EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial

This open sugar/buttermilk is a wonderful bit of history and an excellent example of Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG). The Adams Glass Company manufactured this lovely piece in the "Liberty Bell" Pattern in 1875 to commemorate America's 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Previously this pattern was believed to be made by Gillinder & Sons but has since been updated to Adams & Company.

One side of this lovely piece is embossed with the raised image of the Liberty Bell under the words `Declaration of Independence' with the dates 1776 and 1876 appearing to either side. The opposite side is embossed with `100 Years Ago' in raised letters and decorated with a stippling effect.

This intriguing piece weighs 1 pound, 1 ounce, is 5 ¼" tall, 4 ½" in diameter at the mouth and is in mint condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. This open sugar/buttermilk would make a unique and thoughtful gift to any early American history buff as well as a treasured addition to any Early American Glass Collection.

Item ID: S504

EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial

EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial
EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial
EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial
EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial
EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial
EAPG Open Sugar/Buttermilk – “Liberty Bell” Pattern – 1875 – America’s First Centennial

This open sugar/buttermilk is a wonderful bit of history and an excellent example of Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG). The Adams Glass Company manufactured this lovely piece in the "Liberty Bell" Pattern in 1875 to commemorate America's 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Previously this pattern was believed to be made by Gillinder & Sons but has since been updated to Adams & Company.

One side of this lovely piece is embossed with the raised image of the Liberty Bell under the words `Declaration of Independence' with the dates 1776 and 1876 appearing to either side. The opposite side is embossed with `100 Years Ago' in raised letters and decorated with a stippling effect.

This intriguing piece weighs 1 pound, 1 ounce, is 5 ¼" tall, 4 ½" in diameter at the mouth and is in mint condition with no cracks, chips or repairs. This open sugar/buttermilk would make a unique and thoughtful gift to any early American history buff as well as a treasured addition to any Early American Glass Collection.

Item ID: S504

$35 USD

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