This American Brilliant Cut Glass bowl is unsigned and unknown. It is an exquisitely simple design of hobstars and glass geometrics. It is 3" high and 8" in diameter and is in excellent condition.
This magnificant American Brilliant Cut Glass bowl is a signed Krys-Tol from the Jefferson Glass Co. From 1907 to 1928, Jefferson produced cut glass. Afterwards,the Krys-tol trademark was used in various forms on utility pattern glassware. Our bowl is 4" high and 9" in diameter. Other than a couple of nicks in its sawtooth rim, it is in very good condition. The price reflects these imperfections.
The cutting house and pattern of this 8" square brilliant cut glass ice cream is not known. It is finely cut and similar to the popular Estelle pattern. There is a tiny chip in a corner sawtooth; but perfect everywhere else. The price reflects this slight imperfection.
This elegant 11 inch cut glass vase is in an ornate pattern of squares containing hobstars and daisy buttons with a sawtooth top edge
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.
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.
Diamond cut rays from a sunburst center make this rectangular tray a unique find. It is 7" x 5" and shallow.
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 ivy ball cut glass vase. The diameter is 6" and it's 6 1/2" tall. It is heavy crystal with a deep cut Diamond and Fan design. Age and origin are unknown
This is a beautiful deeply cut glass Bride's Basket. It is approximately 8 in. tall and 6 in. across. The design is cross cut diamonds with frosted roses beneath the handle.
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 is a lovely, vintage clear glass fan shaped vanity dish in the classic "Daisy and Button" pattern deeply pressed on its bottom side with sections of ribs made to resemble those in a fan. In perfect condition with no chips, cracks, or discoloration of glass. This is the vintage fan pattern which Avon later produced in a smaller version. This none measures 10-5/8 inches wide from edge to edge and is 7-1/8 long while the Avon copy is 7 inches. BigFootCat also has the smaller one in stock.
This is a beautiful depression glass divided relish tray. It has four "irregularly" shaped divisions plus a center well for dip. It is 12" in diameter.
This is 12 1/2 in. diameter cut depression glass divided relish tray. It is simply divided into 3 sections.
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.
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 an 8 in. diameter SANDWICH pattern candy dish / bowl from Duncan & Miller. It's 4 in. high with a flared beveled rim.