This Amberina Crackle Glass 16 oz large pinch tumbler is in excellent condition. It has a ground pontil on the bottom and 4 "pinch" indents in the sides. The size is on the photo. It was probably made by The Pilgrim Glass Co. and is very attractive!
This Dogwood footed sherbert was made by The MacBeth-Evans Glass Co. in the 1930's and is in excellent condition!
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 blue Westinghouse covered refrigerator leftover was made by The Hall China Co. in the 1950's. This was part of the set that came with every new Westinghouse refrigerator. It is in excellent condition!
This Fire King White Swirl 6 inch mixing bowl is the second smallest bowl in the Swirl Mixing bowl set. It is in excellent condition, and signed on the bottom.
These Fostoria Century salt and pepper shakers are in excellent condition with no cloudiness to the glass. Shiny tops!
This large 10 1/4" pastel pink oval vegetable bowl was made by Taylor Smith & Taylor and marketed under the LuRay Pastels name. It is in excellent condition, and measures 10 1/4" from edge to edge. Signed LuRay on the bottom. We have 2 pink oval bowls available @ $18.00 each. Be sure and check our other LuRay pieces.
Hocking Glass made this Forest Green "Charm" pattern in the 1940's ~ 1950's. The square design had a great appeal to many homemakers, and it was widely distributed. These soup/cereal/salad bowls are in excellent unused condition. The color is strong.There are 4 available at $18.00 each.
This 9 3/4" American oval serving bowl was made by Fostoria Glass Co. and it is in excellent condition.
This green Fairfax 8 1/2" divided relish was made by Fostoria and is in excellent, unused condition.
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.
This Candlewick 400/84, 6 1/2" divided mayo bowl is in great condition. It was made by the Imperial Glass Co.
This pink footed Block Optic tumbler was made by Hocking Glass in the 1930's and 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 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!