Flower Frog Collections

Most popular during the first half of the 20th century, flower frogs were used to arrange flowers and were likely called "frogs" because they were set in water. Made from ceramic, glass or metal, flower frogs came in a great variety of forms.

I collect two styles, blocks and lids. Blocks were often sold with a matching bowl, and the flower stems were placed in the holes of the "frog" as it set in water in a bowl. Lids were sold with a vase, and the flower stems were placed through the holes and down into the water.

Peter Christensen


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Photos of My Collection


My Rookwood Flower Frog Collection

Complete Rookwood Collection

My Rookwood Flower Frog Collection

Rookwood Pie


My Roseville Flower Frog Collection


My Zanesville Flower Frog Collection

Crown Flower Holders


My Weller Flower Frog Collection

Complete Weller Collection

Easter Basket Flower Frogs by Weller

Easter Basket

Cupcake Flower Frogs by Weller



My Fulper Flower Frog Collection

I love Fulper glazes


My Haeger Flower Frog Collection

Left to right: Awaji, Fulper, Red Wing,
Stangl, and Rosemeade

My Flower Frogs by Awaji, Fulper, Red Wing, Stangl, and Rosemeade

Brush-McCoy (left) and Peters & Reed (right)

My Flower Frogs by Brush-McCoy and Peters & Reed

Van Briggle

My Van Briggle Flower Frog Collection


My Westmoreland Flower Frog Collection

Clockwise from top: Japana,
Davidson, and Viking

My Flower Frogs by Japana, Davidson, and Viking


My Cambridge Flower Frog Collection

Other Photos

The Beginning of My Flower Frog Collection

First Collection Photo

Some of My Small Glass Flower Frogs

The Frog King and His Court

Some of My Pretty Ceramic Flower Frogs

Pretty Ceramics

The Flower Frogs on My Coffee Table

Coffee Table

The Flower Frogs on My End Table

End Table

Some of My Pretty Glass Flower Frogs

Pretty Pastels

My Green Glass Flower Frogs

Lime Jello