This Cambridge Cleo etched light Willow Blue 10.75" Decagon #870 center keyhole handled sandwich server tray is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratches, etc. Book value is $125. Cambridge Glass made items with the Cleo etch from 1921-1945.
These Cambridge Cleo etched plates are in very good to excellent condition and priced under book value. No chips, cracks, or significant use marks (some have a few stacking marks or straw marks; 1 has a ding in the middle and another has a small foggy area). At least 5 are marked with the Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935). Each measures 8 9/16" across smallest distance and 9" point-to-point; considered the 8.4" luncheon plates. This pattern was made from 1925-1941.
This Cambridge Willow Blue 8" #698 Salad or Luncheon Plate on the Decagon blank and etched in CLEO measures almost 8" across the smallest portion and 8.4" point-to-point. (See separate listing for the slightly larger 8.4" Luncheon plates). It has a faint Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935) is in excellent condition; there is a 1/2" scratch underneath near the ring of the seat (otherwise excellent). Cambridge made this pattern from 1921-1945.
Still in it's original box is this cool 1960s "Silver Ribbon" Universal TV/FM Antenna. In new, unused condition. Manufactured by Kansai Televi Kogyo Co. Ltd and made in Japan. Likely from 1965 or thereabouts.
This Fry reamer was made around the 1960's and is in excellent condition except for the outer edge being a little rough. The measurements are 7.5" wide. It has a pouring spout and is signed. The piece is not blue, but pearl opalescent.The price is $38.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Imperial green compote was originally made to hold whipped cream, but could also be used for dried fruit,candy or nuts. It comes with a green spoon. It was produced in the 1930's and measures 5 3/8' high . It has a cut floral design and is in great condition.(guaranteed)The price is $48.00 plus postage and insurance.
This three footed Lancaster bowl is octagon in shape and contains the Phoenix etched pattern. It measures 7 1/2" across and approximately 3" high. It is in great condition except for some minor scratching. It contains a 6 sided star on the base. The price is $25.00 plus postage and insurance.
This five part relish has three rings with wheat cutting. The piece is in excellent condition with no problems.The measurements are 13.25"long and 7"wide at the large center circle. Produced approximately pre 1960's The price is $38.00 plus postage
This amber Cambridge Glass Set includes the #135 (Round) 10" Floral Engraved Cracker Plate with the #64 (Round) 5" Cheese Comport as seen in the 1930s and 1940s Cambridge Catalogs. Both pieces are in excellent, unused condition. Actual measurements (vs. Camrbidge listed measurements) are: Plate: 10 1/4"; Compote: 2 3/4" high by 5 3/4" wide.
This amber Cambridge Glass Set includes a gravy bowl and liner in the "Round" line (made 1920s-1940s). Both pieces are in excellent, unused condition. Measurements are: bowl: 8 1/2" wide and 5 3/4" high; liner: 9" long by 6" wide. See separate listing for Cambridge amber ladles if you need one for the set.
Vintage hard shell eyeglasses case with goldtone frame, hinged bottom and snap closure. Persimmon and yellow brocade silk on outer case, and lined with silver silk inside. Nice condition with no stains, or pulls.
This is a super retro item from the 1950s. This is a tidbit dish marked on the outside with "Tidbits" and then several examples you could put inside. Very nice soft pink color to the glass. Clear base.
1920's wall fixture.
Cast metal---5 pointed star design with many additions and flourishes of the Art deco period. Fleur-de-lis and bar designs similar throughout.
Connection wires and bar to attach to wall are on rear.
Real vintage fixture !!
Original brass or copper screws.
Made by the HALCOLITE Co...#787.
Mogul bulb needed
An elegant lady of fashion from the 20's era. Tall sleek and very deco. From her feather tiara and fan to her sleek glittery dress. Measures 13 1/4" tall and is on a wood base with brass plaquard that says "Jerome Collection". Not sure of the material she is made of. My friend says porcelain, and I say resin. It really is hard to say. None the less, she is lovely, and there are no damages.