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
3 McKee 40 oz. white Canisters, all with lids and all in excellent/mint condition with no damage to the canister or lid. Coffee, Cereal & Flour. Lettering is also excellent on all 3. $85 for one or $75 each on orders of two or more.
3 McKee Ships 4x5" Refrigerator Dishes that all are in excellent condition with no damage and good decals. One lid is pictured, but I have all three. All lids are marked Mck and are in good condition except for a chip on the edge of one. $25.00 for one dish, $20.00 each for two or three.
McKee Ships 5x8" Refrigerator Dish with the hard to find white lid. Bottom is excellent except for one small nick on the upper edge. Lid looks unused with no damage. Decal is better than the picture. My flash seems to have faded it a bit. Base & lid both have the McKee mark.
I believe this casserole bottom is made by McKee, as they make a cameo pattern just like it with same wedgewood blue coloring and appearance. 1 1/2 Quart, and measures 7 5/8 in diameter and 3" deep. Fired on blue is in very nice condition with barely a trace of wear. Pattern appears to be Greecian dancing ladies with an urn and swags. No chips, cracks or scratches. There is no lid, but a standard pyrex lid should fit.
Red glass razor blade hone made by the McKee Glass Co. in the war years of the 1940s. These embossed hones were used to sharpen razor blades so the metal blades could be reused again and again, and the metal saving went for the war effort. This item comes with its original instructions and a contract that would make you a dealer or distributor of these unique items during that time. They were from a local company here in Toledo Ohio. New old stock!