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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item okcc: Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Atterbury Mug
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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Atterbury Mug


Drinkware
Size: Height: 3 15/16"; Base Width: 2 15/16"; Lip Width: 3 1/4" At Memory Lane, I offer this very dark blue or turquoise milk glass mug for you.

This is an old antique Victorian Era opaque blue milk glass mug. It is an Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) made between 1870 and 1880 by the Atterbury Company. It is turquoise in color and of a custard type of glass. The decoration on the outside is often referred to as Ceres, Cameo, Profile and Sprig, Beaded Medallion, or Goddess of Liberty. Medallion was the original name given to it by the Atterbury makers. There are quite a few air bubbles throughout this heavy child’s cup.
Material Blue milk glass
Maker: Attterbury
When created 1870 – 1880 +/-
Color Opaque Turquoise
Length/height 3 5/16 " +/-
Mouth Width 3 1/4" +/-
Base Width 2 15/16" +/-
Condition Good. There is a crack that has been there for quite some time. It goes from one side down the bottom of the cup and then up the other side. There are no repairs – not even to the crack.

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Antique Opaque Lavender Milk Glass Dresser Bottle


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter Height: 8 1/4"; Stopper Length: 2 1/2" At Memory Lane, I present to you this very rare opaque purple or lavender milk glass cologne or scent bottle. It is one of three that I have. I would really like it to go to someone that will absolutely adore it, as much as I have. This is a heavy bottle. The pattern is called Bow and Drape.

The replaced stopper is of solid amethyst glass.



The measurements are approximate.

Material: Milk Glass (& Glass for Stopper)
Color: Lavender, Opaque Purple, or Lilac (& clear Amethyst for the Stopper)
Pattern: Bow and Drape
Decanter Height/Length: 8 ¼"
Belly Width: 6"
Base Width Foot to Foot: 5"
Rim Width: 1 ¾"
Stopper Length: 2 1/2"
Maker: Unknown.
When created: 1885 - 1910s +/-
Bottom Marks: None
Glass Condition on Both Pieces: Excellent Antique Condition
- Paint Condition on Bottle: Poor as a lot of the cold applied paint (that is, paint that was not fired once applied) is no longer present. -

You are purchasing this bottle with the replaced stopper.


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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item pegb: Antique Lavender Milk Glass Gillinder Decanter
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Antique Lavender Milk Glass Gillinder Decanter


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter Height: 6 1/4"; Stopper Length: 4 1/2" At Memory Lane, I present to you this very rare lavender milk glass cologne, vanity, dresser, or barber bottle. It is the color that makes this decanter rare. It is one of three antique purple decanters that I have. I would really like it to go to someone that will absolutely adore it. The bottle and stopper are an opaque purple color.



The measurements are approximate.

Material: Milk Glass
Color: Lavender, Opaque Purple, or Lilac
Decanter Height/Length: 6 1/4"
Belly Width: 5 ¼"
Base Width: 2 5/8"
Rim Width: 1 ¾"
Stopper Length: 4 1/2"

Maker: Gillinder and Sons
When created: 1903 - 1907 +/-
Bottom Marks: None
Decanter and Stopper Glass Condition: Excellent Antique Condition

- Paint Condition on Bottle and Stopper: Poor. Most of it is gone. -


Re: Crockery and Glass Journal - 1903 thru 1907; and Crockery and Glass Journal in 1905


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Old Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Canton Gothic Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 9 1/4" Wide At Memory Lane, I present this blue turquoise milk glass plate for your consideration. This is an old Victorian (EAPG) plate. The lacy edge is called "Gothic"; the plate has swirls of slag on it and remnants of cold applied gold paint. It was created between 1883 and 1903.


Material: Blue Turquoise Milk Glass

Width: 9.25 inches

Maker: Canton Glass Company

When Created: 1883 – 1903

Condition: Good. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. There are, however, some minor scratches. There are also dull spots on the front of the plate. I really do not know what to call them…but they are dull spots. The spots are located on the surface of the plate (the center), not on the border. There are none of these dull spots on the rear of the plate.

Description Notes:
1. Slight slag and swirls on front and back.
2. Remnants of cold applied gold paint around the gothic rim.
3. Almost two tone appearance where bottom was attached to top of plate. This shows on both the front and rear of the plate.

Re: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, Plate 20 [in white]






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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item okbc: Antique Blue Milk Glass Challinor & Taylor Plate
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Antique Blue Milk Glass Challinor & Taylor Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 8" Wide At Memory Lane, I have this little piece of history for your consideration.

This blue milk glass plate, which was made probably between 1885 and 1910, by Challinor and Taylor has a lace edge, which is known as an Arch Border and also known as scroll edge, scalloped rim, scalloped scroll rim, stained glass, reticulated, open work, lacy, etc. There is much slag to this plate, both on the front and on the back. This lacy plate is quite decorative and is considered EAPG. The gray that you see on the front and the back is slag.
Material: Milk Glass
Color: Blue
width: 8" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 – 1910 +/-
Maker: Challinor Taylor
Where: Tarentum, PA
Markings on Bottom of Glass: None
Condition: Excellent – as it was formed. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs. There are, however, some of the pressure cracks that were formed when the plate was removed from the kiln – the glass may still have been in a somewhat molten state.
Re: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, Plate 1

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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Dithridge Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 8 3/8" Wide At Memory Lane, I have this wonderful turquoise blue milk glass plate to offer you.

This is an antique, Victorian Era, EAPG made by the Dithridge and Company at the Fort Pitt Glass Works in Pittsburgh, PA. It was probably made between 1873 and 1890. It was listed in the Crocker and Glass Journal on Aug 16, 1900, but it must have been made between 73 and 90 because it also states that it was made at the Ft Pitt Glass Works. As far as I know, that was only in operation between 73 and 90. The pattern is referred to as Deep Notched Block Border or Open Lace Edge. The plate has slag swirl to it.
Material: Blue Turquoise Milk Glass
Width: 8.25 inches (actually 8 3/8)
Maker: Dithridge
When Created: 1873 – 1890 +/-
Condition: Good. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. There are, however, some minor scratches on the front and one small dull spot.
Description Notes:
1. Slight slag and swirls on front and back.
2. Deeply recessed.
3. There is a very light blue spot that goes from front to back near the open lace rim. It is in the fold of the recess. It is part of the slag make up. It is not a defect.


Re: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, plate 7 [in white]


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Antique Dithridge Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 8 3/8" Wide At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass that I would like to share with you.

This is an antique, Victorian Era, Early American Pressed Glass/EAPG plate probably made by the Dithridge and Company at the Fort Pitt Glass Works in Pittsburgh, PA. It was probably made between 1873 and 1890. It was listed in the Crocker and Glass Journal on Aug 16, 1900, but it must have been made between 73 and 90 because it also states that it was made at the Ft Pitt Glass Works. As far as I know, that was only in operation between 73 and 90. The edge is called Deep Notched Block Border. The center has a hand painted flower center.

Material: Blue Milk Glass (Turquoise)
Width: 8.25 inches (actually 8 3/8)
Assumed Maker: Dithridge
When Created: 1873 – 1890 +/-
Glass Condition: Good. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. There are, however, some minor scratches on the front.
Paint Condition: Very Good. Most of the paint is still present on the border. On the plate front, some of the paint has disappeared on the leaves. There are a couple of paint smudges on the front – near the rim. The paint is in much better condition than most plates of this era that were "cold painted".
Description Notes:
1. Very slight swirls on front and back. There is not much deviation in color due to slag presence.
2. Deeply recessed.

Re: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, plate 7 [in white and unpainted]


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Vintage Milk Glass Fostoria Dresser Vanity Tray


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 11 1/2" Long x 7 3/4" Wide At Memory Lane, I have this oval milk glass vanity platter. It is in 3D; I do not really see how it could have even been used as a comb and brush tray; the decoration is just so pronounced. It was created by Fostoria in the 1960s. It is quite heavy. I have exercise weights that seem to weigh less!

Material: Vintage Milk Glass
Color: Bright White
Pattern: Jenny Lind Tray, Actress Head Tray, Roses and Poppies Raised
Length: 11 ½" +/-
Width: 7 ¾" +/-
Creation Date: 1960s +/-
Maker: Fostoria
Bottom Marks: None.
Condition: Excellent. No scratches, breaks, cracks, or hairline fractures.

Re: Collector’s Ency of Milk Glass; NewBound; 1995; Pg 29, Plate 38

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Antique Blue Custard Westmoreland Milk Glass Stein


Drinkware
Size: Height: 4 3/4"; Base Width: 3 1/8"; Lip Width: 2 5/8" At Memory Lane, I have this custard blue milk glass stein to share. It is an opaque custard type of glass with slag.

This blue milk glass stein was created between 1910 and 1915 by Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became the Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.) This particular stein is in the Troubadour pattern and has the number three [3] on the bottom of it. It is also known as the Lover’s Pattern or the Romeo Pattern.
The stein was a packer’s item and originally had mustard in it.
The stein is smooth to the touch. I consider this antique to be in excellent condition. It is very heavy for its size.
There is much patina on the stein. I did not remove it. It is the residue from mustard.
Mouth width: 2 5/8" +/-
Base width: 3 1/8" +/-
Base Indent/Lip: 1" +/-
Height: 4 3/4" +/-
Re: Greentown Glass Steins and their Prices Booklet, Joe Beard, 2012.

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Antique Transclucent Milk Glass Chubby Rose Vase


Vases & Planters
Size: 5 1/4" Tall At Memory Lane, I have this wonderful white milk glass vase for you to consider.

This is an antique white milk glass chubby rose vase that was made between 1885 and 1910 .It has a very translucent nature to it and is very slightly tinted aqua marine green. There is no slag to it. This gaudy rose vase was created during the Victorian Era and blown. It is deeply sculptured. The milk glass is very glossy.
This vase is NOT the Imperial 181 La Bella Vase - which is taller, opaque, and created in 1950.

Material Glossy Opal Translucent milk glass with aqua marine green tint
When created 1885 - 1910 +/-
Edge Plain
Color White w tint
Length/height 5 ¼ " +/-
Mouth Width 2 5/8" +/-
Base Width 3" +/-
Belly Width 5" Very Approximate Measurement
Condition Excellent –No chips, cracks, fractures, or repairs of any kind. It is – as it was made.
Re:
…Milk Glass, NewBound, 1995, pg 156, plate 367
Imperial’s Vintage Milk Glass, Garrison, 1991, pg 84


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Antique Milk Glass Vanity Decanter w Orig Stopper


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter w Stopper Height: 10 1/4"; Bottle Height Alone: 8" At Memory Lane, I offer to you this antique milk glass vanity bottle. The pattern on the outside is a raised rose garland. This dresser, perfume, cologne, or scent decanter is often referred to as a barber bottle.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height – with the stopper: 10 1/4 " +/-
Bottle Length Alone: 8" +/-
Bottle Width – at its widest point: 6 1/2" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910 +/-
Maker: Unk
Bottom Marks: None. Just a dimple.
Bottle Glass Condition: Excellent. I did not notice any cracks, chips, fractures (to include hairline fractures) of any type. It is as it was formed.



Stopper Glass Condition: Very Good. It is what I call "choppy" on the end, but it appears to have been that way for quite some time. There are no chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or repairs anywhere else on the stopper.
Condition of Cold Applied Paint, to include Gold Paint, on the Bottle and Stopper. Poor. As you can see, much of it has worn off.




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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item okcd: Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Canton Plate
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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Canton Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 7" Wide At Memory Lane, I have this small blue milk glass plate for your consideration.

This old plate would have been hung on the wall in a decorative nature to enhance the dark surroundings of the Victorian parlor. The lacy reticulated lacy border is called club and shell or shell and fan. Please note the black slag that is on both the front and back.

Material: Blue Milk Glass

Width: 7" [actually measures club to club across as 7 1/8" and shell to shell across as 6 ¾")

Maker: Canton Glass Co

When Created: 1880s and 1890s

Glass Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind.

Description Notes:
1. Black and gray swirls of slag are present on both sides of the plate.
2. Definite two tone effect on back where the two pieces were attached.
3. Opalescent effect on most of the rim.


Re: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, Plate 25



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Antique Greentown Milk Glass. The Serenade Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 6 1/4" Wide At Memory Lane, I offer to you this small opaline dish. It is a scarce piece of Victorian wall art and is a novelty place by Indian Tumbler and Goblet Company.


Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Width: 6 ¼"
Creation Date: 1894 - 1903 +/-
Maker: Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company
Bottom Marks: None.
Glass Condition: Excellent. I did not notice any cracks, chips, fractures (to include hairline fractures) of any type. It is as it was formed.




Cold Applied Gold Paint. Poor. As you can see, much of it has worn off.




Re: Yesterday’s Milk Glass Today; Ferson; 1981; #41



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Antique Westmoreland Blue Custard Milk Glass Stein


Drinkware
Size: 4 7/8" Tall, Base Width: 3 1/8"; Lip Width: 2 5/8" At Memory Lane, I have this opaque blue milk glass stein for your consideration.

This blue milk glass stein was a packer's item that contained mustard. There is mustard residue on the piece.

This blue milk glass stein was created between 1910 and 1915 by Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became the Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.) This particular stein is in the Gnome pattern and has the number five [5] on the bottom of it.

The stein is smooth to the touch. I consider this antique to be in excellent condition. It is very heavy for its size.
There is much patina on the stein. I did not remove it. It is the residue from mustard.
Mouth width: 2 5/8" +/-
Base width: 3 1/8" +/-
Base Indent/Lip: 1" +/-
Height: 4 7/8" +/-


Re: Greentown Glass Steins and their Prices Booklet, Joe Beard, 2012.

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Antique Blue Custard Milk Glass Westmoreland Stein


Drinkware
Size: 5" Tall, Base Width: 3 1/8"; Lip Width: 2 5/8" At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass stein for your consideration.

This blue milk glass stein was created between 1910 and 1915 by Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became the Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.) This particular stein is in the Knights pattern and has the number one [1] on the bottom of it.
The stein was a packer’s item and originally had mustard in it. There is mustard residue on the piece.
The stein is smooth to the touch. That includes, what appears to be a knick on the surface of the glass. You can run your fingers over the surface of the stein, including that imperfection, and there is no indent whatsoever. That is not a knick. That imperfection was created when manufactured under the glass surface. There are minor pressure cracks – but they are very minor. I consider this antique to be in good condition. It is very heavy for its size.
There is much patina on the stein. I did not remove it. It is the residue from mustard.
Mouth width: 2 5/8" +/-
Base width: 3 1/8" +/-
Base Indent/Lip: 1" +/-
Height: 5" +/-

Re: Greentown Glass Steins and their Prices Booklet, Joe Beard, 2012.

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Antique Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Sugar


Creamers & Sugars
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 1/2", Lid Alone - 2" At Memory Lane, I have this Antique milk glass sugar bowl and lid. This Westmoreland Specialty Company covered sugar bowl was originally a small packer’s condiment container. Yes, it is Victorian; yes, it is EAPG; and yes, it is considered Greentown. It probably had mustard or in it originally. There is quite a bit of opalescence and a fiery look to the set. It is quite nice. The Westmoreland pattern is called paneled forget me not. The lid has a crown finial on top.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, Also known as Opal or Opaline
Length/Height: Together – 5" +/-; Bowl – 3 1/2" +/-; Lid – 2" +/-
Width:
Bowl Base – 3 1/4+/-, Bowl Lip – 3 1/2" +/-; Lid – 2 7/8" +/-
Creation Date: 1890 - 1910
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
Bottom Marks: None. The only marks are the swirl of the milk glass.
Pattern: Forget Me Not
Bowl and Lid Glass Condition: Excellent. There is clear glass on a spot on the lid base that may appear as if there is a chip, but there is not one. It is where the white was not perfectly mixed to make a pure white piece.



Cold Applied Gold Paint. Poor. Most of it is worn off on both pieces.







Re: Milk Glass Addenda; Warman; 3rd Ed, 1966; Plate 53, Item C

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Antique Milk Glass McKee Vanity or Barber Decanter


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter w Stopper Height: 10 1/2" At Memory Lane, I have this little piece of history to share with you.

This is a white milk glass antique bottle that was probably used during the Victorian era and placed on a dresser table. The decanter is often referred as a dresser decanter, Holland Carafe, Water Carafe, Toiletry Bottle, Barber Bottle, Cologne Bottle, or Vanity Bottle. McKee and it’s advertisers referred to it as a Holland Water Carafe. This old piece is covered with ornate decorative swirls all over it. The gold paint was cold applied and is referred to as gold gilding. This Early American Pattern Glass would look lovely on any table. It is made of blown glass. The stopper is original to the bottle and has the same design as the bottle. The white color is opaque and satiny in nature.
Material: Milk Glass
Color: white
Belly Circumference: 19" +/-
Length/Height – bottle w stopper: 10 ½" +/-
Base width: 3" +/-
Creation Date: 1899 +/-
Maker: McKee
Markings on Bottom of Glass: None
Condition: Very Good. There are no fractures, chips, cracks, or repairs on the bottle or the accompanying stopper. It is as it was formed. Much of the cold applied gold paint, the gilding, has rubbed off.

Re1: Crockery and Glass Journal, Aug 10 1899
Re2: Opaque Glass Book, Millard, 1953, plate 144.

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Antique Milk Glass Westmoreland Three Owls Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 7 1/4" Wide AtMemoryLane. At Memory Lane, I offer to you this decorative wall plate that is marked on the bottom with the patent date of 1901. It is an opaline EAPG/Greentown novelty dish with a looped border and with cold applied gold on the rim and the owls.

It does not have the Westmoreland mark on it, as Westmoreland did not start using their marks until later. This is their original plate, not a reproduction of this plate. The reproductions, which are quite nice and were also produced by Westmoreland, have no cold applied paint on them and are marked with a Westmoreland mark. I also believe they do not have the "PAT'D" mark on them. Buyer, please know what you are purchasing. If you are looking for the early plate, this is it. If you are looking for the later plate, this is not it.



Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Width: 7 ¼"
Creation Date: 1901 +/-
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
Bottom Marks: "PAT’D JULY 2, 1901"



Glass Condition: Very Good. There is ONE CHIP. It is not noticeable on the front, as it is on the back lip. There are NO chips on the front; that includes no chips on the owl noses.

Cold Applied Gold Paint. Poor. As you can see, some of it has worn off.




Re: Popular Milk Glass & Other Opaque Novelties; Congdon-Martin; 2005; Pg 139



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Antique Milk Glass Handled Candle Stick Holder


Candle Holders
Size: 3 3/8" Tall; Saucer Width: 5" At Memory Lane, I offer you this opal milk glass candle holder with a saucer and handle. There is a slag swirl (with green untertones) in the plate – which adds a bit of interest to the piece.


Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height: 3 3/8" +/-
Saucer Width: 5" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910 +/-
Maker: Unknown
Bottom Marks: The Number "41"
Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or fleabites (whatever those are).

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Westmoreland Creamer w Lid


Creamers & Sugars
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 3/8", Lid Alone - 2 1/4" At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass creamer bowl and lid. There is much marbling to the slag on these pieces. There are absolutely no cracks, chips, or other discrepancies to either piece; they are in EXCELLENT condition. They were created in the 1910s by The Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became The Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.) The creamer is known as the "swan and cattails creamer". This is much detail to both pieces.
The height of the pitcher is about 3 3/8". The oval base is, at its longest point, also about 3 3/8"; at its widest point, it is about 2 3/8".
The lid is about 2 ¼" tall. The base of the oval lid is, at its longest point, about 3 ¼"; at its widest point, it is about 2 ¼".
The height of the two together is about 5".

Re: The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Milk Glass Identification and Values, Betty and Bill NewBound, 1995, pg 135, plate 314 (in white)


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