Juice size small tumbler, embossed on the bottom with a B in a circle and the number 11 below that, and made by Brockway Glass Company (1907-1988), Brockway, Pennsylvania. B in a circle mark was first used in 1925, though this piece is much later, and most likely was a jar for cheese or jelly originally then when the product was used, one had a glass to reuse; A marketing practice of by gone years. Glass is indented on each side with a star pattern, similar to the prescut patterns used by Anchor Hocking. Size: 3-3/4 inches height, base 1-3/4, 2-1/4 inches across the rim. No damage, rim feels rough from manufacturing.
Very elegant matching set creamer, sugar, with under plate. The pattern resembles three large Texas like bulls eyes on the creamer the crystal creamer is 2 ¼ inches height at the spout, has a notched handle. Under Plate measures 4 by 7 inches.
Anchor Hocking Glass Co. - Early American Prescut - Creamer
This is the # 754 cream pitcher standing 4 inches in height, and has a base of 2 inches across. Made by the Anchor Hocking Glass Co., in the 1960's. This pattern is called Early American Prescut . No chips or cracks, some straw marks in the glass and has a star pattern on each side.
This a crystal, two handled sugar, in the pattern know as Stars and Bars , and also called Rainbow Stars and was made by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company 1941-1960. Size: 2-1/2 inches height, 3inches across the top rim, star pattern to the bottom, with an interesting notching to the handles.
This Pattern was made by the Jeannette Glass Company, 1929 -1933 in pink, green, and crystal, and this set is crystal. The open sugar is 2-1/4 inches in height, with a base of 2 inches, and is 3-1/4 inches across the top rim. The cream pitcher is 3 inches height at the spout with a base of just under 2 inches. From the tip of the spout to the end of the handle measures 4 inches.
This Pattern was made by the Jeannette Glass Company, 1932-1946 in pink, green, and crystal, and this one is crystal. It is 3-1/4 inches in height, with a base of 2-5/8 inches across, and from the tip of the spout to the end of the handle is 4 ½ inches across. No chips or cracks, has a few bubbles inside the glass. This pattern has a nice heavier quality to the glass making it more durable than some of the other Depression Glass patterns.
FOR SALE IS A CRYSTAL CREAM PITCHER AND VASE IN THE DAISY AND BUTTONS PATTERN PROBABLY MADE BY THE L.G.WRIGHT GLASS COMPANY. THE CREAM PITCHER IS 3 1/2 INCHES HIGH AND THE VASE IS 2 3/4 INCHES HIGH AND ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITHOUT CHIPS OR CRACKS.
Vintage Amethyst Anniversary Bottle By Imperial Glass
FOR SALE IS AN AMETHYST BOTTLE MADE BY IMPERIAL GLASS CIRCA 1970'S. THE PRETTY BOTTLE WITH EMBOSSED WEDDING BELLS AND HAPPY ANNIVERSARY MEASURES 5 INCHES HIGH X 2 3/4 INCHES SIDE AND HAS THE I G LOGO ON THE BOTTOM AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.
Vintage Indiana Glass Mayonnaise bowl, with fluted rim, originally trimmed with gold, now most of the gold on the rim is gone, thru use and washing. Glass has no chips, or cracks, has minor use scratches, plus a white area in bottom of bowl of unknown cause, most likely a manufacturing flaw. Size: 5 ¼ inches across the top rim, with a base of 2 ¼ inches.
A clear glass handled decanter with pour spout. The glass stopper is cork wrapped for a good seal. Stands 8 in. tall and is 5 in. diameter. Applied band reads Canada Dry Bourbon. In very good, undamaged, usable condition. Add some sparkle to your home bar.
This is a set of 4 pressed glass goblets with the pattern Cape Code. It has a band of fine diagonal points above a band of larger diamond pattern. Measures 5.25 inches tall with a base of 2.5 inches. Price is for the set of 4. Condition is very good with no chips or cracks.
Lovely set of low candles by the Jeannette Glass company. Made in the late 40's to early 50's this is their National pattern. Vertical rib pattern with the candles standing up on 3 short legs. Both are in excellent condition. They stand 3 tall by 3 wide.
A blue glass vase with a short pedestal base. Stands 6.25 in. tall. The pattern is a slightly dimpled effect on the interior surface. 3.5 in. diameter at the top. I think this could also be used as a celery vase. I find no damage. Unmarked. I believe this to be from the '60's era.
A crystal glass open compote that stands 5.25 in. tall. Measures 6.5 in. diameter. Not sure if it is handpainted or a transfer but sure is pretty. Amber stained with an orange band around the base and center of the dish. White flowers with green leaves. In very good condition. There are 2 straw marks in the base of the dish part. Common to the vintage of this glass. Maker is unknown, appears to be quality glass. Best guess would be the Westmoreland Glass Co. A useful size to use or display.
Glassware - Anchor Hocking Vintage Snack Set - Consists of 4 serving trays and 4 cups with original box and packing. Box has water spots on sides. Tray measures 11 ½ inches long x 6 ¾ inches wide and cup is 2 3/8 inches tall - made between 1960-1977. Set of 4 is $35
This covered candy dish or covered compote is in a pretty green satin finished glass. Produced by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the '50's era. Stands 6 in. tall and is 3.5 in. square. This is the first time I have found this in the green satin finish. It does have a clear green pedestal base. You will find this in the flashed colors, clear and gold trimmed quite often but I think this one is a bit harder to find. Damage free and I apologize for the dust that shows in the image. Will come to you in a washed clean condition.
Glassware - Anchor Hocking Vintage Snack Set #600/76 - This is a set of 4, each set contains a tray plate and a coffee cup. Plate is 11 ¼ inches long and one end has an indent for the cup. The design consists of grapes, leaves and vine. Set was made from 1960-1977 and has the original box and packing. Box has some stains from tape. This is a set of 4 for $35.
Federal Glass Windsor Chip and Dip - Very nice dish for those parties! The chip bowl measures 11 inch diameter and 1 inch tall; the bowl measures 5 ½ diameter x 1 ¾ inches tall. This pattern was made in 1974.
Featured for your enjoyment is a wonderful sugar from Indiana Glass. This is their Willow pattern, Line #1008. It is also know as WOM or Oleander, however the true name is Willow. This pattern seems to have had a long starting somewhere in the late 30's to early 40's and lasting at least until 1966. Still one of the most beautiful patterns of it's day. It is in excellent condition. Stands 2 7/8 tall by 5 1/4 wide.
We have a nice 50's salad set here for you. The pattern is a very fine vertical rib much like the Homespun pattern without the waffle bottom. It is made by Federal Glass in their Norse pattern. We have the chip bowl and two single dip bowls. Missing is the wire that would have held the dip bowls. All in near mint condition. Large stands 3 1/2 tall by 9 wide. Single bowls stand 2 tall by 5 wide.
Perfect old mixing bowl set from Federal Glass. This is their 1950's pattern, Star. Each bowl has the turned over rim and sets up on 4 little squared off feet. All 4 are in excellent condition. Largest is 4 3/8 tall by 9 5/8 wide. Next is 3 3/4 tall by 8 3/4 wide. Next is 3 3/8 tall by 7 1/4 wide. Last we have the baby at 2 7/8 tall by 7 wide.
Louise Doll Signed Art Glass Bell Jadeite Carnival
Handmade by Boyd this is a Louise doll bell. The color is Jadeite carnival; it is signed with Boyd's B in a diamond with lines and has an embossed number 5 next to the mark. This bell is in excellent condition and measures about 4 tall and 3 in diameter at the widest point.
Featured is the US Glass Companies Manhattan open sugar. Not to be confused with the Hocking pattern. This was made back in 1909 by US Glass and once more in 1967 by Bartlett-Collins. I believe this is the 1967 version as there seems to be no wear to it. It is in Near mint condition. Stands 3 1/4 tall by 5 1/2 across the handles.
Nice large cream and sugar set by Hocking Glass. This is their Sandwich pattern from 1956-1960 in the crystal. Both are in excellent condition. Open sugar is 3 tall by 5 3/4 wide. Creamer is 3 1/2 tall by 4 3/4 wide.
A planter that is bottom marked with USA # 657 and something else that I can't make out as it is so faint. Feels like it must be the crow that Akro used for their trademark. Measures 5.25 x 3 in. and is 2.5 in. tall. I find no damage. Just don't find much of this type of glass in my neck of the woods. Beautiful slag color of yellow, white and a touch of orange.
Hazel Ware ~ Capri tid-bit bowl with gold metal handle in center. The pattern is Colony, and the color is Capri. It is used for candy, nuts. Etc. and is oval shaped. It is 8 inches long by 5 inches wide by 1 ¾ inches tall and was made in the 1960s.
A clear glass handled shaving mug that stands 4 in. tall. Measures 4.5 in. diameter. It has raised glass wedges? on the bottom to hold your bar of shaving soap out of any water that may accumulate in the bottom. In damage free condition.
Terrific oil and vinegar set with wonderful art deco designs. Made out of porcelain with wooden top corks. One cork is stuck in the bottle (see picture). Has foil label on bottom which reads Maison International, LTD, Made in Japan, New York NY . A little chip on the very bottom on the oil bottle, but not noticeable when standing up. Otherwise in excellent shape.
Wonderful 40s or 50s ice cream dishes for sundaes or sherbert from the glass maker Federal. Dishes are 3 in diameter and 3 tall. All are in excellent shape, no chips or cracks. Has the Shield with the F in the middle which is the Federal Glass mark. Price is for all 6 dishes.