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Pressed colorless lead glass goblets in the Cable pattern, Boston & Sandwich, 1850-65, approximately 6 1/2" H. 7 Available. $65.00 each. Stock No. G742

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Pressed glass goblets in the New England Pineapple pattern, colorless lead glass, attributed to the New England Glass Company, 1850-65. 9 available. All are period and free of damage. Stock No. G167. $25.00 each.

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Pair of colorless lead glass nappies or tazzas in the Gothic Arch pattern with Loop Patern feet, Boston & Sandwich c. 1840. Joined with a wafer, strong lead content. 5.25" H x 7" Dia. Stock No. G418. $125.00 the pair

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Exceptionally large footed bowl in the Horn of Plenty pattern, American, 1850-70. 4.5" H x 11" Dia. Stock No. G520. $95.00

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Pressed glass goblets in the Bellflower pattern (single vine), colorless lead glass, American c. 1860. 6" H. Stock No. G624. Five available. SOLD

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Celery vase in the Horn of Plenty pattern, colorless lead glass, American, 1850-70. 8.5" H. Stock No. G456. SOLD

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A pressed lacy colorless lead glass bowl in the Daisy pattern, Boston & Sandwich 1835-45. Minor edge roughness. 9" Dia. Stock No. G206. SOLD

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Two pressed colorless lead glass tumblers in the Horn of Plenty pattern, attributed to Boston & Sandwich 1850-65. H: 3 3/4". Stock No. G355. SOLD

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Set of six pressed colorless lead glass goblets in the Scalloped Loop pattern, American, 1840-60. Excellent condition with great heft and resonance. Stock No. G166. H: 6". SOLD

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Pressed lacy colorless lead glass nappy in a variant of the Princess Feather pattern, Boston & Sandwich c. 1828. Minor edge roughness. This piece has great resonance and heft and the rim exhibits the outward slant characteristic of very early Sandwich pressed wares. 6" Dia. Stock No. G200. SOLD