COLUMBIA by Beaumont
AKA: Beaumont #100
- Renamed for the Columbian Exposition of 1893.
COLORS: Clear c Ruby Stained g Vaseline g
(not all pieces may have been made in all colors)
PIECES: Extensive in number. Pieces may have been “completed” and/or marketed by other companies, although the glass and pattern are made by Beaumont. Originally purposed for souvenir ware, the upper portions of pieces like the sugar, creamer, tumblers, etc. had smooth, blank areas for custom marks, etc. Pickle jars were made with rims but no lids for sale to other companies. Silver plate & other metal work companies would create their own lines by buying combining the glass inserts with their own frames and lids. Partial listing follows.
Vases ~ flared and cupped
Tableware service including:
« Berry Set
« Fruit Bowls ~ 9” & 10” on standards
« Bread Plate ~ 10”
« Plate ~ 8”
« Tumblers (2 separate designs)
« Salt & Pepper* (square shaped)
« Salt & Pepper*(round with bulbous bottoms)
« *Undertray available ~ also sold as a Pin Tray and Underplate
« Condiment Set: S&P Shakers and Cruet with Undertray
« Jelly Compote
« Syrup Can with pewter lid
« Relish Tray ~ rounded ends ~ 10”
« Relish Tray ~ squared ends ~ 11”
« Toothpick Holder
« Water Set
Information and photos provided by our member Dave Peterson. See post #618 – Glass Lovers Glass Database Yahoo Group, February 16, 2008 @10:33 am – for additional information and link to photo of pickle castor and original catalog insert.
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