Unused rimmed flat soup bowls with a western decoration. We call this "Cowboy Ranch" but we don't know the real pattern name. The pattern shows wooden fences, horses, desert plants, and a western brand. Super nice!!!
These black petal foot 10 oz footed tumblers were made by The Fry Art Glass Co. in the 1940's. They are all in excellent condition.
These LuRay dinner plates were made by Taylor Smith & Taylor and are in excellent condition.
This cobalt Moderntone plate was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1940's and is in excellent condition!
This cobalt Moderntone cup and saucer was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1940's and is in excellent condition.
This amber Sharon Cabbage Rose dinner plate has some light use but no chips. Made by the Federal Glass co. in the 1930's.
This forest green Charm fruit bowl, is 4 3/4" wide, square and about 1 1/2" deep, made by Hocking Glass in the 1950's. Excellent condition!
This Royal Ruby newer style 12oz ice tea glass is in excellent condition and has the Anchor logo on the bottom.
This Kraft Foods Pimento Cheese glass was made in 1935 by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. for Kraft to distribute their products in. They are 2 1/4" wide at the top...and they hold 5 oz...Very colorful! Excellent condition with bright graphics and colors.
Hocking Fire King Royal Ruby Red Bubble berry bowl in excellent condition. Estate Fresh!
This 9 1/4" Heritage dinner plate was made by the Federal Glass co, and is in excellent condition.
1930's crystal Royal Lace footed creamer in excellent condition.
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.
This pink Flanders is in excellent condition! It was made by the Tiffin Glass Co. in the 1930's. It has a cupped edge.
Royal Ruby footed creamer made by The Hocking Glass Co. in the late 1930's. Excellent unused condition!
These Ring whiskey glasses were made by the Hocking Glass Co. in the late 1920's, and are in excellent condition!
Made by The Hocking Glass Co. in the late 1920's, these glasses are in excellent condition!
Made by Hocking Glass in the late 1920's, these tumblers are in excellent condition!