Glass From The Past
These Hazel Atlas cobalt Moderntone cup and saucer sets are all in excellent condition. Moderntone was made in this color from 1934-1942.
Glass From The Past
This Fire King 5" by 9" milk glass Bread Loaf Pan has a blue floral design and is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, etc. Embossed Anchor Hocking Fire King Oven Ware Made in USA, dating it in the 1960s.
This lemon yellow McKee GLASBAKE 9 1/2" shallow pie plate with milk glass center is in very good condition, no chips or cracks, very minor wear. Has the trademark slip-proof bottom and marked Glasbake.
These milk white with gold edge Anchor Hocking Fire King SWIRL Golden/22K Anniversary 9 1/8” Dinner Plates are in excellent, unused condition (no chips, cracks, use; gold still intact). 4 shown, but there are 12 available. Book value $7.50 each. The bottom of each plate is embossed Fire King Ovenware Made in USA, dating these between 1951-1960. Please specify in Comments section of order form or in an email how many you wish to purchase.
This c 1950s NAPCO Forest or Emerald Green Rectangular planter or vase is 4" high, 5" long, and 3 1/4" deep and is marked NAPCO 1184; excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. Also great as napkin holder. The irregularities in the picture are reflections, not flaws.
These Cambridge Decagon Emerald Green Light cup and saucers sets are all in excellent condition. All pieces are marked with C in a triangle (pre 1935) but some of the marks are faint. See other pieces listed in this pattern, etched and not etched. Cambridge Glass made plain Decagon pieces in the 1930s; see our many other listings for various colors.
This Fire King pattern is rarely seen and I've never heard a name for it except "Blue, Yellow and Red Fruit"; the decals are in great shape, as is the milk glass 1 Quart bread loaf pan (no chips, cracks, use marks; there is only a stain line on the bottom of both long ends, as if it sat on a dirty shelf for a long time). Measures 5 1/4" by 9 1/4" (standard loaf pan). Embossed Fire King Made in USA (backwards) on the bottom.
These yellow (topaz) Fostoria Fairfax 6.5 oz. Cup/Saucer sets are in excellent condition; this is the footed version (#2375 1/2) of the cup with the 5.75" saucer. Fostoria Glass Company made the Fairfax pattern from 1933-1960.
These light azure blue JAMESTOWN 4 1/4" 6 1/2 oz Sherbet Stems are all in excellent condition; book value $18 each. Fostoria Glass made this pattern from 1958-1982. See our other listings for more Jamestown in azure blue and rose pink.
These pink Westmoreland English Hobnail 8" round luncheon plates are all in excellent condition, all points intact. No chips, cracks, or meaningful scratches, but might be some mold (straw) marks, as is common with this pattern. Book value is $15 each. Westmoreland made pink, green, and ice blue (turquoise) English Hobnail from 1928-1950, and amber and crystal until 1983; see our other listings for many pieces, particularly the rarer Ice Blue.
These pink Hazel Atlas CLOVERLEAF Cup and Saucer sets are all in excellent condition. Hazel Atlas Glass made this pattern from 1930-1936, and made only a few items in pink. Buy all 7 sets and get an 8th set free (it has a very small nick on the cup rim, not very noticeable, and saucer is excellent).
Glass From The Past
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. See the second picture for a close-up of the pattern.
Glass From The Past
These Imperial CAPE COD 6" #53X crystal baked apple bowls are all in excellent condition; no chips or cracks, might be slight usage marks upon inspection when held to the light. As is common in this pattern, which was made over an extended period of time, the diameter and height of the bowls might vary slightly, but all are the baked apple bowl with the flanged edge. Imperial Glass 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 Fire King 5" by 7" milk glass Bread Loaf baking pan with a yellow, green, and red vegetable design is in excellent condition; no flaws noted. Marked Anchor Hocking Oven and Microwave Safe on the bottom.
This Bottle and Glass Handbook edited by Don Maust (softcover, published in 1956 by EG Warman Publishing Company) is in excellent condition, no tears, marks or stains; just a soft pencil notation inside the cover re: price and ID. Its 158 pages cover everything from the history of glassmaking, to types of bottles, bottle identification, how to clean old bottles, labels, and many other aspects of collecting bottles (see picture of Index).
These Fostoria SEVILLE etched footed cups and saucers (on blank #2350 1/2, Pioneer) are all in excellent condition; there might be a few small scratches on the saucers from the cups, but there are no chips, cracks, or significant scratches and the amber glass and etched pattern is clear and sharp. Fostoria Glass made items with the Seville etch from 1920-1931; it is one of its older etched patterns and was made only in green and amber...
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.