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Antique Blue Milk Glass Westmoreland Creamer w Lid At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass creamer bowl and lid. There is much marbling to the slag on these pieces. There are absolutely no cracks, chips, or other discrepancies to either piece; they are in EXCELLENT condition. They were created in the 1910s by The Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became The Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.) The creamer is known as the "swan and cattails creamer". This is much detail to both pieces.
The height of the pitcher is about 3 3/8". The oval base is, at its longest point, also about 3 3/8"; at its widest point, it is about 2 3/8".
The lid is about 2 ¼" tall. The base of the oval lid is, at its longest point, about 3 ¼"; at its widest point, it is about 2 ¼".
The height of the two together is about 5".

Re: The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Milk Glass Identification and Values, Betty and Bill NewBound, 1995, pg 135, plate 314 (in white)


At Memory Lane PJ7A

Circa: 1910s, Antique, Victorian, EAPG,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 3/8", Lid Alone - 2 1/4"
Color: Light Blue w Marbling Lighter Shades of Blue and White
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $24.24
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Antique 5 Pc Dithridge Opal Milk Glass Serving Set 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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Circa: 1900, Antique, EAPG, Victorian
Condition: Used
Color: Opal, Opaline, or White w Various Other Pastel Painted Colors
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Dithridge of Fort Pitt; now known as Pittsburg, PA  

Your Price: $196.00
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Blue Milk Glass Westmoreland Repaired Creamer Lid At Memory Lane, I have this blue milk glass REPAIRED lid to the Westmoreland creamer swan and cattails creamer bowl. There is much marbling to the slag on this lid and a whole lot of detail. It was created in the 1910s by The Westmoreland Specialty Company. (The Westmoreland Specialty Co became The Westmoreland Glass Co in 1923.)
There is a definite repair to the tail of the swan and it is priced accordingly. You can easily see the repair in all the pictures. There is no bowl or pitcher to this. You will be receiving the lid only. It would make a great replacement for your collection until you are able to find another. Or simply a great starter to a collection.
The lid is about 2 ¼" tall. The base of the oval lid is, at its longest point, about 3 ¼"; at its widest point, it is about 2 ¼".


Re: The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Milk Glass Identification and Values, Betty and Bill NewBound, 1995, pg 135, plate 314 (in white)


At Memory Lane PJ7b

Circa: 1910s, Antique, Victorian, EAPG,
Condition: Used
Size: 2 1/4" Tall x 3 1/4" Long x 2 1/4" Wide
Color: Blue w Lighter Shades of Blue in the Marbling Slag
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $6.06
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Victorian Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Creamer 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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Circa: 1890 - 1910, Antique, Victorian,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 3/4", Lid Alone - 1 1/2"
Color: Light Blue w Some Marbling Slag
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $40.00
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Antique Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Creamer 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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Circa: 1890 - 1910, Antique, Victorian,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: Together - 5"; Base - 3 3/4"; Lid - 1 1/2"
Color: Base: Mint Julep Green; Lid: Light Blue
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $44.00
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Antique Milk Glass Westmoreland Covered Sugar At Memory Lane, Here we have a milk glass sugar bowl and lid. This square Westmoreland Specialty Company covered sugar bowl was originally a condiment container. It is scalloped on both the lid and the sugar container itself. The marriage of the base and the top was a bit awkward as the id is a light lavender or pink and the base is white. I have had this sugar set for quite some time and they have always been together…so time will tell whether or not they remain so. The set is referred to as "scalloped edge".

Material: Antique Opal or Opaline Milk Glass
Color: Lid – a very light lavender, almost pink; Bowl, itself - white
Length/Height: Together – 5" +/-; Bowl – 3 ¾" +/-; Lid – 1 ½" +/-
Width:
Bowl Base – 3 1/8+/- x 2 ½+/-, Base Lip – 4 7/8" +/- x 2 7/8";
Lid Base – 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 "1"; Lid – the number "2"
Glass Condition on Both Pieces – Excellent. As they were formed. There is a couple of cooling stress fractures (which occur when an item is removed too quickly from the mold) – but the pieces are both as they were formed.





Cold Applied Gold Paint. Poor. As you can see, most of it has worn off.









At Memory Lane qana

Circa: 1890 - 1910, Antique, Victorian,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 3/4", Lid Alone - 1 1/2"
Color: White Opaline Base and Light Lavender Lid
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $24.00
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Antique Westmoreland Milk Glass Covered Sugar At Memory Lane, I have this Antique milk glass sugar bowl and lid. This Westmoreland Specialty Company covered sugar bowl was originally a small packer’s condiment container. Yes, it is Victorian; yes, it is EAPG; and yes, it is considered Greentown. It probably had mustard or in it originally. There is quite a bit of opalescence and a fiery look to the set. It is quite nice. The Westmoreland pattern is called paneled forget me not. The lid has a crown finial on top.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White, Also known as Opal or Opaline
Length/Height: Together – 5" +/-; Bowl – 3 1/2" +/-; Lid – 2" +/-
Width:
Bowl Base – 3 1/4+/-, Bowl Lip – 3 1/2" +/-; Lid – 2 7/8" +/-
Creation Date: 1890 - 1910
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Co
Bottom Marks: None. The only marks are the swirl of the milk glass.
Pattern: Forget Me Not
Bowl and Lid Glass Condition: Excellent. There is clear glass on a spot on the lid base that may appear as if there is a chip, but there is not one. It is where the white was not perfectly mixed to make a pure white piece.



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







Re: Milk Glass Addenda; Warman; 3rd Ed, 1966; Plate 53, Item C

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Circa: 1890 - 1910, Antique, Victorian,
Condition: Used
Size: Height: Bowl w Lid - 5", Bowl Alone - 3 1/2", Lid Alone - 2"
Color: Milky White, Opal, or Opaline
Type: Creamers & Sugars
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Westmoreland Specialty Co  

Your Price: $32.00
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Decorative Plates & Trays

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Antique Milk Glass Atterbury Fish Sm Pickle Dish 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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Circa: 1872 - 1880s, Antique, Victorian
Condition: Used
Size: 9 5/8" Wide
Color: Milky White, Opal, or Opaline
Type: Decorative Plates & Trays
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Atterbury & Co  

Your Price: $39.00
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Salt & Pepper Shakers

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Very Scarce Antique Milk Glass Fern Condiment Set At Memory Lane
This antique milk glass condiment set of salt, pepper, and mustard containers is complete with all the respective lids. The base is scalloped and has a handle.
The base color is, naturally, white. It has been hand painted with blue at the top of the glass and then it disappears – fades out. The jars are all painted with ferns. Once again the fading affect is carried thru – but starting at the bottom instead and then disappearing towards the top.
This is the antique blown and pressed fern condiment set and it is identified as such. There is a vintage condiment set, made by Imperial in the 1950s. The Imperial vintage set is a bit different; along with the obvious newer jar tops and lids, the motif painting that Imperial had applied is completely different. It is a beautiful set, but it is not this antique set. If you are looking for the vintage set; this set is not for you. I have seen online some of the vintage sets identified as antique, so please be aware of what you are buying. I have also seen sold online the antique base being sold with the vintage jars; once again, please educate yourself and be aware of what you are purchasing.

Material: Antique Milk Glass
Color: White (Also known as Opal, Opaline, or Opalware) w Blue
Base Height w Handle: 6 1/2" +/-
Base Width: 5 3/8" +/-
Height of Salt & Pepper Shakers: 3 ¼" +/-
Height of Mustard Container: 3" +/-
Creation Date: 1899 to 1908 +/-
Maker: unk
Bottom Marks: None


Base Paint Condition: Excellent. As it was applied with all of its imperfections since it was hand painted.
Base Glass Condition: Fair. It is chipped in numerous spots on the top of the base. It is not chipped on the bottom – at all.
Base Handle: Fair. It is a bit rusted.

Paint Condition of Jars: Excellent. Once again, as it was applied with all of its imperfections since they also were hand painted.
Glass Condition of Jars: Very Good. Not because of any chips – because there are none – but because there is lead deposit on one of the salt/pepper shakers.
Metal Lids: Fair. Crap - What can I say – the salt/pepper shakers are dented; and one has a piece missing. But they both fit on the lids. The mustard lid has a dent in it, a little rust, and it is just starting to have that yucky green Verdi on it. It cleaned it a bit, but it is still present.

Spoon. The spoon is not original to the set. As far as I know, they did not come with one. But either way, this one is silver plated and was created sometime after 1962. It is marked with "1847 ROGERS BROS I S ". It is in excellent condition. It is 4 3/8" long.

You are purchasing and will receive this condiment base, the three jars, the three lids to these jars, and the cute little mustard spoon.

I have provided you with several pictures. I hope, the pictures along with this lengthy description, will give you a sense of how very special this set is.

Thank you for reading this. I apologize for the length. My descriptions are not always this long. But I felt an explanation was necessary in this case.

Note for other Sellers! The title, description, pictures, and the research (whole or in part) are solely the property of At Memory Lane. Ride on your own coattails.

Re1: The World of Salt Shakers; Lechner; 1976, Updated 1982; Pl 40, Item 2; Pg 88
Re 2: Collector’s Encyclopedia of Milk Glass; Newbound; 1995; Pl 289; Pg 125


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Circa: 1899 - 1908, Antique, EAPG
Condition: Used
Size: 6 1/2" Tall
Color: White Opaline w Blue
Type: Salt & Pepper Shakers
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Unknown Antique  

Your Price: $140.00
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Serving Sets & Accessories

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Vintage Inland Glass Platter w Atomic Border. USA At Memory Lane.

This beautiful mid century platter has a geometric design of atomic flowers and brown trim. It is a serving or meat carving platter. It has an oval shape and is made of tempered glass in the USA.

Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs.

Created in the 1950s.

Marked on both handles: "Inland Glass" and "Made in USA".

14 ¾" handle to handle length; 11" width

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Circa: 1950s, Mid Century, Vintage
Condition: Used
Size: 14 3/4 x 11 Inches
Color: Clear w Other Colors
Type: Serving Sets & Accessories
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Inland Glass  

Your Price: $10.90
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Vintage Inland Glass Platter w Simple Border. USA AtMemoryLane.

This wonderful, large, 1950s, oval platter would be great used as a serving or meat carving tray. This Inland Glass platter has a simple "Plain Jane" border and is made of tempered glass.

Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs.

Created in the 1950s.

Marked on both handles: "Inland Glass" and "Made in USA".

14 ¾" handle to handle length; 11" width

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Circa: 1950s, Mid Century, Vintage
Condition: Used
Size: 14 3/4 x 11 Inches
Color: Clear
Type: Serving Sets & Accessories
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Inland Glass  

Your Price: $5.45
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