All Items : : Pre 1900 item #984247 (stock #R-362B)
A Fine Grouping Of English Majolica Pottery consisting of a Teapot with cover, Sugar with cover, Creamer and Pitcher. In an Aesthetic Movement or Japanesque style. Made by Brownhills Pottery Company of Tunstall, England. The cream color ground is delicately stippled against blossoms and foliage hand painted in the rich shades Pink, Green, Dark Amber accented with Deep Brown Trellis like lines and other stylized lines, circles and squiggles. Handles are designed to resemble Bamboo...
All Items : : Pre 1940 item #984249 (stock #R-362A)
A Pair of Art Deco Catalonian Tri-Cornered Vases by Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company. Designed by Reuben Haley with patent filed June 29, 1928. Amethyst with a slight irridescence, vase on the left is a softer lavender than vase on the right. The pattern is also called Spanish Knobs and was made to resemble hand made old Spanish glassware from the Catalonia area of Spain. Distinctive with its bubbles, swirls and undulating waves no two pieces were ever identical...
A 7 piece Cake or Dessert Set in the Dandelion pattern made by the George Schmider Factory in Zell, Baden Germany 1907 to 1928. The large plate is 9", the smaller plates are 6". Has the teacup mark with Germany underneath, a G in black ink and 722 impressed. The large plate and 3 of the small plates have some minor edge flakes. All of the plates have firing marks. The large plate also has clay lump on the bottom. The surface of all of the plates have nice color with a good finish...
All Items : : Pre 1950 item #769829 (stock #S-389H)
An unusual Depression era orange reamer in the RARE Clambroth color. Like a translucent milk glass. Described as Boat Shaped in Florence's Kitchen Glassware book. It has three bands around the bowl and handle. Manufacturer is unknown. Condition is very good, no chips, cracks or fleabites.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : U.S. Glass : Pre 1900 item #1181388 (stock #S-564B)
An Early American Pressed Glass Compote made by US Glass Co. in the Rare Coin pattern. Production was ceased after just four months of production by the US Government beacause official coins were used in the pattern. The Compote measures 6 3/4" wide and 4" tall. Condition is very good. One coin has clear spots in the frosted section. and there is a very small grouping of chips on the inside edge of the base.
All Items : : Pre 1910 item #987918 (stock #S-421A)
Coinspot Pitcher in Lime Green Opalescent. I have seen this exact pitcher attributed to Northwood and Fenton. However it is pictured in "Victorian Colored Pattern Glass Book II" by William Heacock and identified as being made by Jefferson Glass Co. around 1905. Jefferson Glass was in business from 1900 to 1933 in Ohio and later on in West Virginia, they produced opalescent glass only from 1900 to 1907. This was the inspiation for Fenton to produce coin spot patterns. Measures 9 1/8" tall...
All Items : : Pre 1940 item #769651 (stock #S-388D)
A Crystal Pitcher in the Rock Crystal pattern by McKee Glass Company. Made from 1915 to 1940's. Measures 7 1/2" tall, 1/2 gallon size. Condition is very good, no chips, cracks or fleabites. Minor table use wear on base.
An Enormous Serving Platter 20 3/4" by 16 1/2" will hold any size Turkey !! English Staffordshire Flow Blue with Polychrome accents and Copper Luster border. In a popular Chinoiserie motif. Nice Color and Copper luster. Made by Gildea & Walker circa 1881-1885. Marked on back : 20 (in blue), 6269 5 (in red script), GW&Co (impressed), 3 77 W (impressed) Oriental pattern copied by many potteries. Has minor crazing due to age, a scratch and 2 glaze pops.
A Beautiful Pink Decanter with Original matching glass stopper in the MAYFAIR or OPEN ROSE pattern by Hocking Glass Co. Made from 1931 to 1937. Holds 32 ounces. Condition is very good, No chips, cracks or flea bites.
A set of 4 Marquee or Theater Letters F-D-N-Y. I think this is an interesting grouping of letters and will be sold in a set rather than individually. Each measures roughly 10" tall and 7" wide. Made by Wagner Sign Service Inc. around 1940's era. Aluminum with slash cuts on the back to hang on the marquee. Silver Aluminum color in the cove edge and painted black on the front. Some red overspray on the back.
All Items : : Pre 1940 item #791189 (stock #G-1355A)
Hazel Atlas Glass Companys finest Depression Era pattern and color!! A Ritz or Cobalt Blue 5 3/8" Tumbler in the Royal Lace pattern. Made from 1934 to 1941. Condition is very good, no chips, cracks or flea bites. Price is for each, we have 8 available.
All Items : : Pre 1960 item #771767 (stock #S-389K)
A Pair of Candlesticks or candle holders in the Holiday or Buttons and Bows pattern by Jeannette Glass Co. Made from 1947 to the mid 1950's. Condition is very good, no chips, cracks or flea bites. We also have one Crystal candleholder available @ $12.00.