This Cambridge Glass cup and saucer (with a Rock Crystal Laurel Wreath and Line etch on an Emerald Green Light Pristine or Round blank) is marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935) and is in excellent condition; no flaws.
This Cambridge Glass #3400/65 14" Chop or Torte Plate (serving platter or tray) in Willow Blue is in good, useful condition. There are 2 inner cracks or manufacturing flaws on the polished base (underneath) the plate; they don't go all the way through to the plate and can be seen in picture 3 and from the top in the other pictures. There is also what looks like some acid from a nearby etching process on the same base near one of the cracks, but you need to look more carefully to see that flaw. T... Click for details
This is the square version of the #3400 Cambridge 6 Bread and Butter or Dessert plate in ebony (black). Its in excellent condition (no chips, cracks or use marks) and is marked underneath with the C in a triangle (pre 1935). See separate listing for 7 of the 7 Ύ Salad or Luncheon Plates in the same color and pattern.
This is the square version of the Cambridge Glass #3400 7 3/4" luncheon plate in Ebony (black); all are in superb condition (the white on the picture is just the flash from the camera). Signed with the C in a triangle, made pre 1935. See separate listing for same plate in 6" (bread and butter size).
This Cambridge 13.5" #3400/58 Tab Handled Oval Platter or Tray in Emerald Green Light is signed with the C in a triangle (pre 1935) and is in very good + condition. There are no chips, cracks, or flea bites, but there are a few marks here and there. None of the marks/scratches are heavy and I would almost call this excellent, but I reserve that word for near mint items and the few stray marks indicate that this large old tray has been moved about; I would not expect such a large piece without et... Click for details
This crystal Cambridge Glass ROSELYN etched 11" #3400/45 4 Footed Console or Center bowl is square, crimped, and in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, might find a mark or two if you inspect closely enough. Made c 1930s.
These green Federal Georgian (Lovebirds) 4.5" small berry bowls are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, might be very minor wear, a tiny flea bite you can feel, or manufacturing irregularities but nothing significant. Federal Glass made this pattern from 1931-1936.
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.
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.