This Fostoria CHINTZ (Etch #338) 3 piece mayonnaise is on the Baroque blank (line #2496) and is in excellent condition and crystal is brilliantly clear (any yellow in the picture is from background reflection). Set includes the 5" flared, crimped 3.5" high mayonnaise bowl, the 6.5" underplate (liner) with indent (there are a few stray stacking marks on the liner) and plain glass 5" Fostoria spoon or ladle (the ladles weren't etched). Fostoria Glass made items with this etch from 1940-1976...
This crystal Cambridge etched Wildflower 4 Piece Twin Salad Dressing Set is made on the Tally Ho blank as item #1402/95. It includes a 5 3/4" wide, 3 1/4" high etched dressing or sauce bowl with a divider; an 8" etched underplate (liner) and 2 Cambridge crystal ladles or spoons (ladles are slightly different from each other but both look like Cambridge). It is in excellent condition. Cambridge made items with this etch from 1940-1958.
This Fostoria CHINTZ (etch #338) double-lite candleholder pair is 5.25" high with an 8" spread; has flame arms and is in excellent condition (no flaws noted). Book value $125. They are etched on the #2496 Baroque mold. Fostoria Glass made items with this etch from 1940-1976.
This Central Glass Torchere (Cigarette) Goblet with green stem and green astray foot has a diamond quilted crystal bowl with a gilded Basket Etch. No chips, cracks, or scratches on the glass; gilding on the etch in great condition, minor gold wear on base and rim trim. Central Glass opened in the 1860s (in Wheeling WV) and closed in 1939, never recovering from the Depression.
Glass From The Past
This #3900/125 Cambridge Rose Point (Rosepoint) 9" 3-part and 4-footed Celery & Relish dish is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches; latest book value is $60. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This Fostoria MIDNIGHT ROSE (etching #316) 10 1/2" bowl is in excellent condition; it's on the #2470 blank, which was mostly made plain (very few pieces were etched). This 4-footed bowl has gently scalloped edges and a book value of $85. This pattern was made from 1933-1957.
This Fostoria NAVARRE (#327) etch on the #2545 12 1/2" oblong Flame bowl with smooth rim is in excellent condition; no flaws noted. Only 11 types of pieces (plain and etched) were made in the Flame design. Glass is crystal clear. Fostoria made items with the Navarre etch from 1936-1982. Book value for this piece is $115.
These Cambridge Apple Blossom 9-1/2" #3400/63 Dinner Plates are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks; unused, a stacking mark here and there if any. They are yellow, called Gold Krystol; Cambridge Glass made items etched in the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940. Most or all are marked with C in a triangle, though the trademark might be faint (pre 1935 mark). Book value is $85 each. See our other listings for pieces in Yellow, green, and clear.
These Cambridge Rose Point crystal etched #3500 6 5/8" 2.5 oz Wine Goblets are in excellent condition, some have that bit of "wavy" manufacturing look to the rim, but no chips, cracks, scratches, etc.; book value $60 each. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
This Cambridge Rose Point etched crystal #3500/50 6" 1 Handled Nappy is in excellent condition (no flaws noted) and priced under book value. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
This Duncan & Miller Sandwich pattern 11 1/2" Ruffled Flower Bowl is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratches, etc. Duncan & Miller made its Sandwich pattern from 1924-1955; this is the elegant crystal version of the pattern (which they originally called Lace) based on an early pressed pattern made by Sandwich Glass, also made later by Anchor Hocking and Indiana Glass. DM is characterized by a 10 pointed star surrounded by a quilted effect on the bottom of most pieces.
This Heisey Orchid etched crystal 6 1/2" tab handled, oval, 2-part salad dressing bowl on the #1509 Queen Anne blank is signed with the H in a diamond and is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches. Book value approx. $80. AH Heisey & Company made crystal items with the Orchid (#507) etch from 1940-1957.
These Cambridge Rose Point crystal etched #3121 8 1/4" 10 oz water goblets are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or dings. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This crystal Cambridge WILDFLOWER etched #3121 5 1/4" 1 oz Cordial Goblet is in mint condition; no flaws. Cambridge etched pieces with Wildflower from the late 1930s-1958.
These Hazel Atlas 3" pink footed sherbets are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, etc. Listing is for a set of 8 (only 1 shown). Hazel Atlas Glass made this pattern from 1930-1936.
This Imperial CAPE COD 12.5" #160010B Flared Bowl with 1.5" Smooth Rim is shown in the old catalogues as a punch bowl; it's 6 3/4" deep and holds about 3/4 of a gallon (slightly less than the other punch bowls, but it's larger than the salad bowl). Excellent condition; no chips, cracks, scratches, etc. Current price guides don't mention its function, would be great for use as punch, serving, or salad bowl. Priced below book value $90. Base fits on the ring of the punch bowl plate/cabaret plate...
This Cambridge APPLE BLOSSOM etched 13" #3400/1 flat, flared bowl in Gold Krystol (yellow, not amber, though some of the pictures look dark) is in excellent condition and marked with the C in a triangle, pre 1935 mark. When the light hits the bowl a certain way, there appears to be a light gilding on some of the etched area, but I do not believe this was ever gilded. Book value $85. Cambridge Glass made items with this etch from 1930-1940. See our other Apple Blossom listings.
This Westmoreland Della Robbia (#1058) 12" Bowl (flat, flared, with blue grape stain version called pastel) is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or wear. Westmoreland Glass made this pattern from late 1920s into the 1940s.