EAPG 19th c. Victorian childrens mugs came in a variety of sizes, are very collectible, and make a great display. 1- Little Bo Peep made by Dithridge & Co. of of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This piece was produced in 1879 and says Little Bo Peep on one side and Has lost her sheep on the other. This mug was supposed to be an advertisement for the company's "crystallography" treatment. An absolutely charming piece, this mug measures 3 1/2 high and 3 1/8" wide. 2- Mosser Cat and Puppy with Floral Bottom, measures 3" tall. 3- A mug from the Centennial in Philadelphia inscribed "1876" and J.M. Cresap, measures 3" tall. 4- A clear glass mug has a pattern of birds with nests. One nest has eggs and the other nest has young. Each is surrounded with lush growth of leaves and flowers. The surprise comes when you look at the bottom. It has an impression of a cat, made by either Atterbury Glass Co. or Challinor, Taylor and Co. both of Pittsburgh, PA circa 1881. Measures 3 1/2" tall and a little over 3" wide without handle. 5- Mckee Glass Childs Cup Eapg Bird And Harp Pattern 1880's Mug, 3" tall. Weight on all 2lb 10oz. PROVENANCE: A Cumberland Maryland and Charleston SC Private Estate.