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 9 3/4" American oval serving bowl was made by Fostoria Glass Co. and it is in excellent 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 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 Fire King Ivory Swirl sugar bowl and lid are in excellent condition. It is signed on the bottom with the early mark.
This pink Holiday "Buttons and Bows" 4" tumbler is in excellent condition! It was made in the 1940's by Jeannette Glass Co.
These Fostoria Century footed ice tea glasses are in excellent condition. Bright and shiny!
These Criss Cross fired on green deep cereal bowls were made by Hazel Atlas in the late 1930's, and are in excellent condition!
This "Blue Bubble" sugar bowl was made by The Hocking Glass Company and was part of the Fire King line.
This hand decorated vase is in excellent condition and has attractive hand painted flowers with green edge trim. It is not signed or marked.
These china Franciscan ice tea tumblers are in the Desert Rose pattern and are in excellent condition. They are all marked with the TV Screen mark from the late 1940's. Beautiful!