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Bryce Brothers

Butter Dish, Bryce Brothers, Lorne Pattern, EAPG, Antique, 1880's

Butter Dish, Bryce Brothers, Lorne Pattern, EAPG, Antique, 1880's

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  • Pattern:  Antique Glass Butter Dish with Lid, Bryce Brothers Lorne Pattern
  • Made in USA
  • Antique:  circa 1880's
  • Details:  This antique glass butter dish was crafted by Bryce Brothers in the Lorne pattern in the 1880's and is an example of Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG). It is a beautiful addition for butter storage and a timeless piece of history.  Bryce Brothers Glass Company, were glass makers located in Pittsburgh, PA, from 1882 to 1891. This is a very intricate pattern, it has Ribs / Columns with lots of stippling and a lovely scalloped border.  The underplate is not only scalloped but it has a beaded border, just lovely.  It is wide enough to accommodate other small food items and perfect for serving jellies and jams too.  If you're an EAPG collector, this would be a wonderful addition to your collection.  
  • Material:  Glass
  • Dimensions:  7.0 inches Long (handle to handle), 5.0 inches Wide (at its widest point), and 4.0 inches Tall (including lid).
  • Condition:  Antique - Used.  Excellent Antique Condition.  We could find no issues with this piece, except as acceptable due to age/use/wear.   Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  All Sales Final.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

"Bryce, Walker & Company", was founded in Philadelphia, PA in 1820.  James Bryce joined his father working in a glass factory, eventually moving to Mount Pleasant, PA.  The company changed names and partners a few times, including a partnership with McKee called:  "Bryce, McKee & Co." from 1850 to 1854, finally on June 13, 1882 the company reformed as simply "Bryce Brothers".  Bryce joined the "U.S. Glass Company", a combination of 18 different glass companies, in 1891.  Bryce Glass has been used by several U.S. Presidents, it was highly regarded glass and distributed to U.S. embassies around the world. In 1965, Bryce Glass was acquired by Lenox, ending 115 years of glass making under the Bryce name.   

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