Here's some of my glass collection I was able to photograph. There will be more to come later. All of the clear glass items shown here glow green under blacklight, as they are from the American Brilliant Period.
I hope you like them.
This is the bottom view of a pair of amberina creamers. All of the amberina items shown here glow brightly in yellow under blacklight.
This shows 3 amberina creamers. One is made to be used left-handed.
This shows a stoppered decanter and a scrolled-handled wide vase.
This shows an amberina vase.
This shows an 8 inch by 4 inch berry bowl in Libbey's Radiant pattern.
This shows a pressed glass bowl that glows a very bright yellow under blacklight.
This shows another view of the 8 inch by 4 inch berry bowl in Libbey's Radiant pattern.
This bottle reads "CURTICE BROTHERS PRESERVERS ROCHESTER, N.Y."
A 11" by 4" celery tray in Libbey's Radiant pattern.
Here's a stoppered decanter with two rows of bulls-eyes and a hollow stopper.
Here's a 9" low bowl in hob diamond pattern (hexagons with tiny stars cut into them, with triangles in between the hexagons. The mitered lines go in a draped pattern).
Here's a clear, uncut vase with a square foot. It has a foil sticker that reads "GENUINE HAWKES CRYSTAL".
Here's a 9" diameter low bowl in Libbey's Radiant pattern. It's rim has serrations every 1/4".
Here's another picture of the Libbey low bowl.
Here's an 8" by 4" berry bowl in Lorraine pattern by Quaker City.
This quilted pattern pitcher in orange-cranberry (or pigeon-blood) color is by Blenko glass company?
Vaseline glass punch bowl, 1880's I think it was made by Pairpoint. Its heavy glass, and glows not to brightly inder blacklight. It has three patterns etched inside of mitered oval windows. Other intricate designs cover the rest of it.
Here's another view of the punch bowl.
This is a third view of the punch bowl.
This is a fourth view of the punch bowl.
This rosebowl has sets of mitered lines that go down the sides of it. It is marked with the Hawkes' fleur de lis on the bottom. The stripes seem to float on the clear glass sphere.
Here's a 10" tray cut in Russian pattern.
This picture shows a footed urn in Libbey's Radiant pattern next to the Hawkes footed vase. My photographs don't do a good job of showing all the mitered cuts on the Libbey pieces.
This picture shows a 16" center bowl in Libbey's Radiant pattern.