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 hard to find pink 6 inch rose bowl was made by The Lancaster Glass Co. in the 1930's. Lancaster was purchased by Hocking at a later date. This bowl is in excellent condition with no damage. The pattern is called Carolyn which we identified by Weatherman Book II on page 221 in the Lancaster section. This is the only rose bowl like this in pink we have seen. This bowl is in the same beautiful color as Pink Mayfair and the pattern is strong.
This 13 1/2” white milk glass Paneled Grape dresser set tray was made by Westmoreland Glass in the 1950s. It is in excellent condition, and the glass is very bright and shiny with no damage! Estate Fresh from here in NW Ohio! We will gladly combine shipping on multiple purchases.
This pink Doric and Pansy childs creamer and sugar bowl are in excellent condition with no damage to report. Very nice!
This blue Caribbean Wave creamer and sugar bowl are in excellent condition. They were made by The Duncan Miller Glass Co. in the 1930's.
This amber 75 oz Patrician Spoke 8 inch pitcher is in excellent condition! It was made by Federal Glass in the 1930's. We have 2 of these pitchers available for $55.00 each.
These dresser bottles were part of a 3 bottle ensemble that set on a small tray on a dresser. The bottles are white and have light blue tapered lids. One on the bottles has a line on it in the middle, but no big deal. They are shown in a 1954 Fenton catalog.
This color reamer top is very hard to find. It was made in the 1930's by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. and sat on top of a 2 cup Mixing and Measuring pitcher. It is in excellent condition!
Cambridge Yellow Apple Blossom 9 1/2" dinner plate in excellent condition. Hard to find in any condition and these are beautiful!
This "mushroom" style tumbler was made by The Cambridge Glass Co for the Caprice Line, and holds 11-12 oz. It is in excellent condition!
These 6 "Fruits Tumblers W/Pears" were made by Jeannette Glass or Hazel Atlas in the early 1930's, and they are in excellent, unused condition! These 6 unused tumblers are available for $48.00 for the 6 pc set.
These 2 Candlewick 400/119 vinegar and oil bottles are in excellent condition! No damage or cloudiness at all!
These 4 cups and saucers are from the childs crystal Homespun set made by The Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1930's. They are in excellent condition, and very hard to find! The 8 pc set is $48.00
Large dark amber 1 gallon advertising jar. Lid marked in red letters "Maggi's Bouillon Cubes" Glass is excellent! We've never seen another jar like this. Slight fading in lid graphics. Marked O-I for Owens Illinois.
Depression era crystal glass fruit/cake cutter knife. Used for sanitary preparation before stainless steel was available. The thumbguard style has always been elusive, and this one is in excellent condition!
Green Princess flared Hat Bowl in excellent condition!
These ball shaped candles with the square base were a limited edition made by Hall China in the early 1990's. They were not made by Hall in the original Cook Coffee list. They are in excellent condition! The have the Taverne Silhouette pattern on them.
These fired on pastel pink hurricane candles are in excellent condition, and are part of the Fire King Rainbow line. These are getting harder to find. Hocking Glass is the maker.