ALL of the pieces are in excellent condition...
A popular pattern, June was produced from 1928 to 1951. It features sprays of delicate flowers and trailing ribbons and bows.
For your consideration, is this set of 10 water goblets. Featuring the elegant #5098 stem line, these beauties have a 10~ounce capacity and measure approximately 8 1/4" in height...
Pattern: Rose Point Etch, made by Cambridge Glass Co. made 1937 -1953
Quantity: One (1)
Item Description: Rose Point Etch Divided 3 Part Bowl, Handled, Pristine Blank # 221, 8.5 inches in diameter
Item Condition: This bowl is in excellent condition with no chip, nics cracks, stains or cloudiness.
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At approximately 8" in height with the lid in place, the pedestal candy dish features seahorse handles and a unique lid finial. This item is in EXCELLENT condition...free of any chips, nicks, cracks or discoloration. A real treasure!
Caprice is probably Cambridge Glass' most popular un~etched pattern. Its swirled effect gives it a rich and decorative look. The eye~catching blue color of this pair of matching cruets is called Moonlight Blue and at one point in time, I had several pieces of blue Caprice and it was quite evident as to why it is so collected....truly beautiful.
These are the #117 open handled cruets...
All of the pieces are in EXCELLENT condition. The cups are approximately 2 5/8" in height, 3 1/2" in diameter across the rims. Saucers are about 5 1/2" in diameter...
The #1519 Waverly serves as the blank for this dish. It features fan~shaped handles, beaded rim and a horse head finial on the lid.
In outstanding condition, the piece measures 7 3/4" from handle to handle, 6 1/2" from side to side and has an overall height of approximately 4" with the lid seated. Stunning!
Today I am pleased to be offering a set of 4 of the 9 1/2" dinner plates on the #2440 blank. All of the pieces are free of nicks, chips or cracks, however, there is some minor scratching, primarily on the inner surface of each...not too bad considering some I've seen...