This is a unique antique set of salt and peppers shakers, circa 1920. The salter, actually a salt cellar, is a delicate swan whose wings, neck and head are finely detailed silver over a crystal body. Her wings open and close. The pepper shaker is a crowing rooster whose neck, head, wings and feet are finely detailed silver over a crystal body. While there are a few similar swans in antique auction houses and store, i have not seen a complete set...
These are 10 water goblets from Imperial glass in the Chroma - clear pattern.
This is a very rare (one of a kind??)set. It is Corning Ware's MC-2-B 10 1/2"x6 3/4"x2" and 2 MC-1-B 7"x5 1/2"x2" in the 1970's Spice of Life pattern. Each baker has 4 nubbed feet, a glass top (bubbled like the earlier Pyrex refrigerator bowls)and a plastic lid. Price includes shipping.
This is an antique (circa 1910) coffee percolator from Landers, Frary & Clark Universal. It is one of the last stove top models produced by this company. We have researched that around 1920, the company began production of an electric model of the 789. Our percolator has all of its parts--for those who use their antiques as well as display them.
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.
This is a 5 piece baking set in Glasbake's popular Green Floral pattern.Set includes 1 of each- 8" square baker, 8" round baker, 1 1/2 qt. baker casserole and 1 qt. covered oval.
Corning Ware produced Sunflower Sunsations for a short period - making the pattern a rare but desirable collectible. This pair of covered casseroles is 3 qt. (l) and 2qt. (l).
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 is a like new Pfaltzgraff soup tureen set. It includes the covered tureen,ladle and large serving platter. This set is the dainty REMEMBRANCE pattern.
Price includes shipping- This 4 1/2 qt. covered casserole is amber colored from Corning Ware Visions line. We have 2 in stock.
This very retro 1970's Lazy Susan is an ornate pink with gold speckled trim from Calif, Orig. in a stylized leaf design. The tray is not available.
This vintage 1950's punch bowl set is the Crystal Fruit pattern from Jeannette Glass. Set includes 1 punch bowl and 8 glass cups.
FREE SHIPPING This rare find is a vintage water,ice tea or other cold drink pitcher. Its retro wheat design is in avocado green. It is full size with an ice lip.
This Corning Ware 5 quart covered casserole or dutch oven is in the popular Spice of Life pattern made from from 1972 to 1987.
Free shipping. The Black Trefoil pattern was produced from 1960 to 1965 and was Corning's attempt to attract the "higher class" customer to Corningware! Because of the limited production, items in the Black Trefoil pattern are rare. Our covered casserole is the largest size - 2 1/2 qts.- that was made.includes shipping We have 2 available
This is a cup and tray snack set for 4 - 4 cups and 4 trays. It is from Hazel Atlas in the clear glass Swirl - sea shell - pattern. Use the set indoors and out-- it's a classy and green alternative to paper and styrofoam.
Hall China introduced FLARE-WARE in the early 1960's by Hall China. This hard to find three piece mixing bowl set is in the GOLD LACE pattern. The set consists of three heavy white pottery bowls decorated with a GOLD star design- typical of the "space age". They are banded in gold on the inner rim and outer base. The graduating bowls measure 5.25 X 8.25; 4.25 X 7.50; and 4.25 X 6.75. While there are no chips or cracks, the inner gold banding is worn. shows wear.
Go green with Corning Ware, you can bake, microwave, freeze, serve in one dish. The Spice of Life pattern was made by Corning Ware from 1972 to the 1987. This piece of original Corning Ware is made of Pyroceram. It was invented in the late 1950's for use on missile cones. Its special mixture of glass and crystalline ceramic was made to withstand both heat and cold. .