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 7870

THREADED AQUAMARINE BLOWN GLASS CREAMER

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, aquamarine, bulbous cylinder with applied solid glass handle and applied neck threading, pontil scar, 3 5/8"H, sheared and tooled rim with pour spout, mint. American, C. 1840.


 7911

HANDSOME NEW JERSEY BLOWN GLASS CREAMER

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, aquamarine, elongated cylinder with applied solid glass handle and simulated neck threading, blowpipe pontil scar, 4 ½"H, sheared and tooled rim with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Southern New Jersey glasshouse, C. 1840.

 CS12

BLOWN GLASS CHILD'S MUG - RARE FORM!

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CHILD'S MUG, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 3 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth, as manufactured with a hard to find fissure across the crease of the handle. American, probably blown at a New York State Glass House, 1830-1850, rare.

 8239

COBALT BLUE PITTSBURGH HOLLOW HANDLED PITCHER

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BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, cobalt blue, cylindrical with simulated neck threading and applied hollow glass handle, pontil scar, 7 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840, rare size.

 6791

THREADED CRIMPED FOOT SOUTH JERSEY PITCHER

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, deep aquamarine, bulbous body with short neck, tooled pour spout, applied crimped foot, applied threading and applied solid glass handle, tubular pontil scar, 5"H, a mint pitcher exhibiting the expected usage wear and minor threading losses. Blown at a South Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 7988

COLORED WESTERN NEW YORK STATE BOTTLE GLASS BOWL OR PAN

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FREEBLOWN BOWL OR PAN, medium to deep blue green, cylindrical with gradually flaring sides, pontil scar, 2 ¼"H x 6"D, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl with generous usage wear. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass House, 1830-1850, rare color.

 7989

SHALLOW BLOWN GLASS BOWL - EX. CORNING GLASS MUSEUM

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN SHALLOW BOWL, aquamarine, cylindrical with flaring sides, pontil scar, 2 ½"H x 9 7/8"D, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, 1830-1850. Ex Corning Glass Museum Collection.

 7766

MATCHING LOOPED GLASS NEW JERSEY WITCH BALL AND STAND

SOLD!

WITCH BALL AND STAND, clear with profuse oplalescent white loopings, trumpet shaped base with cylindrical ball, pontil scar, 13 ½"H, mint. American, probably blown at a South Jersey Glass House, C. 1860. Ex. Norman Heckler Sr. Collection, ex. Arthur Barrus Collection.

 7987

WONDERFULLY FORMED FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL

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FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, aquamarine, cylindrical with straight sides, pontil scar, 6 ½"H x 10"D, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, 1830-1850.

 8127

HANDSOME COBALT BLUE PITTSBURGH BLOWN GLASS PITCHER

SOLD!

SMALL BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, cobalt blue, elongated cylindrical body with applied neck threading and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, tooled mouth with exaggerated pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1840, scarce.

 7907

BEAUTIFUL FLINT GLASS PITCHER WITH PANELED BASE, C. 1830

SOLD!

BLOWN MOLDED PITCHER WITH PANELED BASE, clear flint glass, elongated cylinder drawn from 12 paneled mold, applied solid glass handle with medial rib and simulated neck threading, 7 ¾"H, sheared and tooled rim with pour spout, mint. American, 1820-1840, rare.

 8014

PITTSBURGH, PA BLUE BANDED APOTHECARY JAR WITH DOMED LID

SOLD!

APOTHECARY JAR WITH MATCHING DOMED LID, clear with applied cobalt blue banding, cylindrical, pontil scar, 9 ¼"H, sheared rim, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1840.

 7758

STUNNING PITTSBURGH LOOPED VASE

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FREEBLOWN VASE, clear with opalescent white loopings, ogee shaped bowl with applied knopped stem and circular pad foot, pontil scar, 8 ½"H, hand tooled rim, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1840.

 7820

16 RIB SALT CELLAR WITH APPLIED BLUE RIM

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PATTERN MOLDED SALT CELLAR, 16 vertical ribs, clear flint glass with applied cobalt blue rim, ogee shaped bowl with applied circular foot, pontil scar, 2 ¾"H, applied mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, scarce.

 7800

EARLY 19TH CENTURY FOOTED BOWL

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FOOTED BOWL, clear light green, circular bowl with applied pad foot, pontil scar, 4 ¼"H, flared rim, mint. American, C. 1815, rare form.

 JR2

OUTSTANDING NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. PRESSED LAMP

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PRESSED GLASS LAMP, deep emerald green, ring and ellipse font with hexagonal base, smooth base, 7 ½"H, original pewter collar with double tube burner, about mint (two TINY base edge flakes). New England Glass Company, C.1850, rare color.

 7174

BRILLIANT COBALT BLUE SOUTH JERSEY BLOWN GLASS JAR

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BLOWN GLASS UTILITY JAR, cobalt blue, cylindrical, pontil scar, 5"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1860.

 7595

NICELY FORMED OHIO PAN

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FREEBLOWN PAN, brilliant aquamarine, cylindrical, pontil scar, 1 ¾"H x 5 ¾"D, inwardly rolled rim, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at an Ohio Glass House, 1830-1850.

 7679

MINIATURE BLOWN GLASS PAN C. 1840

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MINIATURE FREEBLOWN PAN, aquamarine window glass, cylindrical, pontil scar, 4 3/8"D, inwardly rolled mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 7678

STODDARD, NH FREEBLOWN HAT

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FREEBLOWN HAT, orange amber, cylindrical, pontil scar, 2 3/8"H, inwardly rolled lip, mint. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard Glass House, Stoddard, NH, C. 1860.

 7676

AMERICAN MADE BLOWN GLASS COMPOTE C. 1830

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FREEBLOWN COMPOTE, clear flint glass, circular bowl with an applied stem with bladed knop and applied foot, pontil scar, 4"H, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, 1820-1840.

 7508

COBALT BLUE AMELUNG CHECKERED DIAMOND SALT CELLAR

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PATTERN MOLDED SALT CELLAR, checkered diamond pattern, vibrant cobalt blue, ogee-shaped bowl with drawn stem and applied foot, pontil scar, 2 7/8"H, sheared, tooled and fire polished rim, a mint salt with a weakened impression. Blown at John Amelung's New Bremen Glassmanufactory, New Bremen, MD., 1785-1795, rare.

 7372

BLOWN NAILSEA-TYPE HAT

 SOLD!

FREEBLOWN HAT, olive amber with opalescent white loopings, pontil scar, 2 1/16"H, sheared and tooled rim, ¼" flash at edge of rim and two interior open bubbles. Blown at an English Glass House, C. 1830.

 7329

DEEP COBALT BLUE PITTSBURGH TUMBLER

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PRESSED GLASS TUMBLER, deep cobalt blue, hexagonal, pontil scar, 3 ½"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, C. 1860.

 7429

STODDARD, NH FREEBLOWN HANDLED JUG

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HANDLED JUG, bright orange amber, cylindrical with applied solid glass handle, tubular pontil scar, 5 ½"H, applied sloping collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C. 1855, rare.

 6847

AQUAMARINE SOUTH JERSEY BLOWN GLASS WINE OR CORDIAL - RARE FORM!

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FREEBLOWN MINIATURE WINE GLASS OR CORDIAL, aquamarine, generally cylindrical with drawn stem and applied solid glass foot, pontil scar, 3 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, 1830-1850, rare form.

 6584

NEW ENGLAND HANDLED CREAMER BLOWN FROM BOTTLE MOLD

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, aquamarine, dip molded body with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 4 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, a mint creamer exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a New England Glass House, 1830-1850.

 7239

EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF BLOWN GLASS COMPOTES

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PAIR OF BLOWN GLASS COMPOTES, clear, cylindrical with applied, ogee shaped pedestal feet with ball knopfs, pontil scars, outwardly folded rims, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 7257

SUPERB SOUTH JERSEY FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL

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FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, brilliant aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, 6 1/2"H x 10 3/8"D, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 7140

SOULFUL WESTERN NEW YORK STATE DEEP BOWL

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, strong bluish aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, 4 5/8"H x 8 ½"D, heavily folded rim, a well-used bowl with generous signs of wear. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass House, C. 1840.

 7055

NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN BOWL - UNUSUAL SIZE

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with flaring sides, pontil scar, 3 ¾"H x 7 ¾"D, outwardly folded rim, about mint (a small, radiating stone is a manufacturer's flaw). Blown at a Western New York State Glass House, C. 1840, scarce size.

 6984

BLOWN GLASS SPARKING LAMP

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BLOWN GLASS SPARKING LAMP, colorless, conical font with drawn knopped stem and applied solid glass foot, pontil scar, 3 ¾"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 6986

INTRIGUING BLOWN MOLDED PATTY PAN C. 1840

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BLOWN MOLDED PATTY PAN, colorless, cylindrical, pontil scar, 1 ¾"H x 5 3/8"D, folded rim, mint. American, 1830-1850.

6793

MINIATURE SOUTH JERSEY BEEHIVE PAN

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MINIATURE PAN WITH BEEHIVE TOOLING, aquamarine, cylindrical, pontil scar, 1 1/8"H x 2 ¼"D, mint. Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840, extremely rare.

 JNH70

CRIMPED FOOT SOUTH JERSEY CREAMER WITH MATCHING BALL

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CRIMPED FOOT CREAMER WITH MATCHING BALL COVER, aquamarine, bulbous body with elongated neck, tooled pour spout, applied crimped foot and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, creamer measures 4 3/16"H and 5 13/16"H with ball, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 6985

UNUSUAL PAIR OF TUMBLERS CREATED FROM A BOTTLE MOLD

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PAIR OF MOLDED GLASS TUMBLERS, clear with milky white opalescent swirls, cylindrical, pontil scars, 3 1/8"H, sheared and tooled mouths, about mint (each tumbler has some minor base edge flaking). American, 1830-1850, rare.

 6846

NEW YORK STATE HANDLED CHILD'S MUG C. 1840

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FREEBLOWN HANDLED CHILD'S MUG, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 3 ½"H, sheared and fire polished rim, as blown with a firing flaw across the base of the handle. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass House, 1830-1850, rare form.

 6705

18TH CENTURY AMERICAN BOWL OR PAN

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DIP MOLDED PAN, clear olive green, 3"H x 8"D, pontil scar, outwardly folded rim, an undamaged pan exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, late 18th or early 19th century.

 5744

MINT CUT AND ENGRAVED CLEAR FLINT GLASS COMPOTE

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CUT AND ENGRAVED COMPOTE, clear flint glass, circular bowl with hollow baluster stem and applied circular foot, polished pontil scar, 7 7/8"H x 8"D, mint. American, possibly blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6579

WESTERN NEW YORK STATE DEEP BOWL C. 1840

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, strong bluish aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, 4 5/8"H x 8 ½"D, heavily folded rim, a well-used bowl with generous signs of wear. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass House, C. 1840.

6841

LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH C. TAVERN GLASS OR "THUMPER"

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BLOWN GLASS DRINKING VESSEL OR "THUMPER," clear flint glass with a grey cast, everted cone with drawn, solid glass base, pontil scar, 3 15/16"H, sheared mouth, mint. American, late 18th or early 19th century.

 6795

MINIATURE SOUTH JERSEY CREAMER

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MINIATURE BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, aquamarine, gracefully tapering body with long neck, tooled pour spout and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 3 ¼"H, mint. Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 6290

WESTERN NEW YORK STATE BLOWN GLASS PAPERWEIGHT INK

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PAPERWEIGHT INKWELL, deep aquamarine, generally cylindrical with the foot, stem and bowl tooled from a single gather, pontil scar, 5 1/16"H, flared mouth, about mint (tiny surface bruise on the outermost circumference of the bowl). Blown at a New York State Glass House, 1840-1860, scarce.

 6982

PILLAR MOLDED PITTSBURGH PITCHER

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PILLAR MOLDED PITCHER, colorless, 8 vertical ribs, sack-shaped body with applied solid glass handle and fancy rigaree treatment, ground pontil scar, 9 ¼"H, a mint piece of tableware exhibiting the expected usage wear. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, 1840-1870.

 6983

PATTERN MOLDED PITTSBURGH CRUET WITH HOLLOW HANDLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED HANDLED CRUET, colorless, 16 vertical ribs, bulbous body with applied hollow handle, pontil scar, 7 3/4" H, tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840.

 6990

STIEGEL TYPE 20 DIAMOND CREAMER

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PATTERN MOLDED CREAMER, cobalt blue, 20 diamonds, pear-shaped with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 4"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. American or English, 1780 or 1800.

 6778

UNIQUE PATTERN MOLDED ZANESVILLE BOWL

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED BOWL IN THE SHAPE OF A HAT, brilliant yellow green, 24 ribs, pontil scar, 7 ¾"D at the widest point, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, unique. Ex. Norman C. Heckler, Sr. Collection

 6467

SUPERLATIVE MULTI-COLORED BELLOWS BOTTLE/FLASK

SOLD!

FREEBLON BELLOWS BOTTLE, clear with white and cranberry loopings, elongated flask form with applied rigaree, feet, neck rings and body decoration, pontil scar, 11 3/8"H, applied double collar, mint. American or English, C. 1860.

 6974

EXCEPTIONAL BLOWN GLASS PITCHER - McKEARIN COLLECTION

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, medium blue green, bulbous body with applied crimped foot, applied neck threading and applied solid glass handle, tubular pontil scar, 5 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass House, 1830-1850. Ex. George McKearin, ex. Crawford Wettlauffer, ex. David Good, ex. Jack Whistance.

 6454

"THE BEST" STODDARD UTILITY JAR

SOLD!

DIP MOLDED STORAGE JAR, golden olive amber, pontil scar, 9 1/16"H x 6 ¾"D, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, C. 1850.

 6600

PURPLE AMETHYST MIDWESTERN CHILD'S MUG

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MINIATURE BLOWN GLASS MUG, rich purple amethyst, cylindrical with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 2 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

6821

RARE PITTSBURGH BLOWN GLASS PITCHER WITH APPLIED GLASS BANDS

SOLD!

SMALL BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, clear, cylindrical with three bands of glass wrapped around mid-body and an applied solid glass handle with rigaree, pontil scar, 4 9/16"H, tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, C. 1840, rare.

 6792

EXCEPTIONAL SOUTH JERSEY BOTTLE GLASS WINE

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BLOWN WINE GLASS, deep aquamarine with subtle olive yellow swirling in the applied foot, generally cylindrical with a drawn stem and applied foot with light crimp marks, pontil scar, 3 7/16"H, mint. Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1830.

 6710

TEXTBOOK PITTSBURGH PATTERN MOLDED CREAMER

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED CREAMER, clear flint glass, 15 vertical ribs, barrel shaped with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H, tooled rim with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, C. 1820.

 6691

WINDOW GLASS JAR WITH MATCHING BALL COVER

SOLD!

DIP MOLDED JAR WITH BALL COVER, aquamarine, pontil scar, jar measures 10"H and 13 ½"H with ball, delicately flared mouth, mint. American, C. 1850.

 JNH61

SUPERB CRIMPED FOOT SOUTH JERSEY CREAMER WITH MATCHING BALL COVER

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BLOWN GLASS CRIMPED FOOT CREAMER WITH MATCHING BALL COVER, aquamarine with subtle olive green swirls, bulbous body with short neck, tooled pour spout, applied crimped foot and applied solid glass handle with rigaree, pontil scar, creamer measures 4 ¾"H and 6 3/8"H with ball, mint. American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 6577

MINIATURE AQUAMARINE WITCH BALL AND STAND C. 1840

SOLD!

MINIATURE BALL AND STAND, aquamarine, pontil scar, 3 1/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, unique. Ex. Corning Museum of Glass.

6146

AQUAMARINE BLOWN GLASS CREAMER WITH THREADED NECK

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BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, greenish aquamarine, cylindrical with gradually sloping shoulders, applied solid glass handle with trailed rigaree and applied neck rings, pontil scar, 3 3/16"H, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 6280

OUTSTANDING DEEP COBALT BLUE PITTSBURGH BOWL

SOLD!

DEEP BOWL, deep cobalt blue with violet highlights, dip molded cylinder with gently flaring sides, pontil scar, 3 ¾"H x 9 ½"D, folded and tooled mouth simulating beading or threading, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh Glass Works, 1830-1850, rare.

 6597

GOLDEN YELLOW AMBER MIDWESTERN PAN

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FREEBLOWN PAN OR BOWL, golden yellow amber, pontil scar, 2 3/8"H x 7 5/8"D, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

6144

GUTSY NEW YORK STATE FOOTED PITCHER

SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with bulbous body and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, a mint pitcher exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, blown at a New York State or New Hampshire Glass House, 1830-1850.

 6239

GORGEOUS NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, deep bluish aquamarine window glass, tubular pontil scar, 6 ¾"H x 12 ¼"D, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass Works, 1840-1860.

 6188

OVERSIZED EMERALD GREEN CONGRESSVILLE, NY HAT

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BLOWN GLASS HAT WHIMSEY, deep "Congressville" green, cylindrical, pontil scar, 5 ¼" at the widest point, tooled rim, mint. American, probably blown at the Congressville Glass Works, Saratoga, New York, C. 1870, rare.

 6335

THE "BEST" OVERSIZED MIDWESTERN PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE

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PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, light, bright golden yellow with an olive cast, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 9"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size and color.

6183

STUNNING PURPLE AMETHYST KEENE SALT CELLAR

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FREEBLOWN SALT CELLAR, purple amethyst, ogee shaped bowl and domed foot drawn from a single gather, 2 11/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow ¼" flake on foot and some exterior wear). New England, probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, extremely rare.

 6142

MINIATURE AQUAMARINE BLOWN GLASS TOY CREAMER

SOLD!

MINIATURE BLOWN GLASS CREAMER, bluish aquamarine, cylindrical with high shoulders, abbreviated neck and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 2 3/16"H, sheared and fire polished rim with tooled pour spout, as manufactured with a well disguised flaw behind the lower handle attachment. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840, rare.

JNH14

SPECTACULAR GV-6 BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER - BEST FORM!

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BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER, (McK# GV-7), clear flint glass, body formed from a quart-sized decanter mold, hand tooled pour spout, applied hollow handle with fancy terminal, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, tooled rim, a mint pitcher with a manufacturer's pontil bruise that does not detract. American, possibly blown at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, MA, 1820-1840, rare. Ex. Frank Jedlicka Collection.

JNH15

UNIQUE GII-25 BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER - EX. McKEARIN

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BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER, (McK# GII-25), clear flint or soda lime glass, body formed from a quart-sized decanter mold, hand tooled pour spout, applied solid glass handle with medial rib, pontil scar, 5 3/4"H, tooled rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840, extremely rare, probably unique. Ex. George McKearin Collection, ex. Wayne Ayers Collection, ex. Charles G. Moore Collection.

 6005

GUTSY NEW YORK STATE DEEP BOWL - UNUSUAL SIZE!

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, brilliant aquamarine, cylindrical, tubular pontil scar, 5 1/16"H and 6 ¾"D at the widest point, outwardly folded rim, bean sized open bubble on the rim. American, probably blown at a Western New York State Glass Works, 1830-1850, unusual size.

 6041

BOTTLE GLASS NEW YORK STATE CREAMER

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FREEBLOWN CREAMER, greenish aquamarine, bulbous body with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 4 1/16"H, sheared and fire polished rim with pour spout, a mint creamer exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at New York State Glass House, 1830-1850.

 5812

BRIGHT YELLOW GREEN 4 3/4"D WITCHBALL - EX. HECKLER

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I WITCH BALL, bright yellow green, pontil scar, 4 ¾"D, a mint ball with some interior residue that would wash with soap and water. American, probably blown at a South Jersey Glass House, 1860-1880, ex. Norman C. Heckler Sr. collection.

 6145

BRIGHT AMBER NEW JERSEY GLOWN GLASS PITCHER WITH THUMB REST

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BLOWN GLASS PITCHER, brilliant orange amber, cylindrical with stove-pipe neck, simulated threading and applied solid glass handle with thumb rest, pontil scar, 6 ¼"H, sheared and tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. American, probably blown at a New Jersey Glass House, possibly the work of Joel Duffield, C.1840, rare.

 5358

MINIATURE SOUTH JERSEY AQUAMARINE HAT WHIMSEY

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MINIATURE HAT WHIMSEY, aquamarine, pontil scar, 1 5/8"H, folded rim, a mint hat with some exterior "bloom" that resulted from the manufacturing process. American, probably blown at a South Jersey Glass House, C. 1850.

 5833

FREEBLOWN STODDARD, NH DEEP BOWL - DEEP ORANGE AMBER

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FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, deep orange amber, dip molded cylinder, tubular pontil scar, 2 ¾"H x 4 5/8"D, mint. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1850.

 5675

RARE PITTSBURGH, PA PILLAR MOLDED PITCHER

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PATTERN MOLDED PITCHER, clear flint glass, 8 ribs swirled to the right, pear-shaped body with applied circular foot and applied solid glass handle, polished pontil scar, 8 ¾"H, tooled mouth with exaggerated pour spout, a crack across the base of the handle is most likely a manufacturer's flaw. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1840-1860, rare.

 4079

NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL - 1830-1850

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FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, deep aquamarine, cylindrical, pontil scar, 8 ½"H and 8 ¼"D, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl with a shallow 1/8" flake stemming from an open bubble on the rim that is undoubtedly a manufacturer's flaw. Blown at a New York State Glass House, 1830-1850.

0011

GII-18 BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER BEST FORM

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SMALL BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER, (McK# GII-18), clear with a bluish cast, globular body with tooled pour spout and an applied ribbed hollow handle, pontil scar, 5"H, sheared and fire polished rim, mint. American, 1820-1840, ex. David Ellis Collection.

 5838

FREEBLOWN OHIO CREAMER WITH HOLLOW HANDLE AND NECK THREADING

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN CREAMER, clear, bulbous body with applied hollow glass handle and applied threading around the neck, pontil scar, 5"H, about mint (missing the very tip of the rigaree). Probably blown at an Ohio Glass House, 1820-1840.

 5671

MINT AQUAMARINE BLOWN FOOTED DRINKING VESSEL- EX. WETTLAUFFER

SOLD!

DRINKING VESSEL, aquamarine, conical bowl with applied circular foot, pontil scar, 4 ¾"H, sheared and tooled rim, mint. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840. ex. Crawford Wettlauffer Collection.

 6749

UNIQUE BOTTLE GLASS SOUTH JERSEY TUMBLER EX. MCKEARIN

SOLD!

DIP MOLDED TUMBLER, golden amber, ten-sided, pontil scar, 3 3/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a South Jersey Glass House, C. 1840. Ex. Collections of George McKearin and Dr. Gary Johnson.

6460 

FREEBLOWN CLOCHE OR FOOD DOME - WESTERN NEW YORK STATE

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FREEBLOWN CLOCHE OR DOME, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with drawn finial, pontil scar, 7 ½"H x 7 1/8"D, folded rim, a mint object exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a Western new York State Glass House, C. 1850, rare.

 5745

CLEAR FLINT GLASS 8"D CUT AND ENGRAVED FOOTED BOWL

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CUT AND ENGRAVED FOOTED BOWL, clear flint glass, circular bowl with applied circular foot, polished pontil scar, 4 ¼"H x 8"D, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, 1820-1840.

 SP37

MEDIUM TO DEEP GREEN 10 1/2"D FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL - NEW GENEVA

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, medium to deep green, cylindrical, huge tubular pontil scar, 6 1/4"H x 10 1/2"D, outwardly folded collar, manufacturer's pontil crack and several open surface blisters on the base. American, possibly blown at the New Geneva Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1800-1840.

 5664

MINIATURE HANDLED AQUAMARINE JUG WITH CRIMPED FOOT - SOUTH JERSEY

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MINIATURE HANDLED JUG, aquamarine, globular with applied solid glass handle and applied crimped foot, pontil scar, 3 1/8"H, about mint (missing handle curl). American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, 1830-1860.

 5889

ZANESVILLE, OHIO 24 RIB GLOBULAR BOTTLE - RARE COLOR!

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PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, yellow with an olive tone, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 8 ½"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare color.

 JNH2

FREEBLOWN STODDARD, NH HAT WHIMSEY - EX. LANE AND DOUGLAS

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FREEBLOWN HAT WHIMSEY, golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, 2 ¼"H and 3 5/8" at widest point, tooled rim, mint. New England, almost certainly blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, 1842-1860, ex. Lyman and Sally Lane, ex. Woody Douglas.

 JNH1

FREEBLOWN NEW YORK STATE PAN OR SHALLOW BOWL - MINT

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FREEBLOWN PAN OR SHALLOW BOWL, deep aquamarine, pontil scar, 2 ¼"H and 7 3/8"D, outwardly folded rim, mint. American, probably blown at a New York State Glass House, 1830-1850.

 5426

MINT PILLAR MOLDED PITTSBURGH, PA "RIVERBOAT" PITCHER

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PILLAR MOLDED PITCHER, clear flint glass, applied solid glass handle, ground pontil scar, 8" H, hand-tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840, scarce.

 5741

FREEBLOWN AQUAMARINE BOWL WITH FOLDED RIM- MIDWESTERN

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FREEBLOWN BOWL, aquamarine, pontil scar, 3 3/4"H x 12"D, outwardly folded rim, about mint (Overall usage wear and several pinhead-sized body flakes). American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1810-1840.

 5772

PITTSBURGH DISTRICT FOOTED BOWL - DEEP AQUAMARINE

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FOOTED BOWL, deep aquamarine, pontil scar, 3 ½"H and 6 ¼"D, outwardly folded rim, as blown with a potstone bruise at the edge of the applied foot. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1850.

 5286

BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE FREEBLOWN HAT WHIMSEY - POSSIBLE LAKE DUNMORE, VT

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FREEBLOWN HAT WHIMSEY, brilliant bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, 1 7/16"H, tooled rim, mint. New England, quite possibly blown at the Lake Dunmore Glass Works, Salisbury, VT, C. 1840. Ex. Matt King Collection.

 5420

PITTSBURGH PATTERN MOLDED HANDLED CRUET WITH ORIGINAL STOPPER - CLEAR WITH STRONG GRAYISH TINT

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PATTERN MOLDED HANDLED CRUET WITH MATCHING PATTERN MOLDED HOLLOW STOPPER, clear with strong grayish tint, 18 vertical ribs, bulbous body with applied hollow handle, pontil scar, 8" H, tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1800-1840.

 5703

MINT NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO 9 7/8"H TRUMPET VASE - PURPLE AMETHYST FLINT GLASS

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FREEBLOWN TRUMPET VASE, purple amethyst, trumpet-shaped bowl with applied circular foot, pontil scar, 9 7/8"H, sheared and tooled rim, mint. American, probably blown at the New England Glass Co., South Boston, Massachusetts, C. 1840.

 5666

RARE 10"D SOUTH JERSEY BLOWN GLASS HAT WHIMSEY - DEEP AQUAMARINE

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BLOWN GLASS HAT WHIMSEY, deep aquamarine, cylindrical with widely flaring brim, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H x 10" across brim, outwardly folded rim, about mint (minor potstone radiation in shoulder). American, probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, C. 1850, rare size.

 5429

SUPERB FREEBLOWN AQUAMARINE NEW JERSEY LILY PAD PITCHER - C. 1840

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FREEBLOWN PITCHER, aquamarine, globular body with superimposed Type 1 lily pad decoration, applied handle with heavy medial rib and applied circular foot, tubular pontil scar, 6 ¾"H, tooled mouth with pour spout, missing handle rigaree. American, probably blown at a New Jersey Glass House, C. 1840.

 5765

BRIGHT PURPLE AMETHYST FREEBLOWN CREAMER - MINT

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FREEBLOWN CREAMER, bright purple amethyst, bulbous body with drawn foot and applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 4 3/8"H, tooled rim with pour spout, mint. American or English, 1820-1840.

 5766

DEEP COBALT BLUE FREEBLOWN CREAMER WITH HOLLOW HANDLE - PITTSBURGH

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FREEBLOWN CREAMER, deep cobalt blue, bulbous body with applied hollow glass handle and applied, funnel shaped foot, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H, mint. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

 5307

GOLDEN AMBER BLOWN SOUTH JERSEY CANDLESTICK - MINT

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CANDLESTICK, golden amber, hollow foot with ball knopf and drawn socket with everted rim, pontil scar, 4 5/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Whitney Glass Works, Glassboro, NJ, C. 1870.

 5767

CLEAR FLINT GLASS HOLLOW STEM FREEBLOWN COMPOTE

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FREEBLOWN COMPOTE, clear flint glass, circular bowl with hollow stem and applied folded rim foot, pontil scar, 3 5/8"H x 6"D, a mint compote with a pinhead-sized spot of rim roughness. American, possibly blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

 5723

FREEBLOWN STODDARD, NH HAT WHIMSEY - MINT

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FREEBLOWN HAT WHIMSEY, golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, 1 5/8"H x 4 1/8" across the brim, tooled rim, mint. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1850.

 5317

GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER HAT WHIMSEY BLOWN FROM A TWO-PIECE MOLD UTILITY CYLINDER

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HAT WHIMSEY, golden olive amber, two-piece mold cylinder with manipulated wide brim, pontil scar, 1 3/8"H x 3 ½" at widest point, mint. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard Glass House, Stoddard, NH, C. 1850.

 0051

DEEP VIOLET BLUE FREEBLOWN CREAMER - PITTSBURGH, PA

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FREEBLOWN CREAMER, deep violet blue, squat body with shortened neck, tooled pour spout and applied solid handle with rigaree, pontil scar, 3 13/16"H, tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

 0049

MINT NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN BOWL - BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE

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FREEBLOWN BOWL, brilliant aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, 2 3/16"H x 5"D, crudely tooled rim, mint. American, probably blown at a New York State Glass Works, C. 1840.

 5388

MINT NEW YORK STATE 13"D FREEBLOWN BOWL - DEEP AQUAMARINE

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FREEBLOWN BOWL, deep aquamarine, pontil scar, 5"H x 13"D, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a New York State Glass House, C. 1840.

 5428

OPALESCENT ROBIN'S EGG BLUE FREEBLOWN MIDWESTERN CREAMER

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FREEBLOWN CREAMER OR SMALL PITCHER, opalescent robin's egg blue, bulbous body with applied solid handle, pontil scar, 4 1/4" H, tooled mouth with pour spout, about mint (crack across lower handle terminal that does not extend into the body). American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, C. 1840.

 5251

COBALT BLUE PITTSBURGH, PA PATTERN MOLDED SALT CELLAR - 26 RIBS SWIRLED TO THE RIGHT

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PATTERN MOLDED SALT CELLER, cobalt blue, 26 ribs swirled slightly to the right, ogee shaped bowl with drawn stem and applied foot, pontil scar, 3 1/6"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

 5338

GREENISH AQUAMARINE BLOWN GLASS BOWL WITH APPLIED CIRCULAR FOOT - MINT

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BLOWN GLASS BOWL WITH APPLIED CIRCULAR FOOT, greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, 4"H, inwardly rolled rim, mint. American, probably blown at an Ohio Glass Works, 1820-1840.

 4608

RARE FREEBLOWN FLINT GLASS PITCHER WITH HAND-TOOLED SWAGS - MINT

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FREEBLOWN PITCHER WITH HAND-TOOLED DECORATIVE SWAGS, clear flint glass, applied solid glass foot and ear-shaped handle, polished pontil scar, 9 ¼" H, hand-tooled mouth with exaggerated pour spout, a mint pitcher with some manufacturer's tooling marks on the body. American, probably blown at a Philadelphia Glass House, 1820-1840, rare.

 4734

GOLDEN AMBER FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR - EX. CORNING MUSEUM

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FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR, golden amber, globular body with constricted neck and everted/expanded mouth, tubular pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, a mint jar exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Probably blown at a New Jersey Glass Works, 1840-1860, deaccessioned by the Corning Museum of Glass.

 4733

SUPERB AQUAMARINE FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR

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FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR, aquamarine, cylindrical, pontil scar, 8 7/8"H x 6"D, outwardly rolled mouth, a mint jar exhibiting the expected light usage wear. American, 1840-1860.

 4284

NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL - C. 1840

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FREEBLOWN DEEP BOWL, aquamarine, cylindrical, tubular pontil scar, 5 3/4"H x 6 ¾" at the widest point, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. Probably blown at a New York State Glass Works, 1840-1860, deaccessioned by the Corning Museum of Glass.

 3826

SUPERIOR NEW JERSEY WITCH BALL - CLEAR WITH OPALESCENT WHITE LOOPINGS

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FREEBLOWN WITCHBALL, clear with opalescent white loopings, spherical, pontil scar, 4"D, a mint ball exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Probably blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, 1860-1880.

 3820

SUPERIOR AMETHYSTINE VERTICALLY RIBBED CRUET - PITTSBURGH, PA

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PATTERN MOLDED HANDLED CRUET, amethystine, 20 vertical ribs, bulbous body with applied hollow handle, pontil scar, 7 ¼" H, tooled mouth with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1800-1840.

 3809

RARE OLIVE GREEN CREAMER WITH OPALESCENT WHITE LOOPINGS
 SOLD!

BLOWN GLASS CREAMER WITH APPLIED HANDLE, olive green with opalescent white loopings, pontil scar, 3 1/4"H, tooled mouth with pour spout and applied glass threading, about mint (a tiny 1/8" annealing line in the body is a manufacturer's flaw). Probably blown at an English Glass House, 1800-1840, rare.

 3258

SCARCE MINT WHALE OIL LAMP

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WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK Plate 189, # 1), clear, saucer shaped font with applied knop stem and a circular foot, pontil scar, 3 1/4"H, tooled mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 3472

SCARCE FORM WHALE OIL LAMP WITH DRAWN FOOT AND APPLIED HANDLE

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WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK & Wilson Plate#189, No. 11), clear flint glass, blown saucer shaped font with drawn foot and applied handle, pontil scar, 3"H, tooled rim, mint. American, C. 1840, scarce form.

 3465

MINT SAUCER-SHAPED WHALE OIL LAMP

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WHALE OIL LAMP, (similar to McK Plate 189, # 1), clear, saucer shaped font with applied knop stem and a circular foot, pontil scar, 3 3/4"H, tooled mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 3492

LOT OF THREE GRADUATED STORAGE JARS WITH DOMED LIDS

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LOT OF THREE GRADUATED COVERED STORAGE JARS, clear, cylindrical with domed lids, pontil scars, 14"H x 8"D, 11 ½"H x 6"D, 9"H x 4 ½"D, sheared and fire polished rims; the two smaller jars are mint, the larger jar is near mint with a small, shallow flake on the rim of the domed lid. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1830-1870.

3702

NEW YORK STATE FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR - MINT

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FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR, aquamarine, cylindrical, tubular pontil scar, 7 7/8"H x 5 ½"D, delicately flared mouth, a mint jar exhibiting the expected light usage wear. American, 1830-1850.

3626

MIDWESTERN FREEBLOWN AQUAMARINE STORAGE JAR

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FREEBLOWN STORAGE JAR, aquamarine, cylindrical, pontil scar, 9 3/4"H x 4 ½"D, delicately flared mouth, a mint jar exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 3446

MINT AQUAMARINE FREEBLOWN BOWL

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FREEBLOWN BOWL, aquamarine, pontil scar, 4 5/8"H x 8 7/8"D, outwardly folded rim, a mint bowl exhibiting the expected usage wear. An American bowl probably blown at a window glass factory, 1830-1850.

 3487

DEEP COBALT BLUE FREEBLOWN WITCH BALL

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FREEBLOWN WITCH BALL, deep cobalt blue, spherical, pontil scar, 6"D, mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District or New Jersey Glass Works, C. 1850.

 3620

MANTUA, OH GLOBULAR BOTTLE - SUPER FORM

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FREEBLOWN GLOBULAR BOTTLE, greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, 8 1/2"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Mantua Glass Works, Mantua, OH, 1822-1829.

 3388

RARE PITTSBURGH PATTERN MOLDED PITCHER WITH HOLLOW HANDLE

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PATTERN MOLDED PITCHER WITH APPLIED HOLLOW HANDLE, clear, 20 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/8"H, tooled rim with pour spout, about mint (very difficult to locate flash behind lower handle attachment). Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, rare.

 2998

RARE FREEBLOWN AQUAMARINE FLUID LAMP - MINT

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FREEBLOWN FLUID LAMP, aquamarine, bell formed with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 6"H x 3 1/4"D, sheared mouth fitted with period brass collar and a twin fluid burner, mint. American, probably blown at a New Jersey or New York State Glass Works, C. 1850, rare.

 2366

EXTREMELY RARE MIDWESTERN BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER - MINT

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BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER, (unrecorded mold similar to McK#GII-33), clear, globular with applied semi-ear shaped handle, pontil scar, 5 1/2"H blown in a quart sized decanter mold, sheared and tooled rim with pour spout, mint. Blown at a Midwestern (probably Mantua, Ohio) Glass Works, 1820-1840, extremely rare pattern, exceptional form.

 3173

EXCEPTIONAL AMETHSYTINE PITTSBURGH CRUET

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PATTERN MOLDED CRUET WITH APPLIED HOLLOW GLASS HANDLE, (similar to Innes Plate 167), amethystine, 20 vertical ribs, pontil scar, 7 1/4"H, sheared and tooled mouth with exaggerated pour spout, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, scarce.

JNH10

YELLOW FREEBLOWN CONNECTICUT GLOBULAR BOTTLE - MINT

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FREEBLOWN GLOBULAR BOTTLE, clear, brilliant straw yellow, tubular pontil scar, 11 5/8"H x 9"D at widest point, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with an open interior bubble that retains some contents residue. Probably blown at an early Connecticut Glass Works, 1783-1830.

 2223

MINT NAILSEA-TYPE WITCH BALL - OPALESCENT MILK GLASS LOOPINGS

SOLD!

NAILSEA-TYPE WITCH BALL, clear with opalescent milk glass loopings, spherical, pontil scar, 5"D, a mint ball exhibiting some light exterior wear. Probably American, 1850-1870.

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