This Fostoria Topaz, or yellow Fairfax footed champagne/sherbert is in excellent condition. It was made by Fostoria before 1960. We have 2 of these tumblers available for $12.00 each.
These 5 Wildfire 6" cereal bowls all but 1 have chips on the backside of the top rim. The gold trim is good and there are no chips or scratches in the "food" area. These bowls are very hard to find and were made by The Hall China Co. in the 1950's. They are signed on the bottom: The Great American Tea Co. -100th Anniversary. You can use, or display these until you find some mint ones. You would be pleased with these bowls for the price.
This Petalware cream and sugar are in excellent condition! They were made in the 1930's by MacBeth-Evans Glass Co.
This Kings Crown 8 1/4" light stain luncheon plate is in excellent condition! These are fresh from an estate here in NW Ohio and don't appear to have been used much. The price is $12.00 each, and there are 7 plates available.
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 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 pattern was only made for 1 year starting in 1932 by the Hazel Atlas Glass Co.It was packed in STAR BRAND Oats and given away as a premium for buying the Oats. There were only 7 pieces made in this color. This is a harder to find 6" sherbert plate and is in excellent, unused condition. Very bright and shiny!
4 oz 3400 4 bead stem wine made by Imperial Candlewick. Excellent condition no damage, no repairs.
Florentine No 2 yellow footed juice glass in excellent condition, made by Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1930's.
This dinnerware was made by The Hall China Co for Sears exclusively and is called Brown~Eyed Susan. All that we have listed is in nearly unused condition, and is gold decorated. Each piece is signed on the bottom. These flat soup bowls are extra special!
This pattern was only made for 1 year starting in 1932 by the Hazel Atlas Glass Co.It was packed in STAR BRAND Oats and given away as a premium for buying the Oats. There were only 7 pieces made in this color. This is a harder to find 5 1/2" sherbert plate and is in excellent, unused condition. Very bright and shiny!
This Meadow Green 8" vegetable bowl was made by Fire King in the late 1960's, and is in excellent condition.