These Cambridge Cleo etched Emerald Green Light 8" (Decagon #698) Lunch or Salad plates are all in excellent condition, might have occasional use or stacking mark if any and a bit of dark green from the dye, not unusual in corners in this color/pattern. Marked with the C in a triangle, pre 1935. Book value $22 each. The third picture accentuates the green to make it brighter to show the pattern more clearly (actually colors is not as bright)...
These Cambridge #265 DECAGON 2.5" flat 7 oz. (regular sized) cup and 5.6" saucer (with indent) sets are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, the saucers have some stracking marks; they are the cobalt blue that Cambridge called Ritz Blue. Some pieces are marked faintly with Cambridge's C in a triangle (pre 1935). Cambridge Glass made the Decagon pattern in the 1930s.
This Jeannette Doric pink cup and saucer (with indent for the cup) set is in excellent condition. Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1935 to 1938.
These Federal MADRID pattern 2 1/8" amber Jelly (Jello) Molds or Custard Bowls are all authentic and in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches. Federal made this pattern from 1932-1939.
These crystal Hazel Atlas Royal Lace cup and saucer sets are excellent condition; might be some mold roughness usually associated with the saucers of this pattern, but nothing significant or none at all. The Royal Lace pattern was made from 1934-1941.
These Fostoria FAIRFAX (#2375) regular sized footed cup and saucer sets in azure blue are all in excellent condition; no chips or cracks. One cup has a slight manufacturing flaw on the rim; if you look at it under the jewler's loupe, you can see a tiny bit of coal (not seen with the eye) and 2 very short lines. Fostoria Glass made the Fairfax pattern from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow...
These Depression era 5" Wine Stems have an amethyst bowl and simple crystal stem and base; all 3 are in perfect condition. I haven't been able to identify the maker or pattern, but the quality is such that they must be from one of the elegant glass makers (Cambridge, Fostoria, etc.). The color matches Cambridge's Amethyst exactly. Each holds 3 oz., the standard wine size of the era, better for use as a cocktail or cordial today.
These crystal Cambridge Rose Point (Rosepoint) etched 8 1/2" #3400/62 salad plates are all in excellent condition, very minor stacking marks on a few, appear unused. Called the salad plate in the catalog, but are the size of luncheon plates. Measures 8" at shortest point, closer to 8 1/2" at widest and cataloged as 8 1/2". Book value $20. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
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.
These amber Cambridge Apple Blossom #3400/54 cup and saucer sets are in excellent condition: cup is mint condition and saucer has some clouding, which isn't noticeable on display, but is upon inspection (price reflects this fogging; I couldn't get the camera to capture it). The cups are embossed with the C in a triangle (pre 1935 mark). Hard to find this color in Apple Blossom. Cambridge Glass made the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940.
These Fostoria NAVARRE etched crystal 2.4" 6 oz footed coffee cups with the 5.6" saucers with indent on the #2440 Lafayette blank are all in excellent condition. Fostoria Glass made items with the Navarre etch (#327) from 1936-1982. Book value for each set is $26.
This Fire King Sapphire Blue (Philbe) 9 1/8" by 5 1/8" (deep version) Bread Loaf Pan is in excellent condition; it has a very few minor flea bites on the inner rim that you can feel but not really see. It also has the usual stray marks (from manufacturing) associated with this pattern. Marked Fire-King on the bottom, dating it between 1942-1945.
This Indiana Glass No. 602 (called Moderne Classic) pink 6.8" 2-handled tray is in excellent condition. It was made as the underplate for the mayonnaise bowl, but could be used for a lemon tray or a bon bon plate as well. Made c 1930s.
This Cambridge 5.9" 7 oz Saucer Champagnes (aka Tall Sherbet) #3600 stem, etched with Chantilly is in excellent condition, no flaws. As it is difficult to tell the #3600 and #3625 apart, please look at the second picture (compares to the more flared and 1/10" taller #3625 on the left) to make sure this is the stem you are looking for. Cambridge Glass made items etched in Chantilly from 1936-1958; see our other listings for more pieces.
This Fire King MEADOW GREEN 1.5 Quart Utility or Baking Pan is 12" by 6.5" (outside measurements, includes the handles) and has the original label; in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, etc. Milk glass with green and gold decal; decals are bright and intact. This pattern was made from 1967-1977. Marked Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA on the bottom. The dark mark on the right tab handle is the remains of the original price tag.
These Hazel Atlas cobalt Moderntone 5 7/8" Sherbet Plates are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or significant usage, might be some minor manufacturing flaws or small marks or a touch of the center clouding often found in the pattern. Moderntone was made in this color from 1934-1942.
This US Glass OCTAGON yellow (called Mandarin Gold) 9" Oval Pickle Relish bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches, just slight marks here and there. This color matches Cambridge's Gold Krystol exactly and the the shape is almost the same as its Decagon pickle relish. US Glass's Factory K made Octagon (#337) pieces in 1927 only.
These Jeannette SWIRL or Petal Swirl cup and saucer sets in Ultramarine or Teal are all in excellent condition. Jeannette made this pattern in 1937-1938 only.