Glass From The Past
This Cambridge 5.9" 7 oz Saucer Champagnes (aka Tall Sherbet) #3600 stem, etched with Chantilly is in excellent condition, no flaws. As it is difficult to tell the #3600 and #3625 apart, please look at the second picture (compares to the more flared and 1/10" taller #3625 on the left) to make sure this is the stem you are looking for. Cambridge Glass made items etched in Chantilly from 1936-1958; see our other listings for more pieces.
This Fire King MEADOW GREEN 1.5 Quart Utility or Baking Pan is 12" by 6.5" (outside measurements, includes the handles) and has the original label; in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, etc. Milk glass with green and gold decal; decals are bright and intact. This pattern was made from 1967-1977. Marked Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA on the bottom. The dark mark on the right tab handle is the remains of the original price tag.
These Jeannette SWIRL or Petal Swirl cup and saucer sets in Ultramarine or Teal are all in excellent condition. Jeannette made this pattern in 1937-1938 only.
These Hazel Atlas cobalt Moderntone 5 7/8" Sherbet Plates are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or significant usage, might be some minor manufacturing flaws or small marks or a touch of the center clouding often found in the pattern. Moderntone was made in this color from 1934-1942.
This US Glass OCTAGON yellow (called Mandarin Gold) 9" Oval Pickle Relish bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches, just slight marks here and there. This color matches Cambridge's Gold Krystol exactly and the the shape is almost the same as its Decagon pickle relish. US Glass's Factory K made Octagon (#337) pieces in 1927 only.
This set of Hazelware SEASHELL pattern 4 3/4" Dessert or Salad Bowls in Capri blue includes 3 in excellent condition and 2 with minor chips (on the scalloped edge, so not very noticeable). Hazelware made Capri in the 1960s.
These Fostoria JUNE (#279 etch) 8 1/4" 10 oz crystal Water Goblets are etched on the #5098/5028 stem; all are in excellent condition, chips, cracks, roughness, repairs, etc. One has a touch of acid near the rim. Fostoria Glass Company made items with the JUNE etch from 1928-1952.
This Cambridge Glass #3400/68 regular sized creamer and sugar set in Emerald Green Light is in excellent, unused condition and marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935). The creamer measures 4" high and 4 1/4" wide; the sugar is 3/14" high and 5 1/4" wide.
This vintage Bartlett Collins set with a Crystal Ice decoration includes a 9" Pitcher (holds 1 Quart comfortably) and 5 3.5" Juice Glasses (each holds 6 oz to the rim). All pieces are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratches or wear to the stripes. This is Bartlett Collins Decoration #474, described by them as Hand Applied Crystal Ice and Gold Decoration. The Crystal Ice is a white textured band...
These Fostoria JAMESTOWN azure blue 6" 11 oz #2719/63 footed tea tumblers are in excellent condition; book value $22 each. Fostoria Glass made this pattern from 1958-1982.
These crystal Cambridge Rose Point etched #3121 6" 3 oz Liquor Cocktail goblets are in very good/excellent and usable condition; two have a VERY tiny ding outside (not on) the rim, priced at $20 each; one's rim has been professionally ground (hard to tell); $10. Please indicate which one(s) you want in the Comment section or in an email. Cambridge made Rose Point etched items from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
This Gold Krystol (yellow) Cambridge Glass #3400/4 12" 4-Footed Console or Center Bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, utensil marks, etc. Made c 1920s/1930s.
This Cambridge Rose Point etched #3500 7 3/4" 12 oz Footed Iced Tea Tumbler is in very good condition, there is a TEENY flea bite on the base. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
These Cambridge Rose Point etched crystal #3121 6.5" 6 oz Tall Sherbets (aka Saucer Champagnes) have a gold trim around the rim and foot and are all in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, scratches, or wear to the gold. Cambridge made Rose Point etched items from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
This listing is for 6 pieces of Fire King milk glass Fleurette pattern dinnerware; includes 2 of the 6 6/8" soup bowls and 4 of the 9 1/8" dinner plates. All pieces are in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, might be a few use marks, but nothing significant. Although this pattern is susceptible to wear, the floral decals are vivid; there are no missing or obscured flowers. This pattern was made from 1958-1961; the bottom are marked Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA...
This Cambridge #250 Martha pattern sugar and creamer set in yellow (called Mandarin Gold) is the individual or tea sized; each piece is in mint condition and has the original Cambridge sticker attached (one in gold, the other in black). Measures almost 3” high. Made c 1930s/1940s.
This pink Cambridge 12.5" #598 service or torte plate on the Decagon blank is etched with one of Cambridge's many grape motifs and is in very good condition. There are a few light marks when held to the light, and a small piece of detritus in the glass, common in this Cambridge color in the earlier pieces. Embossed with the C in a triangle Cambridge mark (pre 1935), although the mark might not be fully distinct to the naked eye. Cambridge Glass called their pink Peach Blo and later Dianthus.
This Fire King Sapphire Blue (Philbe) pie plate set includes a 8 3/8" plate and 2 of the 9" plates (really measures 9 1/4"); all are in very good, but used condition. They all have a small amount of staining (perhaps can be scrubbed cleaned), some wear, and the usual stray marks (from manufacturing) associated with this pattern. The smallest one has a nick on the edge, but there are no other chips, nicks, etc. All marked Fire-King on the bottom, dating them between 1942-1945.