This child's Blue Willow oval platter is for the larger size set. The size is on the photo. Marked Made In Japan on the back.
This cobalt Fine Rib 9 oz water tumbler was made by Hazel Atlas in the 1930s and 1940s. It is in excellent condition.
This CHEROKEE ROSE water goblet was made by The Tiffin Glass Co. in the 1930's. It is 8" tall and in excellent condition!
This Riviera red 9" dinner plate was 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. It was never used and the condition verifies that. You'll never find any of this pattern in better condition!
This Fire King forest green Boopie tall stemmed water glass is in excellent condition! There are 3 glasses available @ $14.00 each.
This Colonial Fluted 6" Rope cereal bowl was made in the 1930's by The Federal Glass Co. It is in excellent condition! Bright and shiny glass. Signed on the bottom with the letter "F" in a shield.
This pink Moderntone shot glass was made by The Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the 1940's. It is in excellent condition. These pink shot glasses were also used in some of the children's toy dish sets. There are 4 shot glasses available @ $14.00 each.
These swanky swig tumblers were premiums from the grocery store in 1933 and had Pimento Cheese in them. Most were made by Hazel Atlas. They are 2 1/4" wide at the top...and they hold 5 oz...Very colorful! This one is called Ring Band and is hard to find. There is one tiny paint skip in the top white line, and it is 3 3/8" tall.
This crystal Windsor Diamond was made by the Jeannette Glass Company before the 1950's, and is in excellent condition!
1940's pastel pink Moderntone creamer and sugar was made by Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in excellent condition. These pink cream and sugar sets are harder to find. The creamers are usually yellow, and the sugar is usually green, at least in our area.
These Old Quilt tumblers still have their original labels on each one. They are in unused condition.
These ruby flashed 5 oz Claret/Wine goblets are 4 1/2" tall and in excellent condition. I can't express the beauty and quality of these stems in a photo! They are stunning! They are called Park Lane and were made in 1957 by Indiana Glass.
These ruby flashed 8 1/2" plates are in excellent condition. I can't express the beauty and quality of these plates in a photo! They are stunning! They are called Park Lane and were made in 1957 by Indiana Glass. These are very high quality!
This Strawberry Shortcake cereal bowl was made by Hocking Glasss and is in excellent condition.
This 7" square Pretzel snack tray was made by Indiana Glass from the 1930's to 1980's. It is in excellent condition! It has the cup ring in one corner and uses a coffee cup for the beverage.
This 8 inch 2 handled Century serving bowl was made by the Fostoria Glass Co in the 1950's. Very minor use.
This green Pillar Optic cup and saucer was made by The Hocking Glass co. in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
This Fire King ruffled Diamond nut dish is in excellent condition. It is forest green in color and has 1 small black spot in the glass. Very nice!