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US Glass - Part 14
U.S. GLASS – Part 14
Celeste TWIST BOBECHE - 9.25 in. tall Candlesticks - U.S Glass #3168.
Called #45 JACOBEAN Style in old catalogs, these White stretch candlesticks are 9.25 in. tall.
Made by U.S. Glass. One received more iridization than the other.
TWIST BOBECHE Candlesticks: Not often seen, these are products of U.S. Glass Co. They are referred to as Jacobean Style in old catalogs. They stand 9 ¼” tall and have a 4 ¼” base.
COSMOS & CANE (ruffled) compote in Marigold.
COSMOS & CANE Compote: The dome footed, ruffled compotes are rather unusual in such a strong marigold color. U. S. Glass is noted for its honey - amber coloration. Two types of flowers and the caning design create a lovely overall pattern.
Sold for $700. by Seeck Auction - Only known purple bowl example in this pattern.
COSMOS and CANE with HEADDRESS Interior.
COSMOS & CANE Bowl/HEADDRESS Interior: Said to be the only known example in purple! Other colors known to have the Headdress interior: Honey Amber and white.
(Strange) PALM BEACH VASE - (induced purple).
PALM BEACH Vase Whimsey: Such odd-ball items as this popping out of nowhere after these many years of carnival glass existence should cause rise to “extreme speculation” on the part of collectors! So FEW of these typical white vases have surfaced over the past 40-50 years! Noting the overall damaged condition, (including a lengthwise crack on the interior), we might conclude that whoever transitioned this vase from white to purple, used the wrong approach! Call it: “a chemically deduced error of huge proportions”………….certainly not “invitingly collectible”. (The vase shape is “swung” from a tumbler.) Would you pay $550. for it? Someone did, in a Seeck Auction.
MASSACHUSETTS Juice and Shot Glasses -
U.S.Courtesy Seeck Auctions.
MASSACHUSETTS Ad - Page 144 - US Glass A to Z.
MASSACHUSETTS Shot glass and Tumbler: In clicking on - M - in our homepage alphabet, you can view the vase and creamer in this pattern—both marigold. (Do you think they were flashed?) The tumbler is 3 5/8” in height and the shot glass is 2 ½” tall.
#15054 in the U.S. Glass line, this ad appeared in the 1909 Domestic Catalogue, on page 144.
PINEAPPLE & FAN Ad-Page 143-US Glass A to Z.
PINEAPPLE & FAN Tumbler - Courtesy Seeck Auctions..
PINEAPPLE & FAN Tumbler: Click here - U.S. Glass – Part 5, where you may view several other examples in this lovely pattern.
#15041 in the U.S. Glass line, an ad showing the four piece table set appeared in the 1909 Domestic Catalogue, shown on page 143 of the A to Z Book.
MINNESOTA Toothpick - U.S. Glass
Courtesy Jerry & Carol Curtis
MINNESOTA Toothpick: Part of the State series, and quite scarce in color or “color-stained crystal.” The marigold flashed example provided by the Curtis’ would be of the after-market type of applied color. The Minnesota pattern was produced in 1898 by Factory F-Ripley & Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.
#15055 in the U.S. Glass line, the four piece table set appeared in the 1909 Domestic Catalogue, shown on page 144 of the 1978 U.S. Glass from A to Z Book by Heacock and Bickenheuser.
U.S. Glass- (TIFFIN)- #151 - Celeste or Sapphire.
Appox. 8 in. x 5 in. Courtesy Kim Chetto
TIFFIN (U.S. Glass) #151 Candlesticks: These holders were produced for more than thirty years, beginning in 1920. A couple of other colors can be seen by clicking into Candlesticks - Part 7 on the homepage.
A.J. Beatty & Co. (Tiffin, OH) - part of U.S. Glass Conglomerate
#310 Stretch - 10.25 in. diam.rolled rim console.
TIFFIN (U.S. GLASS) #310 Bowl: This lovely big bowl is also known in Pearl White.
Marigold over vaseline. BASKETWEAVE & CABLE.
BASKETWEAVE & CABLE Creamer: An extremely scarce pattern, although it was manufactured up to the ‘30s. To find one in Vaseline glass and still having a lid, makes it that much more unusual. VERY few auctions offer this pattern, but it was included in a Sept. 2011 Reichel sale. (You will find other examples of this pattern in our U.S. Glass - Part 4)
Dean & Diane Fry – 10/11
God speaks to those who are quiet before Him.
Oswald Chambers stated in My Utmost for His Highest—
“Jesus rarely comes where we expect Him:
He appears where we least expect Him,
and always in the most illogical situations.
The only way a worker can keep true to God is by
being ready for the Lord’s surprise visits.”
On any ordinary day, the Lord may have a word of encouragement,
guidance, or instruction for us, if we’re listening and ready to obey!
“I wonder what I did for God today:
How many times did I once pause and pray?
But I must find and serve Him in these ways,
For life is made of ordinary days.”— Macbeth
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