Glass From The Past
These crystal Cambridge ROSE POINT (Rosepoint) #3121 5 oz juice tumblers (5 ¾” high) are in excellent condition and priced under book value. No chips, cracks, roughness, or scratches; unused condition. One has a small "dip" from manufacturing on the rim, but it isn't a ground chip or anything. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This vintage 7" long swan dish has a crystal neck and head with a brilliant sea blue bowl body. The lower portion of the body is textured on the outside to give it the effect of being on waves. The bottom is ground and polished to form a smooth base so it sits flat and firmly. No flaws noted, might be the usual bubble or two normally found in blown glass. This bowl is 3 3/4" wide and the dish is 5" high to the top of the swan's head...
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.
These green 4 3/4" Jeannette ADAM dessert or small berry bowls are in excellent condition. Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1932-1934. This pattern has been reproduced, but these bowls are guaranteed authentic.
These Anchor Hocking pink 3 1/2" flat 5 oz Block Optic juice tumblers are all in excellent condition and hard to find. Hocking made this pattern from 1929-1933. See our numerous listings for all colors of Block Optic.
This Cambridge crystal Apple Blossom etched #3400/1240 12" Footed Oval Refractory (Center) Bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or meaningful scratches. Crystal clear, any yellow or gold in picture is from background reflection. Book value is $125. Cambridge Glass made the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940. See our other listings for pieces in yellow and amber.
This Fostoria etched ITALIAN LACE regular 7.5 oz sugar and creamer set (on the #2496 Baroque blank) with gold trim on the edge is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches, slight gold loss on the sugar. Creamer is 3.75" high; Sugar is 3.6" high and both have a collar foot (also with gold trim). Book value for the set is $55...
This Fostoria FAIRFAX (#2375) set is the regular-sized (6.75 oz) 3.1" Footed Sugar and 3.75" Footed Creamer Set in azure (light) blue, in excellent condition. Book value is $42. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow. We have pieces in every color, so check our other listings.
This Fostoria FAIRFAX (#2375) 8.5" Oval Pickle Relish in azure blue is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, very few marks (a few shelf/stacking marks that are very light) and priced under book value. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow. We have pieces in every color, so check our other listings.
This Jeannette HARP patterned footed cake stands is in excellent condition. The crystal clear glass plate with a harp pattern is 9” wide and is on a molded stand 5” high. It has gold trim but there is wear to the trim. Jeannette Glass made the Harp pattern from 1954-1957.
This set includes Cambridge's #3400/156 4.5" 12 oz tilt ball decanter (amber, with crystal stopper) and 5 of the #1341 1 oz cordials in amber. Except for the stopper, the condition of all pieces is excellent. The stopper has a chip just along the rim that extends halfway around the end of the stopper, see picture 3. Chipped part is not visible when in the decanter. We also have the larger decanter with juice cups listed separately.
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 4 piece hand thrown pottery set includes a 7 1/2" (1 quart) coffee pitcher; a 4 1/2" (1 pint) creamer; and a 4 1/2" sugar bowl with cover (with slot for spoon). The set is beige with blue painted trim and cats encircling each piece. Each piece is signed by the potter and the entire set is in excellent condition.
These crystal Cambridge Rose Point etched #3121 6" 3 oz Liquor Cocktail goblets are in excellent condition, no flaws; they all still have the original Cambridge sticker on them. 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 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.
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 Topaz (Yellow) Fostoria BAROQUE 4" 3 toed square mint with handle 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 crystal Cambridge Glass ROSELYN etched 11" #3400/45 4 Footed Console or Center bowl is square, crimped, and in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, might find a mark or two if you inspect closely enough. Made c 1930s.