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 CAPRICE #38 medium sized footed Sugar in Moonlight Blue is in very good condition, the only flaw is a small chip on the bottom of the sugar handle (not noticeable due to the pattern; I didn't find it until after several inspections and I keep having to recheck to find it). Cambridge made Caprice from 1936-1957; it is their blank #3550.
These Cambridge Caprice #17 Saucers (with the indent for the cup) in Moonlight Blue are in excellent condition; no chips, cracks,or scratches. Cambridge made Caprice from 1936-1957; it is their blank #3550. This piece was not reissued; it is authentic Cambridge Caprice.
These amber Cambridge Apple Blossom #3400/54 cup and saucer sets are in excellent condition: cup is mint condition and saucer has some clouding, which isn't noticeable on display, but is upon inspection (price reflects this fogging; I couldn't get the camera to capture it). The cups are embossed with the C in a triangle (pre 1935 mark). Hard to find this color in Apple Blossom. Cambridge Glass made the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940.
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 crystal Fostoria JUNE (#279 etch) 4 1/4", 6 oz Low Sherbets are etched on the #5098/5028 stem. All are in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, nicks, cloudiness, etc. Fostoria Glass Company made items with the "June" etch from 1928-1952.
One of these Cambridge Wildflower 6" 3 oz #3121 crystal etched cocktail goblets with gold trim is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. but with some minor wear to the gold on the rim (base gold all intact). There is an additional one with a minor flea bite for $10 that can easily be ground down; see picture 3. Cambridge made items with this etch from 1940-1958. Please specify which one(s)/how many you wish to order in the Comments section of the order form or in an email.
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 is the version of the Cambridge Glass shaker top that has 6 holes and is flat on the top (vs. the more rounded version which has 7 holes). It fits a shake that is 3/4" at the top. I have found that these tops aren't always interchangeable because they cut them to fit the shaker, but they usually are...I just can't guarantee it. Therefore, I've priced this at my cost and this item isn't returnable. I believe this will also fit the Fostoria shakers, but I don't have one in stock to test it...
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.
This crystal Imperial CAPE COD 5 3/4" liner is designed for the 3.5" marmalade set, but can also be used as the 3.5" mustard set liner (I have the mustard listed separately). Liner is in excellent condition and its edges turn up slightly, like a cabaret plate. Imperial made Cape Cod (Blank #160) from 1932-1983, primarily in crystal. We have many pieces in this pattern, see our other listings.
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 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 MacBeth-Evans American Sweetheart 6" cereal bowls are all in excellent condition. This pattern was made from 1930-1935; see our other American Sweetheart listings.
This hardcover edition of "Anchor Hocking's Fire King & More: Identification and Value Guide" (third edition) by Gene and Cathy Florence is in excellent, unused condition and retails at $24.95.
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.
We have 1 Hazel Atlas ROYAL LACE crystal footed sugar in excellent condition for $10 and 1 that has a slight manufacturing flaw in that is doesn't quite sit flat on the table ($6). Clear and clean; any discoloration in the picture is from reflection. The Royal Lace pattern was made from 1934-1941. Please indicate which one you want in the Comments section of the Order Form or in an email.