Lettered pieces

Early Carnvial Glass makers were not about to overlook the lucrative business of providing special orders for promotional items or commemorative use. Most major manufacturers, with the exception of Imperial, made such items--either modifying existing patterns by adding the appropriate design and text, or by creating the design from scratch.

Most advertising and commemorative pieces are in short supply. They were no doubt originally made in substantial quantities, but many were likely discarded as they were viewed as tacky promotional objects.

Bellaire Good Will Tour
Bernheimer Bros.
Birmingham Age Herald
John H. Brand
Blum's Department Store
Brazier's Candies
Broecker's Flour
Brooklyn Bridge
Campbell and Beesley
Central Shoe Store
Cleveland Memorial Ashtray
Davidson's Society Chocolates
Dorsey and Funkenstein
Dreibus Parfait Sweets
Drink Coca Cola ashtray
E.A. Hudson Furniture
Eagle Furniture
Eat Paradise Sodas
Elks, Dugan
Elks, Fenton
Elks, Millersburg
Exchange Bank
Feldman Brothers Furniture
Fern Brand Chocolates
General Furniture
Geo. W. Getts
Gevurtz Bros Furniture
Good Luck, Fenton
Good Luck, Northwood
Greengard Furniture
H. Maday & Sons
Howard Furniture vases
Hudsons (Peacock Tail hat)
Illinois Solders and Sailors

Indianapolis Soldiers and
  Sailors Monument
Indiana State House
Isaac Benesch & Sons
Jockey Club
J N Ledford
J.R.Milner tumbler
Miller Furniture
Norris N. Smith
Ogden Furniture
Old Rose Distilling
Pacific Coast Mail Order
Paradise Sodas
Penny and Gentles
Quincy Jewelry
Rood's Chocolates
Smith, Norris N.
Spector's Department Store
Sterling Furniture
Truckey & Sons Dept Store
Utah Liquor Co.