This American Sweetheart 10" true dinner plate was made by MacBeth~Evans in the 1930's and is in excellent condition!
This paper match match holder ash tray was made by Hall China and is signed with the round circle mark. No damage. Most match holder ashtrays are for the wooden matches.
This tall Iris iridescent ruffled top vase was made by Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1950's and is in excellent condition.
This blue opalescent 4 footed 6" vase was made by Imperial Glass. Some collectors use these to go with their "Katy" pattern dishes. Beautiful opalescent color!
This is the base to an emerald green dolphin foot cigarette jar. There is no lid. It was made by the Cambridge Glass Co. in the 1930's. Excellent condition with beautiful emerald color!
Geri and Dan Tucker
$20.00 each ~ 2 available
$20.00 each ~ 2 available
This irridescent Iris and Herringbone 12 inch sandwich plate is in excellent condition!
This pair of Sunburst double candles are on the same blank as Iris and Herringbone, but they have the Starburst pattern on them. They are in great condition!
This Fenton Star Cut Hobnail creamer, sugar and handled tray is in excellent condition! The Star Cut design is very neat!
This Ribbon footed cream and sugar set was made by Hazel Atlas in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
This opalescent Moonstone cream and sugar set was made by The Hocking Glass Co.in the 1950s and is in excellent condition!
These HLC Riviera Shakers are in excellent condition. No chips, a couple of color skips, and a black spot on the green shaker. We will gladly combine shipping on multiple purchases.
This LuRay pastel pink lug soup was made in the 1940's by TS&T, and is in excellent condition! Estate fresh and beautiful! It is code dated 6-40. There are 5 pink bowls available for $20.00 each.
This Candlewick 400/84 divided mayo bowl was made by the Imperial Glass Co. from 1937-1960. It is in excellent condition. It is 6 1/2" in diameter.
This elegant Diane etched condiment jar was made by Cambridge in the 1930’s. It is 4 inches tall and very beautiful! Cambridge made some of the best etched glassware in this country! There is no damage, and no cloudiness to this jar.
This tall carnival color pitcher in the Floragold pattern was made by The Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1950's. The color looks dark and beautiful!
This Swirl ultramarine creamer and sugar were made by The Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1930's, and is in excellent condition.
This 8" pastel blue flat soup bowl was made by Taylor Smith & Taylor and marketed under the LuRay Pastels name. It is in excellent condition, and measures 7 7/8" from edge to edge. Signed LuRay on the bottom. We have 2 blue flat soup bowls available for $20.00 each. Be sure and check our other LuRay pieces.
These 4 Diamond Point ruby flashed water or wine goblets are in great condition. They were made by The Indiana Glass Co. All 4 for 1 money.