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Antique Gillinder Lavender Milk Glass Decanter


Decanter
Size: Decanter & Stopper Height: 8". Decanter Height Alone: 6"; Stopper Length: 3 7/8" At Memory Lane, I present to you this very rare lavender milk glass bottle. This Gillinder opaque purple colored EAPG vanity, dresser, or barber bottle by Gillinder and Sons includes the original stopper.

The measurements are approximate.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: Lavender, Opaque Purple, or Lilac
Decanter Height/Length: 6"
Belly Width: 5 ¼"
Base Width: 2 5/8"
Rim Width: 1 ¾"
Stopper Length: 3 7/8"
Decanter and Stopper Combined Length: 8"
Maker: Gillinder and Sons
When created: 1903 - 1907 +/-
Bottom Marks: a Backwards Number "2"
Glass Condition on Both Pieces: Excellent. There are no fractures, chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or repairs. It is as it was formed. There is a slag line near the top where the molten glass appears to have had a hiccup, but it does not affect the bottle. You can just see the line when the stop had been made. It probably occurred when they had to slow down before continuing with the lip of the decanter.
Paint Condition on Bottle: Not Applicable as it does not appear that there ever was any paint applied.
Paint Condition on Stopper: Poor. Most of it has worn off.

The price is for this one bottle and the original stopper.

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



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Antique Chinese Guyue Xuan Milk Glass Snuff Bottle


Bottle
Size: Decanter & Stopper Height: 2 11/16". Decanter Height Alone: 2 3/16"; Mouth Width: 11/16" At Memory Lane, I offer to you this milk glass snuff bottle with a polychrome enameled painting of birds and fowers, a narrow mouth, and the Qianlong Mark on the bottom.
I will preface this description by saying I know absolutely nothing about snuff bottles. I acquired this snuff bottle a few months back to accentuate my Victorian Milk Glass. Since that time, I have researched online and have acquired a few books in order to educate myself about the snuff bottle. I have given you this introduction so that you will understand that I am NOT an expert. A lot of the description is purely a regurgitation of what I have attempted to learn and does not indicate, in any way, any knowledge or expertise pertaining to snuff bottles or the Chinese culture. I have attempted in this description to try to avoid stealing terminology that others might use, but still describing the "piece" to my best ability. So…please forgive me if I use the wrong terminology to describe the bottle, I will do the best that I can. I am sure that many true collectors of snuff paraphernalia will probably have a good chuckle over this description. Just bear, in mind, where it is coming from – a novice.

Material: I would call this Antique Milk Glass. But I know that those in the snuff bottle world, would not describe it as such. I believe, they would call this a milky white glass. I collect and sell Victorian Milk Glass, so I guess that is why I am inclined to call it milk glass. In fact, that is why I first acquired this bottle – to add to my Victorian milk glass collection. It is of the same era, but simply a different flavor and does not fit with my collection (which is mostly EAPG, i.e. American, with a spattering of European).

Height with Stopper: 2 11/16" +/- (just shy of 2 ¾" +/-; 68 ½ +/- mm
Height of Bottle Alone: 2 3/16" +/- (just shy of 2 ¼" +/-); 55 +/- mm
Mouth Width: 11/16" +/-; 17 +/- mm
Opening Hole Width: ¼" +/-; 6 +/- mm

Creation Date: Late 1800s to early 1900s. (I believe, this is considered the Qing Dynasty.)

Short Description: The body of the glass is hollow; the front and back pictures are different – on one side is two blue and white birds on branches with three pink and white flowers, on the other side is two yellow birds on branches with two of these same pink and white flowers; the mouth is quite narrow and the lip is straight; the base, which is just slightly recessed is marked and is sits flat on the table; the sides are decorated with three different flowery type of designs, each side is a duplicate of the other; the neck has a geometric design – almost like the Greek key pattern, the color of this geometric design is of a cinnamon bark, a red fox, a bit darker color than of a pumpkin when it has sat on the vine for far too long (Sorry, I am a gardener.), a burnt sienna, or wet brick color ; the base is marked with the four character Qianlong mark; the top of the stopper is made of some type of quartz stone; and the thin plate attached to the stopper is mother of pearl.

Other Colors – not noted elsewhere: mellow yellow on side design, light green on side design, black on mother of pearl, dark green on front and back, brown on front and back, dark blue on bottom mark, and orangey on stopper.



Condition: I would consider this to be in very good antique condition. Please be aware that the little spoon is not attached to the stopper, nor does it exist – at least, not in my world.

Pictures: I have shown you every angle of the bottle and the stopper – trying to avoid any duplication, so please view them, they are an integral part of this description.


So there you have it. I hope, I have not butchered the description, too much. My intent was to describe this little gem as best I could – with my limited knowledge. I thank you for bearing with me and making it to the end.

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Box w Lid and Welded Brass


Boxes
Size: Height of Base with Lid: 3" At Memory Lane, I present to you this blue turquoise milk glass container or round box with a basket weave lid. The box is small and would be great for trinkets and such.
This antique blue milk glass has two pieces: A lid and a bottom/base. The pair are beautiful and would look great in anyone’s collection. The set is decorated on the inside with a floral painting. It is apparent that this pair had not gotten any use or the inside painting would not be as well preserved as it is. It must have sat on someone’s top shelf for many, many years. The colors on the daisy are white and yellow. There is also green, orange, and black in the little painting. The lip edge is brass. The handles were welded onto the edging. The lip was then attached via some sort of cement – probably plaster of paris that has been around for centuries. Please note that the lip is not loose AT ALL; it is as tight as a drum. The lid – which, I believe, is original – is loose. The "marriage" was not a good one. It does sit quite comfortably on there; it does not fall thru, but it is loose. I still think it was original to the bottom, I just don’t think it fits well. On the bottom part, there is a little gold paint on the exterior.
Color: blue
When created: 1885+/- to 1910 +/-. Could be earlier. I doubt that it is later.
Who Made: Unknown. I have been researching this combo since Sep 2013 with no luck whatsoever.
Where Made: I believe, this is English or possibly French. I do not believe it is American made.
Bottom Height: 1 1/8" +/-
Bottom Height w Handle: 1 7/8" +/-
Bottom Lip Width: 3 ¼" +/-
Bottom Base Width: 2 ¾" +/-
Lid Height: 1 3/4" +/-
Lid Width: 2 7/8" +/-
Total Height – when Lid is on Bottom: 3" +/-
Marks: None
Condition: Very Good. No chips, cracks, fractures, or repairs of any kind. There is some discoloration on the brass. That is it.

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Antique 5 Pc Dithridge Opal Milk Glass Serving Set


Creamers & Sugars At Memory Lane, I have this complete milk glass set for your consideration. It is a 5 piece opaline set. There is a sugar with the lid, a butter dish with the lid, and the creamer. It was made in Fort Pitt – which is now Pittsburg. The pattern is called Astoria or Versailles.
Maker: Dithridge
Material: Milk Glass
Color: White
Pattern: Astoria or Versailles
When Made: 1900 +/-
Where Made: Pittsburg, PA (Fort Pitt)
Overall Condition: Very Good. The milk glass is in pretty good overall condition. The paint shows the normal disappearance for the age of the pieces.

Approximate Measurements Follow - -
Sugar Bowl - Height: 3 7/8"; Lip Width: 4 3/8" ; Base Width: 3 ¾"; Condition: Excellent – free of chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or any repairs
Sugar Lid – Height to the top of the finial: 2 5/8"; Base Width: 4 ¾"; Condition: Excellent – same as above
Combined sugar bowl and lid height: 6"
No bottom marks on either piece.

Creamer – Height to the pouring lip: 4 ¾"; Base Width: 3 ¼"; Lip Width End to End: 4 3/7"; Lip Width Across: 3 7/8". Condition: Very Good – It is rough around the lip – not cracked, just rough.
Mark on underside: The number 196.

Butter Dish – Height: 1.25"; Top Width rim to rim: 7 1/8"; Base Width: 3 ¾". Condition: Excellent – same as above
Butter Lid – Height to the top of the finial: 4 ½"; Base Width: 5" Condition: Good – There is a chip. It is not glaring, but it is there. It is not noticeable when the lid is turned around, but it is slightly noticeable when looking straight at it. It is not glaring, but it is there.
Marking Inside Lid: The number 198
Combined Butter Dish w Lid Height: 5 ½"
No Mark on bottom of dish.

Re1: The House Furnisher, Apr 1900
Re2: Crockery and Glass Journal, Apr 05 1900

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Antique Gillinder Opal Milk Glass Vanity Decanter


Bottles
Size: Decanter & Stopper Height: 9": Decanter Height Alone: 6 1/2" At Memory Lane, I offer to you this antique milk glass bottle. It is a roly poly decanter and quite decorative. This Victorian opal dresser, perfume, cologne or barber bottle comes with its original stopper.
Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height – with the stopper: 9" +/-
Bottle Length Alone: 6.5" +/-
Bottle Width – at its widest point: 5 1/2" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910 +/-
Maker: Possibly Gillinder
Bottom Marks: None.
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. There is a minor chip at the bottom of it, but it is not huge, sharp, or affect the way that the stopper fits onto the bottle.
Cold Applied Paint on the Bottle and Stopper. Poor. As you can see, much of it has worn off. -



At Memory Lane qaja
Our Price: $ 111.00

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Antique Milk Glass Condiment Set w Handle & Lids


Salt & Pepper Shakers
Size: Tray Height w Handle: 9"; Tray Width: 8" At Memory Lane, I present to you this hard to find MILK GLASS condiment set. This is a hard to find opaque milk glass set with a salt, pepper, mustard, and sugar jars or containers; all of which have their lids. The set in on a raised footed tray.
The sockets are 1 1/8" deep. The jars sit very well inside the platform. The containers are easily removed from the stand and can be placed on the table when in use. Three of the four containers are a match to the stand in paint coloring, hand painted flower, and shape of the bottles. There is one of the four jars that is a little different. It has the same paint coloring, but it does not have the same painted flower or shape of bottle. The triangularly shaped handle is attached via a thumbscrew. All pieces do need to be cleaned. I dusted them off, but did not clean them. Where you see the paint on the tray and on the bottles, the milk glass is satin. The rest of the milk glass has not been satinized. It is opal in its original form.
Please note that although this set has problems – which I outline further below, I feel this set is definitely in good overall condition. It is a nice EAPG Set.
Material: Milk Glass
Milk Glass Color: White
Maker: Dithridge or Eagle
When created: 1894 – 1903 +/-
Bottom Marks: None

The measurements are approximate.

SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
Salt and Pepper Height w Lids on: 4 7/8"
Salt and Pepper - Glass, Paint, and Lid Conditions: Excellent Antique Condition.

MUSTARD
Mustard Height w Lid on: 4 5/8"
Mustard – Glass, Paint, and Lid Conditions: Excellent Antique Condition.

SUGAR
Sugar Height w Lid on: 2 ¾". This is the one that was a little different. I, believe, it was a replacement. Although I have called it a sugar shaker, it really is quite small to be called that.
Sugar – Glass and Lid Conditions: Excellent Antique Condition
Sugar – Paint Condition: Poor. Although the sunrise orange effect is still present, the flower painting has pretty much been worn off.

TRAY
Tray Width: 8"
Tray Height w Handle: 9"
Tray – Glass Condition: Poor. Every one of the sockets are chipped around the edges. They are not huge chunks, but it is still chipped. There are NO chips on the bottom edge, which is amazing.
Tray – Paint Condition: Very Good: There is one spot on the rear where it is missing. Other than that the flowers are great.
Tray Metal Handle Condition: Very Good. It is slanted, but it just needs to be bent back.



Re: The Milk Glass Book, Chiaranza and Slater, 1998, Pg 46, Plate 84



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Antique Green Milk Glass Challinor & Taylor Cruet


Bottles
Size: Height: Cruet & Stopper - 5 1/4"; Cruet Alone - 3 3/4" At Memory Lane, I present to you this rare green milk glass cruet created by Challinor and Taylor between 1885 and 1893. It is a rare Victorian opaque green color made in the Tree of Life Pattern. The bottle comes with the original stopper, which is damaged.

The measurements are approximate.

Material: Milk Glass
Color: Green. This is not jadeite/jadite.
Pattern: Number 313, Tree of Life
Cruet Height/Length: 3 3/4"
Belly Width: 2 1/4"
Base Width Foot to Foot: 2"
Rim Width: 1"
Stopper Length: 2"
Cruet and Stopper Combined Length: 5 1/4"
Maker: Challinor and Taylor.
When created: 1885 - 1893
Bottom Marks: Pontle Mark
Cruet Glass Condition: Excellent – Free of any cracks, hairline fractures, chips, flea bites, or repairs. There is a slag line that is apparent throughout the cruet.
Stopper Glass Condition: Good. It is broken. It has not been repaired. It is a clean break. It does not affect how it sits in the cruet. (Please note that I would have downgraded the rating further if it affected the aesthetics or the function of the stopper or cruet.)

Re1: Tarentum Pattern Glass, Lucas, 1981; pgs 72 & 73
Re2: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953; Plate 173 - Ivy Cruet in white


At Memory Lane peha
Our Price: $ 85.00

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Dog & Cat Child’s Toy Cup


Drinkware
Size: Height: 2 3/4"; Base Width: 2 1/4"; Lip Width: 2 1/2" At Memory Lane, I offer to you this antique milk glass child’s cup. I think, it might be made by Gillinder or Atterbury, but I am not at 100% on that. It has a puppy on one side and a kitten on the other. There is much slag on this Victorian EAPG novelty cup. It also has a flower mark on the base.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: Blue w Marbling Slag to Lighter Shades
Height: 2 3/4" +/-
Base Width: 2 ¼" +/-
Lip Width: 2 1/2" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910
Maker: Unk
Bottom Mark: Flower
Condition: Excellent. As it was formed. Free of chips, cracks, hairline fractures, or repairs.






Re: Victorian Glass Novelties; Sanford; 2003; Pg 72

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Sowerby Toothpick Holder


Toothpick Holder
Size: 3" Tall, 5" Long, & 2 " Tall At Memory Lane, I have this antique blue milk glass toothpick holder for your consideration. It can also be used as a trinket, match, posey, or other novelty container.
This little basket was created about 1876 by Sowerby of Great Britain. It has the peacock mark on the bottom, is in the shape of a small hexagonal handled basket, and has a basket weave pattern.
It is approximately five inches long, two inches wide, and three inches tall.
It is in very good condition... the way it was made/manufactured. It does have some small surface bubbles – which were created when the glass was poured; and a small splinter – not a crack or split – that was created when the glass was curing. It also has slag all about it. The color is a light blue.
Re: Pg 155, Plate 363; ...Milk Glass, Newbound

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Antique Blue Milk Glass Daffodil Dresser Box w Lid


Boxes
Size: Height w Lid: 6 1/4"; Base Width: 3"; Lid Width: 3 1/2" At Memory Lane, I have for you this unique blue milk glass container.

This two piece French antique blue milk glass powder, hair, trinket, or puff box is of a turquoise opaline nature. It was probably placed on a dresser table and was used for powder or trinkets. I believe it to be French and made at the Portieux Vallerstahl glass factory. It is an old decorative piece of glassware, in the design of a lily or daffodil, made in the art nouveau style with exaggerated flowing ornamentation. There is much detail to both pieces.
Material: Milk Glass
Color: Blue Turquoise (almost translucent) with Gold cold applied gilding paint
Length/Height – when put together: 6 1/4" +/-
Total Lid Width: 3 1/2" +/-
Base Width: 3" +/-
Glass Thickness: 3/8" +/-
Time Period: 1885 – 1910 (Guesstimate)
Maker: Portieux Vallerystahl (Guesstimate)
Markings on Bottom of Glass: None
Condition: Very Good. There are no fractures, chips, cracks, or repairs. As it was formed. There is slight paint removal.


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Our Price: $ 60.00

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Antique Milk Glass Jenny Lind Vanity Decanter


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter & Stopper Height: 11". Decanter Height Alone: 8 " AtMemoryLane. At Memory Lane, I have this oval milk glass vanity, dresser, or bureau bottle. It is commonly known as the Jenny Lind bottle, but has also been identified as the President Harrison’s Wife bottle, the actress head bottle, or the lady’s bust bottle. Either way, here it is for you to call it whatever you would like. It is covered with a type of pink goofus over the entire surface. The cold applied gold paint is only applied to the bottle; there is none – nor has there ever been any – on the stopper. Please note that the stopper is damaged.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height – with the stopper: 11" +/-
Bottle Length Alone: 8" +/-
Bottle Width – at its widest point: 5" +/-
Bottle Width – front to back: 3 ¾" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910 +/-
Maker: unk
Bottom Marks: None. The bottle has a slag swirl on the bottom.
Bottle Glass Condition: Excellent. I did not notice any cracks, chips, fractures (to include hairline fractures) of any type.

- Stopper Glass Condition: Good Antique Condition. It is "busted off" at the end and is damaged, but the stopper has not been repaired and it sits on the bottle as it was intended to do.
Goofus Condition on Both Pieces: Poor. It is wearing off. The fact that it is there after all this time is remarkable, in itself.
Cold Applied Gold Paint on the Bottle (There was no gold ever applied to the stopper.): Poor. It is also wearing off – but not to the degree that the goofus is since the goofus offered a small bit of protection to the gold. Once again, I am astonished that it is still present, at all. -

Reference: Opaque Glass; Millard; 3rd Ed, 1953; Plate 141

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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Urn w Top


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Bottle w Top Height: 5 1/2"; Urn Alone: 4 3/8" At Memory Lane, I present to you this small 5.5 inch urn, decorated with a hand painted enamel design with gold gilt interlaced for effect. This is a Victorian very opaque blue turquoise decanter w top. It has a hand painted enamel floral design – accented w gold.

Material: Antique Opaque Milk Glass
Color: Turquoise Blue
Height w Lid on: 5 1/2" +/-
Height w/o the Lid: 4 3/8" +/-
Base Width: 1 3/4" +/-
Lip Width: 1 ½" +/-
Maker: Unknown
Where Made: I believe this is not American. I am inclined to think it is European. I have handled a lot of American Milk Glass and this just does not seem to feel like American. It could be Bristol (UK), but I cannot verify that.
When Created: 1910 - 1920 +/- (Educated Guess)
Mark: None.
Glass Condition: Excellent. As it was formed.
Paint Condition: Very Good. As it was painted with very little wear to the paint.


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Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Dithridge Vanity Tray


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 11 3/8" Wide At Memory Lane would like to present to you this Victorian tray.

This antique blue milk glass tray, with its fanciful scroll on the edge and its occasional powder blue slag, was used during the Victorian Era as a dresser, toiletry, or vanity table tray. It is the largest such tray I have had the opportunity to handle. It is covered with a very fanciful pattern in a novelty shape. On the ends, this pattern is extended to a type of ray pattern – that might be why the pattern is referred to as "Ray End" or "Scroll Edge". It is almost like a piece of lace was placed on top of the plate to make the pattern – very pretty and decorative. This old piece of glassware was never intended to be used as dinnerware, but rather as a toiletry item. It was created by an old glass house in Pittsburg, PA, Dithridge & Company.

Material: Blue Milk Glass
Width: 8 5/8" (at its widest point)
Length: 11 3/8" – just slightly longer and wider than a piece of 8.5x11 computer paper
Maker: Dithridge & Co
When Created: 1873 – 1900 +/-
Glass Condition: Very Good. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. Minor – very minor scratches. Paint Condition: Poor. Probably 95% of the cold applied gold paint is missing.
Description Notes:
1. Nice slag on both front and back.
2. Beautiful opalescence on the border.
3. Very heavy for its size.
Re1: Opaque Glass, Millard, 1953, Plate 64 [in white]
Re2: China, Glass, & Lamps; Sep 07 1899
Re3: Butler Bros Wholesale Catalog; Sep 1900

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Antique Westmoreland Oriental Milk Glass Tea Jar


Boxes
Size: Height: 3 3/8"; Base Width: 2 5/8"; Lip Width: 3" At Memory Lane, I have for you this square shaped milk glass jar that is sometimes referred to as the oriental tea jar, but also, as a Chinese sugar bowl. I think of it as an Asian tea jar, myself. I have NO LID for the jar and never have. I have had the container for quite some time. It is an EAPG Greentown container w an Asian boy on front and a Chinese ship on the back.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height: 3 3/8 " +/-
Base Width: 2 5/8" +/-
Lip Width: 3" +/-
Creation Date: 1885 - 1910 +/-
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
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: Popular Milk Glass and Other Opaque Novelties; Congdon-Martin; 2005; Pg 135

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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Cherub Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 9 3/16" Wide At Memory Lane, I would like to present this blue turquoise milk glass plate for your consideration.

This is a Victorian era blue milk glass plate with a lace border, probably made by Dithridge Company and in the 1880s. It has an old piece of blue ribbon attached to it. These plates were often referred to as ribbon plates because ribbon was often used to attach the plate to the wall for display. This particular plate is known as the cherub or angel head plate because of the depiction of a cherub on the lacy edge border.

Material: Blue Milk Glass
Width: 9" [actually measures 9 3/16")
When Created: 1880s
Glass Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. Very, very minor scratch on front of plate.

Description Notes:
1. Definite two tone effect on back and front where the two pieces were attached.
2. The back has more slag swirls than the front. In fact, the swirls that you see going across the back of the plate are NOT scratches – they are a lighter color of blue glass – i.e. slag.
3. The number 209 is on the back of the plate.
4. Opalescent effect on the end of the rim.

Re: Milk Glass, Belknap, 1949. Pg 11, 7f

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Antique Blue Turquoise Milk Glass Angel Head Plate


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 9 3/16" At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass plate for your consideration.

This is a Victorian era blue milk glass plate with a lace border, probably made by Dithridge Company and in the 1880s. It has an old piece of beige ribbon attached to it. These plates were often referred to as ribbon plates because ribbon was often used to attach the plate to the wall for display. The plate, itself, is referred to as the Angel Head or Cherub Plate.
Material: Blue Milk Glass
Width: 9" [actually measures 9 3/16")
When Created: 1880s
Glass Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks, or repairs of any kind. Very, very minor scratch on front of plate.
Description Notes:
1. Definite two tone effect on back and front where the two pieces were attached.
2. The back has more slag swirls than the front. In fact, the swirls that you see going across the back of the plate are NOT scratches – they are a lighter color of blue glass – i.e. slag.
3. The number 209 is on the back of the plate.
4. Opalescent effect on the end of the rim.

Re: Milk Glass, Belknap, 1949. Pg 11, 7f


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Antique Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Creamer


Creamers & Sugars
Size: Height: Together - 5"; Base - 3 3/4"; Lid - 1 1/2" At Memory Lane, Here I have a milk glass creamer bowl and lid. This square Westmoreland Specialty Company covered creamer bowl was originally a condiment container. It is scalloped on both the lid and the base. The set has a scalloped edge. The base is a mint julep green and the top is a light blue.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: Bowl – Aqua Mint Julep Green (Not Jadeite/Jadite) with lots of marbleized slag; Lid - Blue
Length/Height: Together – 5" +/-; Bowl – 3 ¾" +/-; Lid – 1 ½" +/-
Width:
Bowl Base – 3 1/8+/- x 2 ½+/-, Base Lip (not counting the little sprout area) – 4 7/8" +/- x 2 7/8";
Lid Base (not counting the little sprout area) – 3 ¼" +/- x 2 ¼+/-, Lid Crown - 1 7/8" +/- x 1 1/8"
Creation Date: 1890 - 1910
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
Bottom Marks: Bowl – the number "2"; Lid – nothing
Bowl and Lid Glass Condition: Excellent. As they was formed – free of chips, repairs, hairline fractures.



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









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Antique Opal Milk Glass Dithridge Vanity Decanter


Bottles & Decanters
Size: Decanter & Stopper Height: 10"; Decanter Height Alone: 8" Antique Opal Milk Glass Dithridge Vanity Decanter

AtMemoryLane. At Memory Lane, I offer to you this lovely opal milk glass vanity decanter. The bottle was originally painted with cold applied pink and green paint for the flowers and gold for the remainder of the décor. This Victorian dresser cologne bottle has the design that is often referred to as the beaded circle and feather or ray end pattern.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, aka Opal or Opaline
Total Length/Height – with the stopper: 10" +/-
Bottle Length Alone: 8" +/-
Bottle Width – at its widest point: 6 3/4" +/-
Creation Date: 1899 +/-
Maker: Dithridge
Bottom Marks: None.
Bottle and Stopper Glass Condition: Excellent. I did not notice any cracks, chips, fractures (to include hairline fractures) of any type on either piece. Both are as they were formed.



- Cold Applied Paint on the Bottle and Stopper. Poor. As you can see, some has worn off. -

Re1: China, Glass and Lamps, Apr 13, 1899
Re2: Yesterday’s Milk Glass Today; Ferson; 1981; Pg 133

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Victorian Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Creamer


Creamers & Sugars
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 3/4", Lid Alone - 1 1/2" At Memory Lane, here we have an antique milk glass creamer bowl and lid. This square Westmoreland Specialty Company covered creamer bowl was originally a mustard condiment container. It is scalloped on both the lid and the base.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: Blue
Length/Height: Together – 5" +/-; Bowl – 3 ¾" +/-; Lid – 1 ½" +/-
Width:
Bowl Base – 3 1/8+/- x 2 ½+/-, Base Lip (not counting the little sprout area) – 4 7/8" +/- x 2 7/8";
Lid Base (not counting the little sprout area) – 3 ¼" +/- x 2 ¼+/-, Lid Crown - 1 7/8" +/- x 1 1/8"
Creation Date: 1890 - 1910
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
Bottom Marks: Bowl – the number "3"; Lid – the number "2"
Bowl and Lid Glass Condition: Excellent. As they was formed – free chips (including no chips on the lid), hairline fractures, and repairs. There are imperfections on the lid [a] opalescence to the outer edge and [b] stress/molten crack. But this is the way it was formed.



- Cold Applied Gold Paint. Very Good. Some of the paint has worn off, but the paint is remarkable for how long this condiment dish has been around and was actually used. It would not have been in this condition had it been in MY house. -








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Antique Milk Glass Atterbury Fish Sm Pickle Dish


Decorative Plates & Trays
Size: 9 5/8" Wide At Memory Lane, I offer to you this antique opal milk glass novelty shaped condiment tray. It was called a "pickle dish" by the maker, Atterbury & Co. On the base is the patent date of June 4 1872.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, Also known as Opal or Opaline
Height: 1 1/8" +/-
Width – fin to fin: 6 ¼" +/-
Length: 9 5/8" +/-
Creation Date: 1872 – 1880s
Maker: Atterbury & Co
Bottom Marks: Very Light ‘PATENTED JUNE 4 1872"



- Condition: Very Good. There is one chip. It is on the fin on the bottom – closest to the back fin. In fact, I did not even notice it was there until I started to take pictures. (And I have had this dish for quite some time.) There is also a stress crack (where the molten glass was moved a bit too quickly before it had hardened), on the first fin on the bottom of the fish. -





Re1: Atterbury 1881 Catalog
Re2: Victorian Glass Novelties; Sanford; 2003; Pg 87

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