ROYAL (OMN) bel by Belmont Glass Works (1866-1890), C. 1881
• AKA: Belmont's Royal #1; Royal Lady
NOTE: The Royal pattern has ball finials and feet. A later version with a skirted base and more conventional finial was called Venus by Belmont. - The Belmont Glass Works, 1866-1890 page 51.
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Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Dish
Contributor: Gail Morrison Curley catalog called it Oval and Cover

Shape: Finials & Lids
Contributor: Martin Chaffee - 6.9D

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Jason Burgess

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Jason Burgess

Shape: Standards (Foot & Stem)
Contributor: Jason Burgess

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: Vicki Smith-Drysdale

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: Svetlana Campbell

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Nick Downs

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Table Sets
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Footed Bowls/Low Comports
Contributor: Bob Harrigan

Shape: Comport/Compotes
Contributor: Gail Morrison Curley

Shape: Finials & Lids
Contributor: Gail Morrison Curley

Shape: Creamers
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Celery Vases
Contributor: Jim Thielen

Shape: Celery Vases
Contributor: Jim Thielen

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: Jim Masterson

Shape: Plates - Platter
Contributor: Jim Masterson

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Don Bonsal