This white milk glass candy, or powder jar lid was made during the depression era by a company unknown to us. The base has drum decorations on it suggesting the Civil War, but we only have the lid. There is a small sliver off of the right hand side of the barrel.
This Fire King coffee mug has the Forget Me Not pattern on it, and is in excellent condition.
This Holiday Buttons and Bows flat cake plate was made by The Jeannette Glass Co. in the 1950's, and is in excellent condition!
This amber bouquet and Lattice 9 oz tumbler is in excellent condition! It was made by The Federal Glass Co. in the 1930's. We have 1 tumbler available for $15.00.
This Rosemary "Dutch Rose" 10" oval platter was made by the Federal Glass Co. in the mid 1930's. Beautiful!
This Fostoria Coin Ruby small footed jelly compote is in excellent condition! It has frosted coins and was made in 1967.
You are buying 3 Dogwood 8" luncheon plates in excellent condition. They were made by MacBeth - Evans in the 1930's.
Geri and Dan Tucker
This green Bubble Footed Ice Tea glass is very hard to find. It is 7 inches tall and was made by Hocking. This is a true ice tea glass.
This true Royal Ruby (not amberina) Moon and Stars 10 oz water goblet is in excellent condition! It was made by Fenton for L.G. Wright.
This Monax American Sweetheart 6 inch cereal bowl is in excellent condition. It was made by The MacBeth Evans Glass Co. in the 1930's. We have 6 of these nice bowls available for $15.00 each.
This pink Cherry Blossom cup is in excellent condition! This is a cup only, with no saucer.
This 1950s Glasbake crystal 1 cup measure was made by McKee Glass. Mckee made all of the Glasbake items. It is in unused condition and still has the .15¢ price tag on the bottom. The original store that sold this in Toledo was the Tiedtke's Store which is famous around here.
This 6 1/8" Jamestown ruby ftd tumbler was made by The Fostoria Glass Co. and is in excellent condition! We have 3 of these available for $15.00 each.
This pink ribbed Queen Mary 4" water tumbler is in excellent condition. We have 2 of these available for $15.00 each.
Geri and Dan Tucker
Welcome! We have a vintage child's glass tumbler 1950s. There are three adorable cats, two dancing, to one that's playing the horn. The photo is one tumbler, showing both sides. There are five (5) tumblers available, buy it now price is for one. It is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, no dings and no wear. Glass is shiny and graphics are in excellent, bright condition. They look never used. Musical notes and stars around. A bright addition to your collection.
This crystal Windsor Diamond was made by the Jeannette Glass Company before the 1950's, 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.
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.