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All Items : Dinnerware : Pre 1980 item #1088654 (stock #427)
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$35.00
This wonderful cup and saucer were made in England by the Johnson Brothers. The pattern is called "Fish" and was only manufactured from 1955-1976. As the pattern name would indicate, the design shows various fish on a cream background. The cup measures 2.75" high and has a 3.25" diameter at the rim. The saucer measures 5.75" in diameter. The cup is marked "Made in England", while the saucer the Johnson Brothers mark (see photo). Both pieces are in excellent condition with no damage.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Heisey : Pre 1950 item #787239 (stock #258)
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$30.00
This beautiful stem was made by the Heisey Glass Co. It is stem number 3350, and etch number 439. The pattern is called "Pied Piper" and was made from 1922 to 1942. The pattern consists of medallions or circles with people etched within each. This piece has 3. One is a male figure playing the pipe - the pied piper himself, of course. The other two show dancing females - presumably children, if you know the story. The medallions are linked together by swags...
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 1940 item #634134 (stock #194)
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$28.00
This beautiful plate was made in England by Wedgwood. Apparently Wedgwood was commissioned by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology to make this set of 12 plates, depicting 12 different buildings (on campus) of historical significance. The building is at the center of each plate, surrounded by flowers and leaves. They are all blue in color. They are each marked with the "Wedgwood" mark, as well as the name of the building shown, and the year 1930...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Duncan and Miller : Pre 1960 item #621501 (stock #192)
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$27.50
This beautiful plate was manufactured by Duncan Miller. It is in the shape of the "Canterbury Line", #115. It is etched in the "First Love" pattern. This pattern was first introduced in 1937, reportedly to go along with the Rogers Brothers 1847 silver pattern of the same name. The "First Love" pattern is an etched pattern depicting floral bouquets and fans with alternating wildflower sprays. The pattern was discontinued around 1955. This plate is a luncheon plate...
All Items : China : English : Pre 1910 item #651203 (stock #206)
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$25.00
These crescent shaped dishes or "bone dishes" were created by Johnson Brothers, England. They are in the Leighton pattern, in gray. The Leighton pattern is a floral pattern, and is considered to be a Johnson Brother's "Golden Oldie". The mark dates their production to around 1900 (see photo). Each dish measures 6 1/4" by 4" and is 7/8" high. 4 are in excellent condition, with some crazing (typical of 100 year old pieces)...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Duncan and Miller : Pre 1960 item #621507 (stock #193)
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$25.00
This beautiful cup was manufactured by Duncan Miller. It is in the shape of the "Canterbury Line", #115. It is etched in the "First Love" pattern. This pattern was first introduced in 1937, reportedly to go along with the Rogers Brothers 1847 silver pattern of the same name. The "First Love" pattern is an etched pattern depicting floral bouquets and fans with alternating wildflower sprays. The pattern was discontinued around 1955. This cup measures 3 3/8" in diameter and stands 2 5/8" high...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Tiffin : Pre 1950 item #548717 (stock #165)
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$25.00
This beautiful gold encrusted stem was made by the Tiffin Glass Company. Tiffin Glass was founded in 1887 in Tiffin, Ohio and was just one of the many factories composing the U.S. Glass Company. During the mid-teens, Tiffin's master craftsmen began producing delicately etched, cut and blown stemware and dinnerware patterns in clear and colored crystal...
All Items : Glassware : Carnival : Pre 1920 item #1151385 (stock #462)
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$22.50
This lovely carnival sherbet was manufactured by Northwood. The pattern is called "Flute". It is marigold in color with a lighter base on the foot. We have 6 of these sherbet glasses available. They measure 3.375" tall and have a 4.125" diameter at the rim. They are all in excellent condition with no damage. There are variations and inconsistencies in the color as is expected with carnival glass pieces of this pre 1920 era. They are each marked with the N inside the bowl.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Tiffin : Pre 1950 item #548714 (stock #164)
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$20.00
This beautiful gold encrusted stem was made by the Tiffin Glass Company. Tiffin Glass was founded in 1887 in Tiffin, Ohio and was just one of the many factories composing the U.S. Glass Company. During the mid-teens, Tiffin's master craftsmen began producing delicately etched, cut and blown stemware and dinnerware patterns in clear and colored crystal. The Tiffin factories were closed in 1962, then re-opened in 1963 as the Tiffin Art Glass Company. This stem is in the Melrose-clear pattern (stem...
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 2000 item #1017065 (stock #397)
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$20.00
These plates are from a series of scenic plates produced in the 1980's and 90's by Poole Pottery. Each measures 6" and depicts a different brightly colored Bavarian scene. The back of each plate is marked with the Poole Pottery logo as well as the plate and scene number. All 5 are in excellent condition with no damage. We have 435 Scene V, 434 Scene IV, 432 Scene II, 431 Scene I, and 437 Scene VII.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1980 item #758009 (stock #245)
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$12.00
Fostoria manufactured the "nosegay" pattern from 1953 to 1972. They used blank #6051 and cut #834 in the creation of each piece. The nosegay pattern is characterized by two small floral stems and a band of small ovals coming off the flowers and encircling the rim of each piece. We have 6 1/4" water goblets (7 available) for $20.00 each; 4 3/4" champagne/tall sherbets (6 available) for $12.00 each; 4 1/2" claret wine glasses (10 available) for $25.00 each; 6 1/8" iced tea glasses (8 available)...
All Items : China : Pre 1970 item #1020081 (stock #399)
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$10.00
We have a number of pieces of Theodore Haviland China available. This china is American Haviland. The pattern is called Rosalinde and has pink, lavender and white flowers on an eggshell colored background. The edges are scalloped and have gold trim. I do not know the age of the pieces, but I believe that the pattern has been discontinued. All pieces are marked "Theodore Haviland, New York". Some have "Made in America" under the Haviland mark, while others have "France". All pieces are in ...
All Items : Kitchen : Salt and Pepper Shakers : Pre 1960 item #1033478 (stock #408)
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$25.00
"Huggers" are salt and pepper shakers which were designed to pick up together (with one hand) and simultaneously dispense both spices without fear of dropping either shaker. This ingenious design was originally created around 1947 by Ruth Van Tellingen Bendel, and produced by the Regal China Company. Van Tellingen's Huggers produced prior to 1951 were impressed "Patent Pending", while those produced after 1951 were marked with the actual patent number. Van Tellingen created several different d...
 
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