Ancient Glass Blog of The Allaire Collection

AMERICAN EARLY GLASS

Posted in Uncategorized by Allaire Collection of Glass on February 27, 2017

All of the Glass Shown is From The Allaire Collections

The collection of American glass is displayed as types and not as a time line.

Pitkin Bottle 1788-1830

 POPCORN PITKIN 46A

Pitkin Flask, Early American Glass 07A,08A,19A,39A,43A,46A,54A,89A

Pattern-molded Bottles 19th Century

AMERICAN SWIRL BOTTLE 12A

Scroll Flask, Early American Glass 11A

Poison Bottle with Hobnail Pattern 47A

Midwestern Aquamarine Swirl and Club Bottles 15A, 29A,58A, and 64A

American Pattern-Molded Bottles and Flasks 36A,37A,11A,12A,15A,58A, and 64A

Chestnut Bottles and Handled Whiskey Bottles 19th Century

American Chestnut Bottle 05A,25A and 33A

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Pitchers 19th Century

 

 

Salts, Bowls and Dishes c. 1765-1890

Wine Glasses and Strap Handled Mugs

Water and Whiskey Pattern-molded Tumblers c. 1850-1899

Fry glass 1916-1930

The Fry glass in our collection is the heat resistant borosilicate glass made by H. C. Fry Glass Company in Rochester, PA 1902-1930. This company made complete dinner sets, tea sets and a large variety of heat-resistant oven glassware from 1916 to 1930 under a license from the Corning Glass Works.

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