These are 2 mixing / serving bowls by Federal Glass in their Brown Sunflower pattern. They are the 8 in. 2 1/2 qt.size
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!
Unknown pattern but beautiful! It's 10 in. diameter with center and 4 side compartments, clear with pressed hobnails on the underside. Serve your vegetables and dip with style!
This is a 12 compartment cut glass egg dish in the Anchor Hocking Pattern 896 which is ornate and beautiful. It can be used for deviled eggs or fancy decorated eggs.
This GEMCO Sugar Shaker’s Spice of Life pattern is a copy of its Corning cousins. In addition to making lower priced versions of the Pyrex and Corning Ware lines, GEMCO is known for producing accompanying pieces not made by Corning. This Spice of Life Dispesateur Sugar Shaker is a perfect example.
This is a pair of Pyrex Cinderella style mixing bowls in the Old Orchard pattern (1 1/2 qt. and 2 1/2 qt).
Currier and Ives is a very rare Fire King pattern. Produced in 1970, it depicts a steam locomotive in the country.
Standard loaf pan by Glasbake. The blue and green flower pattern is unknown--but reminiscent of the 60's flower power. Price reflect a small chip in the handle which doesn't interfere with functionality.
This loapan is in Glasbake's version of Spices.
Standard size loaf pan--Glasbake's Cornflower pattern
This Divided Serving Dish is Pyrex 1960 Golden Acorn pattern- golden acorn scroll on cream background. We have 2 available
This vintage (1960's) satin blue compote is from Indiana Glass and is in the Diamond Point pattern. It is 71/4" high and the bowl is a little over 5" in diameter.
This crystal relish tray is 13"x10" oval. It is clear with the rose and leaf (pnkish and green) flashed design on the handles.
This is the Pyrex Butterfly Gold Cream and Sugar set.---not to be confused with the Corelle pattern of the same name which was later.
This is a retro Eames Era Fire King Covered Casserole. Typical of the era it is the 2 1/2 qt. splashbowl shape. The bowl itself (marked Fire King) is a gold flecked speckled design. The enamel cover is white with patterned sections of a floral design. Although it isn't signed, I believe that it is a Georges Briard. I have found only one other similar bowl (without cover) being sold on another antiques venue. The seller, not having the lid, identified it as a Fred Press...
This is a crystal baby block. It's a 3 1/2" square. A letter on each side spells BABY. It's open at the top.
This is a Corning Ware covered saucepan. This is the 1 pint (2 cups) size.
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...