Beautiful vintage LE Smith Moon & Stars Sugar Canister. This amberina/red canister stands about 9 1/4" with the lid and is in excellent condition. The lid does have chips and cracks on the ground area though Not visable from outside. Check out the catalog for more items in this pattern in assorted colors and pieces
Beautiful vintage LE Smith Moon & Stars Flour Canister. This amberina/red canister stands about 11" with the lid and is in excellent condition. I have others listed in this color in assorted sizes. I have 2 in this size, price is for each. Check out the catalog for other moon and Star pieces.
"Moon and Stars" patterned footed bowl, by L.E. Smith. This bowl is amazing. It measures 7.5" in diameter and 4" tall. The Amberina color is breathtaking in rich coloring. The pictures do not do this piece justice in terms of the color. It is much more vibrant in person. Definitely a great piece for any glass collectors, or fans of L. E. Smith. Pristine condition. See other pieces I have listed in this pattern I will be listing.
Vintage Amberina Moon & Stars Pedestal Open Compote Candy Dish Measures approximately 6 1/2" tall, 6 1/4" across the top and 3 3/4" across the base. Vintage but excellent condition. No chips. No cracks. I have 2 in this size available. Price is for each. I will be listing more of the moon and star in my catalog.
Lovely red amberina glass compote made by LE Smith in the 1970's.Pretty flared petal to edge. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. It is almost 7" tall and the top is 8" across.See my other Moon and Star I will be listing.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1980 item #1383527 (stock #safn-6731)
A beautiful light turquoise blue coin glass candle holder made by Fostoria Glass. Measures 4-5/8 inches tall and are 3-1/2 inches wide. The coins are frosted. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs. A beautiful blue color.
Beautiful Fenton Deep Purple Amethyst Carvnival Glass Candy Dish. 8x5.5 Inches x 2.5 Inches Deep. Color is fine with deep iridescence. Great quality collective carnival glass piece. Estimate 1970's made, Fenton hallmark embossed on the bottom. Condition is excellent with no chips or scratches. This seems to been cabinet kept.
Vintage Akro Agate 3 1/4" Cornucopia Toothpick Holder Lovely Small Piece Made of Marbled Blue and White Slag Glass Probably a toothpick holder but maybe for matches. Marked on Base with Akro Agate's Trademark of a Crow Flying Through the Letter A, as Well as the Number 765. Founded in Akron, Ohio in 1911, Akro Agate moved to Clarksburg, West Virginia in 1914. The company made marbles and toys. Before Akro Agate produced marbles of its own, it distributed marbles made by other companies...
Model Flint Glass Company circa 1890. The pattern on the cruet is called Model Bulls Eye. It features six panels with three circles in each panel on the exterior of the cruet. These are mold blown and does have a small pontil mark on the recessed bottom. Cruet is about 7 1/4" tall, (stopper included) and measures about 3 1/2" diameter including the handle. Original stopper. No chips or damages.
Beautiful Fenton blue satin glass bell with hand painted blue roses and flowers in the medallions. Bell measures approximately 6 3/4" tall. Hand painted by artist, Stevens. Excellent condition with clapper, with no chips or cracks. Gorgeous addition to your Fenton collection or your bell collection.
Hard to find Smith Moon and stars 3 3/4" tall cordial glass. They also list it as an egg cup, and it seems it is rare to find in this size. Replacements have them listed at 39.99 ea. I only have one in this size and it is in perfect condition.
Kemple Wheaton Glass Vintage Kemple Glass Wheatonware Napolean Hat Bowl Blue Cane Band Rose. Gorgeous piece, no damage. Heavy weighing 3 pounds 10 ounces! It is item #86 in the book "Kemple Glass 1945-1970" by John R. Burkholder Though that is the one in green, you can still read a lot of additional information on this piece. It flairs out on ends to resemble Napolean's hat...
Manufactured by Tiara glass is this blue child's Nursery rhyme divided plate. It is divided in three sections and has children from popular nursery rhymes in the center and animals around the rim. "SEE-SAW MARGERY DAW" "WHERE ARE YOU GOING MY PRETTY MAID." Measures 8 1/2" across. In very good condition and SHINY IN AND OUT.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Indiana Glass : Pre 1990 item #1383030 (stock #safn-6716)
Indiana Glass Recollection aqua Butter Dish. Reissue of Federal's Madrid pattern. Perfect condition. About 6 7/8" square and 4" high with its lid on.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Federal : Pre 1940 item #1383017 (stock #safn-6683)
Green depression glass Rim Soup Bowl By Federal Glass in the Madrid Pattern. Bowl is 7 inches in width and 1 1/4 inches in height. Discontinued, now but was made between 1932-1939. Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. I just have one available, now.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Federal : Pre 1940 item #1383012 (stock #safn-6714)
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Old Vintage 1930's Depression Glass. Madrid Pink by Federal Glass. 2-1/2" Flat Cup. Discontinued Pattern. Made from 1932 ~ 1939. Great condition with no damages! I have 2 available. Price is for each.
A beautiful EAPG heavy piece of glass with a crystal like appearance. The pitcher is the water pitcher, I believe. This pattern is known by several names: Verona, Waffle and Star Band, Block and Star Spearpoint. Manufactured by Tarentum Glass, circa 1910. Size: 4 5/8" across not including spout and handle; 6 7/8" high Condition: excellent - no chips, cracks or other damage
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : L. E. Smith : Pre 1950 item #1382676 (stock #safn-6703)
This 5 1/2" high 8 1/2" long 3 3/4" wide black glass swan is by L.E. Smith Glass Co. Founded in 1907, the company developed shades of colored glass in the 1920's, and in the late 1920's hit on a formula for black glass that set it apart from all others of the time. This special black glass shows amethyst color when held up to a bright light, which this swan will illustrate when placed in sunlight...