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KNOWLES & CO. BOTTLE

KNOWLES & CO. BOTTLE

Aqua glass bottle shows an applied top and pontil scar.  Embossing reads, "KNOWLES & CO. NEW YORK". Bottle measures 4.75" tall by 1.75" in diameter at the base. No chips or cracks.… (998-1681). Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $35.00

N.L. CLARK DRUGGIST BOTTLE

N.L. CLARK DRUGGIST BOTTLE

Aqua glass bottle with paneled sides shows an applied top and open pontil scar. Embossing on front and sides reads, "N.L. CLARK & CO. / PERUVIAN / SYRUP". Bottle measures 8.5" tall by 2.5" wide.… (998-1649). Learn More »

$15.00
Originally $30.00

RIBBED GLASS GOBLET

RIBBED GLASS GOBLET

Clear glass goblet is ribbed with a scrollwork design of leaves and flowers. Measures 6” tall by 3 ¼” at the base. No cracks, just a couple of very small chips at the edge of the foot. … (998-1535). Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $35.00

FLUTED DECANTER

FLUTED DECANTER

Heavy flint glass decanter has nine flutes at the neck and eleven at the base. Shows applied top and polished pontil scar. Measures 9 ½” tall by 3 ½” at the base. No chips or cracks. … (998-1524). Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $65.00

MINERAL WATER BOTTLE BY HASSINGER & O’BRIEN

MINERAL WATER BOTTLE BY HASSINGER & O’BRIEN

Aqua glass soda bottle shows applied blob top. Embossing reads, ‘MINERAL WATER / BY / HASSINGER & O’BRIEN  / 17 & O’FALLON STS / ST. LOUIS”. Bottle measures 7 ½” tall by 2 3/4”… (998-1309). Learn More »

$65.00
Originally $120.00

CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

Amber colored bottle is in very good condition with no cracks and just one chip at the inner lip. Bubbles and irregularities are present due to the hand-blown glass process, adding to the character of… (998-1324). Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $30.00

CLAY BOTTLE

CLAY BOTTLE

Clay bottle shows variegated coloring. Lower part of bottle is lighter colored and glazed, while top of bottle is darker brown and unglazed. Measures 7 ¼” tall by 3 ¼” in circumference at the… (998-1331). Learn More »

$30.00
Originally $65.00

BOTTLE WITH SPOUT

BOTTLE WITH SPOUT

Dark amber bottle has applied top with molded spout. Bubbles and irregularities are present due to the hand blown glass process. Measures 9 ½” tall by 3 ¼” at the base. No cracks or chips. … (998-1333). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $125.00

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

Early, blown 3 mold bar/saloon decanter, circa 1820-1840.  Stands approx. 10" tall; no stopper. Base is 3 3/4" in diameter. [lcd] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (14-1450). Learn More »

$70.00
Originally $88.00

CIRCA 1860 - 1880 BAR / SALOON DECANTER

CIRCA 1860 - 1880 BAR / SALOON DECANTER

Indian War ear patterned bar decanter.  Stands 9 1/2" tall; ten-sided base [decagon] measures 3 1/2" in diameter.  No obvious cracks or chips.  Stopper missing.  Minor wear inside lip where… (14-1437). Learn More »

$56.00
Originally $70.00

GLASS DECANTER

GLASS DECANTER

Decanter has cut crystal top with fluted base and shoulder. Measures approx. 6 ½” tall by 3 ½’ wide. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (179-760). Learn More »

RARE SET OF CLAMBROTH CHILDREN’S GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR DISHES!

RARE SET OF CLAMBROTH CHILDREN’S GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR DISHES!

Purchased in the early 1960’s by a local antique dealer in Gettysburg who specializes in glassware. It is the only known complete set of Gettysburg souvenir clambroth dishes for children. This set… (M26342). Learn More »

AMBER FLASK

AMBER FLASK

Amber flask has applied top and polished pontil scar. No markings. Flask measures 7 ¾” tall by 3 ¼” wide at the base. No chips or cracks.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (998-1365). Learn More »

$40.00
ON HOLD

ASHBURTON PATTERN FLINT GLASS DECANTER

ASHBURTON PATTERN FLINT GLASS DECANTER

This heavy flint glass bar decanter dates to the 1850’s and is of the Ashburton Pattern. Quart sized. Measures 10 ½” tall x 3 ¾” in diameter at the base. Excellent condition with no chips or… (179-830). Learn More »

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN INKWELL SOUVENIR, CIRCA 1880’s

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN INKWELL SOUVENIR, CIRCA 1880’s

Base is made of burl wood from historic Lookout Mountain. Flat section of wood is etched with, “LOOKOUT MT”. Glass inkwell has a fluted design and hinged lid. Inkwell fits nicely in the wood base,… (M25759). Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $450.00
SOLD

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands, the image of two palm trees with serpents, and a turtle. Label reads, “HOJAS DE AJENJOS”. This was for ajenjos leaves, also known as wormwood.… (909-80). Learn More »

18TH CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

18TH CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

English Delft tin glazed pottery jar features a cartouche label that reads, “MEL. UIOLAT”. This would have been a honey based elixir of violet, which was used for skin infections. Jar displays… (909-68). Learn More »

DELFT FRENCH PORCELAIN DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1880

DELFT FRENCH PORCELAIN DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1880

Jar features a scene of colorful flowers and bands of gold gilt. In the center is the label, “VASELINA”. Backstamp reads, “J. FONTEMOING & L. PEIGNEY / PAUL LEFEBURE SUCCESSOR / 13 RUE DE… (909-115). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands with a floral cartouche label that reads, “CUSPARIA”. This was a medicine made from the bark of a tree in South America and was used as a… (909-82). Learn More »

18th CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

18th CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

English Delftware tin-glazed pottery jar features a blank cartouche label. Jar displays very light surface cracks and chips at the foot rim, top rim and spout, which are typical and acceptable with… (909-71). Learn More »


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VERY RARE RICHMOND CLOTHING BUREAU / RICHMOND DEPOT ARTILLERY ENLISTED MAN’S CAP

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this Confederate artilleryman’s cap is discussed and illustrated as Figures 052a-c in Fred Adophus’s excellent article: “The Quintessential Confederate Cap, Part II: Caps of the… (1179-409). Learn More »

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