Rare topaz yellow jug pitcher in Fostoria's #4101 line. Designed by George Sikier. Pitcher holds 80 ounces and measures just over 9 1/2" tall. Applied handle and is in perfect condition.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1970 item #1139310 (stock #safn-2641)
Take a look at this vintage beauty made by Fostoria. They call these large vases Lily or funeral vases. This one measures 21" tall and is a lovely green opalescent color. Free form swung or pulled application. Perfect condition.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Candlewick : Pre 1930 item #1047113 (stock #safn-1757)
Candlewick by Imperial Large Punch Bowl, and 12 cups. The Punch Bowl is approx 12 inches across at the top and 4 inches at the base and just over 7" tall. Cups are 2 7/8" tall with a diameter of 3" All pieces are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks or scratches. Set has turned a beautiful pale lavender color with time. This is an older set. We double box and pack our treasures securely so they will arrive safely.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1960 item #1139125 (stock #safn-2640)
Blue Fostoria Opalescent Seascape Footed Bowl. This bowl is 8 1/2 inches in diameter and 5 inches tall. It is in excellent condition, having no chips or cracks. Beautiful opalescent coloring. Made 1954-1957.
Amazing & perfect, this old water pitcher was made by Imperial Glass Company and is their 1909 catalog. This elegant old gal celebrated her 100th birthday this year! She has been kept well and has no chips or cracks. Beautiful Diamond lace pattern in crystal clear. Measures 8 1/2" tall. PERFECT!!
Amazing crystal punch bowl in the Royal pattern made by Tiffin / Franciscan. Pattern has been discontinued. This bowl is huge and gorgeous, and in perfect condition. It has a diameter of 12 1/2" and is 8" tall.
Beautiful large pink rolled edge console bowl in the Oval Medallion pattern by Cambridge Glass. Measures 14" diameter and is about 3" tall. Acid etched pattern. This is in perfect condition,and would make a lovely addition to your depression glass collection.
Huge centerpiece bowl by Cambridge glass co. Pink, with oval medallian pattern #3065. A large 14" diameter bowl with rolled edges. The etching is all around the rolled edges. A very beautiful piece. Nice condition. A few scratches in the extreme bottom. (probably from a glass flower frog). No other flaws
Stunning amber and clear Pairpoint covered candy dish. Base has the typical control bubble and the body and lid is a deep amber with clear top finial. Measures 9 1/8" tall. Old piece, as there is evidence of light shelf wear on the bottom edge. Beautiful condition! A very micro flea bite on the lids edge. I would not call this a chip because it is soooo small. This is a stunning piece!
This great milk glass basket is Fentons silver crest , made 1958 thru 1959. It has the clear piecrust edge and clear handblown applied handle. What makes this one unique is that it is divided and oval in shape. Pristine condition, and the milk glass has a lot of pretty fire in its color. Measures 8" tall at the top of the handle. What a glorious basket.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Imperial : Pre 1950 item #1196424 (stock #safn-4235)
Thirteen piece punch bowl set in the Cape Cod pattern made by Imperial Glass of Ohio. This pattern was made from 1932 to 1984. Included are one punch bowl and 11 punch cups, and the original glass ladle. The cups look like little mugs instead of cups. The punch bowl is approx. 11-3/4" in diameter and about 5-1/2" tall and could also be used as a fruit or salad bowl. The cups are about 2-3/4" tall and about 3-1/4" in diameter excluding the handle...
A wonderful vintage flat sided pitcher in a gorgeous olive green. Made by Blenko Glass, design number 967 by Winslow Anderson 1947-1952. Has a texture to the body of the glass which gives it an interesting effect when the light hits it. Applied handle and is in wonderful condition. Rough pontil on the bottom which is natural. Measures 13 1/4" tall at the tallest point. The picture just doesn't show how stunning this piece actually is.