This Fire King Forest Green "Charm" 11" platter is in excellent, unused, condition!
This Fire King Royal Ruby maple leaf relish/mint dish is in excellent condition. The red ones have always been harder to find.
This 1 pint kitchen jug with a green decoration was made by Hazel Atlas and is in excellent condition.
This 9 1/2" Old Colony ~ Lace Edge salad bowl is in excellent condition! This is the ribbed bowl.
This original green 13" oval platter was made by Homer Laughlin China Co. as a "go with" for Fiesta, Harlequin, and Riviera. It is called Kitchen Kraft and sometimes Oven Serve. It is in excellent condition!
This pattern was only made for 1 year starting in 1932 by the Hazel Atlas Glass Co.It was packed in STAR BRAND Oats and given away as a premium for buying the Oats. There were only 7 pieces made in this color. This is a harder to find berry bowl and is in excellent, unused condition. Very bright and shiny!
This pair of white milk glass candles were made by Westmoreland Glass Co before 1950. They are in excellent condition! These are very high detail and flawless!
I think this is a pie bird or pie vent to vent steam from the pie while baking. It has pink ears and mouth and a 4 leaf clover on the belly. It is in great condition! There is a steam hole on the bottom and the back of the head.
These 3 footed candles were made by Fenton in the late 1920's. They have a petal pattern edge, and are in excellent condition!
This finger hole advertising candle was made by the Hall China Co. It is the only one like this that I have seen that didn't have the Autumn Leaf pattern on it. It was made for The Seaview Country Club in Absecon New Jersey. It does have a little gold trim on it and the bottom is signed with the round Hall circle mark. It is in excellent condition.
This jadeite Fire King was used for mints, or as a spoon rest or whatever wanted. It is in excellent condition! It is not marked Fire King, but none of the novelty items were.
This Fire King forest green Bubble large berry bowl is in excellent condition. It was made by Hocking.
This white restaurantware rimmed bowl was made by Hocking for their Fire King line. It is W305 in their catalog.
This pink footed Rock Crystal low 8oz goblet was made by The McKee Glass Co. in the late 1920's, and is in excellent condition.
This small "Colonial" utility jug is in excellent condition. It was made by Hall for Cook Coffee and is signed on the bottom.
This WMG 6" Celery Vase is in excellent condition! It was made by Westmoreland Glass Co. after 1940.
This white milk glass Paneled Grape footed pitcher is in excellent condition! It is 8" tall.
These green blocked cafe table shakers are in excellent condition! You almost never see these in green, usually only in crystal. They were made by H-A in the 1930's. Both have the Hazel-Atlas Logo on the bottom.