This mug was made in the 1970's for the General Motors Buick executive meetings. This 1904 Buick mug is one of two that we have for sale. It is in excellent condition! Multiple items can be combined to save on shipping.
Geri and Dan Tucker
This footed Irish coffee mug was made by The Hall China Co. to commemorate the 1983 Tri-State Pottery Festival in East Liverpool Ohio on June 16, 17, 18, 1983. The picture on this mug is a locally famous all hand carved Merry-Go-Round and there is a nice story about it on the other side of the mug. Excellent condition. We attended that festival and exhibited at the show.
Blue Baroque cup made by the Fostoria Glass Co. in the 1930's in excellent condition.
Blue Baroque mayo underplate made by the Fostoria Glass Co. in the 1930's in excellent condition.
This is a blown finger bowl in the Holly pattern and used for rinsing your fingers at the dinner table. Excellent condition!
Geri and Dan Tucker
Hocking made this 4000 line creamer and sugar bowl in this Fire King Royal Ruby set. Excellent condition!
This genuine Fiesta Tom and Jerry mug was made by the Homer Laughlin China Co. It is one of the BUICK advertising mugs from the annual Buick Company meeting in the 1970's, and is in MINT condition!
Original 1930's screaming yellow Harlequin 8 1/2" flat soup bowl in excellent condition!
These footed almond dishes were made by Duncan Miller in the "Spiral Flutes" pattern. They are in excellent condition and sport a 3 way mold.
These Shell Pink Punch Cups were made by The Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1950's...All in excellent condition!
This crystal Ring creamer and sugar bowl are in great condition! They were made by the Hocking Glass Co. in the early 1930's. These are different in the fact that they have a wheel ground pattern at the top of the rings.
This cobalt Moderntone 5" berry bowl was made by Hazel Atlas in the 1940's and has some inner rim niks, but not terrible.
This pink Windsor 13 5/8" Chop Plate was made by Jeannette Glass in the 1930's.
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!