This is a generous 6 in. diameter x 2in. deep beveled candy dish. Having a silver overlay on the rim and 2 handles, it also has silver ferns on the inside proclaiming "25th Anniversary".
Free shipping.This is a vintage covered wedding box in Amberina color. I believe that it was made by Jeannette Glass Co. It is marked # 13. It is the larger size and is 4.25 in. square and stands 9 in. from the base of the pedestal to the top of the cover. Use as a candy dish, vanity or dresser box. These were made by firing on amberina colors. The pedestal base and the knob on the lid are a red color and the rest of the glass is an amber or marigold color...
This very rare clear to cut bowl has the turquoise coloring on the inner surface of the outer cut. This gives an illusion of the blue rather than a solid coloring. It has a hobstar and diamond star pattern. It is not signed and we cannot identify the cutting house. It is 8" in diameter and 3" high. This bowl makes a great talking piece for any collection.
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 punch bowl set is in the Arlington pattern (from Anchor Hocking), featuring diamonds and fans. The set consists of 1 punch bowl and 8 cups.
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!
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
This 1 1/2 qt. Anchor Hocking mixing bowl features Pillsbury's loveable Doughboy.
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 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 is an Anchor Hocking / Fire King milk glass 1 qt. casserole / baker. Beneath a rib of solid white, it has vertical rib design.
Big Foot Cat's Collectibles
This is a mint condition Wexford ashtray. It is the large size measuring 8.5 in. in diameter.
This 11" diameter relish dish is in the 1960's Wexord pattern from Anchor Hocking. It has five parts. Its center is round to acomodate dips or dressing.
This 11" diameter relish dish is in the 1960's Wexord pattern from Anchor Hocking. It has five parts. Its center is long to acomodate celery.