What Is a Flower Frog?

Most popular during the first half of the 20th century, flower frogs are used to arrange flowers and were likely called frogs because they are set in water. Made from ceramic, glass or metal, they come in an amazing variety of forms as seen in Great Collections.

I collect two styles, blocks and lids. Blocks were set in the bottom of vases with the stems of the flowers placed in the holes and were often sold with a matching bowl. Lids were set on vases with the stems placed through the holes and were sold with a vase.

You'll find photos of my flower frog collection below, and you may also view complete catalogs of my Ceramic and Glass collections.

Peter Christensen
Peter@MyFlowerFrogs.com


Photos of My Collection

My First Photo

The Beginning of My Flower Frog Collection

Rookwood

My Rookwood Flower Frog Collection

Rookwood with Patterned Mold

My Patterned Rookwood Flower Frog Collection

Rookwood with Plain Mold

My Plain Rookwood Flower Frog Collection

Roseville

My Roseville Flower Frog Collection

Weller

My Weller Flower Frog Collection

Peters & Reed, Red Wing, Rosemeade,
Stangl, Awaji, and Fulper
(left to right)

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

Other Photos of My Collection

Some of My Pretty Ceramic Flower Frogs
The Flower Frogs on My Coffee Table
The Flower Frogs on My End Table
Some of My Pretty Glass Flower Frogs
My Green Glass Flower Frogs