All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1950 item #805929 (stock #safn-1267)
This crystal American pattern bud vase is cupped at the top. Made by the Fostoria Glass Comapny. It has wonderful clarity due to the hig polish the older fostoria has, and is in excellent condition without scratches or chips. Measures 6 1/4" tall.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1940 item #805920 (stock #safn-1266)
Nice little demi size size individual sugar bowl in the American pattern by Fostoria. Highly polished and very nice with no damages at all!. Measures 2 1/2" tall plus handles.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fostoria : Pre 1950 item #805919 (stock #safn-1265)
Very nice Fostoria American, Chamber candleholder, #281 in Seligson's book. Measures 4 1/2 inches across (5 3/4 inches including handle), 2 inches tall. Has fingerhold and the inside middle has the peg insert for a candle. it is in perfect condition with no chips or damages of any kind.
Beautifully sweet vase standing approximately 8 7/8" tall and is 2 1/2" across. This pattern is not seen a lot. Features a bright white background decorated all the way around with cheerful daisies. Gold trim at base and top rim. Lefton mark on the bottom and "Hand Painted". Made in Japan. Excellent condition Gorgeous!
Swanky Swigs were originally used by the Kraft Food Company for cheese spreads. When empty, the glass could be washed out and used as a juice glass or small tumbler. They were introduced in the early 1930s and brightened up many tables during the Depression. They came in many colors and patterns. This one is theorange Kiddie Kup, featuring roosters and puppys. Measures 3 3/4 inches tall. It is in perfect shape with no chips or cracks. No damage to design, it is nice and bright...
This pair of shakers are unique as they have the gold trim on the paws and feet. Starting in the 1910's, George Studdy created a cartoon of a mischievous little pup. By 1922 he was named Bonzo and a whole devoted base of readers became collectors of this cute little guy. This is a shaker set from Japan that was probably made in the 1930's. Each pup is 3" high and is marked Made in Japan on the base.There are no chips, cracks, fleabites or repairs. Some of the gold has some wear...
Starting in the 1910's, George Studdy created a mischievous little pup. By 1922 he was named Bonzo and a whole devoted base of readers became collectors of this cute little guy. This is a shaker set from Japan that was probably made in the 20's-40's. Each pup is under 2" high and is marked Japan on the base. These are the smallest set made, and very hard to find in this size. No corks. There are no chips, cracks, fleabites or repairs.
Ceramic Arts Studio, Little Boy Blue figurine, was produced in 1948. He’s 4 1/2" long and sports a striped shirt and socks. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. Where's the little boy who tends the sheep? He's at Sherry's Antiques and fast asleep.
Adorable pair of sought after shelf sitters made by Ceramic Arts Studios. This is the sitting boy with dog or puppy, and his matching sitting girl with kitty cat. I originally thought they were perfect but upon very close inspection I notice around the girls turtleneck is a flaw or repair. It is hard to tell which. Price reflects this discounted flaw. They are otherwise just perfect!!4 1/2" tall. Sold as a pair.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Westmoreland : Pre 1970 item #805718 (stock #db-632)
Westmoreland Milk Glass Old Quilt Pitcher. This is a very nice Westmoreland Old Quilt milk glass water pitcher. It measures 8 1/4" to the tallest point at the spout, and holds 1 1/2 qts. It is in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Nice crisp detail on the pattern.
A pretty miniature vase / ewer / pitcher. Measures 3" tall and is in perfect condition. Has the original foil Chadwick sticker on the bottom. Pretty cobalt blue glaze with gold to bronze floral decoration. A great addition to your miniatures or pitcher collection.
Take a good look at this lovely oval shape lead crystal fruit bowl. It is stunning the way the light reflects off the pattern. Made of highly polished lead crystal and has a pattern of flowers and arches. Sits on four dainty curly que legs. Measures 4 1/2" tall and is 9" long. Pristine condition. Would make an impressive gift.
Large ball vase has a pretty marroon glaze and measures almost 6" tall. Marked USA and has other writing that I can't make out. This may be older or newer than I think. I just can't tell. It is rather heavy. Spot you see on the vase is a reflection from my ceiling light. Vase is perfect with no chips or cracks. Felt pads on the bottom. This is probably made by Haeger.
This pretty cut glass bowl sits on little curly que legs. Cut and highly polished. Pretty buzz star pattern. Measures 6 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. Lid has a little cut out area for the spoon. This is a beautiful piece. It could be used as a sugar bowl, or for jelly or honey.
Tiara Exclusives by Indiana Glass Co. made this candy dish in pretty crystal clear color. It is 6-sided and the pattern is Colonial alternating with stars and eagles. Made when all the bicentennial items were so popular. Stands 6" up to the finial and 5" wide. In very good condition and SHINY IN/OUT.
Pretty teal blue glass base measures 10 3/8" tall and is hand blown. It has a pretty ribbed optic effect and a footed base. Excellent condition.
This is a nice old vintage ashtray made by Anchor Hocking in the forest green color. Measures 5 3/4" square. It is thick, heavy and in excellent condition with no chips or scratches. I have 2 available and will be listing the smaller ones to match. Price is per ashtray.
This is a fine Limited Edition Coors Banquet beer bottle that looks like a baseball bat. The 11.5" tall bottle has the Coors label where the bat label would be and a faux signature of A. Coors on the barrel of the bat. This 12 oz collectible bottle is in great shape with no damage.