This 6 3/4" amber Madrid Jam Dish was made by The Federal Glass Co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition! We have 1 jam dish available for $35.00.
This large Owens-Illinois SUGAR canister has no chips or cracks, but there are some decal issues near the bottom of the SUGAR name. The lid has been repainted some where along the way but it was pretty well done, and is easy off-easy on! There are new labels available for these jars on the web. Very nice!
This Philadelphia design "Philly" tea pot pot was made by The Hall China Co. and sold through various stores and vendors. It has gold decoration on it, and is in excellent condition. The bottom is signed 3 different ways. It has the HALL name impressed in the bottom. It also has the Hall round circle mark, and the Hall Gold Decorator mark with the numbers, 080X also.
Vintage Hazel Atlas youth mug. There are the 3 characters around the mug (as seen in the photos). A grumpy older man, a youngster with his mouth covered by his shirt, and a rooster. Excellent condition with no damage, no wear, no repairs. We tried without success to find out who these characters were, but it is signed with a copyright ~ ~ Inc (blurred before the Inc.). No chips, no cracks, bright bold graphics. We will gladly combine shipping on multiple purchases...
This yellow Baroque mustard base was made by The Fostoria Glass Co. from the 1930's til' the 1960's. No chips, and no scratches.
This ribbed art deco design "Tulips" coffee pot was made by The Hall China Co. and sold through various stores and vendors It is in excellent condition, and the bottom is signed Enterprise Aluminum - Drip-O-Lator . The pattern was put on both sides of this attractive pot.
This green Princess 5 2/4" tab handle cereal bowl was made by The Hocking Glass Co. in the 1930s. It is in excellent condition!
This pink Homespun butter dish cover is in excellent condition with no chips, and no damage. The base has a chip on the inner rim. It was made by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1940s. Super!
Beautiful 2 handled 7" bowl with Gloria etching and made by the Cambridge Glass Co in the 1930's. This bowl is signed with the "C" in a triangle.
This Kitchen Kraft Red, or Tangerine 11" cake plate was made by HLC in the 1930's. It is part of the Genuine Fiesta line and was used for utilitarian purposes. Very good condition with super glaze and color! Very light use. Not signed but undeniably Fiesta. This is the hardest color to find.
This pink Manhattan was made by The Hocking Glass Co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
These Van Tellingen Little Black Boy and his dog huggie shakers are in great condition. Bright and shiny glaze, and superior paint trim. Both shaker are marked and appear unused. They were made between 1947 and 1951. The boy has his red-buttoned drop seat pajamas and the cute spotted pup with a red tongue and curly tail. Cool!