We are offering vintage banana bowl. The white milk glass piece stands about 4 3/4 inches tall on a platform base. It measures 6 1/4 inches in length. We believe this piece was manufactured by McKee Glass. The bowl is free of chips, cracks, nicks, and repairs. The net weight is 11 ounces.
Marked Pres-cut inside the base, this tumbler is in the pattern Aztec, by McKee Glasss, ca 1904. Measures 3 ¾ tall, probably a water tumbler. Price reflects condition: faintly grayed, linear wear scratches in the clear area at the top, bruise with small local flakes under the manufacturer-ground base. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 1 1/2 lbs. from 06068. #589
This covered butter dish, pattern name of Britannic, by McKee inches wide x 6 ¼ inches high to the top of the finial. There is one ½ inch chip on the inner part of the lid, and some roughness along this rim which is not fire-polished. These do not show when the lid is in place. There is a bubble in the finial and a few small ones in the lid itself, as well as the familiar shearlines; there are no known repros. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 4 1/2 lbs. from 06068. #577
'Teutonic' creamer, diamond and block pattern with scalloped rim in clear glass. This pattern was also called 'Long Star'. Originally had gold trim, now almost all gone, otherwise in excellent condition.
Also known as Early American Rock Crystal, this early McKee pattern is often categorized as Depression Glass but was made from 1915 to the 1940's. This rare example is a vase in the shape of a cornucopia on a base and very hard to find. The piece measures 8 3/4 high and 3 1/2 wide. The base measures 4 7/8 long and 3 wide. The vase is in excellent condition, free of any chips, cracks or discolorations. All of the items sold are antique, vintage and are sold in used condition. I will describe all items as accurately as possible, however I do not mention normal wear or characteristics of old glass such as bubbles, wavy lines, straw marks, etc. unless they impact the appearance and/or use of the item. Since you may view this differently, please contact me with any questions.
Vintage Glasbake Imperial Crab Dish, made by the McKee Glass Co. It is red and measures approximately 5 3/4 in width, 3 in length and 1 in height. It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
This is a really nice crystal ribbed glass Refrigerator Bottle with Lid and metal spout made by McKee. This Jar measures 10 1/2 inches long X 5 1/2 inches X 5 inches. The Bottle is in very good condition. The bottom has no chips, cracks or cloudiness. The lid has a tiny, 1/8 inch flea bit on the site facing you in the picture. The metal spout is very good with very slight discoloration. It works. Be sure to search our other kitchen items available. Buyer pays $12.00 for shipping anywhere in 48 states. International buyers please email for shipping quotes.
FOR SALE IS A CRYSTAL WATER SET WITH GILT IN THE COLONIAL #20 PATTERN MADE BY THE McKEE-JEANNETTE GLASS COMPANY CIRCA 1910. THE SIX TUMBLERS ARE 4 INCHES HIGH X 3 1/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND THE GILT IS IN GOOD CONDITION ON MOST OF THE TUMBLERS. THE PITCHER IS 8 INCHES HIGH X 4 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER AND THE GILT IS IN GOOD CONDITION. THE SET IS IN GOOD CONDITION, BUT THE BOTTOM OF THE TUMBLERS ARE CHIPPY AND ROUGH.
This lovely vintage and hard-to-find clear glass LARGE fish platter is 17 3/4 inches long and 8 1/2 inches wide and was made by McKee glass from 1910-1940. The scales can be seen from the outside and the inside. It is marked: GLASBAKE USA 4141. A wonderful serving piece that will compliment your dining table.
Vintage Souvenir Mcgee Glass Heart Band Ruby Flashed
This vintage tumbler is a McGee Heart Band pattern that was ruby flashed and then used for souvenirs. The marking on this one is Souvenir of Coatsville, PA. They glass was origianly made in 1897 and is in excellent condition.
Produced by McKee Glass Company is this beautiful PUNCH BOWL SET with stand and 8 matching cups from the DEPRESSION ERA. Punch bowl measures 12 across and stand is 5 1/2 tall. Eight (8) matching cups are included and they measure 2 1/2 tall x 3 1/2 wide and hold 6 ounces. Also, two more complete PUNCH SETS WITH 8 CUPS are available and extra cups. In very good condition and SHINY IN/OUT.
Five vintage McKee Glass olive dishes. Or pickles; 5 for one price! Three in one shape; two in another shape. All have the old 'Pres Cut' raised mark on them. The three smaller ones are 6.25 long x 4.5 wide and in good condition. The two larger ones are 7.5 long x 4.5 wide; one is good, other has one a tiny surface flake off rim edge, (common on this old glass). Perfect to use at dinner parties and holidays for pickles, olives, celery, radishes, mints! csest1/07
This lovely piece of EARLY AMERICAN PRESSED GLASS was made by the MCKEE GLASS COMPANY as early as 1894. It features a deeply pressed pattern called BRITANIC and is made of CRYSTAL CLEAR GLASS. The CONDITION is VINTAGE-USED-GOOD. There are some manufacture flaws and useage marks and a small chip on the rim. It is not labled or marked.
Stunning antique McKee Glass vanity jar. c.1904. Very heavy antique jar with heavy metal/gold tone finish lid. No chips or cracks; bottom of jar has raised Pres Cut mark. I believe the pattern is called Colonial, plain panels. The jar with lid on is 5 tall; bottom is 3 wide. The bottom rim where it sits is the only part of this jar showing age, which it should! Beautiful to use on an antique plateau for cotton balls, pins, etc.
This lovely FOOTED CAKE PLATE was made by the MCKEE GLASS COMPANY as early as 1894. It features the JUBILEE PATTERN and is made of CRYSTAL GLASS. Some collectors of Early American Pressed Glass also call this the ISIS PATTERN. The CONDITION is GOOD. It is very old and has some useage marks. There is roughness around the base and there are some chips. Our resource identified the manufacture and pattern of this piece. It is not labeled or marked.
Vintage McKee Glass Co. syrup pitcher. c:1951. Nice thick, heavy glass pitcher, (for syrup or buttermilk). On bottom of glass it has raised lettering: McK. G. Co. USA 1951. No chips or cracks; it is 5 tall x 4 wide. (2 mold lines in the glass). I would call this 'good vintage condition'. Great to store your cream, syrup, honey, or half & half in! Or, to use on the wetbar!
FOR SALE IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL PRESSED GLASS ETCHED CRYSTAL CREAMER IN THE INNOVATION (#407) SERIES MADE BY THE McKEE GLASS COMPANY STARTING IN 1917. THE CREAMER A CENTER BAND THAT HAS STARS HAVE BEEN CUT IN TO THE BAND. THE BOTTOM OF THE CREAMER HAS A WHEEL CUT FLOWER. THE CREAMER MEASURES 3 HIGH X 3 1/2 DIAMETER, AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.
The National Glass Company was organized as a combine to compete with the United States Glass Company and was composed of many factories who had not joined that combine. There were 19 glass factories in the NATIONAL GLASS COMPANY combine and MCKEE & BROS.GLASS WORKS of JEANNETTE, PENNSYLVANIA was #12. During its organization, National sponsored a contest for the best design for a new pattern. The pattern which won was called PRIZE and was manufactured in a full tableware line by the company in the year 1900. This CRYSTAL TOOTHPICK HOLDER features the PRIZE PATTERN #500 and was produced by MCKEE under the NATIONAL name in the year 1900. It was still being sold in the year 1902 according to a NATIONAL GLASS CATOALOG.
Made by McKee Glass Co. is ROCK CRYSTAL relish platter made of heavy thick glass in a pretty design. Platter is divided in five sections. Measures 11 1/2 in diameter. In very good condition and SHINY IN/OUT.
What a find! This DECANTER was found in an Estate on the NorthSide of CHICAGO. It was made by the MCKEE GLASS COMPANY between 1901 - 1905. The pattern name is MONARCH and was considered part of the MCKEE PRESCUT LINE. It is pictured in the STANDARD ENCYCLOPEDIA of PRESSED GLASS (3rd edition) by Bill Edwards & Mike Carwile on page 175.