Atlanta Antique Gallery - Pattern Glass EAPG

Glass - Antique - Pattern Glass EAPG
Collecting Early American Patterm Glass or EAPG can be exciting, but at the same time, confusing. Pattern names vary; factual information can be difficult to attain; and myths about this antique glass abound. Prior to 1820, the mainstay of American glass was solely of blown glasswares. As the need for more timely and cost effective glass production grew, manufacturers developed the art of pressed glass. The earliest makers such as Pears and Bakewell, Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., are credited with the new processes in glass manufacture. Through the 1830's, imagination and ingenuity coupled with less costly production and work time, led to a myriad of lacy flint patterns. Once the production of antique lacy glass tablewares proved impractical and unprofitable, new techniques were developed and the artistry of motifs and patterns of a utilitarian nature became standard in both blown and pressed forms. Around 1870 and in order to increase sales, glassmakers introduced color, such as ruby stain and frosted or satin like effects. Also, slag, chocolate, and custard colorations were integral to patterns depicting animals, flowers, fruit and geometric designs. In the field of blown pattern glass, color was achieved both in clear, cased or plated, and gilt decorated forms. A large portion of the antique American pattern glass making occurred along the Ohio Valley, encompassing West Virginia makers such as Hobbs Brockunier, Riverside Glass Company, U.S. Glass Company, Gillinder & Sons, Northwood Glass Co., Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co., Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co., Dalzell Gilmore Leighton Co., Bellaire, and Bryce Brothers.

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Description: Cambridge drape lady figure. 9 inches tall. THA040.
Item #: THA-23065
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $89.00
Qty: 1

Description: Carnival Glass Blackberry Spray Bon Bon Dish. By Fenton Glass. Measures 5 3/ inches wide x 3 3/4 inches tall.
Item #: BB -42791
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $85.00
Qty: 1

Description: Carnival Glass Bon-Bon Dish "Question Mark" Ducan Glass Co. Measures 4 inches tall x 7 inches wide (handle to handle).
Item #: BB-42832
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $85.00
Qty: 1

Description: Carnival Glass Windmill Pitcher. Measures 8 inches tall.
Item #: BB-42831
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $85.00
Qty: 1

Description: Clear 6 Pressed Glass Coasters 5 inch Diam. $49.00/Set of Six
Item #: RPM-K537
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $49.00
Qty: 1

Description: Clear Overshot Cracker Jar With Enamel Floral Decoration. Measures 7 1/2 inches tall x 5 inches wide.
Item #: 102-43553
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $135.00
Qty: 1

Description: Dugan Opalescent Novelty Bowl. 8" x 4-1/4".
Item #: AAG-TPG-34715
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $105.00
Sale: $80.00
Save: 24%
Save: $25.00
Qty: 1

Description: Duncan and Sons button panel cruet. Accents in gold, stands approximately 6.5" tall to the top of the faceted stopper.
Item #: 102-23262
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $295.00
Qty: 1

Description: Early American Pattern Glass High Standard Compote "Cut Log" Bryce 8" Diam. 12" high with cover
Item #: BDF-58753
Condition: Antique
Price: $99.00
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Description: Early American Pressed Glass, covered compote etched decoration. 12 1/2 inch tall
Item #: RPM-10172
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $179.00
Qty: 1

Description: Fenton Iridescent Carnival Glass Cherries & Chains Basket. Measures 10 1/4 inches wide x 9 inches tall.
Item #: RPM-43113
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $169.00
Qty: 1

Description: Fenton opalescent center bowl with candle holder, cherub base. Henry Trim NY, NY. There is a small crack in brass base of candle holder. 9" in diameter and 8-3/4" tall.
Item #: RPM-20095
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $239.00
Qty: 1

Description: Fenton Ruffles & Rings Bowl. 8" x 3".
Item #: AAG-TPG-34717
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $99.00
Sale: $75.00
Save: 24%
Save: $24.00
Qty: 1

Description: Green opalescent swirl pitcher is likely made by Jefferson Glass Co. or Beaumont. Pitcher is a blown opalescent swirl pattern and has ruffled rim with an applied handle. Piece is 9-1/2" tall.
Item #: RPM-22721
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $389.00
Qty: 1

Description: Hobbs Brockunier Berry Bowl. 9" diameter, Leaf and Flower no. 339 with frosted finish and deep amber stained decoration no. 25.
Item #: 102-29866
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $94.00
Qty: 1

Description: Hobbs Brockunier Blue Sapphire Opalescent Hobnail Water Pitcher. Measures 7 3/4 inches tall and 7 inches from spout to handle.
Item #: RPM-47333
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $239.00
Qty: 1

Description: Hobbs Cranberry Hobnail Bowl. Large berry bowl measuring 10" in diameter and 3-1/2" deep.
Item #: RPM-26606
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $569.00
Qty: 1

Description: Hobbs Francesware Bowl. 5-1/4" diameter.
Item #: RPM-31098
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $120.00
Qty: 1

Description: Frosted rubina art glass pitcher. Hobnail (Dewdrop) water pitcher made by Hobbs, Brockunier and Co.. Piece has small nicks to the tips of the hobnails. This is a very rare piece with an example...More Details »
Item #: RPM-22909
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $379.00
Qty: 1

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Description: Northwood Aurora Sugar Shaker. Rubina optic in aurora pattern, ball shape mold, 3-1/4" tall, circa 1890's.
Item #: JHR-35208-03
Condition: Antique
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Description: Northwood Table Set with Gold Trim, minor chips on the covered dish. This set consist of four pieces.
Item #: RPM-1051
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $129.00
Qty: 1

Description: Set of 4 Cobalt Cream Soups 2 Handled Newport or Hairpin. Each measures 6 1/2 inches handle to handle.
Item #: SML-44392
Condition: Antique
Unique Item
Price: $99.00
Qty: 1

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