Mckee Seville Yellow round, 48 oz., Cereal & Sugar Canisters. Both are in excellent condition with no damage to either the lid or the base. A little fading to the lettering on the Cereal, but nothing else. Both have the McK circle on the bottom. $100 for the Sugar, $85 for the Cereal.
McKee Outlined P .. Salt and Sugar shakers. They are both in very good condition with no chips, no cracks, no damage to the glass. As you can see in the photo, the Sugar shaker graphics are clearer than the Salt. Original green painted lids, wear to the sugar lid, but not the salt. These shakers stand 4 1/2 inches to the top of the lid. Questions encouraged, and welcome before buying!
The maker of this deco pattern is McKee Glass in the 1930's. It is line #156 and the pattern is OPTIC OCTAGON. Hazel Marie Weatherman named the pattern "TRICIA" in her book before the real pattern name and maker was known. This information came to us from a collector "in the know". This is a stunning pink color and has a beautiful pattern.
This is a really nice crystal ribbed glass Refrigerator Bottle with Lid and metal spout made by McKee. This Jar measures 10 1/2 inches long X 5 1/2 inches X 5 inches. The Bottle is in very good condition. The bottom has no chips, cracks or cloudiness. The lid has a tiny, 1/8 inch flea bit on the site facing you in the picture. The metal spout is very good with very slight discoloration. It works. Be sure to search our other kitchen items available. We guarantee all items to be as... Click for details
This is a glass cake pan / jello mold manufactured by Glasbake in the forties. It is a heavy glass mold with vertical rib-design around the outer sides. Although it was part of the "crystal" colored line, it has a tint of yellow. It is marked Glasbake Queen Anne, D-133-413 patent pending. It is 8 3/4 in. in diameter and is 2 1/2 in.=
McKee Delphite Blue 1 lb. Butter Dish. Nice, but not quite perfect. Two corners on the base have flakes (flat chips) and a couple tiny nicks on the bottom edge of the top. Still displays very nicely and a very nice item considering how hard it is to find one of these.
This is an estate fresh, 1930's depression era glass coaster ash tray & drinking glass. It is not marked and it is a beautiful pink color. The tumbler holds about 14 oz. The ash tray has 3 cigar rests on it, and the coaster part has raised up edges or ribs for the tumbler to sit on and keep the bottom dry. Since we bought this together, we assume that it was made, and sold together as a unit. It might be for a hotel guest room. Both pieces are in great condition! These were usually used in the... Click for details