This round cake pan is oven proof and has the cornflower blue pattern. It is in prime like new condition and is 9" inside and 2" high. It measures 10.5" with handles It was made around 1950's or 60's.The price is $8.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Fire King Cornflower pattern 2 quart casserole and lid are in excellent like new condition without any problems. It is great ovenware and was produced around 1950 or 1960. The pattern is blue on white glass.The price is $12.00 plus postage and insurance.The measurements are 5" high with lid and 11" wide with handles.
This Fire King hot plate is signed and in shiny like new condition. The inside measurements without the handles is 6.5" round. It was made around 1950-60. The measurements with handles is 10.5" wide and 1.5" high. The price is $12.00 plus postage and insurance.
This lovely Old Cafe candy dish and lid was probably made around the 1930's and is in excellent condition There are tint balls on the handles and around the nob of the lid. It measures 6" wide with handles and 3" high. The price is $35.00 plus postage and insurance.
This 13.5" X 2.75" crystal Sonata bowl has five carved tulips around the rim. The base is ground and polished and the condition is excellent and glistening. It was made somewhere between 1944-1965. This would make a fine gift or a present to ones self. The price is $36.00 plus postage and insurance.
These sapphire blue casserole lids are in excellent condition and were made from 1941-50. The small one measures 5.5 with an inside measurement of 5".The large one measures 7.25" with an inside measurement of 6.5" They both have knob handles. The price for two is $15.00 plus postage and insurance.
This lovely turquoise blue bowl was made from 1957-58 along with a set of dishes. It is called splash proof because of its depth and measures 8.5" wide and 5.5" high. It is in excellent condition and is bright and shiny.The price is $25.00 plus postage and insurance
Very interesting and very rare item. This is a rare (And obsolete / defunct) badge for employee of Sing Sing prison. I am not sure when numbered badges were put into use there but this would have been shortly thereafter with a low badge number of 171. Really a great look to this badge with an even and pleasant degree of age wear on the front (See photos). While the main anchoring would be done by the screwback on the reverse I believe there may have been a stabilizing pin on the reverse of the e... Click for details
Cremax was made by the MacBeth-Evans Division of Corning Glass Works in the late 1930's. It washes easily, stays in service for years and resists cracking and chipping. This plate is 12" wide and .75" high. The price is $15.00 plus postage and insurance.
Cremax was made by the MacBeth Evans Division of Corning Glass Works in the late 1930's.It washes easily and stays in service for years and resists cracking.These two plates are 9" wide and .75" high.The yellow plate has slight wear. The pink plate is in excellent condition. I am selling the two plates for$12.00 plus postage and insurance.
Although these were listed under MacBeth-Evans they were made by Corning glass and are heat resistant.Each one is signed on the back. They measure 9.50 wide and 3/4" high and are in excellent condition.It was the beginning of Corning Ware.The price is 6 for $49.00 or $9.00 each plus postage and insurance. Please let us know how many you want.
These beautifully made red shot glasses have ground buttons. They are in excellent condition and hold 2.5oz and are 2.375" tall They date to 1932 and book for $75.00 each. One row of dots pop out,the next row of dots pop in- popeye. The price is three for $35.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Archaic Line green cheese comport by Paden City has been in my posession forever looking for the cheese plate. Maybe you have it. The comport is in excellent condition. It stands 2" high and 5.75" wide. The price is $65.00 plus postage and insurance.
Jeannette DARK jadite green glass square FLOUR range shaker, this is the darker set of jadite that Jeannette made in the 1930's, 4 5/8" tall and 2 3/8" wide, couple of small pressed in areas on lid. Excellent condition.
Red Circles Vitrock Glass grease jar or canister, made as part of the Fire King line by Anchor Hocking in the 1950's, 5 1/4" tall & 5" wide and about 3 3/4" deep,has screw on metal lid in contrast to other drippings jar in the set. Excellent condition.