These 1940ís Imperial Glass Co. Candlewick pattern 400/40S square candles are in super condition! The glass is bright and shiny with no problems. They were made from 1947 to 1951. Estate fresh from a farm china cabinet in South East Michigan.
Cobalt Fine Rib deco shot glass. Glass is mint, with no problems to report. This shot glass was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1930's and 1940's. These are the shot glasses for the little tiny ball jug pitcher. We have 5 of the glasses available for $10.00 each.
This is a pair of Indiana Glass amber divided dishes. Each measures 7" by 5" by 1.5" tall. They make great additions to any collection. Or can be used as intended for serving nuts or candy. They would also prettily top off a woman's vanity.
This pretty depression glass green Paneled Optic Candy Dish with Lid was made by Hazel Atlas from 1930 to 1932. This Candy Dish measures 5 3/4 inches high to top of knob X 4 3/4 inches in diameter. Both the candy bottom and lid are in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
It's a large bunch or grapes! This vintage Indiana Glass fruit bowl is 13 in. from stem tip to end, 9 1/2 wide and 3 3/4 in. tall. This is clear glass with the purple and green of a bunch of grapes on the underside
This geometrically art deco designed crystal bowl is the Crystal Reflections pattern from Mikasa. It is 7" in diameter and 4" tall. It is a very affordable heavy elegant piece of crystal that can proudly be displayed with Baccarat pieces of a very similar pattern.
This is a really pretty Crystal Iris and Herringbone depression glass Butter Dish with Lid made by Jeannette Glass from 1928 to 1932. Both the Butter Dish bottom and lid are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Be sure to search our other Iris available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email any questions. THANK YOU.
Beautiful Early Footed Custard Glass Fruit Bowl that's 11 3/4" diameter and 4 1/4" tall. Ruffled edge with embossed fruit pattern. This item is in excellent condition, No chips, cracks, flakes or other damage.
This rare beautiful vase was made by Dorflinger about 1910-1920. The design is a chrysanthemum and acid etched.The base is cut as well as the rim of the glass. It measures 10.25" tall and 4.25" wide.The bottom has normal ware.The price is $250.00.We are selling the item with free postage in the USA. The spot on the glass is from the flash on the camera.
This is a really pretty Floragold Louisa 10 Ounce, no band at top, Water Tumbler made by Jeannette Glass in the 1950s. This Tumbler is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Be sure to search our other Floragold available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
This pretty amber Radiance 2 3/4 Inch Cordial was made by New Martinsville Glass. This Cordial has a platinum band at the top. The Cordial is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The platinum is good but thin in some places. Be sure to search our other New Martinsville glass available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
This Cambridge Glass #1119 Eagle Bookend in Crystal is in excellent condition, no chips, nicks, scratches, etc. A couple small air bubbles in the glass. The wings on the Cambridge Eagle are more erect than the later reproduction (made by Imperial). This Cambridge Eagle is 6-1/4" tall, measuring to the tip of its taller wing (the Imperial repro is about 5" tall at the tallest part). The base is about 4" long by 4-1/4"wide, and the bird is about 6-1/4" long. Not easily found; made in the 1930s and... Click for details
This Cambridge Rose Point #3400/52 5.5" covered butter is the version with the petal knob (also comes with a round knob) and is in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, just a few very minor, light use marks inside. Cambridge made Rose Point etched items from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.