Shows some wear due to its age and Use. Displays beautifully. Arrows on lip. Groovy handle design. Six ribs go around piece. From the 1940s an probably used for syrup or cream. No cracks or chips. Overall great condition. Under UV light, this piece glows a stunning green color. Enjoy
This is a solid piece. No cracks, chips. Some surface wear, due to age. I believe this to be a piece of Hazel Atlas Vaseline glass. Heavy for size.8 1/2 tall and 7 1/4 wide, at fan top. Hand made I think.
This vintage piece is scrolls and a pretty bow. The Salt can in picuture is a prop, however, it is for sale in the Den, as well.Great illumination in this one. See picture. Mosser Glass and Label on bottom. Many uses for this or just add to your UV display of Vaseline Glass.
Many uses for this item. Highly functional and also a Great piece of Vaseline glass for your collection. Very delicate pattern, almost looks like lace. Made by Boyd's crystal glass co.in the USA. Under black light it glows. salt cellar, jam or jelly, pot of gold, just add gold, lol.
Big toe hanging out an two more toes jiggled right thru their shoe. Danced so hard he made a hole in the bottom, too. Laces in a bow, an no where to go. Very functional piece as well as a collectible gift. Made and Marked on bottom, by Boyd's. 3 inches wide and 2 1/4 inch tall. Illuminates under UV light. So cool
Diamond Point Pattern. The size of these make them such a great display an conversation piece.at 1 inch tall and 1 3/4 across open area. Never seen anything like it. Set of 4 salt cellar or any spice. Great when baking . Pinch of this an pinch of that. Price is for set.
This is so cute. He almost looks like the little green giant. Made by Mosser glass Co. in 1981. His name is written on back of him. Vaseline and opalescent Glass. Under black light this piece is awesome. He stands at 3 1/2 inches tall.
Tiffin Glass Co. produced items as this in the 1920s. I am not positive of age, as these represent Pristine Condition. Have been loved an displayed on velvet. Under blacklight they give off an awesome hue of electric green. Very functional. Actual color of these is an emerald green to turquoise. Very HTF. Plates are 7 1/2 inches,while the dish measures 4 1/2 tall an 2 1/2 wide at top. Price is for set. Don't want to separate because they are to hard to find. Great for parties and dessert presentation will be extreme coolness. Color activates with Black light use.
A beautiful 7 pc. pitcher and tumbler set in the juice size. The pitcher is 8 in. tall and 3.5 in. diameter at the short pedestal base. The 6 tumblers are 4 in. tall and 2 in. diameter base. In a beautiful vaseline opalescent color that will flouresce under a black light. The Eyewinker pattern it was made from the original L.G. Wright Co. mold. This set can definitely become tomorrows antique and prized treasure. A new collectible produced in the USA. Ship USPS Parcel Post so it can be properly wrapped and packed for safe delivvery.
Collect roosters or chickens? This standing rooster done in a lovely vaseline glass will enhance any collection and is also useful to hold candies or trinkets. Stands 9 in. tall and measures 6.5 x 4 in. at the base of cover. In like new condition. It has been in storage since the 1990's era. I believe produced by the Mosser Glass Co. for the Rosso distributors. Made in the USA. The vaseline glass will flouresce beautifully under a black light.No damage.
Green Vaseline Depression Glass Measuring Pitcher. No chips or gashes. Perfect condition. From end of handle to the end of spout its 7 inches and a little over 5 1/2 inches tall. Thank you for looking!
A covered round butterdish done in vaseline opalescent glass. Measures 7.75 in. diameter and is 6 in. tall. Quality vaseline glass that flouresces beautifully under a black light. Produced by the Mosser Glass Co. in the '80's. Been in storage all this time. The pattern is banded cherry. No damage.
A 7 pc. pitcher and tumbler set in gorgeous vaseline opalescent glass. In a banded cherry thumbprint pattern and produced in the USA by the Mosser Glass Co. Wonderful workmanship and exceptional quality vaseline glass made with uranium and flouresces beautifully. This outstanding pitcher stands 8 in. tall and it measures 5.5 in. diameter. The tumblers are 4 in. tall. banded Cherry Cable pattern. Made from the original Westmoreland Glass co. mold. Todays collectible and definitely tomorrows prized antique and cherished heirloom. Make a memory with this set. This set must ship USPS Parcel Post due to size and weight.
This bell is made of vaseline glass and it stands 6 in. tall. The clapper is still in place and works fine. All true vaseline glass is florescent under a black light, which is shown in the second photo of the bell. The condition is very good.
This pitcher is made of vaseline glass and stands 8 in. tall. It is a nice heavy piece, made from thick glass. It features an applied handle. All true vaseline glass is florescent under a black light, which is illustrated in the second photo of the pitcher. There is no damage and the condition is very good. The pitcher was made by Mosser in the eyewinker pattern.
This beautiful cake server is made of vaseline glass and stands about 5 in. tall. The width of the top is 9 in. All true vaseline glass is florescent when placed under a black light. The second photo of this item shows how it looks under the black light. This piece is in very good condition with no damage at all. The Mosser Glass Company made this cake server in the thistle pattern.
Green Depression Glass Stemmed Cocktail Glasses Antique Vintage
Antique Green Depression Glass Stemmed Cocktail Glasses. Great set of green stemmed with a clear bowl depression glass cocktail glasses from the 1920's to 1930's era. This set was made by unknown elegant glass company, probably Cambridge or Fostoria. They are 4 1/4 inches tall by 2 3/4 inches across the bowl. Three are in excellent condition, no chips, the fourth has a tiny fleabite on the base that does not affect use. A great addition to your collection or barware. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of depression glass.
A beautiful pitcher and 6 tumblers set from the Mosser Glass Co. The color is vaseline. The pattern is called Dahlia, Pitcher stands 8 in. tall on 4 decorative little feet, and is 8 in. diameter. Tumblers measure 4 in. tall, 3 in. diameter. Damage free. Flouresces beautifully under a black light. Superb quality and workmanship. This is a new collectible made in the USA. Perfect gift, display or use as intended. Todays collectible, tomorrows prized antique.
A spooner in vaseline opalescent glass. This is the eyewinker pattern produced by the Mosser Glass Co. in Ohio, USA. Stands 5.5 in. tall and measures 4.5 in. diameter at the top and the base is 4 in. diameter. This is quite collectible and will become tomorrows treasured antique. Excellent workmanship and no damage. Like new condition.
Six adorable animal cup plates from the well-known Pairpoint company. The Pairpoint Company was opened in 1837, and bills itself as America's Oldest Glassworks. Cup plates were one of the first items to be pressed, as in EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass). They were used as a kind of coaster for a teacup, after the tea was poured from the cup into a saucer to cool. According to their site, all Pairpoint cup plates were made in limited quantities. I believe that 5 of the plates are part of the Thornton Burgess critters series. These tiny plates with wonderful detail measure 3 ½ or slightly less across. In purple: Peter Rabbit (with whiskers) and Jimmy Skunk (c 1978, #43). In yellow vaseline: Spotty the Turtle, and Green Briar (a swan). In clear: Danny Meadow Mouse (c 1983, #204), and Paddy the Beaver (c 1977, #36). No damage. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #474
Vintage Vaseline Layered Three Bowl. This bowl has a sort of a layered ring type pattern, ruffled edge and three feet. It measures just over 7 inches across and about 2 1/4 inches tall. It is in excellent condition, no chips or cracks and would be a wonderful addition to your collection!
Panel Optic Yellow Green Vaseline Glass Footed Sherbet
Beautiful Elegant Depression Glassware possibly made by Tiffin, Fry, Heisey, many other glass companies. Panels can be felt from inside. Measure approx 3 3/8 inches tall X 2 1/4 inches diameter at top rim. Glows under black light. No chips, cracks, stains. There are light usage scratches which show when held to light. They were used and enjoyed. Nice to collect and fun to use! Price is for one.
An open salt, salter in the English Hobnail pattern. Vaseline Opalescent glass produced by the Summit Art Glass Co. Measures 1.75 in. diameter and is about 1 in. tall. Damage free. This type of item also makes a nice ring catcher.
A shallow basket done in a satin finish Vaseline Glass. Flouresces beautifully under a blacklight so is quality vaseline glass. Unmarked, but has an edge finish that appears to be candlewick, like the Imperial Candlewick. Stands 5 in. tall to the top of the applied handle. Measures 6 x 4.75 in. diameter. I find no damage. Vintage is unknown, best guesstimate would be from the mid-century era.
Stunning Vaseline Cream & Sugar Set Stippled Rows Free Shipping
Featured for your enjoyment is a simply stunning cream and sugar set. This set has 3 rows of stippling about 1/2 wide each. Lovely scalloped rim 3 rings on the stem just above the row of stipples there. They appear more green then they really are in person in the pictures. Nice light yellow glow to the rims mainly. Both are in excellent condition. Creamer stands 4 1/8 tall by 4 3/8 wide. Sugar is 3 1/2 tall by 5' wide. Unknown maker. Free Shipping within the United States.
Featured for your enjoyment is this wonderful old juice reamer. This is such a light green it is closer to the vaseline glass then anything. Has a soft green glow under a black light. Near mint condition. Stands 3 3/4 tall by 8 1/2 across from spout to handle.
Victorian Era: Very Unusual Vaseline Parrot Figural Tray
I could find no reference to this very unusual vaseline figural Parrot tray or plate. I can tell you that it is probably quite old since there is a shearline a beautiful pale yellow which almost glows even without UV in its thicker parts. Measures 8 ¾ long x 5 ½ wide x 1 ½ tall. There are a lot of chips under the base (marie) & a few on the edges. However, this appears to be a relatively early piece, well-made with nice detail, & possibly unique. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 3 lbs. from 06068. #377
Striking vaseline or canary tall true open compote, was made by Challinor x 7 tall. Super condition except for a subtle bruise with a small crack in the lattice top edge (shown from 2 angles in photos). Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 6 lbs. from 06068. #321
This large, solid vaseline glass bulldog was produced from the original Westmoreland Glass mold. Use as a doorstop or display as the focal point of a dog collection. Stands 7 in. tall and the base measures 4 x 4 in. Weighs approx. 6 lbs. Flouresces beautifully under a black light. Originally he wore a narrow dog collar which you could easily add. Produced by the Mosser Glass Co. in a very limited quantity. A spectacular item to display.
For sale is a very beautiful Mosser opalescent vaseline glass spooner. c:1971 to present. Footed spooner/vase, and although it is fairly contemporary, it is still quite collectible. It radiates that great yellow color and has no chips or cracks. It stands a bit over 5.5 tall x 4.75 wide. It is bottom marked with the M inside the Ohio outline. An exquisite example of contemporary vaseline glass and makes a very nice affordable gift! 1/04ddaucc-V
This fan shaped vase was produced by the Fenton art Glass Co. sometime in the '40's-'50's. Before they started marking in the '60's.In excellent condition. No chips, dings, cracks, etc. A touch of opalescence on the top edge.Stands 7.5 in. tall and is 11 in. wide and a depth of 3 in. A gorgeous piece of vintage vaseline glass that flouresces beautifully under a black light.
This lovely cup and saucer set is done in the candlewick style. Pretty beaded handle on the cup and the saucer edge. The cup is nearly 3 in. tall and the saucer measures 5-5.5 in. diam. Perfect condition. Flouresces beautifully under a blacklight. Use or display with pride. A new American made collectible. Priced per set of cup and saucer. I have 4 sets to sell.
Vaseline Glass Divided Relish Tray And Silver Basket
Vaseline Glass Divided Relish Tray or Candy Dish in Silver Plated or Chrome Basket. This is a stunning Vaseline Glass 4 sectioned candy dish or relish tray with a lacy motif metal holder or basket. Dish measures 8 inches across by 1 ¾ inches deep. Dish is removable from the metal holder and can be used with or without the holder. The holder measures 8 ½ inches across by 1 ¾ inches deep. Dish is beautifully done with a Sunburst or Sunray Pattern on the bottom and has 4 sections on the inside. Could be Indiana Glass Horseshoe #612, as per Weatherman's Colored Glassware of the Depression Era 2. As an update to her Book 1, Weatherman states Number 612 - Rare pieces have turned up and are pictured below . She shows the candy dish with it's cover and mentions that it sometimes is found in a metal holder. The Dish has a few small fleabites on the inside top of rim, the outside of top rim and some nicks on the bottom from age, use and mostly from setting down in the holder. These nicks are not visible with placed in the holder. Item has been black light tested (see picture). This is a wonderful old piece of Vaseline glass to add to your collection!
Vaseline EAPG Daisy and Button with Crossbars Celery Vase. This Vintage Vaseline Early American Pattern Glass Celery Vase or Spooner is the Mikado Pattern, also known as Daisy and Button with Crossbar and Thumbprint Band. Spooner most likely made by Richards and Hartley or by US Glass in the late 1880's or 1890's. The top edge of the holder is done with beautiful scalloped tips and the base is done in Daisy and Buttons. Vase measures approximately 7 inches high by about 4 inches across along the top. Holder has some wear marks on the bottom and one of the scalloped tips is broken off, giving the appearance of 2 smaller tips. Still displays very well. Celery Vase has been Black Light Tested (see picture). This is a hard to find piece and would be a great addition to any collection!