American Sweetheart was produced by MacBeth Evans Glass Company from 1930 to 1936. It's one of the most popular of all depression glass patterns - and it's easy to see why. Offered here is the 6 inch plate in pink. Excellent condition, I have 8 available. Price is per plate. See my other listings for more in this pattern - including dinner plates and flat soup bowls.
Lovely rich amber glasses measures 5 1/4" tall. American pattern. These may be Fostorias glasses. The quality of the finish is nice,and the glasses are heavy in weight. All are in perfect condition. I have 5 in this size. Price is for each. I also have the larger ice teas listed in my catalog. Take a look! We will be listing the pitcher also, ask.
Beautiful rich amber footed tea glasses in Colony's Whitehall pattern. These look like Fostoria's American pattern. They are nice and heavy. Very polished look. Each measures 6" tall and is in perfect condition. Price is for each. I will be listing the pitcher also, and smaller glasses... ask.
American is perhaps the most widely recognized pattern that Fostoria Glass Company produced. Offered here is the tea size sugar & creamer in perfect condition. The creamer holds about 3 oz to the bottom of the spout. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
This lampshade was produced by MacBeth Evans Company during the 1930's. It is pictured in the newest depression glass encyclopedia by Mauzy under American Sweetheart, though it is not strictly the American Sweetheart pattern. 7 inches in diameter, the shade has ribs and a scalloped edge like American Sweetheart. The pattern, however, is alternating lyres and flowers on each panel. There are also stars around the top opening of the shade. These details are very hard to photograph, but I think you... Click for details