Here is a Viking glass company, Prelude pattern #5247 Princess footed creamer and sugar. They both have scalloped tops. The creamer is about 3 3/4" high and the sugar is about 3 1/4" high. The set is in mint condition. Email if you have any questions.
This vintage bowl is in the Quilted Star pattern and was produced by Indiana Glass from the 1950's to 1970's. It is 5 1/2" in diameter and 3" tall. The bowl has a ruffled top and is in excellent condition. Shipping and ins. will be added to price based on zip code. Thanks for looking at Simply Silver!
Seneca Glass Co. made this boxed set of Driftwood in the 1960's-70. There is 2 of each color Heather, Gray, Amber, Moss Green. The 3.5" 9 oz tumblers are in great shape. Click on enlargements to see the top of the box. Thanks for looking.
This pretty Fairfield honey gold amber compote/candy dish is 3 3/4" tall and 4 1/2" diameter. It is in good used condition with no chips or cracks. This pressed glass pattern was produced by Anchor Hocking from 1972 to 1977. Shipping and ins. will be added to price based on zip code. Thanks for looking at Simply Silver!
This Fostoria etched pattern has a flower bouquet set in a cone shaped holder that looks like an ice cream cone and has ribbons and streamers that tie around the bouquet and trail around the bouquet. This pattern was produced from 1935 to 1959. It is 5 5/8" tall and 7 3/4" long. It is in VGC with no chips or cracks, but does have a very small scratch at the top rim. It is a very pretty candle holder. Shipping and ins. will be added based on zip code. Thanks for looking at Simply Silver.
Here are 3 fire king luncheon sets with the sandwich plates and cups. The plates are about 10 3/8 inches across. There are no fire king markings on them. The have flowers painted on them and they are in mint condition. Email if you have any questions.
Here is a Fire King marked turquoise round vegetable bowl. It is marked on the bottom and is about 8 1/4 inches across. It is in great condition for its age with a few utensil marks inside the bowl and a couple of tick bites on the edge.