Shop Reuzeit Emporium for antique Victorian early American pattern glass (EAPG). A Victorian family required a four piece table set at their dinning room table. Often the table set displayed was a statement about the family’s wealth and status in their community. The table set consisted of a butter dish, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and a spoon holder. There were a large number of glass factories producing beautiful pattern glass during the Victorian era. Some patterns have many extra serving pieces and some patterns have only a few extra pieces. This might be due to the popularity of a particular pattern or the amount of time a pattern stayed in production.
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Pattern: Florida Green Table Set, 4 pieces: butter dish, sugar bowl, spoon holder, & cream pitcher
MFG: U S Glass Co
Pattern: Delaware, incomplete
set, creamer, butter dish, spoon holder, green & gold
MFG: U.S Glass Company
Excellent Condition: flea bits on butter dish rim & spooner bottom rim
Pattern: Flute, incomplete set, butter dish, creamer, sugar bowl (needs lid), no spoon holder
MFG: Northwood Glass Co
Pattern: Bead Swag, opal glass, nice hand painted flowers, 4 pieces: butter dish, sugar bowl, spoon holder, & cream pitcher
Company: Heisey Glass CO
Pattern: Leaf & Flower amber stained, 4 pieces: butter dish, sugar bowl, spoon holder, & cream pitcher
Company: Hobbs Glass
Excellent Condition: creamer pitcher has slight cloudy spot