This Dogwood footed sherbert was made by The MacBeth-Evans Glass Co. in the 1930's and is in excellent condition!
This Moon and Stars is true ruby red, not amberina! It is a beautiful 7oz all ruby tumbler in excellent condition.
This 9 1/2" Bob White individual modern style salad bowl was made by Red Wing from 1956-1967. It is in excellent condition!
This Pyrex dinnerware was hardly used and is estate fresh from here in Ohio. Each piece is signed PYREX in gold, and the trim is fabulous!
This green Fairfax 8 1/2" divided relish was made by Fostoria and is in excellent, unused condition.
This Riviera green sugar bowl and lid were made by The Homer Laughlin China Co. in the 1930s. We retrieved this set from an attic in a countryside farm estate in NW Ohio.
This pink American Sweetheart salver or chopplate was made by the MacBeth-Evans Glass Co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition and only has 1 tiny "pinch mark" from the manufacturing process.
This 9 3/4" American oval serving bowl was made by Fostoria Glass Co. and it is in excellent condition.
This pink footed Block Optic tumbler was made by Hocking Glass in the 1930's and is in excellent condition!
This Candlewick 400/84, 6 1/2" divided mayo bowl is in great condition. It was made by the Imperial Glass Co.
This Midnight Rose footed ice tea glass was made by Fostoria in the 1940's and 1950's. It is in excellent condition!
This pink Holiday "Buttons and Bows" 4" tumbler is in excellent condition! It was made in the 1940's by Jeannette Glass Co.
This beaded edge Paneled Grape cream and sugar were made by Westmoreland Glass Co. in the 1950's. They still have their original labels on each piece. Excellent!
Vintage, Hocking green glass spice jar. The lid is a spice lid, no holes. The glass is crystal clear, bright and shiny. No damage, no repairs. No chips, no cracks. Priced each, 5 available. Thanks for looking!
Geri and Dan Tucker
This green Sharon Cabbage Rose cup and saucer is in excellent condition! It was made by the Federal Glass Co. in the 1930's.
This Poppy & Wheat, or Wild Poppy custard cup was made by the Hall China Co. in the 1950's. It is signed with the HSQK mark in gold on the bottom and is in excellent condition. No damage or flaws of any kind.
This child's youth mug was made by The hazel Atlas Glass Co in the 1940's. It is the same blank as the Shirley Temple mugs. It has a red barnyard scene on it.
This Fire King Ivory Swirl sugar bowl and lid are in excellent condition. It is signed on the bottom with the early mark.