This tall retro milk glass cup has "Irish Coffee" and a shamrock on two sides. The lettering is classic Gaelic in green. There are no cracks or flaws. The gold rim is worn due to time. Order by e-mail
This is a large glass juice reamer. There is no manufacturer's logo or name. The pattern and style is very unusual. With its vertical glass on glass striping and elongated flattened handle, it seems art deco. However, research dates it from the '40's to '50's.
This is a retro Eames era coffee carafe (10 cup), stamped David Douglas Flame Proof. It is gold striped with a gold band. Striping is slightly worn.
This was an interesting find. These are a set of 8 Phoenix Gazette memorial drinking glasses. Each one features a seperate article important to Arizona, country, or world history...
This set of 1950's 4in. Pyrex shakers are typical of the era, having three gold bands on clear glass (no "S" or "P").
This is a unique smaller (4 in. diameter) juicer/reamer. It is stamped "Patented Jan. 6th 1909". It is handblown and has bubble imperfections. Although the spout is slightly chipped, it is nit noticeable. Order by e-mail: Bigfootcataz@wmconnect.com
This Anchor Hocking Depression Era is clear bevelled glass with 5 pencil thin stripes. The pitcher is in very good condition, having no chips or scratches. However, some of the striping has faded with ages.
This is a Federal Glass 6in bowl from the "sprayed colors" collection of 1976 .
This is a retro Glasbake "pale yellow" casserole bowl. Order by e-mail: Bigfootcataz@wmconnect.com
This is a 750 ml. vintage Pyrex Cinderella in the Homestead Pattern
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This is a great retro mug by Siesta Ware. The majority of the glass is red. There are two imprints of the American Eagle. The handle is wood and a gold band circles the glass.
Retro 40's - 50's serving elegance, these 10 " oval snack trays have a twisting vine pattern complemented by side cuts. Although we are not positive, we believe that this is a Fancy Glass pattern and was made by Anchor Hocking. Quite elegant and in excellent condition with no noticeable flaws. Order by e-mail: BigFootCatPhx@aol.com
No, it's not Corningware! This is a rare Anchor-Hocking pattern, also called "Cornflower". It was made in the 1960's-70's. It is NOT for stove top use. This 3 piece set includes a 1 qt. round, 1.5 qt. round and 1.5 qt. oval ---no lids. Dishes are in very good condition.b
No, it's not Corningware! This is a rare Anchor-Hocking pattern, also called "Cornflower". The "blue" of this piece is much lighter than seen in other pieces of this pattern.It was made in the 1960's-70's. It is NOT for stove top use. This piece is a 1 qt. round. Cover i not original but it work!