Pair of Cork Screw/Bottle Openers. One is from Charles Kcug Napa Valley Wine. Features Bottle Opener, Cork Screw and Knife. The other says Franmara Patent England Cans, Caps Corks. Measure about 4-4 1/2 . Very good condition. Great to add to one's collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
Early measuring cup and food chopper, marked on bottom of the glass: Pamco. Has 2 - 4 - 6 - 8 - and 12 ounce increments on the front side as well as ¼ cup - ½ cup - ¾ cup - one cup - and 1-1/2 cups, all increments in raised glass. The back lists increments by 1/3rds. This probably dates to the 1950's. Bottom is glass, top is chrome and works by spring action; pushing on the plastic top lever; it operates the blade to push down on the wood block in the bottom to chop the food. The lid fastens on securely with a twist lock. All in nice condition, no chips to glass, no rust to blades, plastic push handle has some use scuffs, spring actions works well. Size:12-1/2 inch total height, 3 inches across both rim and base. Condition: used
A vintage kitchen hand tool, with a meat cleaver on one side, and three serrated blades on the other side to use to tenderize the meat. Has a wood handle, originally was red, but the color has faded over time. Has no makers name, just: Pat.Pending / Made in U.S.A. is stamped on the metal on each side of the metal part of the handle, just above the blade areas. Size: 8-1/2 inches length, 3-1/4 inches width in the blades area. Condition: used
Vintage milk bottles, a cute little wood basket and a kitten linen towel. These are vintage 1/2 pint glass milk bottles, likely antique. One is a 3 cent bottle, other is a 5 cent bottle. You also get the wood basket and a vintage linen towel. One bottle is marked: 3 Cent Deposit; This bottle property of Dairy Container Corporation, Detroit, MICH. (note the old state abbreviation: MICH vs. MI). Bottle has no chips or cracks, and fired on colors, (pyro), and is 5.25 tall. Other bottle reads 5 Cent Store, 5 Cent Bottle, Sealed #14, Universal Store Bottle Half Pint Liquid, Reg. US. Pat. Off. It is 5.5 inches tall and no chips or cracks either! 3.08vari
Nice, early Quart Milk Bottle from Chattanoga, Tennessee. Front of the Bottle is embossed Universal Milk Bottle Assn. Chattanooga, Tenn. Registered No. 100. Underside of the Bottle is also embossed with the initials UMB. Bottle is in excellent condition. Would make a fine addition to any Tennessee Bottle collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Kitchen Collectible -nut Chopper - Grinder - Red Lid
Glass has nice decorations on sides plus the bottom. Has no maker marks, would date probably to the 1940's, this three piece nut chopper / grinder, has a tin lid and turns with a key shaped handle to operate. Size 6 inches height, base 2-3/4 inches and has a 2 inch lid and the red caps fits over the lid. Condition: used
Cool vintage green juice and water bottle. Once side reads 'Juice', other says 'Water'. This bottle is shown in one of the books on vintage kitchen glassware. It is in need of a good soak in efferdent, (bottom interior is dirty). No chips or cracks, stands 9.25 tall and has 32 oz. measurements. esarecp4.07
Glass Candy Container depicting an Old-Style Telephone. Measures about 4 3/4 in. in height. Excellent condition. Probably dates circa 1940's. Would make a great addition to your Vintage Telephone or Candy Container collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
This wonderful find of 8 Atlas Strong Shoulder canning jars with 8 screw on caps caps inside a case are marked differently: some have the Ha / T / 2 / 6 and others have the Ha / T / 13 on the bottom. On the face it says Atlas / Strong Shoulder / Mason. The case says Hazel Atlas Glass Co. / Wheeling, W.Va. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 5 1/2 inches tall and 2 1/2 inches at the mouth. I have 8 of these jars in stock all with the screw on caps but without the insert. Price quoted is for each jar ordered. An addition to any Hazel Atlas Canning Jar Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions contact me and thank you for looking.
This clear square mason jar made by the Ball Bros.Co. in Indiana has a special wide mouth and is marked: Ball / Special / Wide / Mouth / Jar / Made in USA. Although the cap is unmarked it is porcelain lined. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 7 inches tall, has a 3 inch mouth and is 3 1/4 inches at the bottom. An addition to any Mason Jar Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This clear glass mason jar made by the Atlas Co. Wheeling, W. Virgina is marked: Atlas Mason on the front and Ha / M / 12 / 1 on the bottom. The cap is porcelain and is marked: Boyd's Cap for Mason Jar-2-Genuine. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 4 3/4 inches tall with a 2 1/2 inch mouth and 2 3/4 inches square. For a little jar it packs big looks. An addition to any Hazel Atlas Mason Jar Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
Nice Anchor Hocking 1-quart clear glass canning/fruit jar with glass lid and wire closing device. Signed with Anchor Hocking symbol and #5 on the bottom with # 5582 on side near bottom. Larger/taller than most other quart jars. Free of damage. Pre-1940.
Here is a pint size Ball Perfect Mason fruit canning jar in a beautiful aqua shade. This jar was made by Ball Brothers in Muncie, Indiana. It is marked 8 on the bottom. It has a zinc lid. Great as a collectible or to use for candy gifts for the Holidays. Ref: Aunt Mary's Cellar, page 55 & 56. ADD $6.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Vintage canning accessories. First is a neat conical berry strainer with stand, no maker's marks but looks like a Wear-Ever; with a cool wood masher; three boxes of vintage lids, caps, etc.; a cool Queen Canning wide mouth jar by Smiley Kivlan, Boston, (shown in the book); a blue Ball mason jar with zinc lid and a metal jar stand; a small jelly jar w/tin lid; a Foley jar funnel; a vintage measuring spoon set; alum. dip; vintage jar Monticello jar lifter and a cool vintage linen towel with embroidered 'Pots'. Cool items to display or use. The strainer makes a unique table centerpiece also, see pict. #8. 7/06-12/09variest'sx13
Neat Soda Bottle embossed Tall One with a tall man standing. Embossing is on each side of the Bottle. Bottle measures about 9 in height. Bottom is also embossed with number D-8. Very good condition. Probably is from the 1950's to 60's era. Would make a nice addition to any Bottle collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
Awesome retro glass carrier and glasses. This is the cutest one yet! The 8 glasses feature pink and black flowers! Very 1950's looking! One glass has a fleabite on the top rim edge; all the rest are good. They are 5 tall x 3 wide. The rack is showing some age/wear. Great for your next 50's party; or just display them on your wetbar or kitchen hutch, or use for your mixed drinks or lemonade! These are likely vintage Hazel Atlas glasses minus the HA logo.
Vintage carrier, glasses and linen. 8 vintage glasses that are either vintage jelly jars or peanut butter glasses. They all feature red flowers; 4 are red roses, and 2 are red daisies. The glasses and carrier are in good condition; glasses are 5.75 tall x 3 wide. Nice to use as water glasses, or barware, (great for pina coladas!), or for jelly! (and, you get one extra glass for free and a vintage linen towel with the word GLASSES on it!)
Cute little pair of Advertisement Bavaria Mugs. Measure about 1 7/8 in height and has a Bavarian mark on the underside. Excellent condition with no damage. Great to add to your German Mug collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Pair of W.Va. Liquor Sales Permit Ticket Books. I guessing these are from the 1930's to 40's maybe earlier. Name of licensee is on the inside cover. Some ticket sheets are missing. A addition to add to any beverage collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
Nice little early Bottle Opener for Heinz 57. Marked on the front and opposite side provides instructions for use. Slight pitting but overall good/very good condition. Great for a collector of Heinz items or Openers. Buyer to pay shipping.
Bottle Opener for Standard Brewing Co., Rochester, N.Y. Light surface rust but overall very good condition. Opposite side says Old Ox Cart Sturdy Ale. A nice addition to any Bottle Opener collection. Buyer to pay shipping.
Neat little Airplane Glass Candy Container. Probably dates around the 1950's. Measures about 3 3/4 in length and is in excellent condition. Great for a collector of Airplanes or Glass Candy containers. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Glass Candy Container depicting a Miltary Hat. Insignias are feature on the front and both sides of the Hat. Measures close to 3 1/2 in length. Very good condition with no damage. Probably from the 1940's to 50's era. Would make a fine addition to any Miltary or Candy Container collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Nice little pair of Glass Candy Containers depicting a Lanterns. To the top of the handle Containers measures about 3 . One still has the original candy still in the Container it's underside in embossed in the glass Crosetti Co., J'nette, Pa. Overall excellent condition. Great for any collector of Lanterns or items of this nature. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Neat looking Glass Candy Container depicting a Willys Jeep. Measures a little over 4 in length. Underside is marked J.H. Millstein Co. Pat Pending. A couple very tiny nicks on the underside edge but overall very good condition. Glass Container is probably from the 40's era. Great for a collector of Willy's Jeeps or Glass Candy containers. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.
Vintage Horlick's malted milk bottle, a malt mixer and toddy mixer. 3 items one price! First one is a patented antique malted milk mixer, c.1930-1935 patent date, has 12 oz. measurements, good vintage condition and is 9 tall with Hazel Atlas logo on bottom. Next is a 5 inch antique Hazel Atlas bottle with tin lid: Horlick's, The original Malted Milk; front raised lettering, Horlick's Trade Mark M M Malted Milk, Racine, WIS, USA; note the old State abbreviation on it; no chips or cracks; good vintage condition. Last is the vintage Toddy Mixer, with 'A Meal In A Glass' on bottom. Neat collectible glass for your kitchen shelf! 11/08grosflcs+1
Vintage three Spout measuring jar. It has ounces and cups measurements. Likely a depression era jar. No chips or cracks and is 3.5 tall and 3 wide. It is showing some age/wear, especially around bottom rim.
Vintage glass juice pitcher, glasses and a carrier for sale. Large colorful juice pitcher and 8 matching glasses. The pitcher is quite heavy and has a ribbed handle; reminiscent of an old Imperial pitcher I sold a while ago. The pitcher and glasses are not marked, but I'd guess their age to be from the 1930's-1950's. I base that on the style of the pitcher; the ribbed handle; the weight; and the fact that it has a bit of a rough edge around upper rim and handle mold line, (much like old depression glassware has). The pitcher stands 9 tall x 4.75 wide. The glass are 4.75 tall x almost 3 wide. Good condition; no chips or cracks. And, you get the cool vintage glass carrier that fits all 8 glasses with purchase! estcs
Neat little old Glass Candy Container in the form of an Army Tank. Measures about 4 in length. Bottom left underside of the Tank has a very tiny fleck off the corner, otherwise, very good condition. Great to add to any Vintage Candy Container collection. Please be sure to check out my other Candy Containers which I'm offering. Buyer to pay shipping.
Vintage glassware set and carrier. There are 8 glasses and the carrier! The glasses feature pictures of clocks, coffeegridners, teapots, oil lamps, guns, trivets, weathervanes, etc. Age est: c.1940-early 60's. These glasses are quite sturdy glasses are 5 H x 3 W.
Retro vintage glass carrier and 6 juice glasses. The glasses look like they are from the 1940-50's to me, and are 5 high x 2.75 wide. Good condition. The nifty vintage carrier likely dates from the 1920's-40's at most, and has a couple of corroded spots, but nothing major or distracting. This makes a very cute display on the kitchen countertop or in the Hoosier cabinet! A very similar, if not identical carrier is shown in two of the kitchen collectibles books.
This is a petite all glass canning jar manufactured by Hazel Atlas. I would guess that it is a half pint since it is only 5 ¼ inches tall and 2 ½ inches in diameter. It is clear glass and has a clear glass lid. The bail safety closure has some mild corrosion but it is in very good shape. The rubber gasket is brittle so I decided not to open it and take the chance on destroying the gasket. The bottom is marked with the familiar A in an H symbol and what appears to be K-3-444