These 6 Mexican scene Fiesta style 12 oz drinking glasses are very stylish and go perfectly with any South Western, or Fiesta, Harlequin, or Riviera dinnerware No chips, but have some minor paint scuffing in the green band at the base. They were probably made by The Libbey Glass Co. in the 1950's. They are 5 1/4 inches tall and hold 12 oz. $35.00 for the set + shipping.
We're not sure how old this glass fruit knife is. We've never seen a royal ruby amberina one before, so we assume it is newer. The color is outstanding! A Fenton dealer told us this was made by Fenton for a vendor. It has a 3 flower embossed pattern on it and it has traces of amberina showing through the edges. It has not been stone ground. Usually these glass knives were used to cut fruit or cake and pie before stainless steel was invented...
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 9 1/2" tall footed crystal Iris pitcher is in excellent condition.
This crystal Royal Lace cookie jar was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
This green Cameo Dancing Girl large salad bowl is in excellent condition! It is 8 1/4 inches wide at the top. Very nice!
This 1950's Fenton Silver Crest 12 1/2" chop plate is in excellent condition!
This Fire King Royal Ruby "Rachael", oval 12 inch console bowl was made by Hocking Glass in the 1950s. Excellent condition!
This Apple and Pear all china rolling pin was made by Harker China in the 1940's. It is in excellent condition!
This Holiday Buttons and Bows pink pitcher was made by the Jeannette Glass Co. and is in excellent condition!
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 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.
This 10pc McKee Glasbake Cookware Set is in excellent condition. This was found in an attic in an estate sale this week. The labels they put in the glass pieces were partially removed, but the items were never used. The list of included pieces is on the photo. The casserole and pie dish lid are still in the original box. All pieces are signed Glasbake Made in the 1940’s by McKee Glass Co.
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 Daisy and Button Amberina Slot lid candy jar is is in excellent condition. It is not signed and there is no org sticker. Much more beautiful in person
1930s-1950s .. SUGAR Spice Shaker made by McKee Glass Co and Tipp City Decorated, with the Watering Can Lady graphics. Bottom is signed Made in U.S.A. She looks like Susie Sun Bonnet! This shaker is in excellent, vintage, all original condition with no damage, no repairs. Lid is near perfect, no dents or dings. Graphics are bright and colorful. Shaker stands 3 1/4 inch tall, to the top of the lid. Lid holes are perfect and not punched in...
1930s-1950s .. FLOUR Spice Shaker made by McKee Glass and Tipp City Decorated, with the Watering Can Lady graphics. Bottom is signed Made in U.S.A. She looks like Susie Sun Bonnet! This shaker is in excellent, vintage, all original condition with no damage, no repairs. Lid is near perfect, no dents or dings. Graphics are bright and colorful. Shaker stands 3 1/4 inch tall, to the top of the lid. Lid holes are perfect and not punched in...
This amber 2 piece covered powder jar was made by The Paden City Glass Co. in the 1940's. It was used for a powder jar, or a "rings and things" storage jar. The top lifts off for access to the storage area. Women used these on their dressers to remind them of the boys overseas.