King Glass (later known as US Glass) made this beautiful goblet in pattern known as Ring & Block, aka Prism & Block in 1889. 4-part mold depicting a row of squares/blocks around the bottom quarter of the goblet with engraved leaves circling the top portion of the goblet. Interesting stem which is unusual in early american pattern glass.
Measurements: 6.5 inches tall with an opening of 3 inches in diameter ...click for details
Gorgeous collector plate by Edwin M. Knowles named "Bathsheba and Solomon" in true "Licea Style". This is the first collector's plate ever created and painted by artist Eve Licea in this first edition in the Biblical Mothers Series in 1983.
Black Glass Carafe made ca 1920. The piece was hand blown in a mold and painted with gold paint. The piece may have had a stopper at one time, but this one does not. This piece was most likely used for wine. Without any marking the manufacture cannot be identified, possibly American. Applied spout and handle.
Porcelain plate named "Whispered Memories" by Alan Murray, Third Edition from the Little Misses Young and Fair Series. Commissioned by R.J. Ernst Enterprises Inc., this particular plate as Serial Number 1276. Hard to Find
Pairpoint Glass open footed sugar bowl with the original label under the base. In all white basketweave design throughout the glass, it measures 3" (7.5 cm) tall, and has an opening of 4.45" (11.5 cm). Rough pontil. Mint Condition. Great to add to your collection or to give as a gift.