Pattern Glass


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Pattern glass could be a simple table set consisting of a sugar, creamer, butter dish and spoon(er), or an entire table service of glassware. It might include the plates, but usually just the typical glass items such as tumblers, goblets, pitchers, compotes, serving dishes, sugars and creamers, butter dishes, salt and pepper shakers, etc. Many patterns from the 1860's to 1900's include open salts in addition to salt shakers simply because people were still using them but salt shakers were gaining in popularity and preference.

It can get very confusing with pattern names. Some companies made open salts and named them even though there were no other items with that pattern name, such as GRANT by Adams & Company. Most companies named their glassware lines, even if it was only a pattern number. Authors and collectors gave many patterns their more descriptive names, even renaming patterns that already had a name. MANILA by Model Flint Glass Company is more commonly known as WREATH AND SHELL and even though McKee named their salt SPRIG, it is known as RIBBED PALM. Salts are shown with their original manufacturer's name if it was known unless it was only a pattern number. Then it is listed under the commonly accepted name and the manufacturer's pattern number is shown as an aka (also known as). Information pages include other pattern names that may be used by some.

Click on each picture below to open the information page. Use your browser's back button to return to this page. This reference is far from complete and more patterns will continue to be added as they are completed. Once it is more established I will include a cross index with all names listed on all pattern pages.


ADA
ADA
APOLLO
APOLLO
ARCHED LEAF
ARCHED LEAF
ARGUS
ARGUS
BAGWARE
BAGWARE
BARBERRY (Oval Berries)
BARBERRY (Oval Berries)
BARBERRY (Round Berries)
BARBERRY (Round Berries)
BEADED TRIANGLE
BEADED TRIANGLE
BERLIN
BERLIN
CENTENNIAL
CENTENNIAL
COOPERATIVE FLINT NO. 99
COOPERATIVE FLINT NO. 99
CURRIER AND IVES
CURRIER AND IVES
DEW DROP
DEW DROP
DIAMOND & SUNBURST
DIAMOND & SUNBURST
DIAMOND SHIELD
DIAMOND SHIELD
ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
FANCY COLONIAL
FANCY COLONIAL
Floral (Flat)
FLORAL (Flat)
FLORAL (Ped)
FLORAL (Ped)
FROSTED LEAF
FROSTED LEAF
GRAPE BAND
GRAPE BAND
HAIRPIN
HAIRPIN
HARP
HARP
HARVARD
HARVARD
HELENE
HELENE

HONEYCOMB (Ped1)
HONEYCOMB (Ped1)

LENOX
LENOX

LOOP & DART WITH DIAMONDS
LOOP & DART
WITH DIAMONDS
LOOP & DART WITH ROUND ORNAMENTS
LOOP & DART
WITH ROUND ORNAMENTS
MAY FLOWER
MAY FLOWER

MYRTLE
MYRTLE

NOONDAY SUN
NOONDAY SUN

OAK WREATH (Flat)
OAK WREATH (Flat)
OAK WREATH (Ped)
OAK WREATH (Ped)
PANELED ACORN BAND (Ped)
PANELED ACORN BAND (Ped)
REVERSE 44
REVERSE 44
RIPPLE (Flat)
RIPPLE (Flat)
SHERATON (Foot)
SHERATON (Footed)
SPRIG
SPRIG
STAR GALAXY
STAR GALAXY
STIPPLED CHAIN
STIPPLED CHAIN
STRAWBERRY
STRAWBERRY
THUMBPRINT & HOBNAIL
THUMBPRINT & HOBNAIL
TRIANGULAR PRISM
TRIANGULAR PRISM
TUB
TUB
TULIP
TULIP
WINONA
WINONA


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