This is very possibly Cambridge Rosepoint Glass, this is a larger than usual double / twin stick candle holder. It features a typical art deco arched feather like center with the two holders branching from it. The base is clear glass with etched laurels around the circumference.
This really pretty amber Ribbed Optic Panels Night or Guest Pitcher, with Lid, was made by Paden City in the 1920s and 1930s. This Pitcher measures 6 3/4 inches high to the lip on the knob and has applied handles. Both the Pitcher and Lid are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
This pair of pretty crystal clear Gazebo Candlesticks was made by Paden City. The Gazebo design is gold encrusted in the base of each candlestick. They measure 6 inches high and both are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The gold is all very good. We guarantee all items to be as described. Please feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
This amber 2 piece covered powder jar was made by The Paden City Glass Co. in the 1940's. It was used for a powder jar, or a "rings and things" storage jar. The top lifts off for access to the storage area. Women used these on their dressers to remind them of the boys overseas.
Paden City green "Party Line" Water Set. Pitcher with lid and 4 tumblers. All pieces are in excellent condition with no damage or use marks. $150 for the pitcher, $15 each for the tumblers or $185 for the whole set.
This fantastic Paden City Crow's Foot square compote is dazzling with its chintz pattern of wild daises. The chintz pattern covers both the bowl and the foot. Perfect for display or to offer as a thoughtful gift. This lovely Art Deco glass piece stands 6" tall and 8" across the bowl. This bright, vintage compote stem is in excellent condition.
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Beautiful crystal pair of single candleholders made by Paden City Glass in the Vale #444 or also known as Alexander pattern. These have a wheel cut pattern on the base of each. They measure 6 1/2" tall and are in pristine condition. These are often confused with Imperial's candlewick pattern, and mixes nicely. Sold as a pair.