Beautiful Heisey footed creamer and sugar, waverley blank with the #1515 rose etching. Made from 1949-1957. Measures 3 1/2" TALL AND IS IN PRISTINE CONDITION. SPARKLING AND BEAUTIFUL, WITH NO DAMAGES. SOLD AS A SET.
This litle vase is made for Tiara glass in a pretty rose pattern. The color name is platinum, but is actually more of a blue color. Measures 3 3/4" tall, and is perfect for cards or small bouquets of flowers. Perfect condition. I believe Fenton made these for Tiara.
The Heisey Glass Co. made the Rose pattern from 1949 to 1957. This 1 ounce cordial is 4-1/4" tall and measures 1-5/8" across the top. It is in perfect condition. White spots in photo are light reflections.
The Heisey Glass Co. made the Rose pattern from 1949 to 1957. This 5 ounce footed juice tumbler is 5-3/8" tall and measures 2-1/2" across the top. It is in perfect condition. White spots in photo are light reflections.
The Heisey Glass Co. made the Rose pattern from 1949 to 1957. This 9 ounce water goblet is 6-1/4" tall and measures 3-1/2" across the top. It is in perfect condition. White spots in photo are light reflections.
Heisey Rose plates, 8 3/8" luncheon size but also great for dessert or an appetizer, shape is the elegant Waverly. Excellent condition with no utensil marks as well as no chips or cracks or cloudiness.
We are offering for sale an elegant Heisey Rose Butter Dish. This striking piece is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The butter is not signed. Heisey Rose was produced from 1949 to 1957. If you have questions about this item please feel free to contact us with them.
Heisey Rose etched divided relish dish,3 parts including one longer one so designed as a "celery relish", also great for candies or nuts! wonderful huge etched roses, 11" long and 7 1/2" wide. Excellent condition.
This Fostoria MIDNIGHT ROSE (etching #316) 10 1/2" bowl is in excellent condition; it's on the #2470 blank, which was mostly made plain (very few pieces were etched). This 4-footed bowl has gently scalloped edges and a book value of $85. This pattern was made from 1933-1957.