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All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fenton : Pre 1960 item #1151381 (stock #460)
King's Collectibles
$195.00
This is a stunning epergne manufactured by the Fenton Glass Company. The pattern is called Diamond Lace. It is an ice blue in color with an opalescent finish. It was only manufactured from 1949-54. This epergne has 3 removable tulip shaped vases that fit snugly into holes in the base of the bowl. The bowl measures 10.25" in diameter and is 3.75" high. It has a double crimped edge. Each vase is about 8.5" long...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Candlewick : Pre 1990 item #1146390 (stock #440)
King's Collectibles
$195.00
This basket was manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. It is in the popular Candlewick pattern which was made from 1936-1984. This is the hard-to-find large sized basket. It measures 12" long 9.75" wide (at the widest spot) and is about 8.25" tall with the applied handle. It is in excellent condition with no damage or marks.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Doric : Pre 1940 item #1146335 (stock #433)
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$75.00
The Jeannette Glass Company manufactured this lovely bowl. The pattern is called "Doric" and was only made from 1935-1938. The bowl is actually a cereal bowl. It measures just over 5" in diameter and is 2" tall. It is pink in color. We actually have 2 available. They are both in excellent condition with no cracks, chips or utensil marks.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1930 item #1101921 (stock #431)
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$65.00
This wonderful set of plates was manufactured by Fostoria. The pattern is called "Victory" and was only manufactured from 1922-28. Each plate measures 7.5" in diameter. All 6 are in excellent condition. They are not marked. The price is for the set.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1940 item #1087238 (stock #425)
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$169.00
The "Mayfair" (or "open rose") depression glass pattern was manufactured by the Hocking Glass Company between 1931 - 1937. This is a decanter with the original stopper. It stands about 10.5" high and holds 32 ounces. We have 2 available - both pink. They are both in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Hocking : Pre 1940 item #1087237 (stock #424)
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$115.00
The "Mayfair" (or "open rose") depression glass pattern was manufactured by the Hocking Glass Company between 1931 - 1937. This flower vase is better known as the "Sweet Pea" vase. It stands about 6" high and has a diameter of about 8.5" at the top. We have 2 available - one pink and 1 blue. Both are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1980 item #1024547 (stock #401)
King's Collectibles
$145.00
This dealer sign was manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. It reads "Handmade Imperial, USA" and "Candlewick Crystal". Imperial made the Candlewick pattern from 1936-1984. This dealer sign is pink in color - whereas most candlewick pieces are crystal. It measures 5.25" wide, 3.75" high and has a 1-3/8" foot on the back which allows the sign to stand up. It is in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1980 item #1024544 (stock #400)
King's Collectibles
$295.00
This candle holder and eagle adapter were manufactured by the Imperial Glass Company. The pattern is called "candlewick" and was manufactured from 1936 - 1984. This eagle adapter is a fairly rare piece. It measures 5.5" tall and is 5" wide. The candle holder is 3.5" tall and 4.25" in diameter (at the widest). The eagle was made as a place holder, and is placed in the candle holder where the candle would normally sit. Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage of any kind.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Tea Room : Pre 1940 item #999437 (stock #372)
King's Collectibles
$175.00
This vase was made by the Indiana Glass Company. The pattern is called "Tea Room" and was only made from 1926-1931. Tea Room was only made in 4 colors (green, pink, crystal and amber). This vase is pink. It measures 10.75" high and is considered to be "straight" - Indiana Glass also made a similar vase that flared at the top. This vase is in great condition! There are straw marks in the glass, which are typical of glass this age...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1960 item #996132 (stock #368)
King's Collectibles
$225.00
This cologne or perfume bottle was manufactured by the Fostoria Glass Company. I would describe the color as apricot or peach (it is much lighter than Fostoria's amber color), with hand painted flowers on one side. The bottle has a 2-1/8" square base and measures 4-1/2" tall. The stopper is nearly a cube with 1" sides. The cologne stands 5-3/4" with stopper. Both cologne bottles are in excellent condition, with no apparent damage. The hand painted flowers are showing wear on both pieces...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Cambridge : Pre 1960 item #758151 (stock #247)
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$350.00
The Cambridge Glass Company was in business from 1901 to 1958. They primarily made beautiful crystal dinnerware, and were the largest manufacturer of this type of glass in the 1920's and 30's. Early in the 1930's they began producing the "chantilly" pattern. This pattern was characterized by a delicate floral and scroll motif which was etched into the crystal. This pitcher is considered to be a rare item...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Westmoreland : Pre 1950 item #689187 (stock #226)
King's Collectibles
$120.00
This comport was made by the Westmoreland Glass Company. The pattern is called "Della Robbia" and was made from the late 1920's through the 1940's. This particular piece is said to be "decorated" or "trimmed" as the fruits in the pattern are colored - red apples, purple grapes and yellow pears. This is the Sweetmeat compote. It stands just over 8" tall and has a diameter of 7 5/8" (at the top). It is in mint condition with no damage of any kind. The colors are very good It is unmarked...
 
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