Old Parsonage Antiques
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pattern Glass : Pre 1920 item #938584 (stock #110561)
Old Parsonage Antiques
$77.50
Jefferson Glass Co. souvenir tumbler in the Diamond Peg pattern. Nice opalescent Custard Glass with gilt and enameled Rose decoration. The date (1911) and inscription was so lightly done that its barely discernible. Measuring 4" tall by 3-1/8" across the top, with some typical gilt loss to the "pegs" and lip. Floresces nicely under black light. Has Jefferson's Krys-Tol trademark in bottom. Circa 1911. Please inquire as to availability.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pressed Glass : Pre 1920 item #939591 (stock #020931)
Old Parsonage Antiques
$58.00
Nice 4" vaseline glass Daisy and Button tumbler with 5 hobs (buttons) and 4 daisies on the bottom and in the Hobbs "Canary" color. Very clean with no chips, etc., just shelf wear and a straw mark on the ground and polished bottom edge. One tiny bubble just above the center line. Very florescent under black light. All the right stuff to be by Hobbs, Brockunier and Co. from 1884. Measures 2-11/16" across bottom and 2-15/16" across top. Please inquire as to availability.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pattern Glass : Pre 1920 item #938527 (stock #090555)
Old Parsonage Antiques
$145.00
Neat advertising, souvenir toothpick or match holder in the Banded Ring pattern. Opalescent custard glass with gilt decoration made by Heisey Glass. Has "Commercial Importing Co." and "Coffee's" applied around the center. From our web sleuthing, we believe they were a Seattle, Wash. company. Measuring 2-1/4" tall & 2-1/8" across the top, it is in wonderful condition with typical gilt lose the only problem...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pre 1920 item #938365 (stock #010901)
Old Parsonage Antiques
$110.00
Very nice crystal Celery Vase or spooner in Northwoods' No21 Flute pattern. Comes complete with a few straw marks and bubbles typically found in glass from this era. Northwoods' No21 pattern is not often found in anything other than Carnival Glass. Measures 5 3/4" tall and 4 3/4" across top. Marked with the Northwood underlined N in a circle inside on the bottom. Please inquire as to availability.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pattern Glass : Pre 1910 item #938593 (stock #100532)
Old Parsonage Antiques
$69.00
Niles, Ohio 1903 advertising souvenir toothpick or match holder in the Harvard Pattern by Tarentum Glass Co. of Pennsylvania. Made in gilt trimmed Custard Glass thats nicely florescent under black light, and is 2-3/8" tall by 2" across the top. Gilt wear on lip. Circa 1903. Please inquire as to availability.