This is a lovely classy circa 1953 to 1956 milk glass top hat made by Fenton. It is in the daisy and button pattern and was originally made to hold cigarettes or cigars, but would work well for candy or flowers. This would also be wonderful filled with stuffing and a piece of velvet for someone who collects hat pins. It measures 3.25 inches tall and 4.75 inches across the top. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks and no visible wear. Excellent gift for the Fenton collector.
This is a beautiful set of Fenton white milkglass hobnail #3096 star crimped sugar and creamer. 2 and 5/8 inches tall and approx. 3.5 inches across. They are in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. Circa 1952 to 1971. This set was made before Fenton started marking their pieces.
This is really a gorgeous piece of Fenton cobalt blue carnival or radium glass that could be used either as an ashtray or a candle holder or nut or mint dish. The stylized design looks like waterlilies or lotus or maybe ferns. It is in excellent condition and the sheen is in great shape too. No cracks and no chips. It measures. 4.25 inches in diameter. It is marked Fenton.
This is a pretty little crystal 2 compartment starburst pattern relish or candy dish. It measures 6 and 3/8 by 4 and 3/8 inches. It is in excellent condition, no cracks, no chips and no cloudiness. I do not know the age or maker.
This is a pretty pressed glass or crystal sugar dish or bowl. It has two handles and little foot on the base. It measures 2 and 5/8 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the rim. It is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks and no cloudiness. I don't know the age but it is probably and depression era or vintage. It is an auction piece.
This is a really pretty piece of aqua or blue glass in the shape of a colonial woman. I looks like about the size for syrup or molasses standing 7 inches tall and 3.5 inches across the base. It looks like it was hand blown into a mold and the handle applied later. I have no idea of the age but it has a very fine hairline crack at the top of the handle that you have to look very carefully to see.
This is clear glass telephone rural system insulator marked Hemingray-56 Made In U.S.A. 33-55. It is said to be produced in 1955. It measures 3 and 1/4 inches wide and 3 and 7/8 inches high. It is in very good condition with just a little minor roughness on the outer edge and a very small flea bite on the bottom edge.
This is a very beautiful bright blue to turquoise pressed glass compote made my Anchor Hocking in the Fairfield pattern between 1972 and 1976. It measures 3 and 5/8 inches tall and 4.5 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. This is a great size for a candy dish and the color would be stunning in a window with light coming through.
This is a really pretty heavy black amethyst glass compote, vase or urn. It measures 5 and 7/8 inches tall and 4 and 3/8 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and just very minor wear on the top rim.
This is a really pretty ribbed crystal sugar dish from about 1950. It measures 3.25 inches in diameter and is 2.5 inches tall. It is an excellent condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is a beautiful footed compote with etched or cut details. It actually looks more like wheel cut. It is 7.25 inches across the top and 2.25 inches high. It is in excellent used condition with no cracks, no chips and no signs of wear. This would make a great petit fours or candy dish. I believe it is vintage or older, I have no idea of the maker. It is an auction piece.
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This is a truly magnificent early American pattern glass complex well cut fruit dish much like a argo pattern bowl or dish, it may very well be argo. This brilliant glass piece has design cutting much like Empire, Pairpoint, Sinclair or Hoare glass companies. It is a very large heavy piece measuring 9 inches across and 3.25 inches high. It has 4 ten point hobstars fan accents and waffle or diamond details and the bottom has 1 smaller eight point hobstar...