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 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 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.
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 cool pressed glass beer or whiskey stein or mug by Anchor Hocking. It measures 5 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the rim. I do not know the age, but I think it is probably vintage, it is an auction piece. It is in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks. It is marked with Anchor Hockings mark and USA
This is a beautiful ruby flashed oval shaped 24 percent heavy lead crystal covered candy dish by Anna Hutte Bleikristall of Germany. It measures 7.5 inches tall and 6.5 by 5.25 inches wide. The glass is in excellent condition. The ruby flashing does have a bit of wear to it. It could be removed and would still look magnificent. It still have the original label.
This is an old 1915 copy of "The American Magazine for October 1915. It is missing the cover and the front page is a bit torn as are the the edges, and maybe a few pages are missing off the back, I can't tell for sure, however inside are great illustrations for framing and wonderful advertising pieces too. It has a wonderful article by Jerome D. Travers about golfers like Frances Ouimet, Harold Hilton, Walter J...
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This is an antique late 1800s to early 1900s Bohemian art glass, yellow and white, End of the Day Glass vase with bronze or brass handles, rim and feet in an art deco design. This piece has raised enameled flowers and scrolls. It measures almost 8 inches tall at the top of the handles. The glass is in perfect condition and is double dipped inside and out, no chips and no cracks. The bronze pieces are in good shape except there is a bit of bending in the one handle. The feet are perfect...
This is a circa 1899 to 1906 opalescent footed compote by Dugan Glass Company. It has panels with beads running from the scalloped rim to the openwork beaded, or looped ring pedestal. This is sort of goblet shaped and the top looks like a rose bowl design. This measures 5.25 inches tall and 3.25 inches across the middle section. It is in wonderful condition for antique piece of lovely glass. No chips, no cracks and very little signs of wear.
This is a really wonderful circa 1903 to 1920 crystal pressed glass dish by Heisey Glass company in the pattern #343 sunburst star design. It is marked with the H inside a diamond which is Heisey's mark. It measures 1 inch high and 6.25 by 5.75 inches across. This is a nice size for nuts or mints or even an ashtray. It has a surfacey chip on the point and a the bends, but they are not very noticeable. This would be a great piece for a bridge card table.
This is a really sparkly Imperial Glass Company Nucut #212 star and fan pattern or design dish. It could be a nappy, bonbon, fruit or relish bowl. It measures 8.75 across point to point and and is 2 inches high. There are a couple of minor rough spots on a couple of the points, other than that it is in very good condition. It is a very heavy nice EAPG 1912 circa piece.
This is a really beautiful old hurricane oil lamp made from a ivory or cream colored glass that is semi-opaque sometimes called alacite. It has teadrop shaped accents around the side and the mechanism is marked Eagle, Risdon Mfg. Co. Danbury, CT made in USA. It is in very good condition. The movement still works but needs some cleaning and oiling for smooth carriage. It has the glass globe but I don't know if it is original or not. I got this at an auction and the globe was on it...