2 pretty little star of David nut, condiment, mint or dessert dishes or bowls. These have lovely zigzag edges and measure 4 inches in diameter and 1.25 inches tall. They are both in excellent condition. I'm not sure the age but they are probably from the 60s or 70s.
This is a pretty pink and green floral reverse hand painted satin or frosted glass two handle bowl with a waffle design bottom. It is real similar to bowls made my Lancaster and Hocking Glass companies. It measures 2.75 inches tall and 9 inches handle to handle. It is in very good condition with no chips and no cracks, just a small amount of wear to the paint under the handles.
This is a really nice 3 footed satin or frosted hand painted bowl with pink flowers and green leaves. The bottom has a pretty ribbed scallop design the mirrors the the top edge. I have found it listed under two makers names " Lancaster Glass company's "Kay" 1932 design and Hocking Glass company 1924 design, but I'm not sure which is right. It is a pretty dish that could be used for fruit or potpourri. It measures 3.75 inches tall and 7.75 inches rim to rim...
This is a lovely crystal pressed glass sugar dish or bowl by Anchor Hocking in the sandwich pattern. It has pretty raised flowers and leaves around the sides. This pattern was produced between circa 1940 and 1960. It measures 3 inches tall and is in very good condition. It has just a tiny flea bite on the bottom rim, barely noticeable. I also have the matching creamer listed and will gladly combine shipping on both.
This is a really nice pressed glass creamer by Anchor Hocking in the sandwich pattern. It was produced between circa 1940 to 1960. It measures 3.5 inches tall. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. I also have the sugar dish listed and will combine shipping if you want to purchase both.
This is a wonderful large Hocking glass company Mayfair pattern pink depression glass bowl with open handles. The satin finish was accomplished by applying acid etching and gives it a very soft smooth feel. This piece is in very good condition for it circa 1931 to 1937 age. Most all the original hand painting is still intact. It is reversed painted under the rim so it gives it a delicate appearance on the top. This piece measures 11 and 6/8 inches by 9 and 7/8 inches and is 3 inches tall...
This is a pretty little pink depression glass bonbon or candy dish with a open heart handle. It measures 6.5 inches across and 3 inches tall. It is in excellent condition. This is a auction item so I am not sure the maker. I saw one listed as an older Greenburg Glass Works piece, but I am not sure.
This is a lovely pink depression glass tray or platter by Anchor Hocking in the Mayfair Open Rose pattern. It measures 14 inches long and and 9 inches wide. It has pretty floral patterns in the center and on the edge and radiating and scallop patterns as well. There is a bit of roughness in the mold area of the handles, no cracks. Hocking Glass produced this pattern from 1931- 1936. It is a lovely elegant piece.
Pretty pink depression glass candlestick or holder. This is a lovely rich pink color and measures 4.25 inches across the base and2.5 inches tall. It is in very good condition, no chips, no cracks and no rough edges. I am also listing another pink candlestick very similar to this one. They would make a great pair.
Anchor Hocking Fire King grapevine pattern dish with 22kt heavy gold gilding. This pattern is called vintage or golden anniversary. This piece measures 8.5 inches side to side and almost 10 inches corner to corner. This lovely grapevine impressed dish or bowl is in excellent condition. It is used, but doesn't look used. The gold is bright and shiny and I see no wear and there are no cracks and no chips. Circa 1950s.
Anchor Hocking Moonstone white Opalescent Hobnail divided 2 compartment relish dish. It has a lovely white edge that looks like vaseline ware. This piece measures 7.5 inches across. It is circa 1942 to 1946 the depression glass era. This piece looks new, no chips, no cracks and no wear that I can see.
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.