This softcover "Cambridge Stemware" (Second Edition) identification guide (by Mark Nye) is in excellent/very good used condition; some shelf/use wear but no writing, rips, etc. Important Cambridge Glass resource book; lists sizes, types, colors, years, etchings, engravings, decorations and description (including reproductions, if any) for Cambridge stems (by number and common name) with picture. 264 pages.
This hardcover edition of Gene Florence's "Collectible Glassware from the 40s 50s 60s" (Sixth Edition, 2002) has 237 pages filled with colored and balck and white pictures and listings of Fostoria tableware (all types: pressed, etched, cut and decorated). It is in excellent, used condition, no writing, rips, etc. (just some slight cover ware). Shipping: $3 media mail or $5 Priority, I will ship priority unless you tell me otherwise
This vintage porcelain cat is 10" high and 5" wide, hollow and in excellent condition. No markings.
This Imperial CAPE COD set is in excellent condition and includes the 3" high #96 flat straight sided salt/pepper with plastic tops and the 3" #183 nut cup or 1-handled holder. Tops are a bit yellow but have no splits or cracks to make them loose; they fit nicely. Glass is clean and clear, appears unused. Imperial made “Cape Cod” (Blank #160) from 1932-1983, primarily in crystal.
This hardcover edition of "The Cambridge Glass Co. Cambridge Ohio 1930-1934" identification guide compiled by the Cambridge Collectors Club is in excellent condition; some shelf wear on the cover but no marks, rips, etc. Includes updated values for 1997; better as an identification guide rather than a value guide. Includes many of the etched lines, engraved lines, sets, novelties, stemware lines (including "Nudes"), etc. Important Cambridge Glass resource book.
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.
These Fostoria FAIRFAX Green footed After-Dinner (Demitasse) Cup and Saucer sets are in excellent condition (no flaws noted). Cup is 2.75" high and holds 2.5 oz; saucer with indent is 4.75" wide. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow.
This hardcover edition of "The Cambridge Glass Co. Cambridge Ohio 1949-1953" identification guide compiled by the Cambridge Collectors Club is in very good condition; some shelf wear on the cover but no marks, rips, etc. Includes value insert for 1986; better as an identification guide rather than a value guide. Includes many of the etched lines, engraved lines, sets, novelties, stemware lines, etc. Important Cambridge Glass resource book.
This hardcover edition of Barbara & Jim Mauzy's "Mauzy's Depression Glass, a Photographic Reference with Prices" (Second Edition, 2001) has 256 pages filled with colored pictures, itemized listings, and descriptions for not just the usual Depression Glass patterns found in Gene Florence's books, but many Fire King patterns and some of the more unusual patterns. It is in excellent/very good, used condition, no writing, rips, etc. (has cover ware only)...
This Cambridge Glass amethyst #3500/69 3 compartment round relish (with pie crust, or gadroon edge) is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches. Made c 1930-1940.
This hardcover edition of Gene & Cathy Florence's "Ovenware from the 1920s to the Present" (2006) has 204 pages filled with colored pictures of all types of collectible glass ovenware from Federal, Fire-King, Fry, Glasbake, and Pyrex. It is in excellent, used condition, no writing, rips, etc. (appears new except for slight cover ware).
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.
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.
This hardcover edition of Gene Florence's "Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years: Identification and Values" (2001) has 270 pages filled with colored pictures of all types of collectible kitchenware, organized in various ways (companies; item type; color; etc.). It is in excellent, used condition, no writing, rips, etc. (appears new except for slight cover ware).
These Fostoria JUNE (#279 etch) 8 1/4" 10 oz crystal Water Goblets are etched on the #5098/5028 stem; all are in excellent condition, chips, cracks, roughness, repairs, etc. Fostoria Glass Company made items with the JUNE etch from 1928-1952.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : New Century : Pre 1940 item #838295 (stock #HANC100)
These 3.5" 5 oz Hazel Atlas NEW CENTURY amethyst Juice Tumblers are in excellent condition, no flaws noted. This pattern was made from 1930-1935.
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.
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)...