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RARE Antique EAPG Large Clear Glass Pitcher with Ribbed Handle made in New Hampshire USA water lemonade milk Table Pitcher Tableware

RARE Antique EAPG Large Clear Glass Pitcher with Ribbed Handle made in New Hampshire USA water lemonade milk Table Pitcher Tableware

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Pitcher capacity: 40 Fluid ounces
  • Material: Glass
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Favorited by: 11 people
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RARE Antique EAPG Large Clear Glass Pitcher with Ribbed Handle made in New Hampshire USA water lemonade milk Table Pitcher Tableware

From a collector of amazing Early American Pressed Glass pieces from all over the country, this beautiful pitcher is an example of New Hampshire craftsmanship! To which you must agree is simply a work of art!!

I have looked in reference books, all over the internet, asked many an expert and the pitcher’s maker and pattern hasn’t been identified and is quite rare indeed. Noting that this piece is Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) produced between 1850 and 1917 – its sized is deceiving…this gorgeous piece weighs more than 3 pounds and when exposed to black light it glows the most beautiful yellow-green color! So you can be sure this is true to the era.

The pitcher measures 8” tall, is 7-1/2” wide (spout tip to handle arch) and has a ½” foot. It has a 40 ounces (5 cups) capacity, a ribbed handle with a thumb press and an elegant cathedral window style design.

Other than the expected production flaws of minor air bubbles and rippling, this piece is in exceptional antique condition!

www.antiquesandthearts.com/new-hampshire-glassmakers states.........”From its earliest documented production at Jamestown in 1608, American glass was coveted for its utility and beauty. From the simplest stubby forms to the most sophisticated molded examples, early glass is prized both for the ingenuity it represents, its technological developments and its array of colors. Today’s collectors treasure the irregularities of the preindustrial products that testify to the artistry of the particular maker †especially those produced in New Hampshire.

Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century glass was made in a relatively small pocket of New Hampshire Five towns that cut a swath across the southernmost pocket of New Hampshire were important glassmaking centers, supplying New Hampshire and a good part of the entire Northeast with high-quality window glass, bottles, flasks and other domestic necessities. They were Temple, Keene, Stoddard, Lyndeborough and Suncook. The combined output of these glassworks was prodigious and the products that survive are prized by collectors and institutions today.

Glassmaking was a major industry in the late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century New Hampshire and the glassworks were usually the largest employers in the area. When the War of 1812 interrupted trans-Atlantic commerce and the ready but expensive supply of English and Irish glass, it lent a boost to the American glass industry. While the early product was usually black or in shades of olive green, later developments resulted in high-quality and aesthetically desirable objects. The level of decorative detail and the range of form increased over the years in competition with more costly cut glass articles imported from England and Ireland. As consumers became more affluent, their tastes and demands broadened.

By 1886 the Industrial Revolution had set in and with every household requiring glass articles, blown glasswares was eclipsed in favor of large scale standardized manufacture and the last New Hampshire glass factory was closed.”

This exquisite pitcher would either make a prized addition to any antique glass collection, or be a perfect gift idea for the discerning admirer of fine quality, artistically designed objects of amazing beauty!

Happy to Combine Shipping on items purchased and shipped together.

Please review all pictures, as they are part of the description. Please message me with questions thank you for visiting!

Check out our Crafts, Charms and Jewelry at www.TreasureGalleria.com and our Antiques, Vintage Items and Collectibles at our Pattern Site www.KattsCurioCabinet.net
RARE Antique EAPG Large Clear Glass Pitcher with Ribbed Handle made in New Hampshire USA water lemonade milk Table Pitcher Tableware

From a collector of amazing Early American Pressed Glass pieces from all over the country, this beautiful pitcher is an example of New Hampshire craftsmanship! To which you must agree is simply a work of art!!

I have looked in reference books, all over the internet, asked many an expert and the pitcher’s maker and pattern hasn’t been identified and is quite rare indeed. Noting that this piece is Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) produced between 1850 and 1917 – its sized is deceiving…this gorgeous piece weighs more than 3 pounds and when exposed to black light it glows the most beautiful yellow-green color! So you can be sure this is true to the era.

The pitcher measures 8” tall, is 7-1/2” wide (spout tip to handle arch) and has a ½” foot. It has a 40 ounces (5 cups) capacity, a ribbed handle with a thumb press and an elegant cathedral window style design.

Other than the expected production flaws of minor air bubbles and rippling, this piece is in exceptional antique condition!

www.antiquesandthearts.com/new-hampshire-glassmakers states.........”From its earliest documented production at Jamestown in 1608, American glass was coveted for its utility and beauty. From the simplest stubby forms to the most sophisticated molded examples, early glass is prized both for the ingenuity it represents, its technological developments and its array of colors. Today’s collectors treasure the irregularities of the preindustrial products that testify to the artistry of the particular maker †especially those produced in New Hampshire.

Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century glass was made in a relatively small pocket of New Hampshire Five towns that cut a swath across the southernmost pocket of New Hampshire were important glassmaking centers, supplying New Hampshire and a good part of the entire Northeast with high-quality window glass, bottles, flasks and other domestic necessities. They were Temple, Keene, Stoddard, Lyndeborough and Suncook. The combined output of these glassworks was prodigious and the products that survive are prized by collectors and institutions today.

Glassmaking was a major industry in the late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century New Hampshire and the glassworks were usually the largest employers in the area. When the War of 1812 interrupted trans-Atlantic commerce and the ready but expensive supply of English and Irish glass, it lent a boost to the American glass industry. While the early product was usually black or in shades of olive green, later developments resulted in high-quality and aesthetically desirable objects. The level of decorative detail and the range of form increased over the years in competition with more costly cut glass articles imported from England and Ireland. As consumers became more affluent, their tastes and demands broadened.

By 1886 the Industrial Revolution had set in and with every household requiring glass articles, blown glasswares was eclipsed in favor of large scale standardized manufacture and the last New Hampshire glass factory was closed.”

This exquisite pitcher would either make a prized addition to any antique glass collection, or be a perfect gift idea for the discerning admirer of fine quality, artistically designed objects of amazing beauty!

Happy to Combine Shipping on items purchased and shipped together.

Please review all pictures, as they are part of the description. Please message me with questions thank you for visiting!

Check out our Crafts, Charms and Jewelry at www.TreasureGalleria.com and our Antiques, Vintage Items and Collectibles at our Pattern Site www.KattsCurioCabinet.net

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Return Policy: Please note that all of our items are antique or vintage and have prior years of use and wear.

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Shipping: Shipping/handling rates are calculated with the USPS shipping calculator from our location to your location. The majority of our shipments are packaged with new boxes. Parcels will normally be shipped next business day after receiving payment. I take pride in taking the utmost in care in packaging your purchase to ensure safe delivery of your package. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Combined Shipping: We can combine shipping and reduce fixed shipping/handling costs on additional purchases as long as there is no risk to ensure safe delivery. We always refund your over shipping paid. Please contact us directly if you prefer the most cost efficient shipping option, or the shipping option that does not require a signature upon delivery.

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International Buyers Please Note: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up; do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit us to do so.
Shipping: Shipping/handling rates are calculated with the USPS shipping calculator from our location to your location. The majority of our shipments are packaged with new boxes. Parcels will normally be shipped next business day after receiving payment. I take pride in taking the utmost in care in packaging your purchase to ensure safe delivery of your package. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Combined Shipping: We can combine shipping and reduce fixed shipping/handling costs on additional purchases as long as there is no risk to ensure safe delivery. We always refund your over shipping paid. Please contact us directly if you prefer the most cost efficient shipping option, or the shipping option that does not require a signature upon delivery.

International Shipping: Please contact us for international shipping rate if not shown in the Shipping Calculator.

International Buyers Please Note: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up; do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit us to do so.

Additional policies

Packing for Shipment: Most items are fragile and will be packaged to the best of our ability to withstand shipping. All packages will be shipped with carrier insurance, which is included in the postage fee noted. Due to the nature of these items, returns will only be accepted in cases where items were not as pictured, described or if we have made an obvious error in the listing. If there is an issue with your purchase, please contact us.

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We do not offer Wholesale Prices. If you are interested in multiple items you can convo us or email us at Support@KattsCurioCabinet.net for a bundle price.
We do not offer customized or personalized Orders - everything we sell is antique or vintage as is items.
We do except returns - see our return policy.
All of our item descriptions include measurements of the item. If for some reason we miss a measurement please convo or email us at Support@KattsCurioCabinet.net and we will get you the measurement you are looking for.
We do ship internationally - Please see our shipping policy. We do not mark items shipped as gifts (unless purchased and shipped as a gift to a different location) and we put actual purchase price on the deceleration form as the value of the item. We abide by all USPS regulations & Laws.
I understand... and yes, on larger orders, the shipping calculator and the total is incorrect and usually too high... sadly it penalizes larger orders and multiples.

We always refund your over paid shipping. Please contact us directly if you prefer the most cost efficient shipping option, or the shipping option that does not require a signature upon delivery.
Yes, we do offer shipping upgrades.

We always suggest upgrading your shipping if you have a strict deadline.

We utilize USPS for our shipping needs. Express mail 1 to 3 days, Priority Mail 2 to 5 days, First Class 3 to 10 days (within in the USA).

International Mail Express and Priority Mail services are available (Shipping times depend on your Location and Country).
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