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.
Farber Brothers Krome Kraft: A Guide for Collectors by Julie Sferrazza (softcover, published in 1988 by Antiques Publications); ISBN Nos. 0-915410-52-4 and 0-915410-53-2. This copy is in fair condition, it is signed by the author (to Barbara). This 181 page guide is the only Krome Kraft guide book available that I know of, and retails used elsewhere for $65.
This Colors in Cambridge Glass identification and value guide compiled by the Cambridge Collectors Club is in excellent used condition and the only true guide available for colors made by Cambridge. The inside pages are unmarked/not written on; there is only a sticker with the name "Angels in the Attic" on the inside cover. The cover has the normal shelf wear for a used book...
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 Topaz (Yellow) Fostoria BAROQUE 5" round, flared bowl with handle and 3 toes is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches; book value is $32. Fostoria Glass made the Baroque pattern (blank #2496) from 1936-1966.
We have 1 of the #3077 Willow Blue Cambridge CLEO 6" cone footed 12 oz footed iced tea tumblers in excellent condition (no chips or cracks, etc.) for $35 and one with an acid mark on the rim from manufacturing ($10, see picture 2) but otherwise no flaws. Cambridge made this pattern from 1925-1941. Please specify which one(s) you want to order in the Comments section of the Order Form or in an email.
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)...
This Cambridge Willow Blue 8" #698 Salad or Luncheon Plate on the Decagon blank and etched in CLEO measures almost 8" across the smallest portion and 8.4" point-to-point. (See separate listing for the slightly larger 8.4" Luncheon plates). It has a faint Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935) is in excellent condition; there is a 1/2" scratch underneath near the ring of the seat (otherwise excellent). Cambridge made this pattern from 1921-1945.
This Cambridge Glass cup and saucer (with a Rock Crystal Laurel Wreath and Line etch on an Emerald Green Light Pristine or Round blank) is marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935) and is in excellent condition; no flaws.
These Federal NORMANDIE (Bouquet and Lattice) pink cup and saucer sets are all in excellent condition. Federal Glass made this pattern from 1933-1944.
This light Amber Hazel Atlas FRUITS 4" Tumbler (with Combination Fruits) is a rare color in this pattern and in excellent condition, no flaws noted. Hazel Atlas Glass made the Fruits pattern from 1931-1935.
This amber LE Smith's Romanesque 10 1/2" (low) bowls is in excellent condition; book value $45+. Might be a spot or 2 of inner rim roughness, nothing significant. The Romanesque pattern, featuring geometric jeweled arches, was made in the early 1930s.
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 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. Listing is for 3 plates.
This 8.5" Hazel Atlas NEWPORT Hairpin Luncheon Plate in amethyst is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches. The luncheon plate is almost the size of the dinner plate and can be used as such. This pattern was made from 1938-1940.
This pink Hazel Atlas Royal Lace cup and saucer set is excellent condition, might have a miniscule rough spot. The Royal Lace pattern was made from 1934-1941.
These green Hazel Atlas Royal Lace cup and saucer sets are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or flea bites on the inner pattern, just a minor stacking mark underneath some of the saucers. We also have 1 extra saucer free if you want it. Hazel Atlas made this pattern from 1934-1941.
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.