This Cambridge ROSE POINT etched crystal #3500/14 sugar bowl is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, dings, meaningful marks, etc. Book value $30. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
These Cambridge Cleo etched plates are in very good to excellent condition and priced under book value. No chips, cracks, or significant use marks (some have a few stacking marks or straw marks; 1 has a ding in the middle and another has a small foggy area). At least 5 are marked with the Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935). Each measures 8 9/16" across smallest distance and 9" point-to-point; considered the 8.4" luncheon plates. This pattern was made from 1925-1941.
This Cambridge Cleo etched Emerald Green Light 3.5" #878 Decagon Single Candlestick is in excellent condition. Cambridge Glass made items with the Cleo etch from 1921-1945.
These Byzantine (Cambridge Etch #520) Emerald Green Light 8" Plates are all in excellent condition and marked with the C in a triangle; no chips, cracks, or any kind of meaningful scratch or use marks. Cambridge etched their round line with Byzantine c. 1931.
This Topaz (Yellow) Fostoria BAROQUE 10" 3 part relish (2 equal sections plus celery) has 4 tab feet and is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches; book value is $40. Fostoria Glass made the Baroque pattern (blank #2496) from 1936-1966.
This Cambridge Glass #3400/65 14" Chop or Torte Plate (serving platter or tray) in Willow Blue is in good, useful condition. There are 2 inner cracks or manufacturing flaws on the polished base (underneath) the plate; they don't go all the way through to the plate and can be seen in picture 3 and from the top in the other pictures. There is also what looks like some acid from a nearby etching process on the same base near one of the cracks, but you need to look more carefully to see that flaw...
This Fostoria waterfall (#5099) High Sherbet (aka saucer champagne) is 6" high and hold 6 oz. with a topaz (yellow) optic bowl and crystal stem and foot. In excellent condition (no chips, cracks, or other flaws). Also included if you'd like (for additional cost of shipping if any) are 2 of the Low Sherbets (4 1/4" high, holds 6 oz) free, as these have 1 VERY minor flea bite on each near rim. See picture 2...
This black ceramic Shafford redware Cat Kitchen Set (c 1950s) is in very good condition. Includes Cat Sugar, Creamer or Milk Pitcher, Salt and Pepper Shaker; all are black ceramic with red trim. Some of the red paint has flaked off in spots and the salt shaker has had its head glued back on. Some crazing on the milk pitcher and a bit of dullness on some of the pieces, but they are mostly shiny. The original cork plugs on the bottom of the shakers have been replaced with foam plugs...
This 12" flat Emerald Green Light Decagon Console or Serving Bowl has a tiny nip on the rim and is offered at a low price; the bowl is marked with the Cambridge C in a triangle. See second picture where the nip is magnified. Otherwise, in excellent condition. Cambridge made this pattern in the 1930s.
These Cambridge Decagon sugar and creamer sets in Emerald Green Light are in excellent to very good condition, no chips, cracks, etc. One sugar has a single scratch inside the bottom (about 1/2", extends from seam to near the C in a triangle). All pieces are marked with Cambridge's C in a triangle (pre 1935). Each set includes the 2.5" #979 flat, handled, regular 7 oz. creamer and the matching 2.4" 7 oz. sugar. These are considered flat although they sit on a small base...
This Fostoria NAVARRE (etch #327) Liquor Cocktail goblet is on the #6016 Wilma stem. This crystal stemware measures 5.25" high and holds 3.5 oz. It is in perfect condition and has a book value of $32. Fostoria made items with Navarre etch from 1936-1982.
One of these Cambridge Wildflower 6" 3 oz #3121 crystal etched cocktail goblets with gold trim is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. but with some minor wear to the gold on the rim (base gold all intact). There is an additional one with a minor flea bite (see picture 3). $15 for both pieces. Cambridge made items with this etch from 1940-1958.
This Duncan & Miller Glass Company FIRST LOVE #115/52 round, tab handled 2 part crystal 6" relish on the Canterbury blank has a small 1/2" scratch in inside bottom, so price is reduced from the $38 book value (see picture 2); otherwise, no flaws found. The glass is bright and clear, not cloudy, as might appear in Picture 1 (that's just the reflection). D & M made items with this etch in the late 1930s and into the 1940s.
This Cambridge Caprice 6" Tab Handled Footed Lemon Plate (Server) in Moonlight Blue (Caprice item #152) is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or meaningful scratches. Cambridge made Caprice from 1936-1957; it is their blank #3550. This piece was not reissued; it is authentic Cambridge and priced under book value.
This amber Cambridge 10 1/4" Decagon Keyhole Handled Cupped Tray (Sandwich Plate) is in excellent condition, there is a small scratch or 2 near the outer edge but otherwise no marks. Cambridge Glass made plain Decagon pieces in the 1930s; see our many other listings for various colors.
Glass From The Past
These green Jeannette Cherry Blossom 9" grill plates are all in excellent, near mint condition (no flaws found) and guaranteed authentic. Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1930-1939; it has been reproduced, but these are authentic pieces. Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1930-1939.
Glass From The Past
These Fostoria Fairfax (#2375) 8.5" crystal luncheon plates are large enough to be used as dinner plates today. Set of 7 for one price. No chips or cracks, just some stacking or utensil marks (not heavily used; all the marks could just be from storage, they look more like stacking than scratches from utensils). Plates are still clear and glass is bright. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow...
Glass From The Past
These Cambridge Rose Point etched #3121 6 oz low sherbet stems are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratches, cloudiness, or roughness. 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.