These sherbet dishes originally were full of Big Top peanut butter with metal lids and made by a Hazel Atlas Company in the 1950s. The design was based on patterns found at circuses. Hazel-Atlas unofficially named this pattern Gothic. They are 3-5/8 inches, 8 ounces. They are in good condition with no chips or cracks and there are 9 available. Price is for each.
Green Royal Lace Butter Dish, base in excellent/mint condition with no damage or signs of use. Lid is also very good except for one small flake on the outer edge. Not very noticeable and still a very nice item
These 4 fired on cereal milk pitchers were made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in the late 1930's. They were a premium offered to consumers by the Kix Cereal Company in 1939. You are buying the 4 different colored pitchers, but the sign in the photo does not come with them.
Rare large Size 1 Gallon Bowl and 7 matching Cups by Hazel Atlas. Note the raised base on both bowl and cups, Measures 9 1/2" diam. X 6" high. Dickens style characters and village scene. Comes with 7 cups that are perfect, the bowl is perfect also.
Tom & Jerry refers to fortified "Egg Nog" - usually at Christmas time. Hazel Atlas Glass Co. existed from 1902 to 1956 when it was bought out by the Continental Glass Co.
Genuine 1940 cobalt Shirley Temple child's milk pitcher. Part of a 3 pc set that included a cereal bowl, a mug, and this pitcher. Photo is silk screened on glass. Super! This pitcher is guaranteed old!