Blown Glass
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Blown and cut celery vase with ball knop stem, attributed to Pittsburgh, c. 1820. Colorless lead glass with panel and fan cutting. 8 1/2" H x 5 1/4" Dia. at mouth. Stock No. G545. $235.00

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Unusual colorless lead glass footed bowl with flared rim, American or English c. 1820. The pattern molded bowl is joined to a free blown foot. Excellent wear and lead content. 7" H x 7 1/4' Dia. Stock No. G614. $325.00

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Free blown colorless lead glass storage jar, American or English, first half 19th century. The outward flaring rim is designed to accommodate a cloth cover that would have been secured with a string. Excellent wear and lead contrent, very large rough pontil mark. 8 3/4" H x 7 1/2" Dia. Stock No. G613. $285.00

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Blown jelly or preserve glass, deep cobalt blue lead glass with rough pontil mark and rolled rim, English or American, late 18th or early 19th century. Museum de-accession. 3.25" H x 3.5" Dia. Stock No. G469. $265.00

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Free-blown jelly or preserve glass, colorless non-lead glass with folded rim, likely New Jersey c. 1820. 4.25" H x 4.25" Dia. Stock No. G465. $85.00

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Free-blown thread-decorated mug with applied strap handle and rough pontil mark, likely Continental, possibly Henry William Stiegel's American Flint Glass Works, 1760-90. Colorless non-lead glass. 5.5" H. Stock No. G444. $285.00

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Ten free-blown tumblers with strawberry diamond and panel cutting, English, Irish, or American, c. 1820. All with ground and polished pontils and excellent lead content. 3.25" H 3.25" Dia. Stock No. G525, $950.00

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Blown and cut flint glass rummer with ball knop stem, likely English c. 1800. 6" H x 3.75" Dia. Stock No. G379. $200.00

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Flint rummer with an unusually large bowl, English c. 1800. 5.25" H x 3.75" Dia. Stock No. G377. $125.00

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Large free blown and cut compote, attributed to Pittsburgh, colorless lead glass c. 1830. The bowl features a panel cut base, a strawberry diamond and fan cut middle section, and an additional band of husks below the rim. A fine example with excellent lead content. 7.25" H x 9" Dia. Stock No. G453. $385.00

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Blown molded patty pan, McKearin GIII-3, attributed to Boston & Sandwich c. 1830. Colorless lead glass with rough pontil and rolled rim. 1.5" H x 6" Dia. Stock No. G521. $185.00

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Blown molded condiment bottle, McKearin GIV-4, New England c. 1830. Colorless lead glass with rough pontil. 4.5" H. Stock No. G522. $40.00

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Blown molded pepper caster with pierced metal cap, McKearin GII-11, New England c. 1830. Coloress lead glass with rough pontil. 4.5" H. Stock No. G523. $40.00

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Blown molded pepper caster with pierced metal cap, McKearin GI-15, New England c. 1830. Colorless lead glass with rough pontil. 4.5" H. Stock No. G496. $30.00

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Blown molded pepper caster with pierced metal cap, McKearin GI-28. Colorless lead glass with rough pontil. 4.5" H. Stock No. G495. $40.00

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Two blown, cut, and engraved ale glasses, both with annular knop stems and panel cut bases. Colorless lead glass, American or English c. 1830. The floral engraving is of exceptional quality. 6 1/4" H. Stock No. G501. SOLD

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Free blown colorless lead glass compote with engraved Greek key decoration, likely New England c. 1865. 6 1/2" H x 8 1/2" Dia. Stock No. G439. SOLD

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Blown and cut boat shaped flint glass bowl with ogival rim, English or Irish 1780-1810. 10" L x 6.5" W x 5" H. Stock No. G384. SOLD

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Pattern-moldded club-form utility bottle with applied lip, acqua non-lead glass with 16 ribs and rough pontil mark. Probably Ohio, early 19th century. 8.75" H. Stock No. G464. SOLD

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Free blown globular utility bottle with applied lip, acqua non-lead glass with rough pontil mark. Pennsylvania or Ohio, 1800-20. 8.25" H. Stock No. G463. SOLD

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Free blown vase with ball knop stem, light acqua glass with a marginal leaed content, likely American c. 1840. The base exhibits a rough pontil mark and excellent wear. 7" H x 6 1/4" Dia. Stock No. G553. SOLD

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Free-blown acqua utility bottle with pontiled kick-up base and applied neck ring, c. 1830. Retains its original paper label for lemon syrup, bottled by the firm of Oliver Johnson & Company, 40 Weybosset Street, Providence, Rhode Island. 10" H. Stock No. G524. SOLD

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Free-blown colorless lead glass vase with knop standard and rough pontil mark, likely American c. 1840. Stock No. G474. SOLD

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Blown and cut colorless lead glass celery vase with knop standard, possibly Pittsburgh c. 1830. 8.25" H x 4.75" Dia. Stock No. G473. SOLD

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Free-blown preserve jar, blue-green, non-lead glass with a rough pontil. The lip is designed to accommodate a tied-on cloth cover. American, 1820-40. 7.5" H x 4.5" Dia. Stock No. G458. SOLD

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Funnel form wine glass with teardrop stem and rolled foot, engraved "J. Barton / Success to the Unity", English or American, third quarter 18th century, possibly of American patriotic significance. Colorless lead glass with rough pontil. Just over 7" H. Stock No. G471. SOLD

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Blown and cut flint glass compote on a knop standard in the strawberry diamond and fan pattern attributed to Bakewell Pears & Company, Pittsburgh c. 1825. 8.5" H x 10.5" Dia. Stock No. G370. SOLD

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Flint rummer, likely American c. 1790. 4.5" H x 3.5" Dia. Stock No. G378. SOLD

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Blown flint glass boot shaped tumbler with applied decoration, English or American, 1850-70. 6" H x 3.5" Dia. Stock No. G380. SOLD

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Blown, cut and engraved flint glass rummer, English or American c. 1800. 5.5" H x 3.75" Dia. Stock No. G376. SOLD

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Blown flint glass rummer, the bowl engraved "Wm Jones, Dog Inn". Mr. Jones evidently enjoyed a generous dram. English, c. 1800. 5" H x 3.5" Dia. Stock No. G375. SOLD

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Blown, cut, and engraved flint glass rummer, English or American c. 1800. 5.5" H x 3.75" Dia. Stock No. G376. SOLD

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Blown and engraved flint rummer with knop stem and bucket shaped bowl, English or American c. 1820. 5.25" H x 3.25" Dia. Stock No. G374. SOLD

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Blown and engraved dram glass with firing foot, Continental 1750-80. 4 1/2" H x 2 1/2" Dia. Stock No. G341. SOLD

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Blown and engraved Stiegel type flip glass, Bohemian for the American market c. 1780. Rough pontil, wonderful base wear and charming tulip decoration. 6" H x 4 5/8" W. Stock No. G19. SOLD

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Mold blown flip glass, English or American, early 19th century. Rough pontil and good base wear. 5 1/2" H x 4" Dia. Stock No. G342. SOLD

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Pair of blown and cut flint glass tumblers, English or American, c. 1820. SOLD

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Large and impressive free blown opalescent blue bulb vase with good base wear and a polished pontil, possibly intended for growing amaryllis but this piece could be used with any kind of bulb and could even hold more than one. Most likely French, second half 19th century. 8" H x 7.5" Dia. Stock No. G399. SOLD

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Blown and cut footed bowl with diamond and swag decoration, English or Irish 1780-1810. 4.5" H x 4.25" Dia. Stock No. G383. SOLD