These swanky swig tumblers were premiums from the grocery store and had Pimento Cheese made by Kraft in them. Most glasses were made by Hazel Atlas. They are 2 1/4" wide at the top...and they hold 5 oz...Very colorful! These 2 are all Cornflower Red flower.
These ribbed deep pink cereal bowls were made by Hocking during the depression. They are in super condition! They are getting hard to find.
These cobalt Moderntone footed sherberts were made by Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1940's, and are in excellent condition.
This pink Block Optic tall champagne sherbert was made by Hocking in the 1930's, and is in excellent condition!
You never see larger serving pieces in restaurant ware. You will see lots of plates, and cups and saucers, but never platters and bowls. These were made by Homer Laughlin China Co. and are in hardly used condition. Great for vegetable cookouts or spaghetti!!
Cinnamon color "Horizon" was made by The Fostoria Glass Co. in the early 1950s. This footed finger bowl, and all of the other Horizon we have listed was never used and is fresh from an estate ...
This pattern is called "Rose" and was made by Fostoria in the 1950's. The cutting number is #827 and all of the pieces we have are in unused condition. Very high quality!
The American shakers were made by Fostoria. The glass is extremely clear with no cloudiness. The metal tops have a couple of tiny splits in the edge. Usually one of these type shakers are very cloudy.
This is made by Hocking Glass and called a tall candy "Go With". It is in excellent condition!
This is one of the hardest to find bowls in the fired on Rainbow Fire King line. It is in excellent condition!
This Black Clover Leaf sugar bowl only was made by Hazel Atlas Glass Co. from 1930 - 1936. Excellent condition!
This covered ribbed refrigerator leftover was made by Hocking in the 30's and 40's and might be part of their Fire King Line. These strongly resemble the "Jane Ray" pattern and would be a great go-with! Nice condition!
This Florentine 2 green grill plate was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1930's. Great condition!
This Fire King 6 1/2" bread and butter plate is in excellent condition, and hard to find.
These flared custard cups were called "Bobby" berry bowls by Harvey Duke in his 1970's book, but they are now called "flared custard cups". They are in excellent condition, and were made by Hall China Co. for Cook Coffee in the 1940's.
These ruby flashed 5 1/4" water goblets are in excellent condition. I can't express the beauty and quality of these goblets in a photo! They are stunning! They are called Park Lane and were made in 1957 by Indiana Glass.
This fired on rust colored deep 36's bowl was made by Hazel-Atlas Glass Co. in the Moderntone pattern. Excellent condition!
This fired on gold colored deep 36's bowl was made by Hazel-Atlas Glass Co. in the Moderntone pattern. Excellent condition!