Do you have a Liberty Bell Shaker missing it's lid? Well, here it is!
This handled lid was in a large estate lot of shakers I recently acquired. I was hoping the correct base was somewhere in the mix, but it was never found.
It measures 1 3/8 inches ..
Cute clear Depression era glass serving spoon or ladle. Use with Mayo bowls, it can also be used for whipped cream or anything else you like.
This spoon is 5 1/4 inches long. The bowl is 1 7/8 inches across and 7/8 inches tall. It is in good conditi..
Cute clear Depression era glass serving spoon or ladle. It was made to use with Mayonnaise bowls, it can also be used for whipped cream or anything else you like.
This spoon is 5 inches long. The bowl is 1 3/4 inches across and 7/8 inches tall. It i..
Early American Pattern Glass Compote or Butter Dish lid. Without the base, I really don't know which. I believe this is from McKee's Innovation Line, but have not found this pattern. It has all the characteristics of a McKee Innovation piece.
Early American Pattern Glass lid for a Compote or a Butter dish. Without the bottom in front of me, I don't know which it fits. The pattern is Bar and Swirl (aka Pressed Swirl) by Central Glass Company circa 1888.
This lid measures 7 inches wide. It is 6 ..
EAPG Butter Dish Lid only in the Beaded Swirl and Lens pattern. Maker is unknown.
This lid is 5 1/4 inches across and 4 1/4 inches to the top of the finial. It is in good overall condition with a few rim chips as shown. Please see photos.
Early American Pattern Glass Spooner in the Bekeley Pattern by Bryce Brothers (1885) and later by U.S. Glass Co. (1891). Also known as Blocked Arches.
It measures 4 1/2 inches tall and about 5 inches across the middle. It is in good condition with no crac..
Large Early American Pattern Glass Butter Dish Lid in the Paneled Dewdrop Pattern (Striped Dewdrop) by Campbell, Jones and Company, Pittsburgh, c. 1878.
This is the largest lid I have, measuring 7 1/4 inches tall and 7 1/2 inches across. It is in good co..
Barley Pattern Early American Pattern Glass Butter or Compote lid by Bryce Higbee and Co. c. 1885. aka Sprig; Indian Tree.
This lid is 6 13/16 inches wide.
Condition: There is some roughness on the inside rim of the lid and a couple of flat flakes on the u..
Sugar Bowl or Jar lid in the Cambridge Buzz Saw pattern by Cambridge Glass Co. also known as Double Star.
It measures 4 1/8 outer diameter, and 3 5/8 across the inner flange. It is in good condition. There is some very light roughness I can feel on ..
Nice Early American Pattern Glass Lid in the Brilliant Pattern by Riverside Glass Works, c. 1895. Also known as Panelled Medallion; Miami. This large lid is 7 11/16 outer diameter, 6 13/16 od of the flange.
It is in good condition with one small chip on t..
Heavy EAPG Compote Lid in the Corrigan pattern by Dazelll, Gilmore & Leighton circa 1890s.
This outer rim is 8 1/4 in diameter. 7 1/2 across the inner rim.
Condition. Good overall. There is a 9/16" chip on the inner rim. Please see photos.
Nice Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) compote or large bowl lid in the Apple Blossom pattern by Kokomo Glass Co. This was their pattern number 650.
Outer diameter is 6 1/2 inches. The flange is 6 1/8 across. It is about 3 inches tall to the top ..
Do you have a decanter or bottle missing a stopper? This may be what you are looking for.
I have many stoppers available. This is stopper #1
Plug diameter (+/- 1/8th): 3/4
Plug Height: 1 inch
Total Height: 2 3/4 inches
Condition: One small chip..
Early American Pattern Glass Jar in the Diagonal Band (aka Jewel) pattern by McKee Brothers.
I've seen these listed as a pickle castor. jam jar. relish jar or marmalade. Use it as you wish.
It measures 4 inches tall, and 3 3/8 inches acr..