Cruet 1815-1845. Midwest, Ohio, US.  Blown, pattern-molded glass. 6 7/8" tall.  MET MUSEUM

Cruet 1815-1845. Midwest, Ohio, US. Blown, pattern-molded glass. 6 7/8" tall. MET MUSEUM

Possibly Henry William Stiegel, Pocket Bottle, 1765-75. Blown amethyst glass. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery

Possibly Henry William Stiegel, Pocket Bottle, 1765-75. Blown amethyst glass. Courtesy Yale University Art Gallery

Creamer  Possibly made by Stiegel's American Flint Glass Company, Manheim, Pennsylvania, 1765 - 1774  Geography: Made in Manheim, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America or England, Europe Date: 1765-1800 Medium: Lead glass, called flint glass (blue)

Creamer Possibly made by Stiegel's American Flint Glass Company, Manheim, Pennsylvania, 1765 - 1774 Geography: Made in Manheim, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America or England, Europe Date: 1765-1800 Medium: Lead glass, called flint glass (blue)

Cobalt Blue Pitkin Glass Flask Hand Blown Pontiled Swirl Ribs Tooled Sheared Lip

Cobalt Blue Glass Flask Hand Blown Pontiled Swirl Ribs Tooled Lip

Cobalt Blue Pitkin Glass Flask Hand Blown Pontiled Swirl Ribs Tooled Sheared Lip

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