This neat footed and covered candy dish looks like an early "cast iron flat iron" made by the Imperial Glass Co. c1960's. Signed on inside of bottom portion. It's 8 1/2" x 5" and 4" high. This lime green color is not very common, normally these are found in amber. Perfect condition.
This American Fostoria Eiffel Tower Candlestick is listed as "VERY RARE". It's 7" tall and the base is 3 5/8" square. It has a slight purple tint in the glass. No chips, cracks or dins. These were made from 1916 to 1925.
Very unusual cut glass and silver plated metal top Victorian Creamer. It's 6 3/8" tall and the bottom is 2 5/8" diameter. No idea who made it, no maker's marks. Due to the detail in the pattern, I'm thinking the metal could be brass or copper, not sure. The silver plate is in real good shape. No damage on the metal or glass. Super piece.
PK's Antiques and Collectibles
The book shows the 3 1/2" Necked Rose Bowl in American Fostoria as "extremely rare". Wonder how they would list this 4" Necked Rose Bowl with a metal rim, bail handle and a lid. Not sure if it's original, but, it has a spoon. It's 4", I used machinist's calipers to measure. The lid is scratched from someone trying to clean it. The handle has a slight bend. The glass is OKAY. Super piece for your collection.
PK's Antiques and Collectibles
This unmarked Imperial Glass Carnival Diamond Lace Amethyst Pitcher and Four Tumblers are in superb condition and show a rich, deep purple when held to the light. The pitcher is 8 5/8" tall and 8 1/2" wide including the handle. The tumblers are 4 1/4" x 2 3/4. Beautiful set.
Elegant Golden Glenwood Wine Glasses by Gorham Crystal are 7" tall. One has a very tiny din on the bottom edge that's so tiny it's hard to see. The others are perfect. They were made from 1992 to 1994.
Fostoria Flat Tumblers in the American pattern. There are nine in this group, one has a tiny bit of roughness on one point, the others are all okay.
Fenton single candle holders in white milk glass with "silver crest". They are 4 1/2" x 3 1/2". Both are in excellent condition, no damage.
EAPG tall open compote in the "Westward Ho" pattern by Gillinder. c1880's. It's 8" tall and 8" diameter top. The scene in the frosted area is raised. Made in a three piece mold and is in excellent condition. This is an original.
VERY RARE EAPG Tumbler with ICE LIP. The tumbler is 4" tall with a 3" diameter. The ice lip is located inside about 1" below the top edge. It actually looks like a row of teeth, but, it's purpose is to keep the ice from touching the person drinking. The glass pattern and maker is unknown. Glass has a very slight purple tint. It has a couple bubbles and straw marks. One very small mark that looks like a chip, not a chip, it's in the making. SUPER item. Definitely "one of kind".
Beautiful EAPG Hobnail Footed Celery Vase is 7 1/2" tall with a 3 3/4" diameter. No chips, cracks or other damage. Great piece.
Beaded Milk glass creamer and sugar in the grape pattern by Westmoreland. They are app. 3" square and app. 3" tall. Both are free of chips, cracks or other damage.