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 a lovely heavy lead crystal vase with flowing draped lines and is by Marquis for Waterford. It measures 6.75 inches tall, and 5 by 3 and 7/8 inches across the top. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and no cloudiness. This vase looks really stunning with daffodils or tulips in it.
This is a wonderful quality ribbed crystal covered sugar, creamer, and tray in a ribbed design with a art deco finial on the sugar lid. I believe this is vintage because of the style, but I haven't been able to identify the age or maker. It is of marvelous quality though. The tray is 9.75 by 5 inches. The creamer 3.5 inches high, and 3 and 1/8 inches across the rim. The sugar dish is 4.5 inches tall and 4.25 inches in diameter. All the pieces are in excellent condition. Very bright and clear.
This is a beautiful little pink glass dish the perfect size for a ladies vanity to hold rings, or earrings. It is ribbed and looks like depression glass, but I do not know the age or maker, it is an unmarked auction item. It is in very good condition, just one very minor rough spot on the inside edge on the mold line.
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, jelly, marmalade, or mustard. It measures 5.75 inches tall, and 3.25 inches in diameter. It has pineapple diamond, thumbprint, and starburst patterns. It also have the cut in the lid for the spoon to fit in the jar. It is in excellent condition. This is a great present for the crystal collector. This is a wonderful quality piece...
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 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 wonderful handcrafted, handblown art glass dish by Murano of Italy. It has the original foil label. It is green, to white, to clear in color and is pulled or stretched glass. It measures 1.5 inches high and 7.5 inches across. This piece is price reduced because it does have a place on one point where it has a rough spot. It isn't real noticeable, but you can see it. I do not know the age of this auction item.
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.