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 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 is the square version of the Cambridge Glass #3400 7 3/4" luncheon plate in Ebony (black); all are in superb condition (the white on the picture is just the flash from the camera). Signed with the C in a triangle, made pre 1935. See separate listing for same plate in 6" (bread and butter size).
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 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.
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 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).
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 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.
These yellow (Gold Krystol) Cambridge APPLE BLOSSOM 6" Finger Bowl Plates (can be used as Bread and Butter or Dessert Plates) are round and in excellent condition; no chips, cracks or meaningful use marks. All are marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935) and priced under the book value of $15 each. Cambridge Glass made items with the Apple Blossom etch (#744) from 1930-1940.
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.
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 10" high (8" wide) Teddy Bear with Santa hat sits in a rough-hewn chair and is decorated with Christmas greens/holly, a tartan blanket, and a box of gifts. It's in very good condition, with a small amount of peeling of the bark on the wood (see picture 2) on the back.
These Anchor Hocking 6.5" forest green Iced Tea tumblers with white decals are all in excellent, unused condition and holds 16 oz. Mouth is about 2 3/4" wide. We have 2 of the Gas Buggy design (picture 1) and 2 of the Bicycle Built for 2 (picture 2) design. Made in the 1950s. Please specify which one(s) you want in the comments section of the order form or in an email.
These are part of a 1920s wedding gift set (the stemware pieces have been sold); they are hand blown, rose etched crystal juice tumblers, all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. They have an inner optic paneled design (like Cambridge and Fostoria, etc.), measure 3.5" high and hold 5 oz each. Price is for a set of 4. Maker unknown.
These Fostoria Fairfax (#2365) 8.6" luncheon plates are large enough to be used as dinner plates today. They are all in excellent, unused condition, no chips or cracks, a few have some very light or occasional stacking marks from storage. The lighting made these look slightly greenish in the pictures to me, but they're the azure blue of Fostoria. Book value $14-$16 each. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow.