Today I am looking at my picks of pretty pickle casters. I dare you to say that 5 times, fast.
The extensive catalogue for the 19th and 20th Century Glass auction at Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is now available online at: CLICK HERE. I picked a few pretty pickle casters that I am particularly partial to.
Lot 557: DOT / SPOT OPTIC AMBERINA PICKLE CASTER, James
W. Tufts quadruple-plate stand with tongs. Fourth quarter 19th century. 13 1/4″ HOA, jar 4 1/2″ H, 2 1/2″ D base.
Lot 558: FIGURAL KNOBBY CASTLE PICKLE CASTER, colorless,
hexagonal base and original cover, glass and nickel-plated stand. Aetna Glass and Manufacturing Co. Fourth quarter 19th century. 10 1/4″ HOA, covered jar 7″ H, 4 3/8″ D base.
Lot 560: SPOT OPTIC PICKLE CASTER, cranberry with
full-round polychrome decoration, E. G. Webster & Bros. triple-plate stand with tongs. Fourth quarter 19th century. 9 1/8″ HOA, jar 4 5/8″ H, 2 7/8″ D base.
Lot 562: VICTORIAN DECORATED PICKLE CASTER, cobalt blue
with full-round yellow enamel decoration, Benedict Co. quadruple-plate stand with tongs. Fourth quarter 19th century. 9 5/8″ HOA, jar 3″ H, 2″ D base.
This is just a few of the 1,047 lots available in the January 26 auction. You can bid online so, there is no excuse for you not to own a beautiful piece of glass for your home or office. I’ll bet you need a good pickle caster.