From our collection are these two glasses(low-ball as we called them) from the retired Race Track in Seattle. The first glass highlights the Longacres Mile Winner from 1980-1981,Trooper Seven. The second glass represents the 1983 Eclipse Award Winner,Chinook Pass. Both glasses are in Very Fine condition. Kindly E-Mail us if you have any questions. Thank you.
Often confused with and sometimes sold as Madrid, this is the Recollection pattern by Indiana Glass. These are 4 dinner plates in Recollection Blue.
This is an 8 piece set of retro ovenware from Glasbake in the Green Floral pattern. The set consists of 1 oval covered casserole - 1 qt., 2 divided open casseroles (vegetable dishes) and 2 covered casseroles / bakers - 2 qt. and 1 1/2 qt.
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.
In 1990 and 911, Welch's produced Tom & Jerry glasses featuring the two playing different sports. The scenes were also produced in different colors. These 6 consist of: two glasses featuring football in red & blue - one with football in blue & one with the football in green, one baseball player in yellow & green, one with surfer in black & white & gray, and one with skating in black & white. Enjoy!
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 10 1/2' triangular Mikasa Studio Nova crystal vase is triangular in shaoe. Each side has an art-deco theme which starts at the bottom with small "cathedal" shapes graduating to large at the top. Each side of the triangle is delineated by a "dip" in the crystal.
This low bowl crystal platter from Mikasa is 13" in diameter with a graduating depth of 1". It feature single long stem roses pattern with a scalloped edge. Longer lasting 9and less expensive0 then long stem roses this is a perfect gift for your beloved.
This is a pair of art deco Cambridge Rosepoint double stick candle holders. They feature a daisy laure etching on the base. They are 9" wide and 6" tall.
This is a marked Pyrex retro coffee carafe. It's an 8 cup pot. The carafe has a vertical stripes leading to a scrolled bottom border.
PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING This a Fire King 8 x 12 baking dish. It is the hard to find Blue Sapphire line which was manufactured in the 1940's.
This large footed crystal bowl is in the Olympia pattern from Godinger. It is 12" in diameter and 9" tall. Whether used as a fruit bowl or purely decorative, it makes a statement of luxury. It is 24% lead was made in Poland.
pattern of this cut glass 3 part divided relish is unknown, It is reminiscent of Windsor and is 9" in diameter.
This very pretty cut / depression glass cookie dish is unsigned and of an unknown pattern. It is 12" in diameter. It has a center pinwheel type design surrounded by diamond quilt panels,
This 13" divided round serving dish has 5 sections. It is EAPC Prescut from Hocking,
This is a 12" x 6" x 2" cut glass serving tray. It is the EAPC Prescut from Hocking.
This interesting piece is a Federal Glass mug. I assume there was a series of "name mugs" made. This one is Mary. The mug is in pretty great shape. There are no visible paint scratches and only minor scratches on the inside glass.
This is very possibly Cambridge Rosepoint Glass, this is a larger than usual double / twin stick candle holder. It features a typical art deco arched feather like center with the two holders branching from it. The base is clear glass with etched laurels around the circumference.