EAPG - Early American Pattern Glass

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Antique American Footed Cake Plate or Cake Stand dates from American Press, Vintage Cake Stands, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Cake Plates, Different Patterns, Antique Items, Dates

Antique American Footed Cake Plate or Cake Stand dates from | Etsy

This beautiful antique footed cake plate, or cake stand, features a summery pattern featuring bunches of grapes on the vine. The pattern is on both the plate and the stand and the rim of the plate is also decorated with small glass beads. It is an excellent example of early American pressed glass (EAPG). Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families who could not afford much more expensive…

Antique American Footed Cake Plate or Cake Stand dates from American Press, Vintage Cake Stands, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Cake Plates, Different Patterns, Antique Items, Dates

Antique American Footed Cake Plate or Cake Stand dates from | Etsy

This beautiful antique footed cake plate, or cake stand, features a summery pattern featuring bunches of grapes on the vine. The pattern is on both the plate and the stand and the rim of the plate is also decorated with small glass beads. It is an excellent example of early American pressed glass (EAPG). Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families who could not afford much more expensive…

Antique American Glass Compote - 'Shoshone' Pattern EAPG, 1896 by LewisandHarris on Etsy Glass Company, Early American, Different Patterns, Small Flowers, Antique Items, Antiques, Etsy, Antiquities, Antique

Antique EAPG Footed Bowl US Glass Co. No. 15046 | Etsy

This beautiful antique footed bowl or low compote is an excellent example of Early American Pattern Glass. Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families who could not afford much more expensive brilliant cut glassware and crystalware. Manufacturers produced whole tableware sets in matching patterns, and competed to produce the most desirable and popular designs to entice customers to buy…

Antique Glass Serving Bowl - 'Bellaire' Pattern EAPG by LewisandHarris on Etsy Antique Glass, Antique Items, Perfectly Clear, Glass Serving Bowls, Imperial Glass, Glass Company, Glass Texture, Early American, Different Patterns

Antique EAPG Bowl Imperial Glass Co. No. 505 | Etsy

This beautiful and intricately designed antique glass bowl is a beautiful example of early American pattern glass (EAPG). The exquisitely detailed pattern features hobstars of various sizes and styles within panels and curved arches, and it has been pressed into the exterior of the bowl to give a heavily textured and tactile feel. The bowl has a scalloped design and the edges have a smoothed off sawtooth shape. Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until…

Antique American Glass Compote - 'Flower and Diamond' Pattern EAPG, US Glass Company 1915 by LewisandHarris on Etsy American Press, Perfectly Clear, Unique Names, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Different Patterns, Antique Items, Diamond Pattern

Antique EAPG Compote US Glass Co. No. 15147 'Flower and | Etsy

This beautiful antique compote features a intricate pattern of diamonds and flowers and has a distinctive large hobstar base. It is solid and sturdy and the patterns have been pressed deeply into the glass to give the compote a heavily textured feel. It is an excellent example of early American pressed glass (EAPG). Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families and was made to be both sturdy…

Antique Covered Butter Dish - 'Wheat Sheaf' Pattern EAPG by LewisandHarris on Etsy American Press, Perfectly Clear, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Different Patterns, Antique Items, Butter Dish, Antiques

Antique American Covered Butter Dish 'Wheat Sheaf' | Etsy

This beautiful antique covered butter dish features a intricate and highly detailed pattern of overlapping rings, stars and hobstars. It is solid and sturdy and the patterns have been pressed deeply into the glass to give the dish a heavily textured feel. It is an excellent example of early American pressed glass (EAPG). Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families who could not afford much…

Antique American Glass Bowl - 'Bullseye & Fan' Pattern EAPG, 1905 by LewisandHarris on Etsy Perfectly Clear, Glass Company, Early American, Different Patterns, Antique Items, Fan, Antiques, Stuff To Buy, Etsy

Antique EAPG Bowl US Glass Co. No. 15090 'Bullseye & | Etsy

This beautiful antique scallop-edged bowl is an excellent example of Early American Pattern Glass. Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the 1850s until around 1915. It was intended for everyday use by ordinary families who could not afford much more expensive brilliant cut glassware and crystalware. Manufacturers produced whole tableware sets in matching patterns, and competed to produce the most desirable and popular designs to entice customers to buy their…

Antique Glass Pitcher Jug - 'Star and File' Pattern EAPG, by LewisandHarris on Etsy Antique Glass, Antique Items, Imperial Glass, Glass Pitchers, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Different Patterns, 1920s

Antique American 2-Pint Pitcher Imperial Glass Company | Etsy

This beautiful and intricately designed antique glass pitcher is a classic example of American pressed glass. The highly detailed pattern features rayed stars or sunbursts, complex hobstars, and hobnails, which give the pitcher a heavily textured and tactile feel. Although produced around 1920, five years after the 1915 date that is commonly considered the end of the early American pattern glass (EAPG) period - in style, production and appearance it is one of those outliers that show that…

Antique Bowl - 'Sunshine' Pattern EAPG, U.S. Glass Company, USA 1908 by LewisandHarris on Etsy American Press, Glass Company, Pressed Glass, Early American, Gold Paint, Different Patterns, Painting Patterns, Antique Items, Berries

Antique EAPG Berry Bowl US Glass Co. No. 15110 | Etsy

This beautiful small antique bowl features a intricate and highly detailed pattern featuring a repeating motif of a rising sun. It is solid and sturdy and the patterns have been pressed deeply into the glass to give the dish a heavily textured feel. It originally had parts of the pattern painted in gold, however this has partially worn off over the years. It is an excellent example of early American pressed glass (EAPG). Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was produced in America from the…

Antique American Glass Compote Dish, 'Stars and Bullseye' Pattern EAPG by LewisandHarris on Etsy Early American, Dish, Stars, Antiques, Unique Jewelry, Handmade Gifts, Pattern, Vintage, Home Decor

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Antique American Glass Bowl - 'Star and File' Imperial Glass, 1920 by LewisandHarris on Etsy Antique Glass, Antique Items, Imperial Glass, Sunflower Pattern, Glass Company, Glass Texture, Pressed Glass, Crystal Jewelry, Decorative Bowls

Antique American Bowl - Imperial Glass Co. No. 612 'Star and File' ca. 1920

This beautiful and intricately designed antique glass bowl is a classic example of American pressed glass. The highly detailed pattern features rayed stars or sunbursts, complex hobstars, and hobnails, which give the bowl a heavily textured and tactile feel. Although produced around 1920, five years after the 1915 date that is commonly considered the end of the early American pattern glass (EAPG) period - in style, production and appearance it is one of those outliers that show that the end…

Antique American Glass Compote Dish, 'Stars and Bullseye' Pattern EAPG by LewisandHarris on Etsy Early American, Dish, Stars, Antiques, Unique Jewelry, Handmade Gifts, Pattern, Vintage, Antiquities

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