This is a really beautiful old hurricane oil lamp made from a ivory or cream colored glass that is semi-opaque sometimes called alacite. It has teadrop shaped accents around the side and the mechanism is marked Eagle, Risdon Mfg. Co. Danbury, CT made in USA. It is in very good condition. The movement still works but needs some cleaning and oiling for smooth carriage. It has the glass globe but I don't know if it is original or not. I got this at an auction and the globe was on it...
Elegant Cambridge Crystal Rose Point 12" five compartment relish or celery dish. This is etched with lovely rose sprays. It measures 12.5 by 10.5 inches and is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no scratches. This pattern was produced between circa 1936 and 1953, so it is an excellent example of quality depression glass. The gold color you see in the picture is the stand underneath, not part of the glass.
This is a vintage Fostoria black Egyptian Tut style vase made in Moundsville, West Virginia in the 1920s. It measures 8 inches tall and is totally opaque black glass even though some call it amethyst, it is solid black. This is a very heavy thick piece and is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches.
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 round butter dish made of heavy lead crystal cut in a wonderful buzz saw design with a star pattern in the center. The bottom has a starburst in the center. The point of the finial has a very tiny rough spot to it, and a small chip to the bottom edge about the size of grain of rice. It measures 5 inches high and 6.5 inches across the plate. I do not know the age or maker, it is an auction item. It is of wonderful quality though.
This is a really gorgeous heavy lead crystal jar that is used for condiments, jellies, mustard, marmalade, or whatever. It has a cut in for a spoon to fit. There are diamond, thumbprint ribbing, and starburst designs. This measures 4.75 inches high, and 3 inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition. I do not know the age or maker, it is an auction item, but it is of wonderful quality.
This is a wonderful Turquoise blue glass with high relief rose sprays adorning this round butter dish by Imperial Glass Company during their AIG period in the 1970s. It measures approx. 6 inches tall and 7.75 inches across at the widest part. This piece is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and no scratches. This is a very heavy , thick glass piece.
This is an old gelatin, or jello mold from about the 1930s made in England. This has a ships anchor and rope design. You can tell this is old because it has bubbles in the glass. It is in good condition with just minor roughness under the rim, no chips and no cracks. It measures 5.25 by 3.75 inches across and 3 inches deep.
This is a very unusual art glass dish made with yellow flashing and what looks like hand painted platinum gilding. It has the yellow on the outside of the clear glass and the gilding on the inside of the bowl, so it gives it a rich quality look. It is three footed and measures 2.5 inches tall and 5.25 inches rim to rim. It is in very good condition, no cracks, and no chips. It has just a small amount of wear to the gilding on the rim, the yellow flashing is in excellent condition...
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.
These 3 art glass tumblers are very uniquely made. They are very thick and heavy and have bubbles throughout. They are a light yellow or champagne color and measure 4.25 inches high and 3.75 inches across the top rim. They are in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. These would be great for the glass collector. I have no idea of the age or maker.
This is a wonderful piece of EAPG made by U.S. Glass Company between 1898 and 1920. It is a little forest green glass toothpick holder with gold gilding on the feet, which is in good condition, and around the rim, which is mostly gone. Also it is etched around the center with "Howard Patterson Meridian Fair 1911. It measures 2.5 inches high and 2.5 inches in diameter. Other than the wear to the gilding on the rim, it is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness.