The Heisey Collectors Association made this horse in black from an original Heisey mold in 1985. It is clearly marked and was produced by Imperial Glass (IG logo also on this piece). It stands 4" tall.
This Diamond Optic pattern Octagon bon bon is in excellent condition. It has two wedge shaped handles. The ends are turned up and the bottom is ground.The piece measures 6.5" wide. It was produced from 1925-37. The price is $48.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Heisey octagon bowl or bon bon measures 7 1/8" from one wedged shaped handle to the other.The bottom is ground and the piece is in excellent condition except for some minor wear.This piece is not signed.The piece was produced from 1927-35.The price is $25.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Heisey pink octagon cup and saucer one set only is signed and was produced from 1928-37. The bottom is ground and the cup measures approximately 2 1/2" high. The saucer measures 6" wide. The pair is in great condition , ( guaranteed)The price is $25.00 plus postage and insurance.
This is one of three geese figurines produced by Heisey. The "Wings Up" piece, 1942 to 1953, is solid glass and shows very good detail. It measures 7 1/2" in length from the tip of his beak to the tip of his tail. He is approximately 6 1/2" in height at the tip of his wings.
Orchid is one of Heisey's most popular and collected etched designs. It was produced from 1940 to 1957 and is showcased here on this beautiful Queen Ann cup and saucer.
The cup is approximately 2 3/4" in height and 3 3/4" in diameter at the rim. The matching saucer is about 6 1/2" in diameter. Both pieces are in EXCELLENT condition and all are hallmarked with the Heisey "Diamond H". Last set available! ... Click for details
Produced on the Waverly blank from 1940 to 1957 is this lovely Heisey covered candy with the popular Orchid etching.
At approximately 8" in height with the lid in place, the pedestal candy dish features seahorse handles and a unique lid finial. This item is in EXCELLENT condition...free of any chips, nicks, cracks or discoloration. A real treasure! ... Click for details