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Antique EAPG Glass Basketweave Pattern Pitcher Co-operative Flint 1887

  • $ 2499


EAPG Glass Water Pitcher in the Basket Weave Pattern. The pattern was introduced in 1880s and it is believed to be a product of the Co-Operative Flint Glass Company. 

As an aside, others have also attributed this piece to Chicago Glass, or Burlington Glass of Canada. We found no proof to support this ever being produced by Chicago Glass. As for Burlington, glass shards were indeed found at the site in Canada, but as shards were often shipped between factories for the purpose of re-melting, this does not at all prove production by Burlington. Burlington produced bottles, and not tableware. 

This pitcher measures approximately 8-1/2" tall to the top of its spout, and 6-1/4" across from handle to spout. It will hold 6-1/2 fluid cups when filled all of the way to the brim. 

It is in good condition for being 127 years old. Unfortunately it does have a chip on its base rim as well as a scratch on the outside of the base (please see our close up photo). The glass has minimal scuffing from use.

Weighs approximately 3 pounds before being packaged appropriately for shipping. We offer various shipping methods, so please check for the best option to your zip code. 

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