This is a pair of Mikasa Potters Design Arts cups. They were produced in Japan from 1978-1988. The cups are in VGC with no damage noted. They are 2 3/8" tall and coordinate with the creamer that is listed.
This Mikasa Potters Design Art creamer was produced from 1978-88. It is 3 1/2" tall and holds 8oz. This lovely creamer is in VGC with no damage noted.
This Disney glass features Winnie with his "hunny" jar. The glass has cute graphics and bright colors. It is 6" tall. The glass is in good condition with no chips or cracks but it does have a few tiny scratches.
This Smucker's ice cream sundae glass is 5 1/4" tall and 3 1/4" across at the top. On the front, it has the Smucker's label. These glasses were produced by Houston Harvest Gift Products. This glass is in VGC with no chips, cracks, or repairs noted. I have 3 glasses available.
This is a vintage Anchor Hocking forest green bubble goblet (1941-68). It is 5 1/2" tall and 3 1/4" in diameter. The goblet is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or other damage noted. I have two available.
This collectible jar reads Planters 75th Anniversary Jar on both sides. It has a graphic design of Mr. Peanut between lettering on both sides, the lid, and bottom. Also, on the bottom is "1981" and "29". The jar is 8" tall and 3 1/2" wide. It is in VGC with no chips or cracks.
This lovely mug is decorated with a snow scene. They were sold in the 1990's in Hardee's Restaurants, but they were not marked Hardee's. They are marked "Made In USA" on the bottom. The mug is in VGC with no chips, cracks, or other damage. I have two available.
This is a lovely creamer decorated with flowers and dots. It is 4 1/4" tall and in excellent condition.
This is a vintage Lenox dish with the earliest green Lenox mark (1906-1930. I have not yet been able to identify the pattern. It has three bands of gold trim - a narrow trim under the inside rim, a wider band that covers the inside/outside rim, and a narrower band under the outside rim. The dish is 4 1/8" in diameter and 2" tall. The bowl is in VGC with no chips, cracks, or crazing...
This lovely Moss Rose sugar dish and creamer are 3 1/2" tall and have 24K gold trim. They both are in VGC, but the sugar dish does have a very tiny spot at the top of the handle and on the lid which are barely visible. They are very cute pieces.
This Jolly Roger creamer was made in Japan and is 3 1/4" tall. The colors are bright and look good on him. He has some crazing of the glaze, but no chips, breaks, or other damage noted. He would make a good addition to your collection.
This cute little jelly/jam jar looks like an ear of corn and features a mouse laying on top of it. It is 4 3/4" tall and in VGC. The colors look good also.
This is a lovely creamer with a transfer on both sides and it has 24k gold trim. It is 4" tall. It has a few tiny marks on the front and back that I am assuming are flea bites. There is a very small chip on the bottom rim that is barely noticeable and there is some wear on the gold trim, but these do not take away from its look. It is still a nice piece.
This small pitcher is in the Spirit of 76 pattern with an eagle and flags on the front. It is 5.5" tall and in VGC with no chips, cracks or crazing. The bottom has, "Carved Wooden Eagle, artist unknown, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and signed "11 USA".
This is a set of 3 lovely scalloped salad plates with dark pink roses, green leaves, and gold trim. The plates are 7 3/4" in diameter. They are in VGC with no chips, cracks, or crazing. They do have a few small light marks which are probably utensil marks.
This is a Norman Rockwell 1987 Museum Collections mug, made in Japan. It show two little boys fishing on a wooden raft. The cup is 3 3/4" tall and 3 1/8" in diameter. It is in VGC.
This lovely Avon Christmas cake stand is 4" tall and 9" in diameter. It is in a holly pattern and has scalloped edges.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Indiana Glass : Pre 2000 item #1065901 (stock #10436)
This is a pair of black tankards made by Indiana Glass in a Federal Glass mold. (Indiana Glass was in business from 1970-2000.) The tankards have a tavern scene on them. They are very shiny and in VGC with no chips or cracks. One has a manufacturing defect at the top rim.