Very large collection of Fostoria Stemware in the Colony pattern. Consists of the following: (6) 4 1/2 5 oz. Ftd. Tumblers (6) 3 5/8 5 oz. Sherbets (6) 5 3/4 12 oz. Ftd. Tumblers (6) 3 3/8 4 oz. Oyster Cocktails All pieces are in excellent condition with no damage. Pattern was made by the Fostoria Glass Co., Moundsville, W.Va. from the 1930's to early 80's. Would make a great addition to your Fostoria or Elegant Glassware collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
These are six very fine elegant sherry glasses. The bowl has the tint of light amber sherry. They measure 3 1/2 inches tall by 3 inches across at the rim. There is the slightest of chips on the rim of one of the glasses.
Line 700 was produced by Consolidated Glass Company in 1929. Offered here is the 7 inch vase in crystal with satin interior. The inside of the vase is treated with an acid wash to give a very rich texture to the glass. Excellent condition. See my other listings for more in this pattern, or email for Consolidated items you may be hunting for.
Glenmore Etched Crystal Stemed Cocktail Glass Set (4)
FOR SALE IS A SET OF FOUR ETCHED FOOTED COCKTAIL GLASSES IN THE GLENMORE ETCHED PATTERN MADE BY LIBBY GLASS COMPANY IN 1953. THIS BEAUTIFUL SET INCLUDES FOUR 5 5/8 TALL GLASSES THAT ARE EXCELLENT CONDITION.
This is a beautiful vase, there are approx 18 tec patterns made by McKee this is nortec also known as centipede. Thick walled, flared base in very good condition. For more info on the tec patterns see this link: tinyurl.com/8tyw4 !
DAISY AND BUTTON FAN SHAPED TRAY DISH BON-BON. CLEAR GLASS. THIS DISH WAS THIS DISH WAS FIRST MADE BY THE BRYCE CO. c.1880, SINCE THEN ABOUT A DOZEN OTHER COMPANIES HAVE USED THE MOLDS INCLUDING FENTON AND L.E. WRIGHT. THE WRIGHT CATALOG CALLS IS A BON-BON TRAY. QUALITY OF THIS GLASS LOOKS TO BE 1950-60's. 10 1/2in WIDE, 7in TALL. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.
VINTAGE CRYSTAL CUT FLOWER & LEAF CORDIAL GLASS. 3 5/8in TALL, 1 1/2in ACROSS THE TOP. HAS A HAND CUT LONG LEAF AND FLOWER PATTERN AROUND THE MIDDLE. THIN DELICATE GLASS. EXCELLENT CONDITION. NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEA BITES.
VINTAGE CRYSTAL CUT FLOWER & LEAF COCKTAIL WINE GLASS. 4in TALL, 2 3/4in ACROSS THE TOP. HAS A HAND CUT LONG LEAF AND FLOWER PATTERN AROUND THE MIDDLE. THIN DELICATE GLASS WITH A NICE 'RING'. EXCELLENT CONDITION. NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEA BITES.
Offered is a nice little Pink Glass Animal Elephant. Uncertain exactly which glass factory or company made this one. It measures about 3 in height and is in excellent condition. A nice addition for any Glass Animal collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Set of (8) American Fostoria 2 1/2 Oz. Hex Ftd. Wines. These measure 4 3/8 in height. They were made by the former Fostoria Glass Co., Moundsville, W.Va from the years 1915-82. All are in excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a fine addition to any Fostoria or Elegant Glassware collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Beautiful amber and controlled bubbles Margarita size stemware glass with a crystal stem and base. 7-1/4 inches tall and 4-3/4 inches in diameter at the rim. No chips, cracks, or other damage. Heavy glass. Not signed.
Rose Wheel Cut Sandwich Tray #87 By Bartlett-collins
FOR SALE IS A CRYSTAL SANDWICH CENTER HANDLE TRAY LINE #87 WITH WHEEL CUT CLOSED ROSES MADE BY THE BARTLETT-COLLINS GLASS COMPANY IN THE 1930'S. THIS ELEGANT 10 3/4 INCH DIAMETER TRAY IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITHOUT CHIPS.
ANTIQUE JOHN B. HIGBEE TALL SLUNG CRYSTAL VASE. 1907-1916 MADE IN BRIDGEVILLE PA. HAS THE BUMBLE BEE MARKED ON THE INSIDE BOTTOM. I DID MY BEST TO GET A PICTURE. 11 3/4in TALL, 4iN WIDE ACROSS THE FLARED TOP. PATTERN NAME UNKNOWN. HAS SOME USE/WEAR SCRATCHES. NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEABITES.
Beautiful and elegant NORITAKE crystal stemware dessert/champagne with a light green tint. 4-1/2 inches tall and 4 inches in diameter. Has original Noritake stickers. No chips, cracks, or other damage.
FOR SALE IS A 24 PERCENT LEAD CRYSTAL AMETHYST BOWL WITH CUTTINGS IN THE FLORAL SPIRIT PATTERN MADE BY LENOX. THE BOWL IS 7 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER X 4 1/2 INCHES HIGH AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITHOUT CHIPS.
ELEGANT CLEAR GLASS DIVIDED RELISH DISH. 1930-1950. PATTERN AND MAKER UNKNOWN. 7 1/2in LONG, 5 1/2in WIDE, 1 1/4in DEEP, 3/8in THICK. SIMPLE PATTERN WILL GO WITH ANY OF YOUR OTHER SERVING PIECE. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. SLIGHT SURFACE USE, WEAR SCRATCHES.
This neat set is not a matched set but looks terrific together. Either one of the pieces would sell for what I have as the price of the set. The 3 1/4 inch high creamer is a marked, HEISEY, piece. It has the H in the diamond on the bottom The pattern on this is slightly more geometric than is the sugar bowl. The sugar bowl is good quality glass and measures 2 1/16th inches high with an opening of 3 inches. It is not marked.
Although considered a Depression era pattern (c 1922-31), this design has been seen in earlier pieces. The earlier pieces show shear lines and other findings characteristic of a more primitive method of production. This particular 10 ½ tall covered candy dish has a shear line in the lid! Wonderfully clear glass with 2 subtle chips on the foot: one under, one on top (see photos). Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 lbs. from 06068. #312
This beautiful 8 inch tall cut crystal vase is in excellent condition with two original labels still lattached one reads Irish Rose Crystal designed in Ireland handmade in the Czech Republic the other 24 % Lead Crystal. Buyer pays $8.55 S/H.Quoted S/H is for Domestic US only, we will requote Foreign S/H. Money Orders ensure next business day shipment. We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. (Postal Insurance is suggested, add $1.30 to S/H). Payment receipt required within ten (10) days.
This is an elegant crystal Bon Bon dish. It has the old log style handles on two sides. The middle had a band of thumbprint indentations. This Bon Bon dish measures approximately 7 ½ inches handle to handle. It is in excellent condition. No chips or cracks but may have some surface rubs or light scratches.
This is a very elegant candleholder in the Celestial pattern. The pattern was originally produced by the Federal glass company but has been reissued by Fostoria and Indiana glass. We're not sure who actually produced this particular piece. The only markings are Made in USA in raised lettering on the bottom. This candleholder measures approximately 5 5/8 inches tip to tip. It has a ledge inside which I believe could be used for a glass chimney if desired. This beautiful candleholder is in mint condition.
This is a three-piece salad serving set. The serving bowl is crystal with a pressed glass pattern and a silver-plated band around the rim. The serving fork and spoon are also silver-plated. They have an impressed mark on the bottom that says silver plate Italy. The bowl measures 9 inches in diameter and 3 ¾ inches deep. The utensils are approximately 9 inches long. All three pieces are in excellent condition but could probably use a little polishing.
This is a beautiful console bowl. It has a molded fleur De Lis pattern and a wheel cut etched floral leaf motif. Although the bowl is basically round the Fleur De Lis form points on the rim which gives it a slightly octagon shape. It measures 12 ¾ inches in diameter and is approximately 3 ½ deep. It is in excellent condition. No chips, cracks or other damage.
American Fostoria 10 Whimsey Hat. Due to it's size, could possibly be a one of a kind piece. Piece was recently acquired from an estate from the Moundsville, W.Va area, once home of the Fostoria Glass Co. Whimsey was probably made by a former Fostoria employee on his spare time. Not certain what mold this Hat could have been formed out of but I'm guessing either the Sweetpea Vase or one of the Centerpiece's. Across the top at it's widest point, Topper(Cowboy) Hat measures 10 and across underside of the base it measures 6 1/4 . Piece is in excellent condition with no damage to note. Any white seen in the photos is simply due the glare from the natural light when the photos were taken. A fantastic and rare piece that would be the centerpiece to any Fostoria or Elegant Glassware collection. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance.
This handmade, free form basket still has the original sticker attached. Reads Murano Glassware, Made in Italy, Crystal Glass. this basket measures 5 in. tall, 4 x 5.5 in. diameter. Beautiful shades of green, blues, and pinks. Open work and the handles are pulled to nearly meet at the top. Well polished bottom. A great example of Murano Art Glass.
This stunning basket is of cased glass with a white exterior and a bright red interior. also a clear glass layer over the exterior as shown near the base. This basket stands 6.25 in. tall and measures 7.25 x 5.5 in. diameter. No damage of any kind. Display and enjoy this beautiful accent piece. A superb example of this type of handmade glass.
This handmade basket of encased glass has the pontil on the bottom and applied looped crystal handle. Stands 5.5 in. tall and is 4 x 5 in. diameter. Lovely blue interior, white exterior. Ruffled top edge. Slightly polished pontil mark on the bottom. No nicks, chips, cracks, et. Maker unknown. I've had this one in my own collection since sometime in the early '60's. Purchased at that time from an Antique, Collectible shop.
An Art Glass basket in a very deep ruby red color that also shows crystal clear depending on how the light hits it. Free of any damage, it stands 9 in. tall to the top of the applied handles. It measures 3 x 5.5 in. diameter. Unmarked, so maker is unknown. I have had this basket in my own personal collection since sometime in the 1970's and have never understood how the clear glass shows differently as you change the angle you view it at.
PRESSED GLASS COVERED CANDY JAR OR LARGE SUGAR BOWL. COULD BE USED FOR ANYTHING. HAS A HOBSTAR & CROSSED RECTANGLE PATTERN. MAKER AND PATTERN UNKNOWN. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. KNOB ON TOP OF HANDLE IS SLANTED, I DON'T KNOW IF IT WAS AN ACCIDENT OR PART OF THE PATTERN. 5 1/2in TALL, 4 1/4in WIDE.
This beautiful campagna form vase is from Val St Lambert of Belgium. This is a clear crystal vase on a raised square base. It is approximately 7 ¼ inches tall and 6 ¾ inches in diameter. It is etched on the bottom Val St. Lambert in script and is in like new condition.
This handmade basket stands 8.5-9 in. tall to the top of the handle. This has been blown and has a smooth pontil on the bottom. The handle is part of the basket, not applied. Lovely shades of green with a touch of rust color. Measures 7.5 in. diameter at the top, 10 in. long including the formed handle at the base. No nicks, chips, cracks, etc. Use and display with pride.
This is a Set of 5 3 oz wine glasses that have a stacked ball stem. Two of the glasses have straw marks on the goblet part and a third glass has some slight scratching. We do not know the maker of these wine glasses. Originally we thought these to be Cambridge glass because they are identified as Tally Ho from the Cambridge Glass Co Circa 1932-1940 in the book Depression Glass and Beyond by Doris Yeske. But since have been told that the ID in the book is wrong and do not match up in the known Cambridge books which have the original Tally Ho glasses in them. So we are selling these as an unknown maker.
Glass Candy Dish, Lefton, Designer Collection, Happy Anniversary. This lovely Lefton glass dish is 6 in diameter. It is trimmed heavily in gold with lovely pink roses around the edge and Happy Anniversary in the center. It is in excellent condition with the Lefton Designer Collection Japan label.
A lovely basket in jadeite carnival glass. Perfect for a spring or Easter display. Stands nearly 8 in. tall to the top of the handle. The basket is in the popular Heritage pattern and measures 7 x 5 in. Applied handle. Marked with the S on the bottom for the Smith Glass Co. Smith is famous for their handmade, quality glass. A new collectible to be used and treasured.
This basket measures 4.5 tall and 4.5 in. diameter. Lovely textured finish milk glass. The color is called snow. Produced by the Boyd Crystal Art Glass Co. in 1982. It has a split handle and is decorated with a bow and a medallion on the sides. Marked with the B in a diamond and No lines indicating its vintage. No damage or flaws that I can find. Use as a jelly basket or just display and enjoy.
Very nice Blue Fenton Hobnail Bowl. Measures 4 1/2 in height and 9 1/2 across. Probably dates somewhere around the 1960's to early 70's. Excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a nice addition to any Fenton or Elegant Glassware collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
This is a pair of Canton Glass Water goblets from the Futura collection. This pattern is often confused with the Paden City Penny Line collection. Canton glass was in business in Marion Indiana from 1902-1958. These tumblers are light golden amber. They measure 3 3/4 inches tall and approximately 3 1/4 wide at the opening. They are footed with a stem and knob joiner. They are in excellent condition with no damage.
This is a pair of Canton Glass Water goblets from the Futura collection. This pattern is often confused with the Paden City Penny Line collection. Canton glass was in business in Marion Indiana from 1902-1958. These tumblers are light golden amber. They measure 5 1/4 inches tall and approximately 3 wide at the opening. They are footed with a stem and knob joiner. They are in excellent condition with no damage.
This is a pair of Canton Glass ice tea tumblers from the Futura collection. This pattern is often confused with the Paden City Penny Line collection. Canton glass was in business in Marion Indiana from 1902-1958. These tumblers are light golden amber. They measure 5 ¾ inches tall and approximately 3 wide at the opening. They are footed without the stem or knob joiner. They are in excellent condition with no damage.
This is a vintage frosted glass plate. It has 3 ornate scroll feet and a six-point star in the middle. It measures 7 ¾ inches wide and ½ inch tall. It was made with a three-part mold. It is in great shape no chips, cracks or other damage.
This is a beautiful oval bowl. It has a scalloped rim and is adorned with 4 frosted glass flowers. It measures 7 x 5 inches and is 2 ¾ inches deep. This beautiful bowl looks to be Mikasa but we don't know that for sure. It is in LIKE NEW condition.
This flashed ruby pitcher with crystal patterned base is in very good condition. Stands 4 in. tall. Marked Agnes, State Fair, 1918 in a floral script. These were usually made up for the individual customer attending a fair as a souvenir. This is in really nice condition. No chips, nicks, etc. Maker of the glass is unknown.Appears to be excellent quality.
Perhaps someone will help me out here? This dish is made of quality glass and measures 4 x 2.75 in. There is a circle 2.5 in. diameter that could maybe hold a tumbler? There is a slot that is 1 x 2in. It is 1.5 in. tall. Appears to be quality crystal glass. I don't have a clue what it was used for or who made it when?
Pair of Ruby Fostoria Bird Candleholders. Excellent condition with no damage. Measure roughly 3 in length and 1 1/2 in height. Great for a collector of Bird related items or Candleholders. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Signed Tiffany And Baccarat Marmalade Condiment Jar With Lid
Beautiful crystal marmalade or condiment jar with lid. Measures 4 3/8 inches tall, including lid. Marked on the bottom with both Tiffany and Baccarat backstamps; lid is marked Baccarat. No chips or cracks.
A beautiful Tiffin gold encrusted candy dish with a handled gold painted lid and base. The ribbed design adds an extra measure of elegance to this piece. There is mild gold loss on the handle, but most of the rest of the gold is intact. The flower and shell or scroll design is nearly 100% intact. The pattern is unknown at this time, but similar to other Tiffin gold encrusted patterns. A wonderful piece to add to your glass collection. No chips or cracks. A few tiny air bubbles that occurred during the manufacturing process.
Fostoria Colony 2-Handled Serving Bowl Pattern was made by the Fostoria Glass Co., Moundsville W.Va. from the 1930's up until 1983. Bowl measures about 10 1/2 all the way across and is in excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a nice addition to your Fostoria Colony collection. Buyer to pay shipping Colony pieces in which I'm offering.
Offered is an 8 1/2 Fostoria Handled Bowl in the American pattern. Bowl was made by the former Fostoria Glass Co., from the years 1924-72 in Moundsville, W.Va. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Would make a fine addition to any Fostoria Glass collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Very pretty and collectible RAINBOW amberina and crackle glass pitcher. 4 inches tall; 4 inches wide at the top; and 3-1/2 inches across the base. As new condition. Has original RAINBOW sticker on inside of the rim. 1940-60s.
This beautiful ruby Priscilla rose bowl stands 3 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches wide.This piece was made by the L.G.Wright Glass Co.Condition;Excellent. Buyer pays $5.95 S/H.Quoted S/H is for Domestic US only, we will requote Foreign S/H. Money Orders ensure next business day shipment. We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. (Postal Insurance is suggested, add $1.30 to S/H). Payment receipt required within ten (10) days.
FOR SALE IS A BEAUTIFUL BLUE SATIN GLASS COVERED CANDY DISH WITH HAND PAINTED MAGNOLIA FLOWERS ON BOTH BOWL AND COVER. THE PRETTY CANDY MEASURES 3 1/2 INCHES DIAMETER OPENING X 5 1/2 INCHES HIGH AND IS IN GOOD CONDITION, CHIPS AND FLEA BITES AROUND THE RIM OF THE COVER PROBABLY FROM THE GRINDING PROCESS, THE GILDING ON RIMS IS WORN. THE THICK ENAMEL PAINTING IS INTACT, NICELY PAINTED.
Heisey Nut Dish or Bowl in the Ridgeleigh pattern. Bottom of the piece is marked with the diamond H Measures 7 in length and about 4 1/2 in width. Excellent condition with no damage. Great additon to your Heisey Glass collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
This lovely vintage vase or spooner stands 4 in. tall. 3.5 in. diameter at the top. No makers mark. I think it's from the '40's era. Lovely enamel handpainted floral design. Quality amethyst glass. No chips, cracks, nicks, etc. Use, display and enjoy.
5 piece set of Big Top Sherbert Dishes. These Sherbert type glasses were sold in Supermarkets in the mid 1950s filled with jelly. All in excellent condition, no chips or cracks and hard to find. Beatiful cut design all around. Clear glass. Thnaks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques and Collectibles.
This glass dish is a very popular pattern by a great glass maker. It is a larger oval dish with a center divider. Perfect for olives or nuts and candy. The dish is in excellent condition and measures 2 1/16th incehs high, by 10 inches long by 7 inches wide.
Lovely, Hand Painted Fenton Bell. Has a Floral Design all around. They appear to be Daisies. Bell measures about 7 in height. Inside edge is marked Handpainted by Janice DeLancy. Great to add to any Fenton Bell collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Offered is a 6 Pc. American Fostoria Condiment Set. Set consists of the hard to find 9 Cloverleaf Condiment Tray, Pair of Cruets, Shakers and Mustard with Cover and Spoon. Set was made by the former Fostoria Glass Co., Moundsville, W.Va from the years 1924-44. As shown in the photo one of glass lids to the Shakers does have some damage, however, the lid can still be screwed off and on. I'm sure you could even replace both lids with you own but I will leave this up to it's new owner. Also just some slight roughness to inside lip of one of the Cruets. Other then this Condiment Set is in very good condition with no other damage to note. Would make a fine addition to any Fostoria or Elegant Glass collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
From 1961 to 1965, Fostoria produced some very elegant occasional pieces that were modeled upon the crowns of Europe. This 9 1/2 inch covered candy jar is the Hapsburg Crown pattern. It's shape #2750/386 in the original advertisements. The color is a rich ruby red. Perfect condition.
This covered candy jar was produced by Cambridge Glass Company in the mid 1920's. The color is called 'azurite'. It was introduced in 1922 and discontinued before 1930. This jar is listed as the Special Article #95, 1 pound candy jar. It's a very large piece - almost 11 inches high. The color is also a darker turquoise than the photo shows. This is a rare piece of early Cambridge glass in excellent condition.
This 3 oz whiskey tumbler was produced by Paden City Glass Company during the 1930's - 40's. The shape is from their line #215, called Glades and the color is a rich, ruby red. (Sorry for the poor picture, my camera has trouble with ruby this intense.) Excellent condition.