This is a very rare old piece of lime green Fenton carnival ware. It is circa 1907. It is called a bonbon or basket dish. It measures 6 inches across. This piece is damaged, it has a crack on the lower part of one handle. This piece usually sell for about $170.00, so that is why it is discounted. This is still a lovely rare piece for a fenton collector.
Elegant etched crystal Martinsville meadow wreath pattern #26 candle holder or double candelabra. This piece measures 5 and 3/4 inches across the base and 5 inches tall. I have two of these listed separately. Both are in excellent condition. No chips and no cracks and no scratches. These are circa 1940s depression glass.
This Cambridge Glass Company EAPG buzz or pinwheel pattern dish is from about circa 1910 It is about a berry dish size measuring 5.5 inches across the top edge and 1.75 inches high. It two chips to the foot, but is still lovely and usable.
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 8.25 inch plate has a starburst pattern in the center and thumbprint details accompanied by a zig zag pattern. I am not positive of the maker, but I saw one the same exact unusual shade of blue with the same center design that was Fostoria. This is an vintage looking piece so I believe it is from the depression era. Circa 1930 to 1950. It is in used condition with no chips and no cracks.
Vintage circa 1950 LE Smith loving cup. Very heavy black amethyst glass with dancing ladies in a heart on one side. This piece stands 7 inches tall and is 5.75 inches handle to handle. This elegant footed cup is in perfect condition, no chips and no cracks.
Lovely Westmoreland heavy purple amethyst marble slag glass footed candy compote. The marbling on this piece has wonderful contrast, deep purple amethyst and snow white. It is marked Westmoreland with a W over a G in the center bottom. I haven't been able to find the exact piece but most slag glass was made prior to 1960. This piece measures 4.75 inches tall and 5 inches across the top edge. It is in perfect condition, no chips, no cracks, and no scratches. Very heavy and thick.
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.
Candy corn, bittersweet or pumpkin slag glass by L. E. Smith company of Mr. Pleasant, Pennsylvania in the 1950s. Large footed, fluted, heavy compote or fruit dish. It measures 4 and 3/4 inches tall and 10 inches across. In perfect condition, no chip and no cracks. The glass is till bright and shiny with no wear.
Graceful, elegant, jet black footed vase. This is opaque and looks like an art deco piece or Egyptian style. Elegant legs come up from a base with both have square details to them. It is 8 inches tall. I have no idea of the age but it looks old. No markings. In excellent condition, no cracks, no chips. This came from a auction.
circa 1950s to 1980s, measures 8.75 inches across the top and 3 inches tall. Features raised coins with liberty bell and patriots.