AUTHENTIC-PRICED TO SELL. SANDWICH GLASS WAS THE FIRST THING WE BEGAN COLLECTING 45 YRS AGO.
We are pleased to offer for sale an excellent example of Early American Pattern Glass. You are looking at a Nappie. This shape was referred to as a nappie in the Boston Sandwich Glass Company catalogs until the late 1870's. The pattern is called Pressed Crossed Swords. GORGEOUS. Measures 4 1/2" wide and 1" deep.
Nappie / bowl / dish / plate / nappy / cup plate.
Early American Pattern Glass - EAPG - Flint Glass
Dates circa 1830 - 1845 from the Lacy Period.
It is rare to find colored glass that dates this early. The rich color blue slightly changes depending on the light it is in. If you are a true collector, you know that this is one of the most desirable colors.
See my photo from "A Guide to Sandwich Glass" - Pressed Tableware by Barlow and Kaiser.
It is in excellent antique condition. There is some very slight flicking to the tiny teeth on the scalloped edge. Glass is clear. White in photos from flash. Remember that you are looking at a very old item that was used. Examine photos carefully to add to description. Ask questions before purchase. Email shipping questions. We offer Layaway plans. New items listed weekly. ENJOY!!
AUTHENTIC c.1830-45 Boston Sandwich Blue Lacy Period EAPG Flint Plate Nappie Cup Plate