Lovely and very difficult to find – there are 3 glass teardrop shape lamp decorations available in this listing! Seldom found in this color, there are 2 with more bulbous shape (one is 3 ¼” long, the other is 3” not including the attached wire with glass bead)-- sorry, these two are sold. The other one is skinnier and is 4” in length. Very pretty!
This listing has a beautiful Fenton vase with elegant styling! Measures 10 1/8” tall (at tallest), has hobnail accents on lower portion and on footed base – the colors are gorgeous as evidenced in photo. Bottom has Fenton (in script). I have enjoyed displaying this beautiful vase for a number of years – it’s time to share.
This listing has 12 EAPC cups! They are in excellent condition.
This is a neat retro listing – a set of 8 “Festive” glasses made by Anchor Hocking and still in the original box! Glasses are 10 ounce size and depict transportation modes of the “Gay Nineties”. There are 2 of each – “the Hanson”, “Bicycle for Two”, “Horse Car”, and “Gas Buggy”. Each glass has the words “Gay Nineties” on the back. Super!!
There was a line of complementary accessory pieces produced to “go with” McCoy’s Gingham Garden line! This is one of those items (we also have a pitcher and glasses listed). Glass jar with glass lie measures 5 ¼” tall and is in excellent condition.
This is a cute little rooster shaped glass candy container! Measures 4 3/8” tall (at tallest) and is in very good condition – he has a small rough place on his beak and, using a magnifying glass, I couldn’t be certain if it’s production or from “use”. There appears to be some lettering on the bottom of container but I couldn’t see it clearly enough to tell you what it is. At any rate, he’s a cute little rooster and a great addition to a collection.
This Pyrex listing has a set of 3 nested mixing bowls in the pretty early American pattern! Bowl sizes: 1 ½ pint, 1 ½ quart, and 2 ½ quart, and they are in excellent condition with only evidence of “use” being minor utensil marks in the bottom of the 2 ½ quart size bowl – that’s it!
This listing has 6 Early American Prescut banana split boats (bowls)! Measure 9 ¼” long, 4 ¼” wide, 3 ¼” tall (at tallest) and all are in excellent condition.
The larger Pyrex covered casseroles are difficult to find – especially in this excellent condition! This listing has a 2 ½ quart casserole in the Garland pattern. Bowl is blue with white garland, lid is white with blue garland – lovely – and both pieces are in excellent condition!
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Westmoreland : Pre 1980 item #336707 (stock #M1761)
This is a beautiful milk glass vase made by Westmoreland! Measures 10 3/8” tall, has scalloped/crimped edge and a tree bark type pattern on bottom 1/3 of vase. Has Westmoreland mark on bottom. Mint condition!
This listing has 8 Corning (Pyrex compatible) napkin rings! Measure 1 ½” long, 1 ½” diameter and are clear glass with a pretty blue design. These napkin rings look lovely with a blue Fiesta dinnerware service. Excellent condition!
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I purchased these dinnerware items at an estate sale and the boxes had never been opened! Handwritten on box tops “new in box” and so they were – I opened prior to purchase to be certain none of the pieces were damaged and found them to be in absolutely mint condition! Even though the boxes state “Moderntone Tableware” they are in fact Ovide (no horizontal ribs) in Moderntone colors. Per box, each contains a 12 piece starter set – 4 cups, 4 saucers, and 4 dinner plates...
Really neat Fire-King mixing bowl! This is the larger size from the Chanticleer line. Measures 4 ¾” tall, 10” diameter and is in excellent condition.
Neat and difficult to find Pyrex compatibles! This listing has 6 napkin rings made of clear glass with blue floral design. Very nice and very collectible!
Very nice set of Pyrex mixing bowls! These are white with the early American design in brown. Bowl sizes: 1 ½ pint, 1 ½ quart, and 2½ quart. Excellent condition – no chips, dings, or cracks!
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Jeannette Glass Company’s iridescent Floragold items are so pretty! Made in the 1950’s, there are 4 pieces in this listing – a creamer, sugar with lid, covered butter, and a scalloped oval candy with 4 feet. All pieces are in excellent condition.
THIS LISTING IS FOR AN EARLY AMERICAN PRESCUT PUNCHBOWL WITH THE LARGER SIZE PEDESTAL TYPE BASE AND THERE ARE 12 CUPS (NO HOOKS OR LADLE). ALL PIECES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS, DINGS, OR CRACKS. THERE ARE SOME TYPICAL BLEMISHES IN THE GLASS -- THE BASE HAS WHAT APPEARS TO BE A CHIP BUT IS ACTUALLY IN THE GLASS (MUST BE A BUBBLE), THE PUNCHBOWL HAS A FEW MARKS ON BOTTOM THAT LOOK LIKE SCRATCHES -- AGAIN, THEY'RE PRODUCTION IN THE GLASS AND NOT DETRIMENTAL IN ANY WAY! SUPER LISTING...
THIS LISTING HAS TWO CLEAR GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS SHAPED LIKE MILITARY HATS! PER REFERENCE BOOKS, THESE ARE CIRCA 1942. MEASURE 3 3/8" LONG (AT LONGEST), 1 7/16" TALL (AT TALLEST), AND 3" DIAMETER (TOP). OUTSIDE HAS FIND HORIZONTAL LINES AND 3 EAGLE INSIGNIA -- ONE AT CENTER AND ONE ON EACH SIDE. THE LEDGE IS HALFWAY DOWN AND THE EAGLES FACE TO THE RIGHT WHICH INDICATES THE CONTAINERS WERE MADE BY PLA-TOY CO. OF GREENSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA...