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EAPG Pattern Glass Zipper Swirl Panel Toothpick Holder

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This is an Early American Pattern Glass toothpick holder made in the Zipper Swirl Pattern by Bryce & Higbee in the early 1900's. It has one flake on one of the top scallops, but is not noticeable unless you are looking for it. Other than that it is free from any other chips or cracks that I can find. Please refer to the pictures or the best description. Buyer pays $5.50 for shipping and delivery confirmation in the continental USA. International bidders MUST ask before they purchase an item, or I may cancel your order and re-list the item. Insurance is not included. Please pay within 5 days.


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Priced $10.00. Categorized under Pottery & Glass >> Glass >> Glassware >> EAPG Pattern Glass 1850-1910 >> Other. Condition: Used. This is an Early American Patern Glas tothpick holder made in the Ziper Swirl Patern by Bryce & Higbe in the early 190's. It has one flake on one of the top scalops, but is not noticeable unles you are loking for it. Other than that i.