All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : New Martinsville : Pre 1960 item #910745 (stock #safn-6339)
New Martinsville, Duncan Miller, or Viking?? These swan dishes confuse me as they are all so similar. This one has a beautiful amberina body with a crystal neck. Measures 5 1/4" tall and about 7" long. Perfect condition!
This cake plate was made by the New Martinsville Glass Co. The pattern of the blank is "Radiance". The etching is called "Prelude", made from the mid-late 1930's. It measures approximately 11 1/4" inches across and 4 1/2 inches high. Small indentation in the center that could be used as a well for rum. The cake stand is in fantastic condition, having no chips, cracks, or any other forms of damage.
This majestic swan candy dish in dazzling crystal is sure to be the focal point on ANY table! Our research brought us to the New Martinsville Glass Company of West Virginia which was established in 1901 and produced glass through the Depression era until 1944. Measuring 10" tall, 11.5" long and 8" wide, this stunning glass collector's dish catches light as well as the eye! Your guests, too, will be in awe. Excellent condition...
Made by New Martinsville in 1957, known as epic #1198. Note the rim is crimped in a fashion which allows it to serve as a handle. Measures 3 3/4" tallest point and is approx 7.5" at the widest point. Perfect condition.