This is a wonderful matching white milk glass open sugar and cream pitcher set by Hocking Glass Company, circa 1934 to 1937, in the vitrock flower rim pattern. They have pretty flowers that look like daisies all around the rim. Both pieces are an unusual oval shape. They are both 2.25 inches high and 4.25 by 6 inches across on the sugar, and 4.25 by 5.5 inches across on the creamer. Both are in excellent mint condition. These are great depression glass pieces and would make great gifts for eithe... Click for details
This beautiful glass vase I believe is Bristol. Very thin and delicate with lots of milk glass fire when held to the light. All hand painted in a nice dark green color.The paint is thick and has relief to it. A large open rose and a bud with leaves. Relief decorated dots accent the pedestal. Measures 9 1/4" tall and is in pristine condition.