GTC - RGL Antiques

By: Early American Glass  09-12-2011

All items are guaranteed to be as described.

Payment Methods

  1. We accept cash OR
  2. Checks (Items released after check has cleared)

Delivery (shipping)

A confirmed address is normally the address where your credit card statement is sent to, also known as the "Card Holders Address"

For the security of our customers and to limit our liability we will only deliver to a confirmed address, if you submit an order with an address that is unconfirmed your order will be cancelled and your payment returned.

All shipping and insurance is arranged by RGL Antique's, unless you request otherwise. We deliver worldwide by the most secure and cost effective method available.

Authentication & Condition

We carefully inspect every item on our site, and make a fair and professional judgment on whether its condition is Good, Excellent, Perfect or Mint. If the item doesn't fall into one of these categories, we don't sell it. If there is any wear or restoration present, we report this, and we can provide more detailed photographs on request.

We do offer a

Layaway Plans

. A 25 % non refundable deposit can be made up front and then we will set the item aside.  We ask that you pay us within the 30 day time frame. 

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Past Sales - RGL Antiques

Eight vertical ribs condition undamaged except for a very minor rough spot on the inside of vase. Reference Lowell Innes Book on Pittsburgh Glass page 237 plate 235 for similar candlesticks. American pillar molded amber vases are extremly rare and can only be found in museums. This candlestick was either made from a western glass house or Boston Sandwich. Excellent, free from cracks, chips and other types of loses.