This is a vintage yellow or gold glass miniature stein shot glass or toothpick holder by Federal Glass Company. It measures 1 and 7/8 inches tall, and 1.5 inches across the base. It is in very good used condition, no chips, and no cracks. This does have the Federal mark with the shield with the F in the center on the bottom.
This is a vintage miniature stein shot glass or toothpick holder by Federal Glass Company. It measures 1 and 7/8 inches tall, and 1.5 inches across the base. It is in very good used condition, no chips, and no cracks. This does have the Federal mark with the shield with the F in the center on the bottom.
Vintage Indiana Glass pattern number 1008, known to collectors as the crystal Willow pattern. Also known as the Oleander and Magnolia pattern. This is circa 1930 to 1940. The open sugar is 2.75 inches tall. It is in very good used condition, no chips, and no cracks.
Vintage Indiana Glass pattern number 1008, known to collectors as the crystal Willow pattern. Also known as the Oleander and Magnolia pattern. These are circa 1930 to 1940. The creamer measures 3.75 inches tall and the open sugar 2.75 inches tall. Both are in very good used condition, no chips, and no cracks.
These are 2 L.E. Smith Glass Co. perfume bottles in the crystal Beaded Medallion pattern, circa 1941. These are very heavy pressed crystal glass. Both pieces are damaged on the top of the bottle, but they are too pretty not to offer. They would look great a decor items. They measure 3 and 3/8 inches tall, and 2.75 inches across the base. One has very significant damage as shown in pictures, and a few surface chips on the base, but these are not very noticeable...
This is a vintage Imperial Crocheted Double Candlestick, circa 1943 to the early 1950. This is a nice heavy piece of crystal measuring 4 1/2" high, 4 1/4" cross the base. This is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness.
These are 2 vintage 1940s Jeannette Glass Company crystal glass with heavy 22KT gold edges nut, or mint dishes. They measure 4 1/4" x 3 3/4 inches. These a in excellent used condition, no chips, no cracks, no scratches, no cloudiness, and no visible signs of wear to the gilding.
This is a pretty circa 1965 to 1980s Indiana Glass Company amber diamond point pattern taper candle holder made in Dunkirk. It measures 5.5 inches across and is in excellent used condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudy, or no rough places that I can see.
This is 2 vintage 1960s to 1970s L.E. Smith glass company frosted angel taper candle holders. The angels are kneeling and sitting on a Star of David. These are slightly different, on has more detail in the wings than the other, and a very slight different tone to the glass. They measure 4.5 to 4.75 inches tall and 3.75 inches across the base. They are in good used condition, with just a few little surface wear marks, no chips, and no cracks...
This is a three footed or toed bon bon, or candy dish in the Fostoria American style. I do not know if it is Fostoria, or who the maker is, it is unmarked, an auction item. It is clear glass with the tumbling block or American pattern of blocks stacked upon each other. It measures 2.5 inches high and 6.25 inches in diameter or across rim to rim. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness. It would make a great present full of candy bon bons.
These beautiful cobalt blue salad plates are vintage circa 1940s to 1950s by Hazel Atlas Glass company of Wheeling, W.Virginia USA. These plates are 6 and 7/8 inches across, and in near mint condition, no cracks, no chips and very little, if any signs of wear. These are nice retro pieces of the Moderntone depression glass pattern by the company.
This is a really pretty vintage bonbon dish or bowl that is probably Fenton. It is amberina, but mostly ruby colored glass, the bottom being in the golden yellow color. It is 3 footed, or toed, and measures 2.25 inches high and 6.5 inches across the rim. The side are horizontally ribbed. It has some utensil marks on the inside and one tiny chip on the under edge about the size of a rice grain. The feet have wear, not damage, to the bottom leading me to believe it is pretty old...
This is a beautiful open sugar bowl by Indiana Glass Company in the willow, or oliander pattern. It measures 2 and 7/8 inches high, and 5.25 inches handle to handle, 3 inches across the top rim. It is deeply cut pressed glass in a willow leaf design. It is circa 1930s to 1940s. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness.
This is 3 pretty vintage star shaped circa 1950 Cambridge Glass Company candle holders. They hold tapers and are clear glass. They measure 4 inches across, and 1.25 inches high. They are in very good used condition. I am also throwing in a 4th holder, that is a bit cloudy, but still usable.
This is a lovely small or miniature oil lamp in the zippered loop pattern, that is ruby flashed. It may be made by Imperial Glass Company, as that is the only company I have been able to find with this design, however the mark on the bottom looks like a cross, or maybe a candle. I am not sure. It has pretty much all of the original flashing. It measures 7 inches tall and 3.5 inches in diameter. This is probably antique and surely vintage. It does not have the stack...
This is a beautiful Indiana Goofus Glass bowl in the Victorian Roses in the Snow design from circa 1897 to 1912. This bowl measures 3 inches high, and 9 inches in diameter. It has about 2/3 of the original paint still intact, which is typical for pieces of this age. This paint is cold painted and very delicate, and prone to loss. The red of the roses, and the gold is still very bright and iridescent. It is still a lovely rare bowl and great for the goofus collector.
This is one of the most beautiful pieces of goofus glass that I've seen. It is by Indiana Glass Company in the Dahlia or Mum Design. It still has the majority of the original paint and it is rich, bright and iridescent. This has glorious scroll work and fan designs in warm gold and brilliant shiny red flowers. It measures 10 and 7/8 inches in diameter. No chips, and no cracks. This is a circa 1897 to 1912 item.
This is a wonderful matching white milk glass open sugar and cream pitcher set by Hocking Glass Company, circa 1934 to 1937, in the vitrock flower rim pattern. They have pretty flowers that look like daisies all around the rim. Both pieces are an unusual oval shape. They are both 2.25 inches high and 4.25 by 6 inches across on the sugar, and 4.25 by 5.5 inches across on the creamer. Both are in excellent mint condition...