass Works. Beautiful condition. Medium blue/green glass. Glass is clean and brilliant with no damage or staining. Virtually no high point surface wear. Gutsy tubular pontil. A premier example. From an old CT collection.
Inventory Number: 1013HA234
19th C. Globular Whiskey Bottle
19th C. Globular Whiskey Bottle, blown in a 2 part mold. Applied lip. Nice iron pontil. Deep forest free. Glass is clean and brilliant with nice original surface luster. No damage or stains, about mint. 7" tall. Very similar to the embossed Forest Lawn JVH Whiskeys. From a MidWest collection.
Inventory Number: 114EB77
Superb example of a GVIII-29 Sunburst Flask in a beautiful medium teal green. Probably Keene, NH, early 19th C. A comparatively scarce bottle in excellent original condition. Brilliant clear glass with nice surface luster. No chips, nicks, stars, stains, etc. Excellent mold impression. No noticeable surface wear. Nice rough pontil. Stands well for display.
Inventory Number: 1114AGA 354
Washington/Sheaf of rye Flask
Very nice 1/2 pint George Washington and Sheaf of Rye Flask. McKearnin GI-59 pattern. Light blue/green color. Glass is clear and brilliant with no damage, some light internal haze. Lip is applied and tooled, base is smooth. Listed as comparatively scarce.
Inventory Number: 1013HA92
Blown Three Mold Baroque Decanter
Scarce Blown Three Mold Baroque Pattern Pint Decanter (GV-8) with correct original stopper. Strong impression. Excellent original condition - no cracks, stars, chips, etc. The collar around the top of the pattern has an original mold sag in the collar line.
Inventory Number: 1113EB72
GIX-32 Scroll Flask
Nice example of a 1/2 pint scroll flask in the McKearnin Pattern GIX-32 pattern. Nice light blue/green color. Excellent condition, no damage. Glass is clean and brilliant with very nice original surface luster. Virtually no surface wear. Good base wear and large disk iron pontil. One minor light haze spot, only mentioned for completeness. A very nice example of a scarce flask. Probably Pittsburgh area.
Inventory Number: 1013 BE511
Half Pint Scroll Flask
Nice example of a GIX-31 Scroll 1.2 pint flask in light-medium green. Probably Pittsburgh, mid 19th C. Excellent condition with no chips, stars, dings, etc. Some very minor haze in a couple of spots. Virtually no surface wear or scratching, except base wear from use.
Inventory Number: 1113EB84
ROHRER'S EXPECTORAL WILD CHERRY TONIC
Terrific example of "ROHRER'S EXPECTORAL - - WILD CHERRY TONIC", "Lancaster, PA". Nice medium amber color with red highlights. Excellent condition, clean and brilliant glass with nice original surface luster. No damage or stains.
Inventory Number: 413PA522
Washington - Taylor Historical Flask
GI-41 "Washington-Taylor" 1/2 pint Historical flask in aquamarine. Smooth base. Nice small flask from an old New England collection (old label affixed). Minor roughness on small area of lip. May have come from the making.
Inventory Number: 1013HA92
Mallet Form Spirits Bottle
Early Mallet form Spirits Bottle blown in a dip mold with bold applied lip, high kick up and large rough pontil scar. Excellent original condition with clean brilliant medium olive green glass. Nice crudity to the glass. No damage or stains. Very clean early 19th C or late 18th C. bottle. 7 7/8" tall, 4 1/2" diameter.
Inventory Number: 1013HA100
Eagle Cornucopia Flask
Very nice example of a pint GII-73 "Eagle Cornucopia" Flask in deep olive amber, Keene, NH Glass Works. Excellent mold impression and virtually mint condition. Glass is clear and brilliant with no damage, no stains or haze. This example appears to be a bit "fatter" than usual giving it a nice hefty look. No noticeable surface wear.
Inventory Number: 1113PA190
Eastern Pitkin Flask
Fine example of an Eastern "pitkin" Flask. probably CT origin, c. 1800-1820. A deep bright yellowish green color. A nice vertical form with 36 swirled ribs and 36 vertical ribs and a strong tubular pontil. The glass is clear and brilliant with no damage, body wear, stains or haze. 5.5"
tall. A clean choice example for a New York State collection.
Inventory Number: 813PBS75
Midwestern Pitkin Flask
Very nice Midwestern, probably Ohio, "Pitkin" flask with 24 vertical ribs and 24 swirled ribs. Nice medium yellow green color. The glass is clear and brilliant with no damage, body wear, stains or haze. There is an interesting large stone occlusion at the upper shoulder that adds a bit of crudeness to the piece. The occlusion has no radiations, no problems. 5 5/8" tall. From a New York State collection.
Inventory Number: 813PBS526
Swirled Club Bottle
Very attractive pattern molded Club bottle. 24 ribs swirled to the right, Midwestern origin, probably Zanesville Glass Works. Rich medium bluish/green with well formed "beehive" body, bold applied mouth collar, nice push up base and pontil scar. 7 3/4" tall, 4.5" diameter. Excellent condition with only some very minor haze at the base of the neck. A much stronger color than usual.
Inventory Number: 713BS522
GVIII-25 Sunburst Flask
Very nice 1/2 pint GVIII-25 Sunburst Flask in a light bluish green. Probably Baltimore, early 19th C. A comparatively scarce flask in excellent condition - no chips, nicks, stars, stains, etc. Glass is clear and brilliant with a nice original luster. Very good mold impression with virtually no surface wear, except base wear as expected. From a Florida collection.
Inventory Number: 1213EB462
An exceptional Midwestern creamer/pitcher, probably from Kent or Mantua, Ohio. Great form with 16 ribs, excellent ear shaped strap handle with nice terminal wrap around crimping. Glass has a slightly gray lead tone. It is clear and brilliant with good original surface luster. A beautifully shaped early Midwest American example, early 19th C. Excellent original condition with no chips, nicks, cracks, stars, stains, etc.
Inventory Number: 1013EB554
8.5" Chestnut Bottle
8.5" Chestnut bottle in a deep green color. Very nice form with good chestnut shaped body with a slim neck and fat applied lip. Glass is clean and brilliant, lots of tiny bubbles and a few large ones for added interest. A nice large size in a more unusual color.
Inventory Number: 813PBS053
Price: $625 HOLD
Copper Wheel Engraved Drinking Vessel
A large and exceptional blown and copper wheel engraved drinking vessel. Excellent decorative engraving on the rim, base and front, appears to be a monogram inside a shield. Beautifully hand blown and tooled craftsmanship. Large medial knob and baluster stem with large enclosed air bubbles. Applied inward folded and crowned base/foot. Mint original condition, likely a gift or presentation piece. Probably English or Continental origin, 18th C. 9 3/8" tall, foot diameter 5 1/8". A rare and beautiful piece of 18th C. glass. From a Washington, DC collection.
Inventory Number: 1213FL385
American Historical Flasks Book
The story of American Historical Flasks by Helen McKearin in association with the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, summer of 1953, 70 pages, soft cover. This book desceribes the background of American Historical Flasks and studies 8 groups of flasks with line drawings and photos of the flasks presented in this 1953 exhibit curated by Helen McKearin. Very good condition with only some cover edge wear.
Inventory Number: 93BE41
Price: $35 including shipping
Midwestern Blown Pitcher
A scarce large size pitcher with 14 slightly swirled ribs. Nicely formed and blown applied hollow handle with wrap around crimping. Beautifully tooled rim simulating folding and nicely flared top and well formed pouring spout. Likely a Pittsburgh area glass house, c. 1820-1835. Nice larger size at 8 " tall. Good rough pontil around where the ribs terminate. Good base wear but very little other surface wear. The condition is virtually mint with no damage or stains or haze. The glass is clear and brilliant with excellent original surface luster. A very fine example. From an eastern PA collection.
Inventory Number: 1213EB362
Zanesville Grandmother Flask
Exceptional Midwestern "Grandmother" size pattern molded flask, 7 3/4" high. Beautiful quilted pattern formed by 24
vertical ribs and 24 ribbed swirled to the left. Probably Zanesville Glass Works origin. c. 1800-1820. Nice impression all around, enhanced by the clean and brilliant blue/green golor and good surface luster. Excellent condition. From an old PA collection whose owner was very selective in his choices.
Inventory Number: 713EB1103
Midwestern Pocket Flask
Most unusual Midwestern pattern molded pocket flask in a light yellowish green color. 5 1/2" tall. Nice resulting pattern from 2 insertions into a 16 rib mold in that the lower half of the flask shows only vertical ribs while the upper half has a well defined broken swirl or quilted pattern, Possibly a Kent or Mantua, Ohio origin, c. 1820-1830. This was purposely done as the second set of ribs was only molded into the top half and swirled to the left. The result produces an interesting visual effect. The condition is excellent with bright, clean glass and no defects. From an old PA collection.
Inventory Number: 713EB273
Pittsburgh Bar Bottle
Exceptionally tall and heavy pillar molded (8 ribs) bar bottle. Nice bold form with deep ribbing and concaved sides. 12" tall. Excellent condition - no ships, flakes, stains, etc. Clear and brilliant glass. Ground and polished pontil. A beautiful example in form, size and condition.
Inventory Number: 713BS80
Nice medium olive green American chestnut bottle, 5 7/8" tall. Good form. Nice applied lip. Excellent condition. Clean and brilliant glass.
Inventory Number: 713BS175
Handled, Footed, Blown Pitcher
A most attractive early 19th C. American Pitcher in mint condition. Great helmut formed body with strikingly curved spout and an exceptionally formed hollow handle. Nice gutsy handle attachmenets with no problems. Well formed applied pedestal and circular foot give it an overall special design. Body is decorated with deep cut panels around the mid and lower body. 8 3/4" tall. A strikingly pretty American pitcher. Fits nicely with the oversized sugar bowl below in size and form.
Inventory Number: 813NH450
Early 19th C. Nailsea area utility pitcher, 6 1/8" tall. Very nice deep foreest green body with white inclusion decoration. Crude, heavy conical form with pinched pouring lip and attached handle. Clear brilliant glass with nice swirls and striations. Excellent condition with no issues. A nice kick up pontil. Fine example.
Inventory Number: 713BS325
Large blown and deep cut compote, 10" diameter, 9 1/2" tall. Deep cut circles and ellipses on the bowl and cut panels on the hollow pedestal. Excellent craftsmanship all around. Disk base, applied to hollow support pedestal and attached to the bowl with a glass wafer. Excellent condition with no damage or staining. Ground and polished pontil. Probably American origin, c. 1830.
Inventory Number: 713AA425
Zanesville Globular Bottle
Exceptional Midwestern. most likely Zanesville, Globular Bottle with 24 swirled ribs and rolled lip. The mold impression is particularly bold and the nice amber color displays well. The glass is clean and brilliant with no condition issues inside or outside. More unusual large size - 8 5/8" tall. Nice globular form which is highlighted by the well formed swirled ribs. From an old PA collection.
Inventory Number: 613EB730
Blown Cut Pitcher
19th C., c. 1830-1835 blown glass pitcher with large deep cut panels and flutes. Large blown applied hollow handle with nicely crimped bottom attachment. 8" tall overall. Excellent condition with no problems. From an old upstate NY collection.
Inventory Number: 713EB148
Deep Olive Green Utility Bottle
Deep olive green utility bottle with large applied collar. Cylindrical form. Very nice green color and condition with lots of small bubbles, 1 small radiated pot stone bruise near base.. Good clean, brilliant glass and nice surface luster. 4 7/8" high, 2 1/2" diameter. Nice kickup rough pontil.
Inventory Number: 713B150
19th C. Blown 3-Mold Decanter G111-16
An excellent example of the G111-16 pint size bottle glass blown 3-mold bottle/decanter, c. 1815-1830. The color is a nice deep olive amber. The pattern impression is sharp and crisp, and the glass is clean and brilliant. The condition is mint. This pattern is generally attributed to the Keene, NH, Markborough St, Glass House. 7 1/16" high.
Inventory Number: 53EB570B
A little different form of a medical leech bowl. It stands out with a smaller bowl (5 1/2" diameter) and a more interesting blown 2 ribbed trumpet base than others. Nicely blown bowl and base, both with folded edges. Overall 9" tall. Excellent original condition with no problems.
Inventory Number: 713VT275
Excellent blown 3-mold quart decanter in pristine original condition, c. 1815-1830. G11-18 pattern with is original well fitting stopper. Probably from the Sandwich, MA Glass Company. A common mold but the condition is just so perfect it deserves to be in a nice collection.
Inventory Number: 613NH113
Early 19th C. Deep Amethyst Apothecary Bottle with its original gold painted label. Excellent condition and even retains its original cork and tin cover. The glass is brilliant and clean. An excellent example. From an Ohio Doctor's collection. Large size - bottle only 11 1/2" tall, 6 3/4" diameter. 12 1/2" tall with cover.
Inventory Number: 313EB236
Medium Green Pitkin Flask
"Pitkin" type Flask, c. 1800-1825. Pattern molded with 30 vertical ribs over 30 ribs swirled to the right. Probably Mid West origin. Elliptical formed body in a very attractive medium sea green color. 6 7/8" tall with a rough pontil. The glass is clear and brilliant with no staining, chips, cracks, stars, etc. The base is a bit slanted and would benefit from a small amount of clay to add maximum stability. There is some high point exterior wear, but it does not detract from its appearance and bright color. A nice example in form and expecially color.
Inventory Number: 1112AGA321
G111-16 Blown Three Mold Decanter
An excellent example of the G111-16 pint size blown 3-mold decanter, c. 1815-1830. The color is anice deep olive amber. The pattern impression is sharp and crisp anad the mouth has a desireable flared lip. 7 3/16" high. The condition is mint. The glass is clear and brilliant with no damage. This pattern is generally attributed to the Keene, NH, Marlborough St Glass House.
Inventory Number: 513EB709(A)
Bulbous Storage Jar
Rare Large 19th C. blown blue-green aqua tapered side storage jar, 7.5" high, 6 1/8" diameter. Large rough pontil. Very unusual form and nice large size.
Inventory Number: 313DP340
TR Cinch Apothecary
Large early 19th C. dark olive amber green apothecary bottle with its old, if not original, fitted cork, 13" tall with its original gold painted label "T R. CINCH C". It has a smooth base showing good wear, body is 6 1/2" diameter. Overall condition is excellent with only a small open bubble (1/4") on the shoulder and some age discoloration on the gold label. The bottle was blown in a shoulder high dip mold with hand formed shoulders, neck and rolled lip.
Inventory Numner: 1111EB240
Mid West Aqua Glob
19th C. Midwestern Aqua Globular Bottle, 8" tall, rough pontil.
Inventory Number: 313DP165
Late 18th, early 19th C. blown chestnut shaped bottle with applied ribbon lip. Nice medium olive green color. Excellent condition. 5 7/8" tall. Likely European origin.
Inventory Number: Pers20
Free Blown Pitcher
Nice large colorless free blown pitcher, American origin. Probably Mid West origin, c. 1825-1840. Attractive barrel shaped body formed to a wide outward flaring neck and rim with a pinched pouring spout. The top rim is boldly tooled to appear folded. The base has a nice rough pontil scar. The handle is a solid broad strap type that is attached at the top and then folded over and crimped at the bottom. Excellent condition with no issues. 8 1/8" tall.
Inventory Number: 1112AGA293
Blown Glass Pitcher dated 1781
Very early blown clear glass pitcher with applied ear shaped handle and hopps and barley malt copper wheel engraved decoration surrounding an engraved "1781" date. 6 1/8" tall. Very good overall condition, does have a minor original cooling check just on the top rim where the maker
made a second touch above where he applied the top of the handle. The roll out of the top rim just made contact with the handle top and created a cooling stress point. Probably English in origin. From an old Maine estate.
Inventory Number: 812MR155
Cobalt Witch Ball on Stand
19th C. cobalt blue witchball with holder. Nice form and size. Excellent condition. Open rough pontils. Overall height is 12 1/2", vase only 8 1/4" and witchball 4 1/2" diameter. Probably American origin. From an old NYS collection.
Inventory Number: 912EB340, 1211EB57
A very large, 12 1/4" tall by 7 1/4" diameter, handled Nailsea Jug in medium yellow green with embedded white glass flecking. Large ear shaped applied handle with return curl contact. Applied lip and large pontil mark. Clear and brilliant glass, Excellent condition. The only
comment would be some partial loss from one of the white enbedded flecks, sort of typical on these. You just do not see these oversized Nailsea jugs.
Inventory Number: 812GW582
Nice clean, heavy deep olive amber utility bottle. Blown in a 2 part mold with great residual whittle marks in body. Applied lip, raised glass dot in the center of bottom graphite pontil. Clean and brilliant glass. Excellent condition. 7 1/4" tall, 2 3/4" diameter.
Large Apothecary Bottle
Very large deep olive green apothecary bottle. Excellent original condition retaining its original cork and tin cover. Nice gold and black label. Large pontil area. Nice luster to the glass surface.
Inventory Number: 412PA60
Light Green Pitkin Flask
Very nice light yellowish green 32 rib "Pitkin" flask. Excellent mold impression from top to bottom. Strong tubular pontil. Excellent condition. Clear, brilliant glass. Good base wear. Very little body wear.
Inventory Number: 812POK580
Blue and Pink Witch Ball
19th C. glass witch ball with 4 drag loop sections of decoration. Most interesting colors - shades of bright blue and pink over a white core interior. 4 3/8" diameter. Excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 812EB115
Very tall olive amber utility bottle, probably for snuff. 9 1/2" tall and 3 5/8" wide, 2 1/2" deep. Champhored corners, smooth base. Excellent clean condition.
Inventory Number: 812POK240
3 Mold Bar Bottle
Rare American Blown 3 Mold Bar Bottle in the GV-9 Baroque Pattern, c. 1815-1830. As with most bar bottles, the glass is thick and heavy. However, the mold impression is strong and very well defined throughout. The glass is clear and brilliant with some appealing swirls and striations. The base is plain with a nice rough pontil. Excellent condition with no damage and no stains or sickness. 9 1/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 78LP175
Blown 3 Mold Decanter
Early 19th C. American blown 3-mold decanter (c. 1820) in the GII-18 pattern. Nice early crude example, likely Sandwich, MA. Appropriate stopper. Excellent condition. Light steel gray color.
Inventory Number: 712NH85
German Boot Bottle
An exceptionally attractive German flattened "Boot Bottle" with a fitted sterling pouring top with cover and handle. A nice combination of a normally crude style bottle with a most sophisticated silver mount. Bottle is deep olive amber, clean and brilliant. Hallmarks on the sterling silver indicate it was made by the Hilliard & Thompson Co. of Birmingham, England and dates to the period of the bottle. Great style, presence and original condition.
Inventory Number: 1211FL698
White Witch Ball
Nice heavy white milk glass witch ball. Unusual color. 19th C. Excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 612HE70
Blue Swirled Witch Ball
Very large and particularly attractive witch ball, 6 7/8 - 7" diameter. Nice light electric blue ball with 12 embedded white swirl lines. A good degree of crudeness with striations in the glass, bubbles, and a slight out of round form (ball form extends up to the blow pipe hole). Excellent condition. One area of roughness was ground by the maker when the blow pipe was broken off. From a PA collection.
Inventory Number: 1111EB261
Pair of Half Pint Decanters
Nice pair of 1/2 pint American blown 3 mold decanters in the GI-29 geometric pattern with concentric ring type III bases and rough pontils, c. 1815-1830. Attributed to the Sandwich, MA Glass House. The glass is clear and brilliant and the pattern is crisp and well defined throughout. The stoppers are appropriate and likely original. Excellent condition with no damage, stains or sickness. From a NY State collection.
Inventory Number: 105R20
Aqua Witch Ball
19th C. blown glass Witch ball, 4 1/2" diameter. Unusual aqua/light pale blue color. Nice example in excellent original condition. No damage. From an upstate NY collection.
Inventory Number: 1211EB57C
19th C. Witch ball, 4 1/2" diameter. Nice crude form in a very unusual yellow-green color. Good hole opening from the maker's blow pipe. Bright, clean and clear glass. No damage. From an upstate NY collection.
Inventory Number: 1111EB53
Pair Pressed Glass Compotes
Very nice pair of early 19th C. pressed glass compotes, probably New England. Made of 2 parts each connected by a glass wafer at the top of the stems. Excellent original condition. One compote is 5 1/8" tall with a 6 3/8" diameter. The other is 5 3/8" tall witha 6 1/4" diameter. Slight differences created by the hand finishing and assembly variances. Bases are the same diameter - 4 1/8".
Inventory Number: 611IN80
Price: $225 for the pair.
Opalescent Blue Witch Ball
19th C. free blown medium opaque opalescent blue witch ball. Excellent original condition with a few exterior open bubbles created in the blowing process. Very nice form and unusual color. 3 3/4" diameter.
Inventory Number: 911EB84
Elegant Quite Small Clear Glass Pittsburgh area Pillar Molded Pitcher or Creamer (5 1/2" tall to top of handle). Excellent original condition with no damage or stains. Great form and weight and nice unusual smaller size. Found in Indiana.
Inventory Number: 611IN20
Whale Oil Lamp
Mid 19th C. blown molded bell shaped oil lamp with well formed applied ear shaped handle. Extra nice crimping at the base of the handle. Smooth base. Original brass burner collor and good old make-do burner. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks, stars or dings. 4" tall, not including burner. Good base wear.
Inventory Number: 911EB90
Folded Foot Wines
Nice early examples of free blown wine or cordial glasses each with a folded foot base. 2 are "bucket" shaped bowls and 2 have "funnel" shaped bowls. One, the third from the left also has a slightly swirled ribbed pattern from a dip mold. They range in height from 3 3/4" to 4", the 4" one having the ribbed pattern. Pictured together but sold separately. We have about another 100 early small wines in inventory if you have a specific interest in wines.
1. Left (N17) is $45
2. 2nd from Left is $45
3. 3rd from Left (N15) is $50
4. Far Right (KH7) is $45
Blown 3-mold Inkwell
Blown 3-Mold Inkwell in the GIII-29 pattern from the Keene, NH Glassworks. Size is 2 1/4" diameter and 1 1/2" tall. The color is deep olive amber. The glass is brilliant and clear with no stains or sediment. The condition is excellent - no chips, stars, cracks, etc. Just a small open bubble near the mouth on the disc. From a California collection.
Inventory Number: 510EB15
Pair 3-Mold Decanters
Beautiful pair of quart size blown 3-mold clear glass decanters in the GV-14 pattern. Nice crisp pattern impressions with clear brilliant glass. Original stoppers. Excellent condition with no damage or staining. Size is 11" tall. Ex Paul Richards collection. A very good natural pair.
Inventory Number: 108DA369
Early 19th C. free blown clear glass sparking lamp with nicely applied ear shaped handle with curled termination. Tool formed funnel shaped body ending in a drawn circular foot. 3" tall. American origin. Excellent condition with no damage.
Inventory Number: 108DA263
Witch Ball on Stand
Beautiful and colorful witch ball and vase stand in white and pink. The base glass is white with nicely pulled pink loopings. The vase stand has 4 segments of loopings and the witch ball has 6. Nice form. Excellent condition with no damage. Size is 10 7/8" overall height. Vase stand is 7 3/8" tall and the ball is 3 7/8" diameter. American or English origin, 19th C. From a California collection.
Inventory Number: 108DA509
19th C. Blown 3-mold Decanter
American Blown 3-Mold Quart Decanter, c. 1820-35. McKearin pattern GIII-19 with its original matching pattern stopper and 3 double rigaree applied collars. An overall quite rare example in excellent original condition - no chips, cracks, bruises, stains, etc. Attributed to the Keene, NH, Marlboro St. factory.
Inventory Number: 97B20
Blown Molded Open Salt
19th C. Blown molded and hand formed open salt. Drawn foot, tulip shaped bowl and inward folded rim created around an 8 rib mold. A crudeness from the hand work adds appeal. Medium blue color. Mint original condition. 3 3/4" diameter, 2 " high.
Inventory Number: 85WA19/19
19th C.Pair of Blown 3-mold Decanters
Rare Pair of American Blown 3-Mold Quart Decanters, c. 1820-35, in McKearin pattern GIII-26, with a ringed type lll base with appropriate original stoppers. A very unusual pair of decanters in clear brilliant glass in excellent original condition - no chips, cracks, bruises, stains, etc. New England origin.
Inventory Number: 97B40
Washington & Taylor Flask
Washington & Taylor portrait flask (McKearnin G1-37). Quart size, medium aquamarine, large rough pontil and sheared lip. Embossed "Father of the Country" and "Taylor Never Surrenders" as well as "Dyottville Glass Works Philad.A". Excellent condition. C. 1848
Inventory Number: 76P99
Pineapple Bitters Bottle
Piineapple Bitters Bottle in deep golden amber color. 9" tall. Clean, clear glass. Excellent condition, smooth base. Diamond shaped area for a paper sellers label. C. 1870.
Inventory Number: 107VT90
Blown Cobalt Open Sugar
Medium cobalt blue open sugar bowl with flanged rim and nice rough pontil. Size is 3 3/8" tall by 4 3/4" diameter. Excellent original condition with good base wear. Probably American origin, mid 19th C.
Inventory Number: 95A30/3
Light Blue Opaque Witchball
Large 19th C. glass witchball. Unusual light blue opaque glass with lighter blue/white striations randomly swirled around the ball that look like bands of clouds. Excellent condition. 4 3/8" diameter.
Inventory Number: 87DEL19/3
Blown Cobalt Blue Creamer
A bulbous rich deep blue creamer with an applied base and well formed ear shaped handle with a nicely crimped and curled termination. Rough pontil. Likely American origin, mid-19th C. 3 7/8" tall. Mint condition.
Inventory Number: 16DA160/16
A nice clean, essentially mint, olive amber "Pitkin" ink, c. 1780-90. Possibly CT origin. 2 3/8" diameter by 1 5/8" high. From a CT collection.
Inventory Number: 67EB81/8
Blown honey amber food/storage jar with applied collar lip and heavy base giving it a graduated color appearance, light to dark, top to bottom. Clear brilliant glass with nice swirls and waves in the glass. 11 3/8" tall by 3 1/8" diameter. Smooth base. Nice condition with only a small flat flake (about 1/8") on the outside of the rim. Probably French origin.
Inventory Number: 117EL17
Pair Cobalt Enameled Decanters
A stately pair of large deep cobalt blue decanters with elegant enamel and gold gilt decorations, oversized elliptical stoppers numbered and matched to the decanters. Large ground pontil. Exceptional original condition. This pair came from an old Vancouver, B.C. collection and were discovered about 60 years ago in a trunk in Glasgow, Scotland by the individual we purchased them from. It is said that they were given as a wedding present in the mid 19th C. and were too nice to be used and hence packed away. Probably of English or continental origin. Decanter alone is 9 5/8" tall, with the stopper 13 3/4" tal.
Inventory Number: 113EB75/4
Price: $975 pair
Clear Blown Cruet
Early free blown clear glass cruet with applied large hollow handle and blown hollow stopper. Nice rough pontil and base wear. We belive the stopper to be original. The very tail of the lower handle attachment was ground and polished at one time, perhaps at the time of making since the stopper base is also ground and polished. It is hard to see how a curl would have chipped off and left such a large tail piece to grind. 8 1/2" tall.
Inventory Number: 91LD81
Black Glass Spirits Bottle
Good early 19th C. black glass spirits bottle with applied lip, pontil and high domed kick up. Nice crude form with clear olive amber color. No stains or damage. Excellent original condition. Even has residue of original red sealing wax. 10 3/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 85PW25
Amethyst Open Bowl
Free Blown Early 19th C Amethyst bowl on trumpet shaped base with folded foot. Beautiful form and brilliant color. Nice rough pontil. Likely American origin. Mint condition. 4 5/8" diameter, 3 3/4" high.
Inventory Number: 16DA30/3
Blown 3-Mold Decanter
New England Blown 3-Mold Decanter (GII-27) with "BRANDY" embossed around the shoulder. This is a scarce, if not rare, example. Nice clear glass in excellent condition. Appropriate period stopper. Quart size. 9 3/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 123L275
Cobalt Ringed Canister
Free Blown Covered Canister with applied blue rings and berry on the cover knob. Clear brilliant glass. Excellent condition with 1 small flake on outer edge of lower blue ring. American origin, probably Midwestern. 11" tall, 5 3/8" diameter.
Inventory Number: 57AA325
Large Midwestern Globular Bottle in a nice brilliant yellow-green color. An old collection label identifies it as "Pittsburgh - Monongahela" area. Nice big pontil and kick up. Good base wear. Excellent condition with only some minor scratches from use on the perimeter. 9 2/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 34EB180
Pattern Moulded Flip
Nice large early flip glass with 14 sunken panels that were slightly swirled in the production. Wonderful crude example with nice sloping sides and many small bubbles. Nice open pontil, good base wear, and overall mint condition. Height is 6 1/4"
Inventory Number: 122EB155
Good New England rectangular snuff bottle with 3 impressed mold marks on the base. Bright olive amber color. Sheared mouth and tubular pontil. Excellent condition. 4 1/4" tall.
Inventory Number: MiscA
Good New England rectangular snuff bottle with 3 impressed mold marks on base. Bright olive amber color. Sheared mouth and tubular pontil. Excellent condition. 4 1/4" tall. This is a mate to the example above.
Inventory Number: Misc 125B
Strap Handled Etched Mug
Large early blown glass mug wuth heavy strap handle and nicely wheel engraved flower and leaves. Non-flint glass. Late 18th, early 19th C. Mint Condition. 6 7/8" tall, 4 3/8" diameter.
Inventory Number: 95A35/4
French Preserve Jar
Large 19th C. olive green storage/preserve jar. Free blown and formed in a dip mould and finished by hand. Nicely formed rim and large pontil. 12 1/4" tall. Excellent condition. Probably French origin.
Inventory Number: PERS
Pair French Apothecaries
A pair of 19th C. blown apothecary jars in a nice rich golden amber color. Outward rolled rims and ground pontils. Original black and gold trimmed tin covers and paper labels. 8 1/2" tall. Normal base wear. Excellent original condition. Probably French origin.
Inventory Number: 42LT50
Price: $245 pair
Large Nailsea Pitcher
A large (8 1/8" high) and important free blown English "Nailsea" applied handle pitcher in a striking medium yellow-green with the traditional embedded white spots and applied white trailings on the rim. Robust bulbous form and nicely applied and crimped handle. Large tubular pontil. Normal wear from usage. In excellent original condition with no cracks, stars, chips or the like. An appealing size and form with the desired crudity of an early example in excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 126EB142
Freeblown Cobalt Creamer
Early free blown creamer in a nice blue-black color. Well formed body with a nice applied handle and foot. 4 1/8” tall. Probably American origin from the 1st quarter of the 19th C. Excellent, no fault condition.
Inventory Number: 46DA35
Lace Maker's Lamp
A lovely lacemaker's lamp complete with tin burner. 6 1/2" tall with burner.
Inventory Number: 76B28
Cotton Stem Wine
A nice example of a cotton stem wine glass with white loopings in the stem. Rough pontil. Probably English origin. 6" high with a tiny chip on the underside of the base.
Inventory Number: 90LV228
Steigle type Bottle
A Steigle type enameled clear glass bottle with a pewter top. The cap to the top is missing. Enameled flowers in red, blue and yellow. 6 1/2" high.
Inventory Number: 86DA23
A beautiful Early to Mid-19th C. Blown Glass Creamer in Amethyst with a very nice applied handle with a nice curl on the bottom. Rough pontil with good base wear. Likely American origin. Very nice form in mint condition. 5 1/2" tall
Inventory Number: 16DA50
Plain Chestnut Flask
A plain, unribbed MidWestern chestnut flask in amber. Probably Zanesville origin. Rough pontil. A nice clean bottle.
Inventory Number: 65S20
Olive Green Chestnut Bottle
6 1/2" olive green New England chestnut bottle. Good wear on the base, rough pontil, excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 126EB252/9
Light Green Milk Pan
A nice example of early 19th C (c.1830-40) utilitarian free blown glass tableware. This milk pan is in excellent condition with only the normal wear from usuage. It has a very nice form with an appealing sense of crudeness associated with the period. Note the large size (10" diameter and 3.5" deep), nicely sloped sides, folded rim with pouring spout, and rough pontil on base. A very nice strong aqua color milk pan in a wonderful early form.
Inventory Number: 126DEL425/54
Zanesville City Glass Works
Very scarce embossed "Zanesville City Glass Works" flask in a medium yellow aquamarine color. Bubbles and large slag inclusion (visible in photo) with no radiations. Very minor flake on outer lip edge. 7 1/2" tall.
Inventory Number: 37EB154/9