This Fostoria NAVARRE (#327 etch) 10.5" handled cake plate on the #2440 Lafayette blank has no chips or cracks, but has some utensil marks (noticeable but not terrible; plate should be for use rather than displayed as mint, and therefore is priced at 60% of book value). Fostoria Glass etched pieces in Navarre from 1936-1982, mostly in crystal, but added some azure blue and rose pink pieces in the 1970s.
These Fostoria JUNE (#279 etch) topaz (yellow) 5.1" 3 oz liquor cocktail goblets on stem #5098/5298 are in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches. There might be a touch of stray acid off the etching, as is often found in June pieces, but nothing significant. Fostoria Glass Company made items with the June etch from 1928-1952. See our other June listings, many items and colors in stock.
This Fostoria NAVARRE (etch #327) 4.25" footed regular 6.75 oz creamer and 3.6" sugar set on the #2440 Lafayette blank is in excellent condition, no flaws noted and glass is crystal clear. Fostoria made items with the Navarre etch from 1936-1982.
This Fostoria Chintz (etch #338) 11" Center Fleur-de-lis Handled Sandwich Tray or Server is on the Fairfax (#2375) blank and has a book value of $75. It's in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or scratches. Fostoria Glass made items with this etch from 1940-1976. See our many other listings for Fostoria Chintz items.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1960 item #1247543 (stock #HAC104)
These Hazelware (Hazel Atlas) CAPRI blue HOBNAILS pattern cup and saucer sets are all in excellent condition; listing is for 6 sets but only 1 is shown. Hazelware made Capri in the 1960s.
These Glasbake individual covered French Casseroles are from the Patioware or Terrace set that contained these 4 handled bowls with serving tiles (see separate listing for the 4 white tiles). Contained a lifetime guarantee and advertised as "a perfect gift for serving, baking, storing." The green casserole's handle has been reattached (but is firmly in place); you almost can't tell it's been reglued except for a few pieces of missing color (see picture 2)...
This Tiffany & Co (marked) porcelain trinket or jewelry box (can be used as candy box, powder jar, etc.) has a dark blue design (with an oriental look); it's 6" wide and 2" tall and in mint condition, no flaws noted. There are 6 different designs around the edge of the box. Bottom is marked with the Tiffany & Co name and mark.
Glass From The Past
These Cambridge ROSE POINT #3121 6.5" 6 oz Tall Sherbets or Saucer Champagnes are all in excellent condition, no flaws noted. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
Glass From The Past
These crystal Cambridge Rose Point etched #3500 6.5" 7 oz Tall Sherbet are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc.; a couple have a splash of acid (not a chip) you can feel near the rim (but can only see under the jeweler's loupe). Crystal is clear and bright. 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.
This Fostoria BAROQUE (#2496) 12" Round Flat Flared Console or Center Bowl in Topaz (yellow) is in very good to excellent condition; it has a small (1/4") scratch inside and a couple smudges from stacking on the bottom, but otherwise looks unused. Priced under the $50 book value because of these small flaws. Fostoria Glass made the Baroque pattern (blank #2496) from 1936-1966.
This Topaz (Yellow) Fostoria BAROQUE 14" Cabaret Plate is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, might have some minor marks but nothing significant; book value is $50. This is the plate with a small center and turned up edges used for a serving platter as well as the salad bowl liner. Fostoria Glass made the Baroque pattern (blank #2496) from 1936-1966.
These crystal Imperial CAPE COD bread and butter or salad plates are all in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or usage. The listed size for the bread and butter #1D is 6.5" but these are closer to 6 3/4" and can easily function as a salad plate (an old Cape Cod catalog does list a #1604 1/2 salad plate of 6 3/4" so I suspect this is what they are, though the newer glass catalogs don't list these)...
This is the 3 1/2" #2719/653 JAMESTOWN Shaker Pair, Chrome Top in Rose Pink (color in pic looks a tad amethyst, but it's the 1950s rose color that tended toward mauve). Excellent condition, including tops. Fostoria Glass made this pattern from 1958-1982. See our other listings for more Jamestown in azure blue.
This listing is for 6 Jeannette “Swirl” (also called “Petal Swirl”) Cup and Saucer Sets (ultramarine teal), all in very good vintage condition. No chips, no fogging, no meaningful scratches or dings, no cracks, no repairs. 3 of the saucers are the “smooth edge” version and 3 are the “ruffled edge” (which tend to be less perfectly round). Colors vary and might include some darkening, as is common in this pattern and color (2 of the cups are slightly greener)...
These green Federal Georgian (Lovebirds) 4.5" small berry bowls are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, might be very minor wear, a tiny flea bite you can feel, or manufacturing irregularities but nothing significant. This listing is for a set of 7 bowls; only 1 shown. Federal Glass made this pattern from 1931-1936.
This pink AMERICAN SWEETHEART 9 3/4" dinner plate is in excellent condition from an unused set that was stored in the original box. MacBeth-Evans made this pattern from 1930-1935; see our other American Sweetheart listings.
This pink MacBeth-Evans American Sweetheart 13" Oval Platter is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches, just a minor manufacturing dimple on underneath on the stea area. This pattern was made from 1930-1935; see our other American Sweetheart listings.
These 6 1/8" 10 oz. Topaz (yellow) MacBeth-Evans #7068 tumblers are all in mint condition; they have a fluted, optic design and are blown and elegant; the rims have the patented CHIP-PROOF edge as advertised in their old catalogs. Made in 1931 only.