COLONIAL (OMN) hig by Higbee, John B. Glass Company (1907-1918), introduced 1910
• AKA: Estelle
NOTE: Sid Lethbridge - The Paden City Glass Manufacturing Co. acquired the moulds after J B Higbee shutdown and issued this pattern as their No. 205.
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Shape: Mustard/Horseradish
Contributor: Jayne MacDonald

Shape: Standards (Foot & Stem)
Contributor: Matthew Cox

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: John Pfaff - sugar missing lid, 4H, 3.25D

Shape: Comport/Compotes
Contributor: Carol Mercurio Williams - 5.25D, 8H

Shape: Standards (Foot & Stem)
Contributor: Carol Mercurio Williams - 5.25D, 8H

Shape: Salts, open
Contributor: Robert Wilkin

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Matt Walt

Shape: Cups & Mugs
Contributor: Winfred Huff

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Shawna Reynolds Gay

Shape: Mustard/Horseradish
Contributor: Jayne MacDonald

Shape: Comport/Compotes
Contributor: Winfred Huff - 5.5D (Jelly, Belled)

Shape: Comport/Compotes
Contributor: Matthew Cox

Shape: Catalog Cut/Comparison Charts
Contributor: Sid Lethbridge

Shape: Toothpick/Match Holders
Contributor: Winfred Huff

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Andy Mockridge - 6D x 4H

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Andy Mockridge - 6D x 4H

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Diane Dittman Hanson-14.5H x 3 5/8 base D

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Diane Dittman Hanson-base of swung vase

Shape: Vase/Rose Bowl/Fernery
Contributor: Gay Bauwens

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: David Zeidler

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Matthew Cox

Shape: Celery Vases
Contributor: Linda Pacheco

Shape: Jars: Pickle/Marmalade/etc.
Contributor: Jayne MacDonald