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.
Duncan: Spectacular Caribbean Punch Set Red Hndles 15 Pcs Complt
This is a gorgeous, complete punch set by Duncan Glass, made 1936-53. The pattern, reminiscent of ocean waves, is clear with red handles. There is an 18 underplate, a wide deep punch bowl just under 11 diameter, a matching patterned ladle with a *red handle, the 2nd is of the actual ladle, which is the less commonly seen red handled ladle; the others are of one of the cups. The very heavy set is in Northwest CT, convenient to major highways. Buyer will have to arrange for pick-up or shipping; cash only. #111-A
This is a *standout* basket to use or display. Stands 6.75 in. tall and measures 6 x 4 in. diameter. In very good condition. No nicks, chips, etc. Maker is unknown. The color is a lavender pink or slightly cranberry color. Lovely pattern of roses.
Hlava Krista Head Of Christ Bohemian Crystal - Original Box
This is a Hlava Krista Bohemian crystal of the head of Christ. The box states that it was made in Slovakia. The crystal measures 2-1/4 inches in diameter. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks and comes in the original box. I offer a 7-day money back guarantee. All methods of payment are accepted, however, checks must clear before shipping. Credit cards are accepted through PayPal. The buyer is responsible for shipping and handling costs and I am happy to combine costs for multiple purchases. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by.
Fairfax is the name for Fostoria's Line 2375. It was produced from 1927 to 1944 and is the blank that was used for many of Fostoria's most popular etchings. Offered here is the demitasse cup & saucer set in amber. Perfect condition. See my other listings for more in this pattern in assorted colors.
This Priscilla footed tumbler was made by Fostoria Glass Company between 1925 and 1928 - that's when they were producing the 'Electric' blue color of this tumbler. Approximately 6 inches tall and in perfect condition. Perfect for Irish Coffee or iced tea on the patio. See my other listings for matching plates and low handled cups to match.
Set of (8) Fostoria Crystal Coin 12 Oz. Tumblers. Coin pattern was made by the Fostoria Glass Co. from the years 1958-82. They measure about 5 1/4 in. in height. Coins are frosted and all (8) Tumblers are in excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a nice addition to you Fostoria Coin Glass collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Line 700 was produced by Consolidated Glass Company in 1929. Offered here is the #714 footed sundae dish (or sherbet). The color is a green ceramic wash applied over crystal and then fired on to fuse it permanently to the surface of the glass. crystal. Dinnerware items are very hard to find in this pattern and especially in this color. Here's your opportunity to add a rare item to your collection. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Pictured here is Fostoria's Colony pattern 11 1/2 inch center handled sandwich server in perfect condition. Note the intricate 'question mark' handle. The picture does not do this plate justice - the glass just sparkles on the table! I have other pieces available in this pattern. See my other listings or email for details.
The Versailles pattern was produced by Fostoria Glass Company from 1928 to 1944. It's an elegant etching that's more lovely than pictures can capture. Offered here is the 4 1/2 inch finger bowl in yellow. This bowl is blown, not molded, and so it's very thin and graceful. Excellent condition, I have 4 available. Price is per bowl.
The Chantilly etch by Cambridge Glass Company is truly beautiful. Produced from the late 1930's through 1950, it's found on a variety of different stem shapes. Offered here is the 6 oz tall sherbet/saucer champagne on the #3775 stem. 5 1/4 inches tall, and excellent condition. I have 6 available, price is per stem. See my other listings for matching iced teas, water goblets and oyster cocktails.
American is perhaps the most widely recognized pattern that Fostoria Glass Company produced. Offered here is the tea size sugar & creamer in perfect condition. The creamer holds about 3 oz to the bottom of the spout. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
A fabulous large bowl in a deep amethyst color glass. In perfect condition. No nicks, chips, etc. The fluted shape makes this an outstanding item. Measures 6 in. tall and is 10 in. diameter. I believe the maker of this lovely bowl was US Glass. The pattern is broken vertical columns that don't show too well in the images. I believe this is quality glass from the early '60's era.
You can never have too many glass serving bowls. This pretty 1940's piece is pressed with wheel cut edges. It would lovely holding fruit this time of year or Holiday decorations at other times. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall and has a wide lip and measures 13 inches wide. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. I don't see any markings.
This interesting set looks like Heisey Glass to me, but I could not find the pattern listed anywhere. It is a lovely set of clear glass creamer and sugar with a golden spatter pattern design. The spatter is definitely heavier on the open sugar than on the creamer. The set stands 2 1/2 inches tall and is in perfect condition with no markings.
Beautiful little Yellow Glass Swan. I was unable to find a mark but I believe it was made by Cambridge Glass. From end of the Tale to the Tip of the Nose this Swan measures about 3 1/2 in length. Excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a find addition to any Swan or Glass Animal collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Nice little Fenton Hobnail Cruet w/Stopper. Meaures roughly 4 3/4 in height to the top of Stopper. Excellent condition with no damage to note. Great addition to any Fenton Hobnail collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
Beautiful and large Fenton Hobnail Basket with Amethyst Handle and Trim. The main portion of the Basket is white opalescent. Basket measures roughly 9 1/2 in height, 10 in length and 6 from handle to handle across. The Basket is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and is marked on the underside Fenton . Wonderful for any collector of Fenton Glass or simply just Glass Baskets. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
I do not know the maker of this bowl but I can tell that this is good quality colored glass. The lovely console bowl is wheel cut and measures 2 inches high and 14 inches in diameter. Overall, the condition is good but I see two very very tiny fleabites, not on the rim but about a 1/2 inch from the rim. They are surface only, won't get any bigger. There are no markings on this bowl.
Very interesting Book published in the 1970's entitled Fostoria: It's First 50 Years by Hazel Marie Weatherman. Total of 320 pages with literature and photos pertaining to the first 50 years of the Fostoria Glass Company. Shows many patterns that Fostoria Glass produced. Book measures about 8 3/4 x 11 and is in excellent condition. Great for any collector of Fostoria Glassware. Buyer to pay $6.50 shipping and insurance.
What a beauty! This lovely deep amber divided dish has an etched floral design around the rim. It sits in a chrome plated footed holder which has a pierced metal and impressed design. This eight sided dish measures approximately 10 x 5 ¾. The glass has some manufacturing air bubbles but no damage. The holder is perfect.
Gorgeous Heisey Flat panel water bottle, 8-1/4 inches tall, bulbous pumpkin shaped bottom with pontil, dates to 1905, does not have the Heisey mark, has a manufacturing rough flaw in one seam otherwise in excellent condition.
This unique Large heavy cased glass vase from Poland is 10 high and 7 across. It has an unusual ruffled top edge. Layers of glass protect a random pattern of abstract deep blue lines. It is high quality glass with a heavy layer of clear glass over the colored pattern. Although new, there is a pinpoint manufacturer's glass skip on the inside. It is otherwise in excellent condition and has a Made in Poland label. It originally retailed for $60.00
10 1/4 inch round serving dish with 5 sections. No manufacturer marks, dated to the early 1960s. Very heavy dish, weighs close to 3 pounds. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks. Nice piece and priced to sell. Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques and Collectibles.
ANCHOR HOCKING OLD CAFE 1936-1940 CLEAR GLASS CANDY MINT DISH BOWL. PATTERN UNKNOWN. c.1940. TAB HANDLES. 8 3/4in WIDE HANDLE TO HANDLE, 1 1/2in DEEP. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. jb790 thank you for the identification.
Vintage Clear Crystal Heisey Glass Queen Ann Footed Serving Bowl
Lovely clear crystal Heisey Glass dolphin footed serving bowl from the Queen Ann line #1509 made by Heisey in 1938. Faint Heisey Diamond H signature on the back of one foot. Excellent condition; no chips or cracks.
This Imperial Glass Co.Candlewick 2pt. relish number 400/84 measures 6 1/2 inches.The Candlewick pattern was made from 1936-1984.Condition:Excellent. Buyer pays $6.95 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.
This wonderful dresser tray set was made by Tiffin Glass Company during the 1930's. The pattern is called 'Chipperfield' for it's geometric pattern. The set has 3 parts: the tray, the round insert and the lid. Both the lid and insert are in perfect condition, while the tray has a couple of rough spots on the inside edge where the insert fits. (Notice that the insert has the space for lipstick and rouge molded into the glass.) Overall excellent condition,
This is a two-handled Bon Bon dish in the Rose Point pattern by Cambridge Glass Company. This pattern was produced from 1936 - 1953. This bowl measures 5 ¼ inch side to side and 6 ¾ inches handle to handle. It is in mint condition.
Westmoreland carnival glass pearly dots bowl, amethyst with gold/amber iridescence, crimped edge. In very good condition, pretty bowl, no chips or cracks. This is very similar to Fentons Coin dot pattern. Thank you for looking!
Replacement lid for Jeanette swan powder bowl. The amber flash is in excellent condition but there is a chip on the side towards the back, I really don't think it shows that much because of the pattern and coloring. This would definitely look better than one that has a lot of the flash color missing. Approx 4 1/2 dia. Thank you for looking!
This is an elegant light amber console bowl. The edge of the bowl has an open lace pattern and the bowl itself has a flower petal type design. The bowl measures over 11 in diameter and 3 inches deep. This bowl is in excellent condition. No chips, cracks or other damage.
This is an elegant pair of candleholders. They have an elegant scalloped rim and three scroll feet. The color is a light amber with an orange tint, almost like a light tangerine. These candleholders measure almost five inches wide and almost two inches tall. They are in excellent condition.
Offering this exquisite large covered crystal serving bowl/plate; includes a 8 1/2 inch diameter with applied glass handles, measures 1 1/2 inches deep. The lid is a lovely large dome shape with nice oversized knob finial for easy lifting, bottom diameter is slightly smaller than bowl so it fits nicely inside; lid measures 7 1/2 inches tall. Good++ condition, no cracks or chips; one teeny rub spot on side of bowl, does not detract; beautiful ring tone, showing quality crystal. Maker and age are unknown. A very elegant serving piece for your next wine and cheese party or use to hold those delicious petit fours! Shipping/insurance to continental US is $8.00
New Martinsville swans are among the loveliest. This is the sweetheart style - named for the heart shaped body. 5 inches across and about 5 inches high, the body is emerald green and the hand applied neck is crystal. Perfect condition. See my other listings for a red swan to add to your flock.
Set of 3 Fostoria Stock Certificates. These are blank $10 certificates issued for capital stock in the Fostoria Glass Company, Moundsville W. Va. These certificates were issued around the 1940's to 1950's. All 3 are in excellent condition.
This is an old pink glass toothpick holder. It is fluted all around the circumference and has a piecrust type rim. It has some typical air bubbles and straw marks in the glass but no damage. It is from a four-part mold. It measures 2 ½ inches tall.
Offering this elegant pair of crystal candlesticks made in clear crystal glass with applied orange paint finish inside bases to give them a paperweight affect. Bases are adorned with ornate designed hammered gold decorations. Gold trim on candle cup rims. Each 7 1/2 inches tall, good+++ condition, no cracks or chips, slight wear on gold trim of one candle cup and on base but not enough to detract from its beauty; maker was either Central Glass, Diamond Glass-Ware, or US Glass as they all made glassware in this style and coloring in the 1920's. Beautiful candlesticks for your table for fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving or anytime! Also these make excellent display stands for your paperweights! Shipping/insurance to continental US address will be $7.75
Beautiful Northwood Carnival Glass Spooner in the Acorn Burrs pattern. Spooner measures about 4 in height and is amethyst in color. Inside bottom is marked with the circle N. With exception to a couple small straw marks in the glass this piece is in excellent condition with no damage to note. Would make a wonderful addition to any Carnival Glass or Acorn Burrs collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance
6 tall and 4-7/8 diameter. This is a beautiful compote or footed candy dish? I have not been able to locate the pattern. Perhaps you recognize it! Perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Thanks for looking!
Offering this lovely old crystal pedastal bowl with flared rim; rich orange applied finish on bowl and ebony black finish on base; #151, made by US Glass,Pennsylvania, 1920's. Measures 10 1/2 inches diameter x 4 1/2 inches tall. Good+++ condition, no cracks or chips, only a couple tiny wear marks on orange finish, does not detract. Colors are still very bright. Perfect centerpiece bowl for the fall celebrations, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and more. To hold fresh apples, Halloween cookies, your favorite fall salad, vegetable, or dessert; place a large pillar candle surrounded by miniature gourds& pumpkins, many possibilities!
This is a very large marigold colored compote or candy jar. It measures almost sixteen inches tall. This covered candy jar has an all over diamond point design. It is in excellent condition except for chip on the inside ring of the lid that goes down into the candy jar so is never seen.
A pretty amber flash piece made by Jeannette Glass, the swans back has a place to keep lipstick. The underneath has a few spots of amber flash wear. Lipstick not included, for show only. Thank you for looking!
This center handled server is in Paden Citys line #555. The cutting is unknown.Produced by Paden City Glass Co. in the 1930's. Very good condition, no chips, cracks, etc., it measures 11 in. diameter and is approx. 4-4.5 in. tall. A truly elegant touch to add to your serving pieces or collection.
Offered is a Mint in Package (MIP) Fostoria Advertisement Pen. Probably a Ball Point Pen that is still sealed in it's original package and was never used. Pen may be dried up in ink from sitting around for years and may need to be replaced.. Just letting you know in case you had thoughts of using it. Barrel of the Pen says Fostoria and the Cap says Fostoria Offers: Quality--Individual Inspection, Prestige--White House Stem Ware, Open Stock--All Patterns, Customer Satisfaction--Guaranteed. Pen is blue in color and measures about 5 1/4 in length. Would make a nice addition to any Fostoria Glass collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
This is a square nappy in the Nucut #576 line by Imperial Glass, c.1913-37. It measures 5-1/2 square and 2 tall. It has the Nucut logo in the center, and is in excellent condition, extemely clear, with no chips or cracks, especially along the serrated edge.
Imperial Glass Octagon Or Bellaire 505 Celery Eapg
This is a celery holder/spooner in Imperial's Bellaire 505 (aka Octagon), c. 1913. Measuring over 6-1/2 tall x 4-1/2 in diameter (7-1/2 across the handles). It has some small seed bubbles, and a small inclusion with what appear to be grind marks in one of the handles, but the pattern hides it well, and I only found it by feel. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or broken teeth along the serrated edge. A nice piece for anyone's EAPG collection.
This is a beautiful piece of clear glass with a diamondpoint design on the outside of each point. Weighs four pounds! The glass is 3/8 thick, it stands 4-3/4 tall and is 7 diameter. I have not been able to find any information as to the maker or even what this is used for but it could be used as a vase or ice bucket! Star shaped with five points or perhaps flower shaped with five petals? Wonderful condition with no chips or cracks. Thanks for looking!
This is a unique set of candle holders. There are six geese around the circumference of each of them. The color is really hard to describe it is somewhere between tangerine and amber. They have a holder in the center for holding tapers or they can hold pillar candles up to about three inches in diameter. These candleholders stand about 3 ¼ inches tall. I am unsure of the age of these two pieces but they were made in three part molds and have a couple of straw marks on the inside of the bottom.
SAUCER CHAMPAGNE STEM WITH FLORAL CUTTING. LOOKS A LOT LIKE CENTRAL GLASS COMPANY BUT THE MOLD ON THE STEM IS NOT AS CRISP AND IT'S SLIGHTLY FROSTED. 6in TALL, 3 3/4in ACROSS THE TOP. EXCELLENT CONDITION. NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR FLEABITES.
This lovely vase in a green slag glass stands 12 in. tall. In perfect condition. It has a slightly ribbed design that you can feel more than see. The green colors are gorgeous. I think this vase is from the '30's-'50's era. Perhaps earlier. A superb addition to a vase or slag glass collection.
Here is a replacement for that missing crystal sugar bowl. This has a scalloped Not in perfect condition, there are three tiny flea bites towards the bottom, one near the handle, hard to get a pic of them. Thank you for looking!
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, I have 2 available. Both are in excellent condition, price is per stem.
This is a wonderful creamer and double handled sugar bowl set. They are clear glass with a silver or platinum overlay. The overlay is in a lace and bows pattern. The creamer is 3 ½ inches tall and the sugar bowl is about 2 ¼ inches tall and 5 inches handle to handle. There is no wear to the overlay. There are some surface scratches and manufacturing marks to the clear glass.
LARGE BLACK MILK GLASS BOWL WITH METAL BASE. 10 3/8in WIDE ACROSS THE TOP, 4 3/4in TALL, GLASS IS 1/4in THICK. METAL BASE USED TO BE SILVERPLATED, MOST IS WORN OFF. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS BUT WAS WELL USED, HAS A 'LOT' OF SURFACE UTENSIL SCRATCHES ON THE INTERIOR. WOULD MAKE A GREAT FRUIT BOWL AND COULD HIDE THE SCRATCHES. NO MAKERS MARK. MY BLACK GLASS BOOK STATES 'MAKER UNKNOW', DID SAY IT WAS MADE 1930-1960. Price reflects condition.
This clear glass basket measures 8 x 5 in. and stands 4.5 in. tall. The clarity of the glass suggests a quality glass company produced it. No chips,cracks, etc. I did find a bump on one side that I believe is a manufacturing flaw. You don't see it but can feel it. Definitely will not detract from use or display. I'm not sure of maker, perhaps Viking? I believe the vintage to be approx. '50's.
This is a beautiful, detailed, colorful dish. Except for the gold, the birds, leafs and plants are raised applied glass, the underneath is smooth. There The maker I was kindly informed could be Stevens/Williams. Thank you for looking!
This is a very pretty bowl with raised rose's all the way round. Scalloped edge, the handles have a scroll design. The base is a darker green and stippled. Hard to catch the color with a camera. It has one straw mark. c1950's. Thank you for looking!
This is a nice divided leaf dish. It is clear glass with a gold trim and is divided into three sections. Each of the compartments has it's own vein design. At it's widest point it measures approximately 7 ½ inches. This leaf dish is in very good shape with only very minor wear to the gold trim.
ANTIQUE PRESSED CLEAR GLASS BOWL WITH OVAL AND DIAMOND PATTERN. c.1920. BERRY TO FRUIT BOWL SIZE. SCALLOPED EDGE HAS GOLD TRIM. MAKER AND PATTERN NAME UNKNOWN. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS, DOES HAVE WEAR ON THE GOLD TRIM. 5 3/8in WIDE, 1 1/2in TALL.
This is a gorgeous Ruby Red bell manufactured by the Viking glass Company. It measures about 3 ½ inches tall and 3 ½ inches in diameter at the opening. It is decorated with 76 and has a decorative crack just like the real liberty bell. This Viking Bell is in mint condition and still has its original label.
This is considered a salad plate, although it is 1 1/4 in high at the edge. In the daisy and button pattern, it is 7.5 in. diameter. Perfect condition in a light pink color. I purchased it from the L. G. Wright Co. before they closed, so even if it's unmarked I can tell you where it came from. I have 2 to sell. Priced each.