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 footed pink Cubist covered candy is in excellent condition and was made by Jeannette Glass in the 1930's.
This Fire King 7 inch forest green shell relish is in excellent condition! Great holiday color!
This Spiral creamer and sugar bowl were made by Hocking in the 1930's, and are in excellent condition! This is the same blank as Cameo Dancing Girl.
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 is the largest size creamer and sugar in the Century pattern by Fostoria. Excellent condition!
This fired on jadeite art deco Fire King vase is in excellent condition. Harder to find in this color combo.
These Heisey "Plantation" stemmed sherberts are in excellent condition. Crystal clear with NO CLOUDINESS!
This original medium green Harlequin 6 1/4" bread & butter plate is in excellent condition! It was made by the Homer Laughlin China Co. after 1959, mostly as an alternative to Fiesta ware and sold at the 5¢ & 10¢ stores.
These Criss Cross fired on green deep cereal bowls were made by Hazel Atlas in the late 1930's, and are in excellent condition!
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!
This "Blue Bubble" sugar bowl was made by The Hocking Glass Company and was part of the Fire King line.