These Cambridge Cleo etched plates are in very good to excellent condition and priced under book value. No chips, cracks, or significant use marks (some have a few stacking marks or straw marks; 1 has a ding in the middle and another has a small foggy area). At least 5 are marked with the Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935). Each measures 8 9/16" across smallest distance and 9" point-to-point; considered the 8.4" luncheon plates. This pattern was made from 1925-1941.
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 Fostoria waterfall (#5099) High Sherbet (aka saucer champagne) is 6" high and hold 6 oz. with a topaz (yellow) optic bowl and crystal stem and foot. In excellent condition (no chips, cracks, or other flaws). Also included if you'd like (for additional cost of shipping if any) are 2 of the Low Sherbets (4 1/4" high, holds 6 oz) free, as these have 1 VERY minor flea bite on each near rim. See picture 2...
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.
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.
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 Clothtique Possible Dreams "Carpenter Santa" #713033 (1988) is in excellent pre-owned condition (one owner, Santa stored in a box off season). Finely detailed resin Santa is dressed in a hand-sewn Clothtique costume; no wear or damage to Santa; Santa's shirt has two small brown stains, but they face the back (see picture 2). Comes from a smoke-free home. Santa is about 10" high. Box shown is not included, as it belongs to another Santa.
This Hocking Old Colony (aka Open Lace or Lace Edge) 5 part platter or relish measures 12 3/4" and is in excellent condition, no chips or cracks or usage. There are a few small scratches or straw marks underneath on the bottom where it rests that you can see if you turn it over. No problems (cracks, etc) with the edges, as is common in this pattern, which was made from 1935-1938.
These 6 crystal Hazel Atlas Royal Lace cup and saucer sets are in very good condition; some minor mold roughness in the inner rims of the saucers, common in this pattern. All for one low price. The Royal Lace pattern was made from 1934-1941.
This Jeannette 10" Adam oval vegetable bowl in pink is in very good condition; there is a small nick near the inner rim not readily noticeable (I never saw it before, but was just reinspecting everything), so price has been reduced accordingly. No other flaws noted. Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1932-1934.
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.
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 green 4 3/4" Jeannette ADAM dessert or small berry bowls are in excellent condition. Listing is for a set of 2 bowls (only one shown). Jeannette Glass made this pattern from 1932-1934. This pattern has been reproduced, but these bowls are guaranteed authentic.
These Hocking SAPPHIRE BLUE BUBBLE (aka Bullseye or Provincial) 9.5" dinner plates are all in very good condition with no chips or cracks, might have some light use marks, if any. One does have a rim nick I just noticed upon reinspecting for the third time, hard to spot. Listing is for a set of 4 plates (only 1 shown). Anchor Hocking made Bubble from 1940-1965.
These Hazel Atlas Golden Topaz (yellow) ROXANA footed Sherbets are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, roughness, etc. Hazel Atlas Glass made only 7 different items in this pattern, in 1932 only. Listing is for a set of 3 (only one shown).
This Fire King 1 1/2 quart covered casserole in the Gay Fad FRUITS pattern is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, scratches, etc. It has 3 fruits (pears, peaches, grapes) on front and back. Embossed Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA on the bottoms; painted by Gay Fad Studios for Fire King. Listed book value is $30-$35.
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...