STUDIO PILLAR-MOLDED LARGE VASE, brilliant emerald green, deep bowl with eight ribs, raised on a compressed knop, short stem, and thick foot with rough pontil mark. Sand-blasted "M" within pontil mark. Second half 20th century.
OREGON (OMN) / SKILTON - RUBY-STAINED TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, colorless, comprising a covered butter dish, covered sugar bowl, and spooner. Richards & Hartley Glass Co./ U. S. Glass Co. Circa 1891.
SANDWICH STAR / QUARTER DIAMOND (OMN) NEAR PAIR OF LARGE OPEN COMPOTES, colorless lead glass, each bowl with 26-scallop rim, raised on a hollow six-lobe stem and circular patterned foot, wafer construction, factory-polished table ring. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. 1845-1865.
SANDWICH BLOWN, THREADED, AND ENGRAVED TANKARD PITCHER, colorless with cranberry threading, applied handle, fine copper wheel engraved decoration consisting of a crane with a fish in its beak standing among water lilies and cattails, polished pontil mark. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., engraved at Nehemiah Packwood�s cutting shop. 1880-1895.
PILLAR-MOLDED ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, colorless lead glass, comprising a cone-form quart bar decanter, a cone-form pint bar decanter, a petticoat-form pint bar decanter, and a carafe/measure with a cut-panelled neck. 1850-1880.
KLONDIKE / AMBERETTE - AMBER-STAINED TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, colorless with satin panels, comprising a creamer, a covered sugar bowl, a tumbler, and two punch cups. Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton Co., Findlay, OH. Circa 1898.
THREE FACE / DUNCAN NO. 400 (OMN) CONDIMENT ARTICLES, LOT OF TEN, frosted colorless, comprising six open salts and four salt and/or pepper shakers with period lids. Geo. Duncan & Sons, Pittsburgh, PA. 1878-1886.
ASSORTED EAPG ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT, colorless, opaque white/milk glass, and amber-stained, including a Riverside Brilliant creamer and condiment tray, a McKeinley "Protection and Plenty" plate, an Elaine plate with plain rim, and a Honeycomb jelly glass with A. Discher & Co., Cincinnati, OH advertising embossed to foot. Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
ASSORTED EAPG SYRUP PITCHERS, LOT OF FOUR, colorless, comprising a Heart and Thumbprint, a Palmette, an Eyewinker, and a Priscilla example, each having a period lid. Various makers. Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
ASSORTED EAPG - STAINED SYRUP PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO, colorless, comprising a Flowered Scroll lacking the top of the lid and a Reverse 44 syrup pitcher with platinum decoration and a period lid. Various makers. Fourth quarter 19th century.
ASSORTED FLINT EAPG GOBLETS, LOT OF EIGHT, colorless lead glass, including two Frosted Leaf, two Magnet and Grape with one being a lady's example, a Waffle and Thumbprint, and a Washington example. Various makers. Third quarter 19th century.
DUGAN DIAMONDS AND CLUBS FOUR-PIECE WATER SET, emerald green with gilt decoration, comprising a tankard water pitcher with applied handle and three tumblers with factory polished rims. Dugan Glass Co. Circa 1907.
THREE FACE / DUNCAN NO. 400 (OMN) COVERED CRACKER JAR, colorless and frosted, cylindrical ribbed form with a band of beads at base and below the rim, rayed base, ribbed cover with figural finial. Geo. Duncan & Sons, Pittsburgh, PA. 1878-1886.
ASSORTED FLINT EAPG CELERY VASES, LOT OF FIVE, colorless lead glass, including Tong, Excelsior, and Colonial with Diamond Point Band. Four expanded from sugar bowl mold. Various makers. Third quarter 19th century.