These Hazel Atlas Golden Topaz (yellow) ROXANA footed Sherbets are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, roughness, etc. Hazel Atlas Glass made only 7 different items in this pattern, in 1932 only. See the second picture for a close-up of the pattern.
This amber LE Smith's Romanesque 10 1/2" (low) bowls is in excellent condition; book value $45+. Might be a spot or 2 of inner rim roughness, nothing significant. The Romanesque pattern, featuring geometric jeweled arches, was made in the early 1930s.
This Westmoreland Della Robbia (#1058) 12" Bowl (flat, flared, with blue grape stain version called pastel) is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or wear. Westmoreland Glass made this pattern from late 1920s into the 1940s.
These Westmoreland Della Robbia (#1058) 9 luncheon plates are in very good to excellent condition, minor wear to lustre, but mostly intact. Dark stain version (purple vs. blue grapes) but the purple is not a heavy stain. No chips, cracks, or scratches. All plates match one another. Westmoreland Glass made this pattern from 1928 into the 1940s.
These Westmoreland DELLA ROBBIA 4 3/4" 8 oz Footed Tumblers or Goblets have the pastel vs. dark stain (i.e., blue rather than purple grapes). These are all in very good condition, with no chips or cracks, just some wear to the stain on some of the apples and some variation in the color of the darker stain. Della Robbia was made from 1928 into the 1940s.
This pink 6.5" high tab-handled ice tub in Paden City's Line #191 or #191 1/2 Party Line (also known as Soda Fountain) is in excellent condition, no flaws noted. Nice size, made late 1920s into the 50s.
This charming pair of silhouettes on glass depict fishing scenes. In one a little fisherman sits on the dock while a friend leans over his shoulder. The second shows our little fisherman presenting his catch to mother. The background pictures are slightly warped due to moisture. They measure 4" x 5".
This vintage 8" light green bud vase from an estate collection is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, etc. Exact age/maker unknown but the color is the same as the light green color used by Paden City, Cambridge, US Glass, etc. It has a scalloped edge and optic body.
This set of Hazelware SEASHELL pattern 4 3/4" Dessert or Salad Bowls in Capri blue includes 3 in excellent condition and 2 with minor chips (on the scalloped edge, so not very noticeable). Hazelware made Capri in the 1960s.
These 3 3/4" clear glass footed cordials or whiskey or bar tumblers are in mint condition; no chips, cracks, roughness, etc. Holds 3.5 oz to the rim, so I would say 2 oz comfortably. Design is similar to several Depression era companies, but I haven't identified the pattern specifically. Definitely from the 1920s/1930s or earlier. Price is for a set of 5.
These Depression era 5" Wine Stems have an amethyst bowl and simple crystal stem and base; all 3 are in perfect condition. I haven't been able to identify the maker or pattern, but the quality is such that they must be from one of the elegant glass makers (Cambridge, Fostoria, etc.). The color matches Cambridge's Amethyst exactly. Each holds 3 oz., the standard wine size of the era, better for use as a cocktail or cordial today.