This is a large crystal water pitcher with what looks like a tulip up the sides. It is heavy lead crystal, and measures 7 and 7/8 inches tall, and 6.5 inches by 5.25 inches across the rim. It is marked France on the bottom. It is in very bright excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness. This is truly a nice quality piece of crystal. I do not know the age or maker.
This is a very old dish by the signs of wear. It is pressed glass, hexagon shaped, and has what looks like cabachon, or cameo shaped decorations around the outside. It looks like it might be a dresser piece. It measures 1.5 inches high, and 3.75 inches in diameter. It is worn on the bottom, and the inside edge of the mold line has roughness, and two surfacey chips. It is still a very old cool piece of pressed glass. It is unmarked, and I do not know the maker.
This is a lovely elegant lead crystal dish with radiating ribbed sides that fan out. It is very bright and clear. This is a great size for candy, nuts, condiments, or side dishes. It is an unmarked auction item. I do not know the age or maker. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness. It measures 3 inches high, and 6 inches across the top rim.
This is a pretty little art glass vase that is in three layers, first a clear one, then one that looks like blue tortoise shell, or end of the day glass, then another layer of clear glass. It is hand blown and reminds me of a paperweight type of construction. The top edge is sanded and has a very tiny bit of roughness. It measures 3 and 5/8 inches tall, and 2.75 inches across the bottom. It has some bubble and wrinkles from the forming process. It is a lovely handmade piece of art glass.
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 beautiful blue and white art glass bowl with either shiny stainless or chrome band around the edge and base. It has white pieces of glass embedded in the blue glass like end of the day glass. The metal is bright and shiny and the glass is in great shape as well. It measures 2 and 1/8 inches high and 5.75 inches in diameter. This would make a great candy or nut dish. I do not know the age or maker, it is an auction item, and unmarked.
This is a vintage 1970s white milk glass Avon Charisma foaming bath oil Victorian lady decanter bottle. She has a fancy feather hat and a fur muff to keep her hands warm. It is in excellent condition, and still has the original label on the bottom. It measures 8.5 inches tall. This would make a great gift for the Avon or milk glass collector.
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 cool retro piece of amber crackle glass. It is thick heavy glass that is hand blown and cut on the top. The glass is 3/8 on and inch thick. It measures 3 inches tall and 4.25 inches across the top rim. It is in very good condition. The top rim where is was cut is a little rough, and un sanded. This glass reminds me of blenko, but I have no idea of the age or maker, it is an auction item.
These are 2 beautiful hand painted open sugar dishes, bowls, or loving cups, The are flash painted white on inside and have red cold painted flowers, and gold gilded leaves. The floral sprays and very retro looking. These are vintage auction items, but don't know the exact age or maker. The measure 3 inches high, and 3 and 1/8 inches across the rim. They have just a very small amount of wear to the paint on the inside, the outside is very bright and crisp.
This is a nice little clear crystal glass pitcher that was used in restaurants for a creamer of syrup pitcher. It has spout, flat angled panels on the side, and a starburst pattern on the bottom. I believe this is from the 1950s. It measures 2 and 3/8 inches high and 2 and 1/4 inches in diameter. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and visible scratches. I do not know the maker, it is an auction item.
This is a heavy lead crystal skirted single candle holder that rings true. It has lovely facets that really pick up the light. It measures 4 inches tall and 4 inches across the base. It has two very shallow surface chips on the underside of the bottom, barely visible from the top. It is an auction item so I don't know the age or maker, but I think it is vintage.