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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...
All Items : Dinnerware : Fiesta : Pre 1950 item #545957 (stock #160)
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$195.00
This amazing stick handled demitasse coffee pot was made by Fiesta. The company discontinued this piece in 1944, so it is becoming increasingly difficult to find. It was only produced in red, cobalt, ivory, yellow, lt. green and turquoise. This example is in cobalt. It measures 6 1/4" tall, and has a 3 1/4" diameter at the opening. Unfortunately it has no lid. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. This coffee pot lists for $610 (with lid, of course)
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Weller : Pre 1930 item #537571 (stock #152)
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$175.00
The Weller Pottery Company was in business from 1882 until 1948. During this time they created several popular artist ware lines, one of which was Hudson. Hudson was the last of the artist ware lines created by Weller, and one of the most sought after by collectors. It was first made in the early 1920's and is a semimatt glazed ware. It is characterized by beautiful artist decorations such as flowers, animals, birds and scenics...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fenton : Pre 1990 item #537561 (stock #151)
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$275.00
This striking vase was designed by master sandcarver Michael Yates of the Fenton Glass Company. It is a limited edition - number 108 of 850. It is part of the Connoisseur Collection that Fenton introduced in 1983. The Connoisseur Collection strived for the unique - such as cased glass, iridized glass, and sandcarving. The company's intent was to develop more "collectible" items, thus relatively few items were made in this line...
All Items : Glassware : Pre 1910 item #530706 (stock #138)
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$395.00
This amazing syrup was manufactured by Model Flint Glass Works of Albany Indiana. The design is attributed to John F. Miller. According to "Victorian Colored Pattern Glass" by Heacock and Gamble it was only produced between 1901 and 1902 in a very limited quantity. The pattern is called collared reverse swirl. From the handle on down to the bottom of the syrup, there are 1/2" bands or ribs that angle down and to the right. The opalescent strips swirl in the reverse direction of those bands...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Wedgwood : Pre 1960 item #529850 (stock #135)
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$215.00
We have 2 of these beautiful majolica comports. They were made by Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston, England. Each is in the shape of a cabbage leaf with a basketweave background showing through at the edges. They measure just shy of 8" in diameter 4 1/8" high and are about 1/2" deep. One is marked is marked with "GG4" and "7 P 55" as well as the Wedgwood mark, although the Wedgwood mark was smeared when applied. The other is marked "GG4" and "12 P 54"...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Wedgwood : Pre 1970 item #529847 (stock #134)
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$65.00
This beautiful majolica plate was made by Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston, England. It is in the shape of a cabbage leaf with a basketweave background showing through at the edges. It measures just shy of 8" in diameter. It is marked "GG7" and "2 R 60" as well as the Wedgwood mark. We have 5 plates available with this number. They are all in excellent condition with no damage of any kind...
All Items : China : English : Pre 1970 item #523208 (stock #118)
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$95.00
This beautiful tureen was made by Burgess & Leigh in Burslem, England. I do not know the name of the pattern, but it is spectacular! The colors in the transfer pattern are amazing...
All Items : China : English : Spode : Pre 1970 item #523188 (stock #116)
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$105.00
This beautiful compote was made by Spode. It is marked "Spode, Impl England". I do not know the name of the pattern, but it is very elegant. The center of the bowl is plain. Spreading out from the center there are 8 ribbons which curve slightly. Between the ribbons are two alternating patterns. One consists of embossed ovals and diamonds. The other is embossed 4 leaf clovers and diamonds. The edge of the bowl is scalloped and embossed with leaves and scrolls. The base has the same alter...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fenton : Pre 1950 item #519270 (stock #108)
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$180.00
This rare vase was made ca 1950 by Fenton for Weil Ceramics and was not part of the regular Fenton line. All Fenton Aqua Crest pieces are considered "hard to find items" as there was a very limited production date, but this piece is considered rare. It is the largest piece of Aqua Crest I have ever seen - standing 11 inches tall and measuring a full 8 inches across the pale blue double crimped top. It is unmarked, and in excellent condition.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Jeannette : Pre 1960 item #507994 (stock #100)
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$35.00
This cup and saucer is in the "Harp" pattern. This pattern was made from 1954-57 by the Jeannette Glass Company. The line was marketed as an ideal set for entertaining small groups - in fact, it has been used at bridge parties for years. The entire line is limited to just 8 pieces. Up for sale are 5 cup and saucer sets. The cup is 2 3/16" tall and has a 3 1/2" diameter. The saucer is 5 3/4" in diameter. The gold trim on both pieces is actually 22 karat gold. All pieces are in excellent c...
All Items : Silver : Pre 1900 item #503729 (stock #95)
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$145.00
This amazing wedding or bride's basket dates back to 1893. It was made by William Rogers, Hartford Connecticut, and is marked with pattern number 975. It is engraved "Compliments of Theta Delta Chi (with emblem), Tau Deuteron, Jan 23, 1893" on the inside of the basket. This chapter of the fraternity is no longer in existence, and we are not sure which college this basket originated from. It is in excellent condition with beautiful patina. There is an ornate scroll pattern around the edge of...
All Items : Crystal : Pre 1940 item #425488 (stock #58)
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$105.00
This beautiful candle holder was made in 1939 by Fostoria. It is in the Baroque pattern, number 2496 line. It has 2 removable crystal drip rings with 8 glass prisms on each. It measures 10 inches wide and 8 1/4" high. We have two identical candle holders to sell. The price is by the piece. Each is in excellent condition. Kovel's 2000 price guide lists these at $375.00 for the pair.
 
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