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This is a set of four footed 2 7/8 inch tall Roly Polys. They feature a wheel cut star burst pattern called "Star Dust". They were made by C G Quartex Crystal, in Japan circa 1940-50's. This pattern was produced in Occupied Japan and discontinued in 1950.


So, what classic craft cocktail would you make to make these glasses sparkle even more?  I live in Vermont. That means I find lots and lots of what we call "syrup pourer" up here. They are intended to be used with maple syrup, you know, that elixir from sugar maple trees boiled down and turned into liquid gold.


This 5 inch tall (to the tip of spout) one has a bright yellow plastic lid which lifts when you press the serrated bottom section of the handle. It holds more than a cup. So, you can use it as a funky retro creamer as well if you don't want to pour syrup.  


I don't know which American company made it as there is only an "8" in a circle on the bottom. In any case, it is a useful practical piece of America's past ready for your vintage kitchen now.  These 1970s Libbey Glass Company cocktail glasses are from the "Classic" Line, the same shapes as on Libbey's well known Golden and Silver Foilage lines.  When you REALLY need a good quantity of liquor, Libbey had this size that it called the double old fashioned which stands 4 inches tall and holds 13 ounces if liquor...er...liquid.


 Libbey's "Classic" line dates from the late 1950s - early 1960s. They come in a smoky gray color they first named "Charcoal" then later changed the name to "Smoke" and a smoky brown color they called "Tawny". These are the gray ones. Simple sleek upswept styling on the sides with Libbey's patented "safe-edge" rims. They mix very well with Morgantown and Holmegaard pieces.

 

So, crack open that vintage cocktail recipe book or read a recipe off the side of a Midcentury cocktail shaker and serve them up .... In style. 


Price is for the set.  This vintage pattern was called Soreno and was made by the Anchor Hocking company from 1966-1970 when it was discontinued. It is also known as the Pressed Bark design. It came in an avocado green, a deep amber, a light blue, and clear. It was made to match the harvest gold and avocado time period, which was late 1960s. 


In that respect it is a great example of American glass tied to a design period. Fill it with iced tea, lemonade or something stronger!


This set consists of the 7 inch pitcher and two 5 inch tall tumblers.


It is in excellent condition. Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.

Set 4 C G Quartex Crystal Star Dust Roly $20.00

 

yellow top maple syrup pourer. Think Har $10.00

 

Libbey set (4) smoke charcoal double old $20.00

 

Anchor Hocking honey gold Soreno pitcher $20.00

Libbey Tawny Accent #3755 11 1/4 ounce footed goblets - Here is the language Libbey used in their 1973 catalog to describe their expanded successful Accent line which included this 11 1/4 ounce footed goblet:


"Libby's glassware answer for any style of life. Bold, formal, casual, Old World look or New. Blends well with practically everything from fine china to casual earthenware.With its beautiful upswept profile and rich earth color, Tawny Accent is a Mediterranean design delight.

Perfect shelf companions for Libbey's new Crystal Accent.Stock them. Display them. Your customers will want them all. Contemporary tumblers also available in Olive, and Dusky Blue." 


Cabernet Sauvignon? Riesling? Pinot Noir? How about just a big ole cocktail? Time for some wine ...or....juice...or maybe a big cocktail then in vintage barware!  Libbey Tawny Accent #3761 6 1/2 ounce "Wine/Juice" footed goblets - Here is the language Libbey used in their 1973 catalog to describe their expanded successful Accent line which included this 6 1/2 ounce "Wine/Juice" footed goblet:


"Libby's glassware answer for any style of life. Bold, formal, casual, Old World look or New. Blends well with practically everything from fine china to casual earthenware.With its beautiful upswept profile and rich earth color, Tawny Accent is a Mediterranean design delight.

Perfect shelf companions for Libbey's new Crystal Accent.Stock them. Display them. Your customers will want them all. Contemporary tumblers also available in Olive, and Dusky Blue." 


Cabernet Sauvignon? Riesling? Pinot Noir? Time for some wine ...or....juice...or maybe a small cocktail then in vintage barware!  Be it butterscotch or chocolate pudding, rice pudding, ice cream, fresh fruit, apple crisp, tapioca, or wait for it.......sherbet, here is the perfect way to serve them, in vintage Midcentury Anchor Hocking Lido #4057 shape sherbet/champagne glasses. Yes, folks, this footed shape was often advertised with a dual purpose of serving a dessert or champagne.


These glasses were made by Anchor Hocking from 1963 into the early 1970s. The pattern of this set is called Lido Glass, but the original pattern was introduced in 1959 as Milano Glass. Production of the Milano pattern spanned 1959 to 1963, and was only produced in Avocado Green and Crystal (clear).


This pattern was made in ten different shapes and in the following colors:  Avocado Green, Crystal, Honey Gold, Spicy Brown, Aquamarine, and Laser Blue.  


So, get your tray ready to carry these filled with your favorite dessert out to the patio or veranda or just end your meal with a fine example of American made glass:  Lido!  Cheers! I'll drink to that, er, these. Charming whimsical design on the 4 5/8 inch tall pair of vintage barware Libbey Pickwick Dickens glasses. Three men each holding a mug are in a bar ...no joke. smile emoticon excellent condition to the red, white, and black design. I love that the chandelier above them appears to have candles burning. Price is for the pair

Set (4) Libbey Tawny Accent #3755 11 1 / 4 $20.00

 

Set (4) Libbey Tawny Accent #3761 6 1 / 2 $16.00

 

Anchor Hocking set 4 Lido Avocado Green $20.00

 

Libbey Pickwick Dickens pair of tall coc $18.00

What is the "key" to "unlocking" a good time?? How about a nice tall cocktail in a set of gold decorated black skeleton keys and escutcheons cocktail glasses? These 5 1/2 inch tall Midcentury highball glasses feature four locks from the following locations: Chateau Hautbarr France, English 18th Century Curland Castle, German - 16th Century Schloss Wartenberg, and Spanish - 16th Century Casa del Conde de Toledo.  A set of Midcentury barware fit for a cocktail king or queen!  In 1979, Libbey introduced what I consider to be one of their most modern lines of barware. They named it the "Ice" line. Here is how they described it in the 1979 Premier catalog on page 57:


"Cool, icy and thirst quenching. Refreshments never looked better than in new Ice. Available in Crystal and Gold 24-pieces sets for maximum consumer appeal."


This line only existed for ONE year. It is very hard to find! It came in three sizes:  #2477 - 9 ounce Rocks, #2479 - 12 1/2 ounce Beverage, and #2474 - 16 1/2 ounce Cooler.


This set of four is the 12 1/2 ounce Beverage size. The color is a dark Tawny brown. Each glass stands 5 1/2 inches tall. All are in excellent condition. Add them to your midcentury or retro bar today.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your bar or man cave now. Price is for the set.  Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, this is the 6 1/2 inch tall  Tijuana footed pitcher  in the Peacock Blue color.  The highest point of the pitcher near the spout is actually a bit taller at 6 1/24 inches. This line in transparent colors started in the 1950s.


By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from their father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This Tijuana pitcher is in the Peacock Blue color, one of the harder colors to find in this line.  It is in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).

 Produced by the Bryce Glass Company,  this is a set of four 4 5/8 inch tall  12 oz. flat tumblers in the Amethyst color.  


Not much is known about Bryce's El Rancho production. It was made around the same time as Crinkle, Driftwood, and Lido, and is often confused with them.


This set of 4 12 oz flat juice glasses is in the Amethyst color, one of the harder colors to find in this line.  They are in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).


Add it to your Bryce El Rancho or Crinkled glass collection today. Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

Set 4 midcentury highball glasses with l $40.00

 

Libbey set (4) 1979 Ice line beverage gl $40.00

 

Morgantown Crinkle Peacock Blue pitcher $45.00

 

Bryce El Rancho set 4 Amethyst tumblers $24.00

The Libbey Glass Accent Line (1970-1979) debuted in the 1970 Pacesetter catalog. It was most likely designed by Freda Diamond, who was Libbey’s main designer from 1942-1979. Over the ten years of its production, it was made in the following colors:  Crystal (1971-1979), Dusky Blue (1972-1973), Gold (1970-1971), Olive (1971-1975), and Tawny 1970-1979.


Here is the original promotion language:  "A modern classic ... from Libbey, the longtime pace setter in stemware.


Here’s stemware for today ... stemware with style that’s just right for the informal dining and entertaining of America’s lifestyle in the 70s.


From the 1971 Pacesetter catalog comes the following language:  "Handsome upswept profile combined with warm Tawny tones make the new Accent line an award winner in the recent National Housewares Manufacturers Design Competition."


From the 1972 Pacesetter catalog:  "Libbey’s glassware answer for any style of life. Bold, formal, casual, Old World look or New. Blends well with practically everything from fine china to earthenware."



The original line debuted with the following pieces in the Stemware Line:  1) 6 1/2 oz Wine/Juice, 2) 8 ox Sherbet/Champagne, 3) 9 1/2 oz Rocks, and4) 11 3/4 oz Goblet. In the Tumbler line were: 1)	16 oz. Cooler, 2) 12 oz. Beverage, and 3)	9 oz. Rocks . 


Here we offer a set of 4 Tawny Accent 16 oz Cooler glasses.  Each stands 5 1/2 inches tall. The Tawny color is  in the amber family with a smoky feel to it. Very 1970s.


Excellent condition.


Add them to your Mad Men bar or rec room.  They are a great size and feel great in the hand.  Real glass made in the U.S.A. Stackable too!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  The Libbey Glass Accent Line (1970-1979) debuted in the 1970 Pacesetter catalog. It was most likely designed by Freda Diamond, who was Libbey’s main designer from 1942-1979. Over the ten years of its production, it was made in the following colors:  Crystal (1971-1979), Dusky Blue (1972-1973), Gold (1970-1971), Olive (1971-1975), and Tawny 1970-1979.


Here is the original promotion language:  "A modern classic ... from Libbey, the longtime pace setter in stemware.


Here’s stemware for today ... stemware with style that’s just right for the informal dining and entertaining of America’s lifestyle in the 70s.


From the 1971 Pacesetter catalog comes the following language:  "Handsome upswept profile combined with warm Tawny tones make the new Accent line an award winner in the recent National Housewares Manufacturers Design Competition."


From the 1972 Pacesetter catalog:  "Libbey’s glassware answer for any style of life. Bold, formal, casual, Old World look or New. Blends well with practically everything from fine china to earthenware."



The original line debuted with the following pieces in the Stemware Line:  1) 6 1/2 oz Wine/Juice, 2) 8 ox Sherbet/Champagne, 3) 9 1/2 oz Rocks, and4) 11 3/4 oz Goblet. In the Tumbler line were: 1)	16 oz. Cooler, 2) 12 oz. Beverage, and 3)	9 oz. Rocks . 


Here we offer a set of 4 Tawny Accent 9 oz Rocks glasses.  Each stands 3 1/4 inches tall. The Tawny color is  in the amber family with a smoky feel to it. Very 1970s.


Excellent condition.


Add them to your Mad Men bar or rec room.  They are a great size and feel great in the hand.  Real glass made in the U.S.A. Stackable too!


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  Made by the Anchor Hocking Company in the 1960s, the Lido line is yet another of the popular crinkle glassware so prevalent at the time. Like the Morgantown Crinkle line , it features highly textured surface. What distiniguishes the Lido line is that the pattern does not go all the way up to the rim of the glass.  It came in colors of Aquamarine, Avocado, Crystal, Honey Gold, Laser Blue, and Spicy Brown.


Anchor Hocking produced the "Milano" pattern from 1959 to 1963. The pattern name was then changed to "Lido" because subsequently the molds were remade by the Zanesville Mold Company in Ohio, a newly acquired Anchor Hocking Corporation subsidiary. The difference between the molds resulted in the `Milano' pattern name changing to "Lido." Although the two patterns are similar, the "Milano" pattern has a distinctive and more defined "crinkle" than "Lido". "Milano" was produced in Forest Green and Crystal only.  


In an original catalog for this line, it states "Set a table with sunlight. Glowing gold Lido"!  


This N4007 ball jug stands 9 inches tall x 4 inch top diameter and holds 96 ounces. It has an ice lip for easy pouring. It is in the color Anchor Hocking called Honey Gold.   Made for cold drinks of ice tea, kool-aid, or lemonade, it is easy to grip and looks great. A practical retro vintage design ready for your kitchen today. Price is for the set.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  Made by the Anchor Hocking Company in the 1960s, the Lido line is yet another of the popular crinkle glassware so prevalent at the time. Like the Morgantown Crinkle line , it features highly textured surface. What distiniguishes the Lido line is that the pattern does not go all the way up to the rim of the glass.  It came in colors of Aquamarine, Avocado, Crystal, Honey Gold, Laser Blue, and Spicy Brown.


Anchor Hocking produced the "Milano" pattern from 1959 to 1963. The pattern name was then changed to "Lido" because subsequently the molds were remade by the Zanesville Mold Company in Ohio, a newly acquired Anchor Hocking Corporation subsidiary. The difference between the molds resulted in the `Milano' pattern name changing to "Lido." Although the two patterns are similar, the "Milano" pattern has a distinctive and more defined "crinkle" than "Lido". "Milano" was produced in Forest Green and Crystal only.  


Each one of this set of 4 tumblers stands 5 1/2 inches tall x 2 7/8 inch top diameter and holds 12 ounces. They are often also referred to as zombies in the period literature. They are in the color Anchor Hocking called Honey Gold.   Made for cold drinks of ice tea, kool-aid, or lemonade, they are easy to grip and look great. A practical retro vintage design ready for your kitchen today. Price is for the set.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

Libbey glass set 4 Tawny Accent 16 oz. C $16.00

 

Libbey glass set 4 Tawny Accent 9 oz. Ro $19.00

 

Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold ball jug $12.50

 

4 Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold zombies $16.00

Libbey's Golden Foliage pattern is a classic design of golden leaves on frosted panels, bordered in gold, with a gold top rim. This pattern is shown in Libbey's 1957-1958 catalog.  It was discontinued in 1978.


This is a set of 5 Gold Leaf Cocktail/Sherbet goblets by Libbey.  Excellent conditon with very little gold loss around the rim if any.  No chips or cracks.  They stand 4 1/4" tall, 3 1/2" wide, the bowl is 2 1/4" deep and hold 7 ounces.  This version of this popular pattern features a frosted background for the Autumn or Gold Leaves.  The gold rim is excellent on this set. I don't think they were used much at all.


Talk about retro. Most adults over the age of 40 remember these glasses.  I think they were even a premium in detergent boxes or were part of the Green Stamp program!  


Add dash of Mad men Mid century to your home!

Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, these are ready for your kitchen table, rec room or bar today.

 Set of 4 Midcentury retro vintage Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold #4005 5 ounce juice glasses. 


Made by the Anchor Hocking Company in the 1960s, the Lido line is yet another of the popular crinkle glassware so prevalent at the time. Like the Morgantown Crinkle line , it features highly textured surface. What distiniguishes the Lido line is that the pattern does not go all the way up to the rim of the glass.  It came in colors of Aquamarine, Avocado, Crystal, Honey Gold, Laser Blue, and Spicy Brown.


Anchor Hocking produced the "Milano" pattern from 1959 to 1963. The pattern name was then changed to "Lido" because subsequently the molds were remade by the Zanesville Mold Company in Ohio, a newly acquired Anchor Hocking Corporation subsidiary. The difference between the molds resulted in the `Milano' pattern name changing to "Lido." Although the two patterns are similar, the "Milano" pattern has a distinctive and more defined "crinkle" than "Lido". "Milano" was produced in Forest Green and Crystal only.  In the Lido pattern the crinkle pattern does not extend all the way to the top of the glass. There is a clear rim at the very top.


Set of 4 Midcentury retro vintage Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold 5 ounce juice glasses.  Made for cold drinks of orange juice, ice tea, kool-aid, or lemonade, it is easy to grip and looks great. A practical retro vintage design ready for your kitchen today.  


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.  This is a great example of the high quality midcentury Italian art glass that was imported into this country and available at the best retailers.


This is a really attractive mid 20th century murano ashtray/artbowl. Clam shape with bullicante controlled bubble cased ultramarine glass. 5 5/8  inches long x 3 1/2 inches wide x 2 1/4  inches in height. In excellent condition with no damage. Has a highly polished flat base.


Add it to your Mad Men decor today.  Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of the past. It is ready for your home today.  Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, this is a pair of 5 inch wide dessert or finger bowls  in the Shamrock Green color.  The highest point of the bowl near the spout is  2 inches. This line in transparant colors started in the 1950s.


By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from their father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This pair of 5 inch wide finger or dessert bowls is in the Shamrock Green color, one of the harder colors to find in this line.  It is in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve salsa or chips  on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms). Price is for the pair.


Add it to your Morgantown or Art Deco American glassware collection today.

set 5 Libbey golden leaves cocktail gobl $15.00

 

4 Anchor Hocking Lido 5 oz Honey Gold ju $16.00

 

Green cased Sommerso Murano clam shape b $35.00

 

pair Morgantown Crinkle Shamrock Green b $9.00

Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, this is the 7 1/4 inch tall  28 oz. footed pitcher  in the Peacock Blue color.  The highest point of the pitcher near the spout is actually a bit taller at 7 3/4 inches. This line in transparant colors started in the 1950s.


By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from their father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This 28 ounce pitcher is in the Peacock Blue color, one of the harder colors to find in this line.  It is in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).

 Produced by the Morgantown Glass Company  in the period when they were known as the Morgantown Glass Guild which started in 1933, this is the 2 7/8 inch tall  6 oz. footed sherbet  in the Peacock Blue color.  This line in transparant colors started in the 1950s.


By 1958, it had been renamed the Decor line, which was the brainchild of J. Richard Haden who along with his brother Samuel K. took over the business from their father Joseph Haden.  In 1958, the first Decor by Morgantown" catalog was published.


However, when the Carbone Company of Boston, one of the major national Importers assumed the line as their own in the early  Sixties, the line became known as Crinkle. This line can be seen and is well presented on pages 214-215 of Jerry Gallagher's Handbook of Old Morgantown Glass (1995).


This sherbet is in the Peacock Blue color, one of the harder colors to find in this line.  It is in excellent condition and ready to join your Mid-century home as you serve lemonade or iced tea on the veranda or patio (such great mid century terms).

 These stackable mugs are perfect for a small kitchen, apartment or camp where space is limited. Each stacks into another as the base is narrower than the top.  Each mug stands 4 3/8 inches tall x 3 3/4 inches wide at the top.  These mugs are what is called New Old Stock as they were never used. I bought a case of 24 of them recently. The box listed the color as Avocado Green. Talk about late 1960s, early 1970s!


They are in excellent condition. Each mug is signed Anchor Hocking Fire-King Oven-Prood Made in U.S. A. with a shape number also.


Perfect for that retro vintage kitchen, camp or apartment. Price is for the set. 4 sets of 4 mugs available.  Made by the Anchor Hocking Company in the 1960s, the Lido line is yet another of the popular crinkle glassware so prevalent at the time. Like the Morgantown Crinkle line , it features highly textured surface. What distiniguishes the Lido line is that the pattern does not go all the way up to the rim of the glass.  It came in colors of Aquamarine, Avocado, Crystal, Honey Gold, Laser Blue, and Spicy Brown.


Anchor Hocking produced the "Milano" pattern from 1959 to 1963. The pattern name was then changed to "Lido" because subsequently the molds were remade by the Zanesville Mold Company in Ohio, a newly acquired Anchor Hocking Corporation subsidiary. The difference between the molds resulted in the `Milano' pattern name changing to "Lido." Although the two patterns are similar, the "Milano" pattern has a distinctive and more defined "crinkle" than "Lido". "Milano" was produced in Forest Green and Crystal only.  


Each one of this trio of tumblers stands 5 1/4 inches tall x 2 7/8 inch top diameter and holds 12 ounces. All three are in Crystal.  Made for cold drinks of ice tea, kool-aid, or lemonade, they are easy to grip and look great. A practical retro vintage design ready for your kitchen today. Price is for the set.


Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.

Morgantown Crinkle Peacock Blue pitcher $30.00

 

Morgantown Crinkle Peacock Blue sherbet $5.00

 

Anchor Hocking set 4 Green Fire-King mug $12.50

 

trio Anchor Hocking Lido Milano 12 0z tu $10.00

This vintage pattern was called Soreno and was made by the Anchor Hocking company from 1966-1970 when it was discontinued.  It is also known as the Pressed Bark design. It came in an avocado green, a deep amber, a light blue, and clear. It was made to match the harvest gold and avocado time period, which was late 1960s. 


In that respect it is a great example of American glass tied to a design period.  Though intended as an ashtray, you can repurpose it and use it for an appetizer tray, candy dish, or olive dish. 


It is in excellent condition.  Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your home today.   

Anchor Hocking Soreno amber glass ashtra $7.50

  



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