Early American Pattern Glass by Northwood Glass Co. circa 1908. Emerald Green Glass covered butter dish in the Paneled Holly Pattern with gold gild. Marked with the letter N within a circle on the inside bottom of the dish, this is an authentic marked piece. Many people collect Pattern Glass for its beauty as well as history. This glass made during the Victorian period and was not used by the wealthy, but by everyday housewives. These ladies endured war, disease, and moving out west, all during which time they had none of our modern conveniences like running water or electricity. To look at this glass, and hold this glass, gives you a true appreciation for what our nation was.. These pieces are true history and gems of remarkable beauty. Dimensions: 6" tall x 7.75" wide. Condition: Very good antique condition, chip noted to butter dish plate. There are a few bubbles and straw marks noted within the glass typical of old glass, and wear to gold gild.
Antique Covered Sugar Bowl circa 1898. This Riverside Croesus pattern was a very bold pattern in its time and had a very successful production life. This is an authentic piece... View full product details
Early American Pattern Glass, EAPG, Cherry Thumbprint Covered Butter Dish with Gold Gild. : 8" tall 6.5" in diameter Condition: Excellent antique condition. Very minimal wear to gold gild. View full product details
Antique Butter Dish made by the Consolidated Glass Co. circa 1894-1915 in the Cosmos pattern. : 6" tall x 8" wide Condition: Lines noted within glass, typical of vintage glass.... View full product details
Early American Pattern Glass by Northwood Glass Co. circa 1908. This Northwood Emerald Green Glass creamer is in the Paneled Holly Pattern with gold gild. Marked with the letter N... View full product details
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