U.S. Glass Candleholders

U.S. Glass made only a few candleholders. Most notably, they made a trumpet shaped candle holder that may or may not have optic rays within the base. This form can have the foot flared or flattened and cupped. They paired their #310 candle holders with other #310 pieces as well as the unidentified ray pieces (at least in color for console sets). The twist-stem candleholders are highly desireable, but obtainable. The small candle holders are often mistaken for Fenton production, but the U.S. Glass ones have octagonal bases.

#94 in green (3.625-inch base, 1.5-inch tall).

#94 in pink (3.625-inch base, 1.5-inch tall).

#151 trumpet shape, in pink slag (coral) (4.25-inch base, 8.75-inch tall).

#151 trumpet shape, in Pearl Blue (light blue slag) (4.25-inch base, 8.75-inch tall).

#151 wide base, in blue (note optic rays) (5-inch base, 7.75-inch tall).

#151 wide base, in crystal (note optic rays) (5-inch base, 7.75-inch tall).

#315, "bell twist" in Topaz (5-inch base, 9.5-inch tall).

Unidentified candleholder, possibly U.S. Glass, in Topaz (4.75-inch base, 8-inch tall).

"Twist-bobeche" in crystal (4.375-inch base, 9.375-inch tall).

#310 in opaque yellow (5.25-inch base, 9-inch tall).

#310 in blue (5.25-inch base, 9-inch tall).

#310 in opaque (5.25-inch base, 9-inch tall).

U.S. Glass Introduction

U.S. Glass Lines

U.S. Glass Bowls

U.S. Glass Comports

U.S. Glass Plates

U.S. Glass Vases

U.S. Glass Miscellaneous Pieces (trays, jars, mayos, etc.)

U.S. 310 Pieces

U.S. 314 Pieces

U.S. Glass Open Work Pieces

U.S. Unidentified Ray Pieces

U.S. Opaque Pieces