This #3500/90 Cambridge Glass cigarette goblet (torchere) has a Forest (Emerald Dark) Green Bowl and a crystal #3500 stem and cupped (ashtray) foot. Perfect condition. 7 5/16" high. Made c 1920s/1930s.
This Central Glass Torchere (Cigarette) Goblet with green stem and green astray foot has a diamond quilted crystal bowl with a gilded Basket Etch. No chips, cracks, or scratches on the glass; gilding on the etch in great condition, minor gold wear on base and rim trim. Central Glass opened in the 1860s (in Wheeling WV) and closed in 1939, never recovering from the Depression.
This Central Glass Cigarette Goblet (Torchere) has an etched and gilded lovebird or exotic parrot design and a topaz yellow/amber ashtray base and foot. The inside of the bowl is a hex optic design. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks, gilding on bird is intact...
This Cambridge Glass Emerald Green Light Rock Crystal engraved or wheel etched (Engraving #539) 12" Decagon rolled edge console bowl with matching Emerald Green Light flower frog is in excellent condition. See Picture 3 for a close up of the etch. There are 1-2 small scratches from the frog inside the bowl and a tiny flat chip under the rim of the frog; neither flaw is significant. The flower frog is the 3 1/2" 13 hole #2899 Cambridge frog, embossed Pat D April 11 1916 on its side...
These Hazel Atlas cobalt Moderntone cup and saucer sets are all in excellent condition. Listing is for a lot of 9 sets ( but only one shown). Moderntone was made in this color from 1934-1942.
This Cambridge Glass #3500/88 Torchere (Cigarette) Goblet with a Carmen (red) bowl and crystal stem and flat foot is 7 5/16" and in perfect condition. Made c 1920s/1930s.
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$50 (6 available); $40 (1 available); $20 (1 available)
$50 (6 available); $40 (1 available); $20 (1 available)
We have 6 crystal Cambridge ROSE POINT #3121 5.8" Wine Goblets in mint condition ($50); 1 in excellent condition ($40); and 1 in very good repaired condition ($20). The $40 one is priced below book value because it is a tad shorter and thinner at the top than usual; I believe it was made that way (the rim is nicely polished and does not seem to have been repaired at all, even in looking under the jeweler's loupe I can find no evidence of repair)...
This Fostoria CHINTZ (Etch #338) 3 piece mayonnaise is on the Baroque blank (line #2496) and is in excellent condition and crystal is brilliantly clear (any yellow in the picture is from background reflection). Set includes the 5" flared, crimped 3.5" high mayonnaise bowl, the 6.5" underplate (liner) with indent (there are a few stray stacking marks on the liner) and plain glass 5" Fostoria spoon or ladle (the ladles weren't etched). Fostoria Glass made items with this etch from 1940-1976...
This Fostoria CHINTZ (etch #338) double-lite candleholder pair is 5.25" high with an 8" spread; has flame arms and is in excellent condition (no flaws noted). Book value $125. They are etched on the #2496 Baroque mold. Fostoria Glass made items with this etch from 1940-1976.
This crystal Cambridge etched Wildflower 4 Piece Twin Salad Dressing Set is made on the Tally Ho blank as item #1402/95. It includes a 5 3/4" wide, 3 1/4" high etched dressing or sauce bowl with a divider; an 8" etched underplate (liner) and 2 Cambridge crystal ladles or spoons (ladles are slightly different from each other but both look like Cambridge). It is in excellent condition. Cambridge made items with this etch from 1940-1958.
This Cambridge Cleo etched light Willow Blue 10.75" Decagon #870 center keyhole handled sandwich server tray is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratches, etc. Book value is $125. Cambridge Glass made items with the Cleo etch from 1921-1945.
This Central Glass Cigarette Goblet (Torchere) has an etched and gilded lovebird or exotic parrot design and a light green ashtray base and foot. The inside of the bowl is a hex optic design. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks, gilding on bird is intact, very little wear to gold around base/rim. Central Glass opened in the 1860s (in Wheeling WV) and closed in 1939, never recovering from the Depression.
These pink Westmoreland English Hobnail 8" round luncheon plates are all in excellent condition, all points intact. No chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches, but might be some mold (straw) marks, as is common with this pattern. Price is for 11 plates (only one shown). Westmoreland made pink, green, and ice blue (turquoise) English Hobnail from 1928-1950, and amber and crystal until 1983; see our other listings for many pieces, particularly the rarer Ice Blue.
I have 1 crystal Cambridge ROSE POINT #3121 6.25" 6.5 oz Café Parfait in excellent condition (no flaws, $55) and 1 with a touch of roughness inside (not on) the rim in a very small spot (hard to find unless you're looking for it; $35); both priced under the $75 book value. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This #3900/120 Cambridge Rose Point (Rosepoint) 12" 5-part Celery & Relish dish is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches; latest book value is $70. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This Cambridge ROSE POINT #3121 6 1/4" 4.5 oz Claret goblet is in excellent condition (no chips, cracks, roughness, etc). Shaped like the wine, but a tad larger. Book value $85 each; 2 available in same great condition. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This crystal Cambridge ROSE POINT etched 10" round 5-Part Celery & Relish (on the Round #394 blank) is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or scratches inside, just a couple manufacturing flaws (a tiny bubble inside on the turned up edge and a swirl of dark that wasn't blended properly during glassmaking; book value $85. Cambridge Glass made Rose Point crystal etched items from 1935-1954...
This Cambridge Rose Point #3400/200 11" 3 part 4 toed crystal Relish is one of the more unusual relish dishes and is in excellent condition; no flaws noted and priced under book value. 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.