This is a circa 1899 to 1906 opalescent footed compote by Dugan Glass Company. It has panels with beads running from the scalloped rim to the openwork beaded, or looped ring pedestal. This is sort of goblet shaped and the top looks like a rose bowl design. This measures 5.25 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the middle section. It is in wonderful condition for antique piece of lovely glass. No chips, no cracks and very little signs of wear.
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This is a magnificent piece of pink cranberry swirl opalescent glass with a ruffled or crimped edge that is an insert for a brides basket. It has a mark on the bottom that is either a huge W, M, or N. It looks like a W maybe for Westmoreland, or maybe Northwood. Only part of the stamp is clear so I can't be sure. This pink cranberry glass dish measures 3.25 inches high, 9.25 inches across and the little base measures 2 and 7/8 inches across...
This is a magnificent antique crimped footed bowl or rose bowl by Northwood Glass company in the circa 1905 blue opal / opalescent spool of threads design. It is very similar to button panels and Alaska / Klondike fluted scrolls patterns. This pretty piece measures 4 and 1/8 inches tall and 4.25 inches across the top. There are chips on 2 of the bottoms of the feet tips. They are not real noticeable when it is upright.
This is a truly magnificent piece of antique opalescent Jefferson Glass in the many loops pattern. This company was in business between the 1800s and early 1900s, so this piece is quite old. It measures 8 inches across and 3 inches deep. This lovely candy or bonbon dish is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no visible wear or discoloration. It looks mint.
Bluish white Fire King Leaf and Blossom Azurite, opaline or opalescent colored glass bowl with fluted edge and raised swirled designs on the outside. Circa 1950s. Measures 5 inches across and 2 inches tall. Excellent condition, no cracks, no chips.