This crystal Iris and Herringbone 6 inch ftd water tumbler was made by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1930's, and is in excellent condition! We have 2 of these available for $12.00 each.
This pair of Fostoria Century SALT & PEPPER Shakershave no chips or scratches, but they do have small air bubbles in the glass. The tops don't look like they were ever used.
This are the little candle cup warmers that keep your food warm when serving banquet style dinners. They were usually in metal holders. The are embossed with the Fire King Logo and signature.
This green Block Optic cereal bowl was made by Hocking in the 1930s and is in excellent condition! There are 6 available @ $12.00 each.
This 7 1/2" tall "Lido" water goblet was made by The Fostoria Glass Co. It is in excellent condition. We have 8 of these available for $12.00 each.
This green Cameo platter has no chips, but there are a couple of "ashes" in the making of the glass. Still a nice platter, and easy price.
These flared custard cups were called "Bobby" berry bowls by Harvey Duke in his 1970's book, but they are now called "flared custard cups". They are in excellent condition, and were made by Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee in the 1940's.
This Russel Wright American Modern Seafoam green creamer and gray sugar lid are in good condition.
These swanky swig tumblers were premiums from the grocery store and had Pimento Cheese made by Kraft in them. Most glasses were made by Hazel Atlas. They are 2 1/4" wide at the top...and they hold 5 oz...Very colorful! These 2 are all Cornflower Red flower.
This is made by Hocking Glass and called a tall candy "Go With". It is in excellent condition!
This is one of the hardest to find bowls in the fired on Rainbow Fire King line. It is in excellent condition!
These Heisey Moongleam 7" salad plates are in very good condition with little, or no wear. They are all marked with the Heisey logo.