This Cambridge Glass #1337 Cigarette (Torchere) Goblet with Royal Blue (cobalt) bowl and crystal stem and cupped ashtray foot is in mint condition. Made c 1920s/1930s.
This Cambridge Rose Point etched crystal ROSE POINT #3400/647 2 holder Candelabrum Pair with keyhole stems is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, nicks, etc. Measures 6" high and 8" across at the widest point. The pair has a book value of $90. 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 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.
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 Rose Point etched crystal #1351 10 1/2" Crimped Bowl (flat version; there is also a version with 4 plain feet (I have listed separately) and a version with balled feet) is in very good condition (no chips, cracks, or dings, but there is single 1" scratch or manufacturing line inside the bottom in the unetched part, but near the edge). Priced well under the book value of $125. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954...
This Cambridge ROSE POINT #3900/54 10" flared, 3-Footed bowl is in very good condition; no chips or cracks, but there are 5 minor scratches in the bottom. The scratches are thin but are 1-2" long and are not deep but can be seen. Hence, this hard-to-find bowl is priced under the $80 book value. Still a great piece. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This crystal Cambridge Wildflower etched 12" #3400/48 4-Footed bowl is square with crimped edges and in very good condition. I just noticed a small, flat chip on the edge that is so hard to find that I only saw it after several inspections; accordingly, the price has been reduced to well below the book value of $100. Cambridge etched pieces with Wildflower from the late 1930s-1958.
This Clothtique Possible Dreams "King Wenceslaus" Limited Edition Santa (Item # 73001) is in excellent pre-owned condition (one owner, Santa stored in its box off season). Includes Certificate of Authority (No 530 of limited edition of 2000). Finely detailed resin Santa is dressed in a hand-sewn Clothtique costume (a long red brocade hooded coat with dark brown fur trim; under his coat is a gold brocade gown). Santa holds a tall gold staff in his hand...
This Cambridge ROSE POINT #3400/11 crystal 3 piece mayonnaise with gold trim is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, scratched, etc; gold is in great shape too (appears unused). The set includes the #3400/13 four-toed 5" bowl; 7" underplate; and 5" Cambridge ladle, all with gold trim. Cambridge Glass made Rose Point etched items from 1935-1954. See the Newsletter link on my homepage for a write-up of Cambridge Glass history and the Rose Point etch.
These Westmoreland DELLA ROBBIA 4 3/4" 8 oz Footed Tumblers or Goblets have the pastel vs. dark stain (i.e., blue rather than purple grapes). These are all in very good condition, with no chips or cracks, just some wear to the stain on some of the apples and some variation in the color of the darker stain. Della Robbia was made from 1928 into the 1940s.
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 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.
This Fostoria NAVARRE (etch #327) 14" crystal Cabaret (Torte) Plate with small center is in excellent condition; on the Baroque (#2496) blank, with turned-up edge. Book value $75. Fostoria Glass made items with the Navarre etch (#327) from 1936-1982.
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.
This 6 1/2" #3500/61 Cambridge Rose Point (Rosepoint) Relish Dish has 3 parts and 1 handle; in excellent condition; no chips, cracks, or apparent scratches. Book value is $75. Cambridge Glass made items with the Rose Point etch from 1935-1954.
This Cambridge Glass #1337 Cigarette (Torchere) Goblet with Carmen (red) bowl and crystal stem and cupped ashtray foot is in mint condition. Made c 1920s/1930s. See separate listing for same piece in Royal Blue (cobalt).
We have 4 sets of 2 Fostoria #6016 Wilma 7 5/8" 8 oz Water goblets available, all in mint condition; there is only a slight manufacturing dip on the rim of 1, otherwise I can't find any flaws. The bowl is azure blue crystal and the stem and base are clear crystal. Fostoria Glass made this stemware shape from 1946-1982, using it for their Meadow Rose and Navarre stemware, among other etches, as well as unetched, such as these. The book value for each set of 2 is $116...
Glass From The Past
This Cambridge Glass regular sized footed sugar and creamer set in their Emerald Green Light on the Round blank (#138) is etched with Etch #732 (Majestic without the edge cuttings) and is in excellent condition (no chips, cracks, scratches). Each piece measures 3" high and 3.5" wide and is marked with the Cambridge C in a triangle (pre 1935). This etch was introduced in 1927.