This beautiful hand cut covered candy or vanity dish had us researching (in vain) for hours. We could not find exact pattern. However, it is similar to British patterns of the early 20 century as well as American ones of the Depression era.
This is a large crystal cut glass server. the pattern is 3 dimensional roses and lattice.
This is a 1/4 lb. Butter Dish in Anchor Hocking's Early American Prescut pattern.
These are four 8 oz.goblets in the Cape Cod pattern by Imperial Glass.
This is a 3 stick candle holder. This depression glass candleabra has a scrolled pattern which we could not identify.
This is a beautiful pink cut glass candy dish. It's 6 in. diameter and 2 in. deep (excluding the cover). The pattern has a starburst on the bottom and the sides are 2 rows of diamonds and 1 of petals.
Unknown pattern but beautiful! It's 10 in. diameter with center and 4 side compartments, clear with pressed stars on the underside. Serve your vegetables and dip with style!
This is a beautiful deeply cut glass Bride's Basket. It is approximately 8 in. tall and 6 in. across. The design is deep parallel cuts with a band of fired pink flowers and green leaves.
This 6" tall 9" diameter bowl is diamond cut lead crystal with a scalloped edge. Although it is typical of Lenox Crystal,its origin is unknown.
This is a vintage 14 piece punch bowl set in a classic Sandwich pattern. It is a punchbowl, stand, and 12 cups and makes a classy statement at any occasion.
This is a 15 piece punch bowl set from Federal Glass. It's in the Colonial Yorktown pattern often called Bubble. The set consists of the punch bowl, stand, 12 cups and 1 ladle. There are also 10 hangers for the cups. As with all glass punch bowl sets, this one makes a classy center piece for any occasion.
This dessert set is in the elegant art deco Manhattan pattern by Hocking. It is service for 6---6 cups, 6 cake/cookie plates, tray for cookies or sliced cake and 1 sugar bowl and 1 creamer.
Pink Cube Depression Glass is exquisite in the sun light. Its points reflect the sun like prisms. This oval dish is 10" long by 2" deep. Not just a relish tray--come outside the box----nuts, candy, pen/pencils.
This is an 8 in. diameter SANDWICH pattern candy dish / bowl from Duncan & Miller. It's 4 in. high with a flared beveled rim.
These are 10 small (5") fruit / dessert bowls in the Wexford pattern by Anchor Hocking.
This is an interesting pair of fruit bowls which my husband bought as a pair. Both are in the same hearts and roses pattern and at first glance look the same. HOWEVER, one is clearly marked KIM Indonesia and the other is not. The Indonesian bowl is apparently the reproduction of the other. The unmarked bowl's pattern is deeply cut and the glass is heavier!
This lovely fan shaped dish looks perfect on any vanity. The dish in the classic daisy and button pattern is 8 in. and signed AVON.
Although pattern and manufacturer are unknown, this beautiful large bowl (11 in. diameter by 7 in. height) is typically American brilliant cut glass. It is intricately patterned with a scalloped sawtooth edging.