The sugar and lid are in great condition, but the creamer is missing a lid and has a very tiny flaw on the rim. It was made by the Campbell Jones Company,Pittsburgh,Pa. in 1870.I am only charging for the sugar and lid, but including both pieces.rice is $49.00 plus postage and insurance.The sugar measures 7.25" high .
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : MacBeth-Evans : Pre 1940 item #1172099 (stock #867-874)
This collection is being sold as a group of 10 items: 2 creamers,3 sherbets,5 saucers and 4 plates. Some of the items have an amber or golden rose band while others do not. They were made from 1930-33 and are in good condition, but the base of the two sherbets are a little rough. They book for $72.00,but the price here is $35.00 plus postage for 14 pieces.The plates are 8".
This great old bowl was made in 1891 and is in perfect condition guaranteed. All of the lattice work is still intact. It is 8" wide and 2.5" high.The price is $38.00 plus postage and insurance.
This vase has a line number of 2470, but not a name. It was made from 1933-43 and is in excellent condition.There is an internal optic and this makes it difficult to film. We are selling the vase for $60.00 plus postage and insurance.We just have one.The vase stands 9.5" tall and 4.5" wide.
This English made Sowerby toothpick holder or basket weave wall match holder was made in 1881 and is in excellent condition. It has the Sowerby emblem on the bottom and inside is a crown at the top of a triangle. On the inside of the triangle is the letters RD.The piece measures 4" high and 2.5" wide.The depth is 2.5". The piece is being offered for $39.00plus postage and insurance.
This bowl was made from the 1920's to 30's. It is in excellent condition and was meant to hold bananas ,but can be used for anything.It is being sold for $40.00 plus postage and insurance.
This large 10" bowl can be used as a part of a console set with the candle holders.We are only selling the bowl here. It is excellent condition and was made during the depression era. The bowl is being sold for $40.00 plus postage and insurance.
Monticello was made from 1920-1960 This set of six is in excellent condition and measures 3.5"width and 3" for the glassware. The set of six is being sold for $25.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Northwood gold and red apples and roses pattern is 11" across with a scalloped top. The bowl is in excellent condition and was made in 1906. A rare find. It is being sold for $55.00 plus postage and insurance.
This cranberry dot or spot optic pitcher was made in the early 1900's.It has a reeded crystal handle,ball shaped and round neck. It measures 8.5"high and 7.5" wide. It is in excellent condition with no problems. (guaranteed )The price is $175.00 plus postage and insurance.
These Daisy and Buttons pattern glass tumblers are in excellent condition (guaranteed). The base also has the design and are ground around the pattern. They measure 3.75" high and 3" wide. Each glass holds 7 oz. of liquid. The price of $44.00 is for 4 tumblers plus postage and insurance. Two have been sold. they were made in the late 1800's. I will sell them for $20.00 each.
Imperial pink rolled edge console bowl is in excellent condition. The piece measures 10.50" wide and 2.50" high. It is footed and the pattern # is 675 R. The pattern is sometimes referred to as tree of life or soda gold (in carnival).This pattern was made by several older manufacturers, but not in this shape.The price is 44.00 plus postage and insurance.