Hello, and welcome to our store where we are offering this Fostoria small 3.25 Footed Creamer & Open Sugar Bowl set in the charming "Century" Pattern.
They are in excellent condition and truly are so classy and elegant for any table. Fostoria glass company makes quality glassware and thats why you will always find it listed under "elegant" because it is!!
This set is 3 1/2" tall(large set is 4 1/2" tall) with a footed base...
We are offering these two 4 1/8" Fostoria "Jamestown" Blue Sherbets by the Fostoria Glass Company, made between 1958'-1982'
Both sherbet glasses are in excellent condition. They would be lovely For the coming Holidays!
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Offered for your consideration is this Vintage 1960's or earlier, Fostoria Footed coin dot Cigarette Holder. The color is amber gold with frosted coins on all four sides...
This is an early piece of Fenton art glass silver crest mini compote called crystal on ice. It is in excellent condition.
Measure 3 1/4" high and 4 1/4" across the top...
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Offered for your consideration today is this early vintage Fenton hobnail compote candy dish, 8.75" tall with a top diameter of 5".
It has no maker's mark, but early pieces such as this one would have had a paper label sticker. The color is a golden amber,very pretty.
The edges are scalloped as you can see in the picture with the lid off...
These are a pair of Fabulous Fenton Silver Crest Candle Sticks that are in milk glass with crimped edges at the bottom.
They are in excellent condition and measure3 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" across the base.
Fenton has been making beautiful art glass for many years now,and these candle sticks are a great example of the quality that goes into every piece!
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This Beautiful Heisey Glass Syrup Pitcher is Marked on the side of the spout with the Diamond w/the H inside it and inside the lid is dated Pat. April 5,1910.
These Depression glass shakers are straight from an estate sale near where I live here in Oklahoma and are in the lovely Sharon "Cabbage Rose" Pattern, made by the Federal Glass Co. between 1935-1939.
These Shakers are authentic depression glass and not reproductions,they have the small rose bud right down from the lids that actually look like real rose buds which is one difference from the new ones...
This vintage Cambridge Crown Tuscan Shell Pink Open Salt is in perfect condition. Shell shaped with three shell shaped feet...
Up for your consideration is this Fostoria American ring holder. It is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. It has it's original paper label and also is marked on the bottom. measures 3 3/4" across
It is listed in Sidney Seligson's book,'Fostoria American Complete Guide' on page 69...
Offered for your consideration are this pair of New Martinsville "Flame" Candle Holdres pattern #415 made between 1947-1944 . I have also heard of them being called Squirrel and notes since they resemble both.
New Martinsville Glass is so beautiful to look at but hard to capture it's beauty with the camera even though we try.
They measure 6 3/4" high ,base is 4 1/8 x 3 1/4" I just discovered that one of the candle cups has a crack, the other one is perfect...
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This listing is for this vintage Westmoreland Holly & Berry milk Candy Jar with Original Sticker.
It is in excellent condition and very pretty in design with the bright Holly & berries on paneled sides.
Candy Jar comes to your with original sticker and is also marked on the bottom with the Westmoreland "W"over the "G" It is 7 1/2" high and 3" across the bottom.
This lovely Westmoreland Candy Jar would be great for your Candy and or collection! ...
Offered for your consideration is this Royal Lace Pink Depression glass cup & saucer .
They are "Vintage" and in excellent condition,made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company from1934 to 1941.
Saucer measures 5 3/4" across and cup opening is 31/2" and 2 1/2" tall. I purchased these at a local estate sale where many wonderful and vintage items were being sold...
Here is a pair of what I believe to be Duncan & Miller Hobnail Thousand Eye Ivy Ball vases. They are vintage and in excellent condition and the glass feels wonderful.
These would have been made in the 1940's have the old four mold bases. "Thousand Eye" refers to the tiny dimples in the hobnail that is on it, as shown in photo...