This crystal with black petal foot water set was made by The Fry Glass Co. in the 1920's, and 1930's. It is in excellent condition. The optics that show in the photo are not seen in person.
A picture doesn't do this beautiful piece any justice. It is much prettier in real life. It is an eagle covered bowl. There are 2 chicks at the base of the eagle. Both pieces are signed and in excellent condition. The eyes are glass and piercing. Stunning!
This is an unusual Peach-Blo Gadroon footed covered candy in excellent condition. It was made by The Cambridge Glass Co. I can’t seem to show the true beauty and color of this beautiful candy dish in a photo. It'll take your breath away!! You never see this piece in any color, let alone Peach-Blo!! Excellent condition...no damage....
Geri and Dan Tucker
This American Pioneer covered jug was made by Liberty Glass Works in the 1930's. This is the largest of the 2 jugs they made like this, and it is in mint condition.
Geri and Dan Tucker
This 1920's Reuben Line Phoenix Katydid vase still has its original sticker on the bottom, and is in excellent condition! The blue wash treatment is also in wonderful condition!
Geri and Dan Tucker
Aladdin Lamp with original flocked shade, original label and a 3 way switch to operate base light, top light, or both. Aladdin part number G 186 made in 1949. Both lamps are excellent. 1 shade has tiny tear on bottom ruffle. Both lamps have their original finial.
Excellent! 1940s retro kitchen, red and crystal glass block COFFEE, TEA, and SUGAR jars with embossed red plastic coffee measure and red plastic lids. These are a very sturdy jar set that weigh 14 lbs! The cat won't knock these over! ... The glass is very clear and without damage. No labels on jars so we assumed the names. Very 40's deco!
This 4 footed, 12" oval Rosepoint bowl was made by the Cambridge Glass Co in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
This cobalt blue footed covered urn, or cookie jar, was made by Westmoreland and is either a footed cookie jar, or footed urn. It is a beautiful deep blue color with gold decorated Cherry and Leaves pattern. The lid is signed with the newer Westmoreland mark from the early 80’s, or before. The actual item is rumored to be from an old Northwood Glass mold from the early 1900’s. This item doesn’t seem to be around anywhere and may have been a special order from some other glass company...
This is a hard to find, very early LuRay, pink flat spout tea pot. These were only made the first couple of years when they started making this pattern. It is signed on the bottom with a 10-39 production date on it. Very nice!
This ivory Riviera covered casserole was made on the "Century" blank. It was made by The Homer LAughlin China Co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition.
This forest green gallon jar was made by Hocking Glass in the 1950's. It came from the estate auction of a retired employee that worked for Hocking. We bought several of these from that auction. The metal lid is original to this jar, but may have been repainted somewhere along the line. This piece is in excellent condition with no damage and no repairs. Very unusual to see one of these canister jars in this color.
This Rosepoint cheese and cracker set was made by The Cambridge Glass Co. in the 1930's, and is in excellent condition! It has gold decoration on both pieces.
This beautiful blue 3 pc stretch glass console set is in excellent condition. It is trimmed with a white border on all pieces and appears to have been made by The Tiffin Glass Co. or U.S. Glass. The color is irridized and stunning!
These Hall China, handled, Red Dot on Eggshell White FLOUR and SUGAR shakers are very hard to find, especially in this condition. No damage, no wear and no repairs. Nice addition to your collection!
Fostoria Glass Co. made this cruet in the "Heather" pattern. It is in excellent unused condition, and has NO CLOUDINESS!
This Loetz iridescent green & purple art glass vase is in excellent condition. We have been told by a collector "in the know" that this pattern is called "Mimosa". It has a ground pontil and is not signed. Stunning!
They always called this "The Unlisted Salad Bowl", and they are hard to find in any color. This yellow one is beautiful and has a couple of color misses, but no big deal. Very normal for this time period. No chips, very minor use. It is impressed on the bottom with the old Fiesta logo.