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"Canadian Drape" Milk Pitcher PDF Print E-mail
"Canadian Drape" milk pitcher; 8"H
© 1880's
Burlington Glass Works, Hamilton, Ontario
Sutton-Smith - Canadian Handbook of Pressed Glass Tableware - pg. 80
 
 
 
 
"Threaded Swirl" Water Pitcher PDF Print E-mail
"Threaded Swirl" water pitcher in rubina glass; 8 1/4" H
© 1890 
Northwood Glass Company, Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Heacock - Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Bk. 3, pg. 44
 
 
 
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"Ribbed Opal Lattice” Water Pitcher PDF Print E-mail
"Ribbed Opal Lattice” water pitcher in crystal opalescent glass;
tankard shaped; pressed chevron design at upper terminal of handle; 10" H 
© 1889
The Northwood Glass Company, Martin's Ferry, Ohio
Heacock - Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Bk. 9, pg. 88
Burlington Glass Works, Hamilton, Ontario
Unitt - Treasury of Canadian Glass, pgs. 9, 144 
 
 
 
"Royal Ivy" Water Pitcher PDF Print E-mail
Rare "Royal Ivy" water pitcher in frosted rubina craquelle glass; 8 1/4" H;
pressed chevron design at upper terminal of handle
© 1894
The Northwood Glass Company, Ellwood, PA.
Heacock - Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Bk. 3, pg. 40
 
 
 
"Spanish Lace" Water Set PDF Print E-mail
"Spanish Lace" water set in cranberry opalescent glass, consisting of a pitcher and 5 tumblers 
© 1885-1900
The Northwood Glass Co., Indiana, PA.
Heacock - Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Bk. 9, pgs. 61, 82
 
 
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