Queen Ann was produced by Heisey Glass Company from 1938 until they closed in 1957. Offered here is the covered lemon dish in crystal. 6 1/2 inches long, the handle on the lid is Heisey's wonderful Dolphin shape. There is also a floral wheel cutting on the lid as seen in the picture. Excellent condition, see my other listings for more Heisey Glass.
Ridgeleigh was produced by Heisey Glass Company from 1935 to 1944. The pattern was described as 'Vertical flutings, reflecting finely in mirrors' in China, Glass & Lamps magazine when it was first introduced. Offered here is the square cigarette holder in crystal in excellent condition. See my other listings for more in this pattern - including ashtrays to complete the set.
Victorian was introduced by Heisey Glass Company in 1933. Production ceased during World War II, though Heisey brought the pattern back from 1951 to 1953. Offered here is the 5 oz punch cup in crystal in excellent condition. (These were also listed as custard cups in the Heisey catalogs.) I have 9 available, price is per cup.
Yeoman is one of Heisey's earliest patterns and served as the 'blank' for many of their etchings. It was first produced in 1915. Offered here is the 8 oz goblet in pink. (Heisey called this color 'Flamingo'.) Excellent condition, I have 12 available. Prince is per goblet. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Imperial Glass Company's Candlewick pattern is perhaps the most easily recognized of the elegant glass patterns. Offered for sale here is the #170 bell footed candlestick in excellent condition. See my other listings for more pieces in this pattern.
Imperial Glass Company's Candlewick pattern is perhaps the most easily recognized of the elegant glass patterns. Offered for sale here is the 400/79R candlestick set. These are single light holders with the rolled edge base. Excellent condition, price is for the pair. See my other listings for more pieces in this pattern.
New Martinsville swans are among the loveliest. This is the long oval style. 7 inches long and about 5 inches high, the body is ruby and the hand applied neck is crystal. Perfect condition. See my other listings for an emerald green Sweetheart swan to add to your flock.
The Priscilla pattern was made by the Fostoria Glass Company from 1925 to 1930. It was designed by George Sakier and reflects the deco lines so popular at the time. This handled cup is in perfect condition - it's listed as a handled custard cup in the catalogs, but use it as you like. The electric blue color was only made for a short time during the late 1920's. Pictures do not capture the life in this glass! Perfect condition, I have 13 available. Price is per cup. See my other listings for more in this pattern and other electric blue items.
These beautiful plates were designed by Reuben Haley and produced by the Consolidated Glass Company in the late 1920's. The pattern is called 'Bird Of Paradise' and is one of Consolidated's Martele patterns . Approximately 8 1/2 inches in diameter, the color is a sepia brown ceramic wash over crystal. Perfect condition, I have 3 available - price is per plate. I also have 3 matching plates with a green ceramic wash if you'd like to make a contrasting set. Email for details.
Line 700 was produced by Consolidated Glass Company in 1929. Offered here is the 6 1/2 inch fan vase in in jade. The color is a green ceramic wash applied over crystal and then fired on to fuse it permanently to the surface of the glass. Excellent condition, the color is really lovely! See my other listings for some very hard to find dinnerware in this pattern to add to your collection.
The Crinkle pattern was produced by Morgantown glass company in the late 1350's and into the 1960's. This is the 6 1/2 oz tumbler. The tumbler is 4 inches high and in perfect condition. I have 18 amethyst and 6 green available, price is per tumbler. Please specify what you'd like. See my other listings for more Crinkle items in different colors.
This lovely stem was produced by Morgantown Glass Company during the 1940's. Aptly named the 'Chanticleer' cocktail after the rooster figure that makes up the stem, the bowl and foot are colored glass to contrast the crystal stem. I have 12 available in assorted colors of blue, pink, green, amethyst, smoke, and topaz. Excellent condition, price is per stem. Please specify which color you would like when ordering.
The El Mexicano pattern was designed to look like old, crudely made Mexican Glass. Made by Morgantown Glass in the early 1930's, the molds were later reworked for their crinkle line. This 9 1/4 inch dinner plate is circa 1932 and the color is called 'Ice'. Perfect condition, I have 3 available. Price is per plate. See my other listings for matching salad plates in this pattern.
This 5 1/4 inch Duncan and Miller Ice Tea in the Tear Drop pattern #5301 was made in the years 1936-1955.Condition:Excellent.Buyer(Pa. residents add 6 percent sales tax.)We do accept electronic payments thru Paypal only. (Postal Insurance is suggested}.
A lovely clear glass swung vase with a frosted satin floral design. This vase is approximately 19 tall to its highest point. The base is 3 ½ inches in diameter. The bottom four inches including the pedestal base is frosted floral design (mainly tulips I believe). This vase is truly beautiful and will add an elegant touch to any room or office. It is in mint condition.
CABLE VARIANT Early American Pressed Glass EAPG Punch Cup with gold trim. Small cup with a beaded cable and panel pattern. Multi-facet star pattern in the base. Found a picture in my book but it does not address manufacture or date. Gold rim around the top is pretty much worn off. Gold on cable is worn on high edges. 2 1/2 inches tall & 2 3/4 inches across the top. NO chips, cracks or flea bites.
Isn t this lovely? It is a beautiful hand / mouth blow vase with a deep pontel mark. It has a wide base which tapers as it goes up and then it opens up into a lovely fan shaped rippled top. It is perfect and would make a wonderful gift. The base is 5 inches in diameter and the opening is about 9 x 5.
This is a lovely double handled vase by L.E. Smith circa 1920-30. The embossed design on the front is of two ladies in a ribbon dance. I have seen this pattern called Snake Dance and also Dancing Ladies so I don t know which is correct. This piece measures 7 x 6 and is perfect. A must for Black Amethyst collectors.
This is a great crystal petite salt and pepper set with fine silver caps. They each stand about 3 inches tall. It is in perfect condition with the labels still on the bottom. This would make a great gift.
Nice pair of depression green glass candle holders. Their very simplicity lends these pieces to be used in almost setting. We found this design in the Cambridge Glass reference book as belonging to their general line of candle holders, catalog # 227 1/2. The pair is perfect, no chips or cracks. A little rim roughness not uncommon in depression pieces. They are 3 5/8 diameter and barely 2 tall. They glow as if on fire under black light attesting to their high uranium content.
NEW MARTINSVILLE AMBERINA RUBY WINE GLASS WITH CHROME BASE. NO MARK. c.1950. GLASS SCREWS INTO BASE. NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEA BITES IN THE RED GLASS TOPS. CHROME IS A LITTLE AGED COULD USE A GOOD POLISH. 5in TALL, 3 1/2in ACROSS TOP.
This is genuine Heisey crystal in the Oleander pattern. In the 1947 Montgomery Wards catalog this set is described as graceful, flowing oleander leaves hand pressed in shining crystal, a pattern as ornamental as the Old World plant for which it is named. This set is beautiful and perfect. It has been fire polished for clarity and brilliance.
GEORGE BRAIRD CARMEL SLAG GLASS SQUARE PLATE OR TRAY WITH GOLD AND BROWN MOTIF. 7 3/4in WIDE. WONDERFUL VARIEGATED CUSTARD/CARMEL/BUTTERSCOTCH COLOR GLASS WITH INTERESTING EASTERN LOOKING PATTERN. SIGNED BY 'BRAIRD'. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS, DOES HAVE NORMAL MOLD FLAWS AND BUBBLES.
This Fostoria American 4.5 inch nappy is in excellent condition. 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. (PA residents add 6 percent sales tax.) 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 a pair of brown sherbert dishes made by Tiffin glass to accompany the Franciscan Madeira dinnerware. These sherberts are 3 ½ inches tall and 4 inches in diameter. Both are in perfect condition.
This original ad was taken from the National Geographic Magazine,Sep 1927.It describes the colors,patterns and trademark of the glassware of A.H.Heisey & Company and has a bridge hand by Milton C. Work.This ad is in good condition considering its age.Any wavy lines or rainbow effect are a result of the scan.We do accept electronic payments through Paypal only,Money Orders or personal checks.Purchaser pays $2.25 First Class Shipping and Handling.Quoted S/H is for Domestic US only,we will requote Foreign S/H.
Need just one more glass for your set? Well here it is.Fostoria's Virginia pattern in the smokey grey color. Still has the original sticker. Footed 10 oz. tumbler is large enough to be a celery or a spooner.
This lovely piece looks suspiciously like Fenton's Lincoln Inn pattern, but I find no reference to a celery dish. It is definitely elegant glassware with it's pebbled rim, 4 tabs, ribbed sides that end in a delicate scallop, it's boat shape with raised rim on the base. Pretty and useful piece of tableware.
PRES CUT BY McKEE PRESSED GLASS HOBSTAR PATTERN CANDY DISH. MARKED ~PRESS CUT~ IN CIRCLE IN THE MIDDLE. SAW TOOTH EDGE. SLIGHT SEAM ROUGHNESS, NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. 7 1/2 IN SIDE TO SIDE 7 1/2 IN TOP TOP BOTTOM.
This set of 6, 8 1/2 diameter luncheon or sandwich plates have a very simple, yet unmistakably Art Deco design cut into their 1 3/4 rims .... they may have been custom cut since we can find no pattern name for them. The plates are heavy, high quality glass very much like Imperial or Morgantown, each weighs in at about 1 pound 2 ounces. All six are free of nicks, chips or cracks and have only normal wear to their bases and top surfaces. In addition the bases have been ground and polished, a clear sign of their high quality. As fashionable and beautiful today as they were 70 or 80 years ago.
SNAKE DANCE BLACK AMETHYST 2 HANDLED VASE BY L.E. SMITH GLASS CO. #433 1928-1932. 7 INCHES TALL. NEAR MINT CONDITION, NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FEAL BITES. SHOWS A BEAUTIFUL PURPLE AMETHYST WHEN HELD TO THE LIGHT. HAS MOTIF OF 2 DANCING LADIES IN A HEART ON ONE SIDE. DISPLAYS WONDERFUL.
Elegant pair of candlesticks that were originally part of a console set called Memphis made by Central Glass Co. in 1923, and featured in Hazel Weatherman's Depression Glass #2 book. The holder tops were originally covered with gold but now, very little remains on the top surface although there is still quite a bit remaining on the undersides. Directly under the top gold and in a 1 1/8 wide circular band on the bases, is an application of pretty, translucent, daffodil yellow enamel. The pair stand 9 high with a 5 1/2 diameter base and each of the mold-blown crystal pieces weighs-in at a substantial 1 1/4 lbs. The two are in excellent condition ... no chips, nicks, scratches, or 'flea bites', and with the appropriate amount of normal bottom wear. With the clear stem and delicate yellow accent, these would go well with any setting.
Set of 3 Morgantown Glass Works Stock Certificates. These are blank $50 certificates issued for capital stock in Morgantown Glass Works, Morgantown, W.Va. These certificates were issued around the 1930's to 1940's. All 3 are in excellent condition.