These Hazel Atlas Moroccan Amethyst cup and saucer sets are all in excellent condition. Picture shows cup with the original sticker, but that one has been sold. The Hazelware Division of Continental Can (formerly Hazel Atlas Glass) made this pattern in the 1960s.
These 9 1/2" oval Hazel Atlas (Hazelware) Capri blue (Colony shape) bowls are in excellent condition, no flaws noted. 1 1/2" high. Hazelware made Capri in the 1960s.
This Anchor Hocking 9 1/2" PRINCESS dinner plate is the lighter yellow (topaz, not apricot) in the pattern and in excellent condition. The Princess pattern was made from 1931-1935.
We have 2 Anchor Hocking Fire-King Fruits pattern 7 3/16" wide mixing bowls, both in very good condition, no chips or cracks. They have four fruits (pear, peach, grapes, cherries); on one, the cherries and grapes are faded ($8) (see pictures 3 and 4), on the other, there is no fading ($15). Might also be minor wear or use marks, but nothing significant; marked Fire King Ware (mid to late 1940s). Painted by Gay Fad Studios for Fire-King...
This Anchor Hocking Fire-King MEADOW GREEN 1.5 Quart Oval (Au Gratin) Casserole with milk white cover is in excellent condition; no chips or cracks, just a few small use marks here and there. Milk glass with green and gold decal; decals are bright and intact. This pattern was made from 1967-1977. Embossed Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA on the bottom.
These Cambridge Caprice #21 6.5" Bread and Butter Plates in Moonlight Blue are in excellent condition; no chips or cracks, might be a few scratches or stacking marks, but no significant use. Priced under book value. Cambridge made Caprice from 1936-1957; it is their blank #3550. We also have an extra one with a flat rim chip on one of the scallops that is hard to spot unless you're looking for it; yours free when you order any of the others if you want it (email me)...
These 3 3/4" clear glass footed cordials or whiskey or bar tumblers are in mint condition; no chips, cracks, roughness, etc. Holds 3.5 oz to the rim, so I would say 2 oz comfortably. Design is similar to several Depression era companies, but I haven't identified the pattern specifically. Definitely from the 1920s/1930s or earlier. Price is for a set of 5.
This rose pink Fostoria Fairfax #2375 2.75" tea sized (individual) footed sugar is in excellent condition. Holds 3 oz. Fostoria Glass 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 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...
These Fire King Blue and Gold Leaf (also known as Biscayne) 5 1/4 x 9 1/4 Loaf Pans with blue trim are in very good condition; there might be some minor spots (upon close inspection) to the leaves and/or some minor dings to blue edge (again, not very noticeable, just normal shelf wear) and/or some swirl marks to the bottom of the pan (either from manufacturing or use). Clean and otherwise terrific for this early, unusual pattern, no major issues. Embossed Fire King Made in USA. Made c 1950s.
This Fire-King Peach Blossom 1.5 Quart oval covered casserole dish (painted by Gay Fad Studios for Fire-King) is in fair condition and priced accordingly. There is a small chip in the inner rim of the lid (see picture 2; it's the second lip that's inside the bowl, not along the edge) and there are some inner use marks and some minor baking stains, though the piece actually shows quite well if your purpose is display. It is also very usable...
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 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.
This Cambridge Glass Peach Blo or Dianthus (Pink) open handled Decagon bon bon or sweetmeat bowl with Band Etch #727 is in excellent condition; 6 1/4" wide (not including handles). There is a tiny burst bubble outside and another tiny intact bubble underneath the bowl, but otherwise no flaws noted. These flaws occurred in manufacturing and barely noticeable. Marked with C in a triangle (pre 1935).
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 black ceramic Scottie Dog planter (c 1950s) is in excellent condition. There is a small scuff on his rump, a "touch up" where it is a bit rough (about 1/4" in size) over one eye, and a small amount of shelf wear on the bottom. Measures 6" wide and 7 1/2" tall.
Glass From The Past
These Hazel Atlas NEWPORT (also known as Hairpin) 8.5" cobalt blue luncheon plates are all in very good condition; there is a minor manufacturing bump or indentation in each and it might have the usual slightly cloudy center, but no cracks, chips, scratches, etc. This pattern was made from 1938-1940.
Glass From The Past
These Fostoria JUNE (#279 etch) on Fairfax (#2375 blank), topaz (golden yellow) 7 1/2" Salad Plates are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, might be an occasional stacking mark or some slight use marks, but no significant marks. Fostoria Glass Company made items with the June etch from 1928-1952.