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All Items : Glassware : Depression : Pre 1940 item #1450003 (stock #BNJpkdec6gla)
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Circa 1940, pink glass decanter having an etched floral design with six matching pink liqueur or shot glasses. In excellent condition, the measurements are as follows:

Decanter: 8" high x 6" long x 3"
Glasses: 3" high x 1.75" diameter
All Items : Glassware : Pre 1940 item #1417952 (stock #BNJpinkDreJa)
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Pink dresser or trinket box jar. Measures 3" in diameter. Could be re purposed for your favorite candy.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Pre 1950 item #1417950 (stock #BNJpinkSugCr)
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Classic design of the Elegant Depression Glass Era. Creamer is 4” wide to the Spout and 3 ½” tall. Sugar is 3 ½” in diameter and 3 ⅞” tall. It is in the style of Cambridge glass made in the depression era.
All Items : Glassware : Pre 1930 item #1417763 (stock #BNJpkBowlPla)
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The Dart pattern by Lancaster Glass Company is circa late 1920’s. The two handled tray or underplate measures 12 ½” across from handle to handle. It has a variety of uses on its own such as cake plate, sandwich tray but we are showing it here as a set with the bowl. The design has texture. The bowl features a rayed bottom with scalloped edge. It measures 9 ½” in diameter not including the handles and it about 2 ¾ “ tall. Could be used as a salad bowl, punch or vegetable bowl...
All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1960 item #1150225 (stock #TMfkHotplate)
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This useful vintage ivory Fire King hotplate server was designed to protect you table from oven hot casserole dishes. A hot casserole dish can go straight from the oven onto this trivet. The handles offer the ideal way of moving your hot dish as well. From handle to handle it measures 10 1/4", inner diameter for a pot is 6 3/4". In excellent condition.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Manhattan : Pre 1940 item #1417951 (stock #BNJpinkSandP)
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These pink salt and pepper shakers in the Manhattan pattern are hard to find especially with original tops. The tops have some slight discoloration around the edges as you can see in the photo. The shakers are about 2 ½” tall and 1 ¼” square. Manufactured in the 1930’s by the Hocking Glass Company.
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