Marked: 206 - Glasbake - 216 - U.S.A. Size: 8-1/2 inches length across handles, 7-7/8-inches width, 3-inches height Condition: used, minor use scratches/ utensil marks, normal manufacturing defects (marks within glass), rough seam on one handle. Comments: Poppy pattern is in four areas, the bottom has a textured, frosted design and areas of raised glass or feet. McKee Glass started making Glasbake about 1917 and is similar to Corning Glass's Pyrex lines. Both brands were popular because these dishes could go from oven baking to the table for serving and then to the refrigerator for storage; in the same dish.
Marked: U.S.A. - Glasbake - 254 Pattern: Poppy Design (on all sides, frosted base with 30 tiny raised glass areas) Size: 9-7/8-inches length over tab handles, 5-inches width, 2-7/8-inches height Condition: used, inside rim roughness Comments: over ware one can bake, serve and store using same dish; Glasbake overware has a heat quick bottom /McKee Glass Co., Reg. July 24, 1917
Marked: U.S.A. - Glasbake - 244-1/2 Size: 9-inches across rim, edge of glass to edge of glass, 6-inches across base, 1-1/4 inches height - should made an 8-1/4 inch pie, I'd think. Condition: used, no chips / Circa 1943 Comments: Has the patented GlasBake - heat quick bottom; textured/frosted glass, 3 rows of circles with 23 tiny curved feet on bottom.
Marked: U.S.A. Glasbake - 285 Size: 2-inches height, 3-3/4 inches across rim, 1-1/2 inch base Condition: Used, vintage, small inside rim use frits Comments: matching pair; each has six small feet on base.
Pattern: Yale Ball & Fan AKA Crow Foot, Turkey Track Size: 5-1/8 inches height, 3-inches across rim, 2-3/4 inches across base Condition: used, vintage glass, some normal wear or rubs to high areas under close inspection. Comments: Circa 1880's
Marked: McKee 328 - Range-tec - Pat. Appld. For - U.S.A. Size: 3-inches height, 10-1/4 inches length, 6-inches width Condition: used, average use marks, scratches on base Comments: 4-1/8 inch glass handle is grooved on top.
Marked: U.S.A. - Glasbake - 805 (on base in square, inside circle) / Lid marked 805-19 Size: 7-3/4 inches length, 5-inches width, 3-1/2 inches height to rim, 4- inches height to top of lid. Condition: used, vintage, some used roughness around edges as expected from age and contact/use. (circa 1930's Depression glass) The lid has yellowed a tad with age. Comments: Lid lift has a depression design in center, for refrigerator stacking; the base has a textured, frosted design and 24 tiny areas of raised glass feet, the sides of the base are clear.
Marked: Glasbake - 244 ½ - Pat. May 27'19 Size: 9-1/8 inches across rim from end to end, would make an 8-inch pie (inside measurement) Condition: used, vintage, some rough use frits on inner rim; smooth outer rim, can see specks of sand within the glass, typical in older glassware manufacturing, straw marks and the like. Comments: Nice wide decorated rim; smooth on top and decorated on bottom of rim, base has three rows of 24 lifted bar areas. Plate is all clear glass, no frosting on bottom.
Marked: U.S.A. - Glasbake - 805 (on base in square, inside circle) Size: 7-3/4 inches length, 5-inches width, 3-1/2 inches height to rim, 5-1/4 inches height to top of lid. Condition: used, vintage, some used roughness around edges of base as expected from age (circa 1930's Depression glass) and use; the lid is very good. Comments: Clear glass lid and base, yellowed a bit with age, bottom has a textured, frosted design and 24 tiny areas of raised glass feet.
Marked: U.S.A. - GlasBake - 473 - Pat. May 27'19 Size: 7-3/4 inches length, 5-5/8 inches width, 1-3/4 inches height Condition: used, vintage, very good Comments: bottom has a textured, frosted design and 12 tiny areas of raised glass or feet.
Marked: 206 Glasbake 216 (in Square) U.S.A. Size: 3- inches height, 7-3/4 inches across rim, 4-1/4 inches across base Condition: used, vintage, no chips Comments: two tab, decorative handles, 16 ridges on base as feet, in a frosted /textured glass area
Marked: 207 Glasbake 217 (in square) U.S.A. Size: 2-1/2 inches height, 7-inches across rim, 3-3/4 inches across base Condition: used, vintage, no chips Comments: two tab, decorative handles, 16 ridges on base as feet, in a frosted / textured glass area
These matching mugs are unique due to having a basket of fruit transfer placed over a Tom & Jerry. Looking closely one can see the outlines of the Tom & Jerry lettering. A manufacturing mistake? Marked: McK (in circle) Size: 3-3/8 inches height, 2-3/4 inches across rim, 2-1/4 inches across base Condition: used, vintage, no chips, a hint of a black ash mark (done in manufacturing) on each rim. Comments: base and handle decorated with white glass beads
Marked: U.S.A. - Glasbake - 380 Size: 13-1/4 inches length across tab handles, 9-inches width, 1-3/8 inches height, sits on four small feet Condition: used, vintage, some slight roughness on seams Comments: nice pattern of tree and well, frosted glass on base, tree and well is clear glass- Circa 1946 / Note: tree wells or platters were also advertised as being useful for serving salmon, tuna, crab and lobster salads / for steak and mushrooms / baked pork chops and apples; can be both cooked and then served on a lovely glass tray.
This Jadite salt shaker is by McKee Glass dating from the 1930's. This is a very nice shaker, in the hard to find in good condition SALT. CONDITION: Excellent with no chips or cracks. Usual swirling to the glass. Light discoloration to interior of lid. Lettering is perfect, with no scratches, fading or wear.
Marked: Glasbake - 254 - Pat. May 27, 19 (?) Size: 9-7/8 inches length across handles, 5-inches width, 3-inches height Condition: used, very good for age, some inside rim roughness Comments: Poppy pattern is on all four ends, the bottom has a textured,frosted design and areas of raised glass or feet. McKee Glass started making Glasbake about 1917 and is similar to Corning Glass's Pyrex lines. Both brands were popular because these dishes could go from oven baking to the table for serving and then to the refrigerator for storage; in the same dish.
This is a set of 5 very colorful stacking bowls that I believe were made by Glasbake. They are unmarked, but have the distinctive Glasbake pebbles on the bottom. They measure 5 in diameter and are 1 3/4 high. CONDITION: The red has a very tiny knick to the rim. The green has some paint wear to the base. The lustre has a manufacturing flaw near the base.All of the colors are bright and shiny without scratches or fading.
Marked: Made In U.S.A. - Glasbake - J415 - 2 Quart Size: 8-1/2 inches across rim, 3-inches height, holds 2-quarts Condition: used, no chips, minor rim seam use roughness - No lid Comments: with two tab handles and a textured base
Vintage, thick, heavy glass food ring - well marked on top: U.S. Pat.-D 133,413 - Other Patents Pending - Queen Anne - Reg. U.S. PAT. Office- Glasbake Size: 8-3/4 inches across the top rim, 2-1/2 inches height Condition: vintage, some minor use fleabites around inner edge, no other damage- has the normal straw marks, ash specks and air bubbles common to old glass. Comments: the center glass is pushed up from below to form the ring, and that underside has frosted glass, and the sides have a ribbed pattern; it sits on three small feet. Circa 1940's
Mckee Amber Elegant Footed 8 Sided Comport W/gold Trim
This really pretty amber 8 Sided, Footed Comport, was made by McKee Glass. The Comport measures 3 inches high X 9 3/4 inches in diameter across the top. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The gold decoration all over the top is very good.
Mckee Glass - Glasbake Little Princess Ring Baking Dish
A miniature baking dish line of children's cookware made by McKee Glass. Their mother's had the Queen Anne Cake Ring and this was the children's version Little Princess circa 1940's. Signed: Glasbake (in ring bottom) - Little Princess (in very center) Size: 4-5/8 inches across rim, 1-1/2 inches height, center is raised glass. Condition: vintage glass with rough seams, glass imperfections and possibly a very tiny fleabite or rough spot on top rim. Comments: has three tiny feet on bottom, the punched up raised area in center is frosted glass, sides are a spaced, ribbed pattern.
Cute crystal custard size dish with etched pattern - has a patent number stamped on its rim reading: Pat. May 27, 1911, and the bottom is stamped Glasbake 286. Size: 1-3/4 inches height, 3-1/2 inches across the rim, 2-inch base. Condition: used, some seam roughness
This Laurel Delphite 5 3/4 inch Plate depicts the FIFTY YEARS FORWARD CELEBRATION AUG. 28-SEPT.5 - 1888-1938 - JEANNETTE, PENNSYLVANIA - JEANNETTE MCKEE. It is signed on the back McK. The Plate is in very good condition with no chips or cracks.
This rich Ruby Rock Crystal Center Parfait was produced by McKee Glass Co., from 1922 - 31. This much sought after Goblet measures 5 1/4 inches tall and will hold 3.5 ounces of your favorite dessert! It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and looks as if never used! There are minor imperfections around the foot of the parfait but nothing that takes away from it and was all a part of the original production! You won't want to miss this great addition to your collection!
This is a really great little Custard Glass Safety Razor Hone made by McKee Glass. This Razor Hone measures 3 inches X 2 1/4 inches. It is signed on the back McKEE GLASS SAFETY RAZOR HONE PAT APPLIED FOR. This Hone is in very good condition with no chips or cracks.
Mckee Crystal Nappy Bon Bon Bowl Eapg Pattern Glass Old
McKee Crystal Nappy Bon Bon Bowl EAPG Pattern Glass Old. Brilliant sparkle, nice quality glass. Sawtooth rim with feathers down each side of the narrow handle area, with some beautiful stars and floral designs. I think it was made by McKee glass, please correct if I'm wrong. It is marked Pres Cut in the Center. Measures approx 7.5 X 7.5 inches. I found a couple very tiny nicks along the rim, but you have to hunt for them. No scratches or stains. A lovely dish to serve condiments, candies, etc. A lovely example of American Art Glassware.
This is a crystal dessert plate in the crackle pattern by McKee Glass Company in the 1920s. This pattern was also made by several other glass companies. It is a unique and scarce pattern to find. There are (4) available. Price is for (1) plate. ADD $6.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
This is a crystal salad plate in the crackle pattern by McKee Glass Company in the 1920s. This pattern was also made by several other glass companies. It is a unique and scarce pattern to find. There are (6) available. Price is for (1) plate. ADD $6.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
FOR SALE IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL PRESSED GLASS ETCHED CRYSTAL NAPPY IN THE INNOVATION (#407) SERIES MADE BY THE McKEE GLASS COMPANY STARTING IN 1917. THE NAPPY HAS A CENTER BAND THAT HAS STARS HAVE BEEN CUT IN TO THE BAND. THE BOTTOM OF THE NAPPY HAS A WHEEL CUT FLOWER. THE NAPPY MEASURES 2 INCHES HIGH X 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER, AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS, BUT HAS A VERY SMALL FLEA BITE.
Here is a pair of peach lustre saucers that I'm guessing might be McKee glass. They have a Ray pattern but could not find them in my book. They have a few bubbles but no chips or cracks. One money takes the pair. ADD $6.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Featured for your enjoyment is a lovely old jadeite canister from McKee Glass. I have seen a few of these with the original stickers such as sugar, Coffee, or cereal. This one has no lid and does have 3 tiny nicks on the rim. It is marked with the McK in a circle of McKee Glass. Stands 5 5/8 tall by 6 across.
FOR SALE IS A YELLOW HOTTLE CARAFE WITH A WHEAT DECAL MADE BY MCKEE GLASBAKE. THE SMALL CARAFE FOR TEA OR COFFEE IS 5 1/2 HIGH AND IS IN FINE CONDITIN WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS, A LITTLE WEAR TO THE YELLOW, THERE IS NO TOP.
One coffee or punch mug in custard depression glass. It has a bit of white swirl in the glass which makes it look like slag glass. Very nice condition with one miniscule flea on rim, no chips, cracks or scratches. Black paint is nice with no scratches. Measures 3 1/2 inches tall X 2 1/2 inches top diameter.
FOR SALE IS A WHITE MILK GLASS SUNKIST REAMER MADE BY THE McKEE GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1930'S. THE LARGE REAMER IS 1 3/4 INCHES HIGH X 5 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER (NOT COUNTING THE SPOUT). THE REAMER HAS SUNKIST IN ROPE LETTERING ON THE SIDE AND READS MADE IN U.S.A., PAT. NO. 68764 ON THE BOTTOM, THE HANDLE HAS A FINGER INDENTATION. THE REAMER IS IN GOOD CONDITION WITH A VERY SMALL CHIP ON THE HANDLE.
This is an amber sherbet in the crackle pattern by McKee Glass Company in the 1920s. This pattern was also made by several other glass companies. It is a very pretty style and a scarce one to find. ADD $5.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Mckee Painted Milk Glass Hand Pin Tray Opaque White
McKee Painted Milk Glass Hand Pin Tray Opaque White. This vintage milk glass pin or dresser tray was made by McKee. It is NOT an Avon reproduction, but has been re-painted. A little over 5 long. No chips, cracks, or scratches. Very pretty old pin dish, with nice new painted flower.
McKee Glass Co. Innovation Intaglio Cut Glass Celery Tray. This lovely cut crystal celery tray is from McKee Glass Company's Innovation line, pattern name Bud. Circa 1918, this tray is a perfect example of an American Brilliant Period transitional piece. These pieces of glass were cut with a combination of American Brilliant style and Flower Period style. This celery tray has a cut cane pattern of hobnails, hobstars and pointed diamond nailheads on the bottom. The rim has an irregular shape with rounded sawtooth or fluted edges. Each end of the tray is done in an engraved or wheel cut intaglio daisy flower, each flower's center done in a star. Each flower's leaves flow to the sides of the tray. Celery tray measures 12 by 5-1/2 across. It has 1 chip on the inside, about the size of 2 sawteeth and few additional nicks from use. It is difficult to detect due to deep cutting on the rim and does not affect the display of it.