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 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 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).
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).
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 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 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...
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.
These crystal Imperial CAPE COD bread and butter or salad plates are all in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or usage. The listed size for the bread and butter #1D is 6.5" but these are closer to 6 3/4" and can easily function as a salad plate (an old Cape Cod catalog does list a #1604 1/2 salad plate of 6 3/4" so I suspect this is what they are, though the newer glass catalogs don't list these)...
These Hazel Atlas 3" pink footed sherbets are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. Hazel Atlas Glass made this pattern from 1930-1936.
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.
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These Cambridge #3400/54 Cup and Saucer sets in yellow (called Gold Krystol) are all in excellent condition; there are 2 extra cups available @ $5 each and a cream soup underplate available @ $5 (see pictures 2 and 3; can be used as a saucer but is a tad larger; the cup and saucer set pictured in 3 uses the cream soup plate so you can see how it looks with the cup). All pieces are marked with the C in a triangle, pre 1935...
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.
These Gold Krystol (yellow) Cambridge Glass 6" #3400/53 Cereal Bowls are both are in excellent condition, no flaws noted and marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935). Very hard to find in this size.
These green Federal Georgian (Lovebirds) 4.5" small berry bowls are in excellent condition, no chips or cracks, might be very minor wear, a tiny flea bite you can feel, or manufacturing irregularities but nothing significant. Federal Glass made this pattern from 1931-1936.
These Fostoria FAIRFAX (#2375) regular sized footed cup and saucer sets in amber are all in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches. We also have an extra cup with a tiny nick (I didn't notice it at first, it isn't obvious) free for cost of shipping. Fostoria made Fairfax from 1933-1960, mostly in crystal, amber, azure blue, rose pink, green, orchid, and topaz yellow. We have pieces in every color, so check our other listings...
These Hocking SAPPHIRE BLUE BUBBLE (aka Bullseye or Provincial) 9.5" dinner plates are all in very good condition with no chips or cracks, might have some light use marks, if any. One does have a rim nick I just noticed upon reinspecting for the third time, hard to spot but price reduced to $7 for that plate. Anchor Hocking made Bubble from 1940-1965. Please indicate in the Comments section of the order form if you want to order the one with the nick.
This Fire King milk glass spout-handled round casserole in the GINGHAM FLOWERS pattern is 8 3/4" wide, holds 1.5 quarts, and has a pattern of green, yellow, orange, and brown gingham flowers. It is in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or scratches; appears unused. Camera angle makes the casserole look oval, but it's round. Embossed Anchor Hocking Fire-King, Oven Proof, Made in USA, dating it mid to late 1970s. See matching bowl listed separately.