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...
Delicate poppies adorn the bowls of these water goblets. They have a 10~ounce capacity and measure approximately 7 5/8" in height.
Five of the six are in excellent condition...free of any nicks, chips or cracks. The sixth has a very small chip / fleabite at the rim which could be easily repaired if desired...
Dating from 1933 to 1957, Midnight Rose is quite a pretty etch and the first Fostoria etched pattern I ever owned. Tableware and companion pieces may be found on a several different blanks. The vase being offered here is Blank #4112, and, in my opinion, resembles a hurricane glass. It is in excellent condition and measures approximately 8 1/4" in height and 3 1/8" in diameter at the rim.
For your consideration, I am offering this lovely pair of #1170 cups and matching saucers, all with the Daffodil etching.
The four pieces are in excellent condition...free of nicks, chips, cracks or discoloration. Very elegant!
Made only in crystal, these measure approximately 5" in height, have an arm spread of 7 1/2", and a base diameter of 5 3/4". Both are in excellent condition...free of nicks, chips or cracks. Would be quite lovely sitting atop your piano!
Being offered here for your consideration is a set of 8 luncheon plates measuring approximately 8 1/8" in diameter. These are the #5902 blank which features a lovely beaded rim...
The colorings of these wonderful macaw figurines are so vibrant and cheery that they'll brighten up any room.
Made in Japan and incised "Shafford" on the bases (as shown), I believe that these pieces probably date back to the late 1950's or 60's. And though they are basically the same, there are slight differences in shadings which would allow one to use them as a "pair"...
Pattern: Fairfax # 2375, made by Fostoria Glass Co., 1927-1944
Item Description: Two Cups, Footed & Saucers, Demitasse or After Dinner, Cups are 2 5/8 inches tall, 2 3/8 inches across opening, Saucersare 4 3/4 inches across, Color is Rose Pink
Item Condition: These cup and saucer sets are in excellent condition. This means there are no chips, nics, cracks or cloudiness from stains...
Pattern: Coronation, made by Hocking Glass Co., made from 1936 – 1944, also known as Banded Rib or Saxon
Quantity: One (1)
Item Description: Tumbler, Footed, Pink in color, 5 inches in tall, holds 10 ounces
Item Condition: These tumblers are in excellent condition with no chips, nics cracks, stains or cloudiness.
If you wish to purchase this item, please contact Dan at email@example.com, or 828-863-2709.
Pattern: American Sweetheart, made by MacBeth-Evans Glass Co., 1930 - 1936
Quantity : Set of four (4) bowls
Item Description: Cereal Bowl, Pink, 6 inches in diameter
Item Condition: These bowls are in excellent condition with no chip, nics or cracks.
If you have questions, please contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 828-863-2709.