King's Crown Glass Photos

King's Crown (aka Kings Crown) is an antique American glass pattern. Its goblets, plates, bowls, etc. are identified by a ring of external 'thumbprints' bordered by zigzags mostly of a crystal clear glass. Often a color like ruby, yellow or green is added to part or the entire object. Copied by several companies, mostly in the American Midwest, King's Crown quality differs with better pieces having the sharpest angles.

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Collection of Kings Crown glassware & bottles on bar at Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.Clear King's Crown glasses in Aspet at Saint-Gaudens NHS. Cornish, NH.Red King's Crown pattern glass pitcher at Buffalo History Museum. Buffalo, NY.Green & yellow King's Crown glass at Tiffin Glass Museum. Tiffin, OH.
Collection of Kings Crown glassware & bottles on bar at Bird Cage Theatre. Tombstone, AZ.Clear King's Crown glasses in Aspet at Saint-Gaudens NHS. Cornish, NH.Red King's Crown pattern glass pitcher at Buffalo History Museum (BECHS). Buffalo, NY.Green & yellow King's Crown glass at Tiffin Glass Museum. Tiffin, OH.
Purple King's Crown glass at Tiffin Glass Museum. Tiffin, OH.King's crown vase at Tillamook Pioneer Museum. Tillamook, OR.Kings Crown glassware at Chambers House Museum. Beaumont, TX.
Purple King's Crown glass at Tiffin Glass Museum. Tiffin, OH.King's crown vase at Tillamook Pioneer Museum. Tillamook, OR.Kings Crown glassware at Chambers House Museum. Beaumont, TX.

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