This pink Doric and Pansy childs creamer and sugar bowl are in excellent condition with no damage to report. Very nice!
This pink covered casserole in the Floral Poinsettia pattern is in excellent condition. It was made by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1930's.
This Eva Zeisel designed "Big Ear" pink Basketweave cookie jar and cover are trimmed in gold and are in excellent condition! These were made in the 1950's and later. Superior condition! It is signed on the bottom with the Halls Superior Quality Kitchenware mark in gold. No chips, no scratches, and no damage of any kind.
This amber Spoke cookie jar was made by the Feeral Glass Co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition! Very minor inner rim ruff on the base.
This desirable Shawnee "Puss in Boots" creamer with vivid colors is in excellent condition! The bottom is embossed with the Shawnee ~ USA name. Nice vintage 1950’s item.
This ribbed art deco design "Jerry" coffee pot was made by The Hall China Co. and sold through various stores and vendors. It has the very desirable "Floral and Lattice" decoration on it, and is in excellent condition. There is a tiny "no show" breakaway bruise on the edge of the inner rim neck of the lid only, but it is small. The bottom is signed Enterprise Aluminum - Drip-O-Lator . The pattern was put on both sides of this attractive pot.
This 12pc fired on red Fire King dinner set was made by Hocking around 1938. It is in wonderful condition for it's age. Very very minor scratches in only a couple of small places. Super nice! There are 4 ups, 4 saucers, and 4 dinner plates. Be sure and look at all of the Fire King Rainbow we have for sale! The price is $55.00 for the 12 pc set!
This beautiful 8 1/2" pink melon handled pitcher was made by Fenton Art Glass Co. It is in pristine condition!
This pink Mayfair Open Rose cream soup bowl is in excellent condition. It was made in the 1930's by The Hocking Glass Co.
This Banded coffee pot was made by the Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee. It has the "Full Moon" style lid and no thumb tab on the handle. It is signed with the #7 Hall Superior Quality Kitchenware mark on the bottom. Beautiful condition!
This pink Royal Lace straight sided bowl was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1930's, and is in excellent condition!
These Goldscheider blue bird figurines are in fantastic condition! They look so much better than the photo shows, and the colors are very rich and bold! Both are well signed on the bottom and have numbers impressed in the bottom of the base. You would be very happy with this pair.
This cranberry coin dot creamer/pitcher was made by Fenton and is in excellent condition!
This Fry Oven Glass opalescent covered baker/casserole measures 3" tall X 7" across and is in super condition! It has patent dates on it from 1917 and 1919 and was made in the 1920's. Very nice!
This Fostoria "American" round butter dish is beautiful except for a tiny no show sliver on the underside of the base. The lid is MINT! You would not be unhappy with this piece for the price.
This is a harder to find Taverne or Silhouette creamer, sugar bowl and lid set. It was made by The Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee Co. The Whitmyer book calls this style a "Modern" set, and Harvey Duke called it a "Mary Lou" Set. Nice condition!
This Autumn Leaf long spout tea pot was made by The Hall China Co. for Jewell Tea. It was an early offering in 1937, and was discontinued in 1942. Extremely good condition!
This Blue Ridge "Jane" pitcher is very clean and very bright colors. It is signed Blue Ridge "Jane" and Southern Potteries on the bottom. It is in Pristine condition!