Lovely amber Imperial laced edge, depression glass, round bowl. The bowl has a hobnail design on the sides and a possible 'waffle' design on the bottom. It was made by the Imperial Glass Co. of Ohio, possibly the #743, criss-cross pattern. This pattern began in the 1930's and continued until the 1940's. It appears to have been discontinued and I'm not able to find much more information than this. This just might be that rare find that someone has been looking for.
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Great pair of EAPG pattern salt and pepper shakers made by Imperial.Not sure of the pressed glass pattern, maybe you know. Marked with the IG on the bottom. Tops are very nice, most likely have been replaced but possibly original. Excellent codition, with no chips or damages.. Measures 3 1/4" tall.
A beautiful domed butter dish by Imperial-Ohio glass Company. Cosmos pattern or also known as pattern 474. Clear pressed pattern glass with alternating cosmos and hobstars. This lovely butter dish is 6 inches tall and 7-1/2 inches dia. It has the Imperial Glass Co. mark and is in excellent condition.
Amazing & perfect, this old water pitcher was made by Imperial Glass Company and is their 1909 catalog. This elegant old gal celebrated her 100th birthday this year! She has been kept well and has no chips or cracks. Beautiful Diamond lace pattern in crystal clear. Measures 8 1/2" tall. PERFECT!!
A lovely old Imperial Glass dish from 1909. Hobstar and tassel crystal fluted bonbon or shallow serving plate. Actually more like a shallow bowl. Mold blown with ric-rac edges. Measures 7" in diameter and is 3/4" to 1 1/2" tall at flutes. Pristine condition with no chips or cracks. 100 years old!
From Imperial Glass in the Cape Cod pattern, a sherbet in nice condition. This glass may be older because it has a yellow tinge to it when looking at it thru the light. 3 5/8" diameter, 3 1/4: tall, square base. I also have 7 Salad plates 8" diameter.