The following stores carry, or can assist you in finding
Glass / Toothpick Holders or related items. Click on the highlighted store name .
Click on the highlighted store name.
Fort Logan Antiques and Collectibles
Storefront serves Central Texas and has a full range of antiques and collectibles to include vintage jewelry, paintings, prints, vintage clothing, art glass, and many collectible items and categories.
Pamela Coates Antiques
1968 is our starting year. EAPG is our speciality - Elegant featured.
Sterling & Silverplated flatware, sewing items, tea items, sterling, gold and platinum jewelry, flow blue, etc.
BG's Classic Art Pottery & Ceramics
Our storefront operates under the name Fort Logan and we are extensively involved in Internet sales. We have been involved in the mail order business since 1993. Fort Logan is located in Central Texas on a major highway.
Globe Antiques & Collectables
A collection of Antique and Collectible items that you would expect to find in a well stocked antique and collectibles shop. Pottery, Glass, Prints, Toys, Dinnerware, Metalware, Porcelain, Collector plates, Advertising items and so much more.
American Pattern Glass
My store sells Early American Pattern Glass specializing in historical/political Worlds Fairs Children's Glass from 1850-1910. Reference books historical/political china can also be found here.
Eagle Ridge Collectibles
An eclectic assortment of antiques & collectibles with a main focus on animal figurines including Hagen-Renaker, Josef Originals, Ceramic Arts Studio, Breyer and many more.
Neeley's Antiques & Collectibles
On-line shopping for Nancy Ann & Storybook dolls, Vintage Buttons & Thimbles, Costume & Silver Jewelry, Hankies, Postcards, Pottery, Fire-King & old Glassware, Swizzle Sticks, Shakers, Collector Plates & Spoons, Midwest Boxes, Silverware, Advertising. Over 7000 items.
More Than McCoy
Selling antiques and collectibles including: porcelain, pottery, primitives, linens, glassware, kitchenware, metalware, vanity accessories, art, graniteware, bakelite, woodenware, biscuit jars, teacups, syrup pitchers, Oriental, and Victorian. We have it all!
Back Door Antiques & Collectibles
I offer a variety of antiques & collectibles, specializing in the 1950's era. A simpler time when loving families enjoyed each others company and decorated their homes with pride, resulting in an abundance of beautiful and unique antiques & collectibles.
Antiques Collectibles New Used Retro Vintage 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s advertising books paper toys figurines kitchenware glass porcelain pottery china dinnerware jewelry vanity Christmas Easter Halloween Valentines lamps lighting Lunch Boxes metalware Silver sports textiles blankets sewing crafts buttons.
A Time Remembered
The doors always open..
Come in and browse, you're always welcome. Perhaps find a thing or two out of my unique unusual items. A lot of vintage one of a kind antiquities.
We sell affordable antiques and collectibles found for your viewing pleasure. Please feel free to
ask as many questions as you need before you purchase.
Aunt Pitty Pat's China Closet
Offering early american pattern glass, pressed glass, depression glass, Cambridge, Fostoria, Heisey and other elegant glassware companies. Also offering china, porcelain and pottery.
We specialize in antique and vintage collectible recycled goods. Our emphasis is stemware and beverage glassware including barware, goblets, tumblers, bottles, decanters and pitchers as well as an eclectic assortment of recycled items from Victorian age through the groovy 1960's.
Alley Cat Finds LLC
Welcome to Alley Cat Finds LLC where you will find beautiful and affordable antique and vintage pieces, new and retired collectibles, fine and costume jewelry, and a variety of artwork. These pieces make beautiful gifts for any occasion.
J & V Collectibles
We have many items including glassware, porcelian, toys, holiday items, dinnerware, jewelry, and various other items.
A quaint Antique Shop located in Historical Downtown Blackwater, Missouri. Large variety of all types of antiques and collectibles. Pictured in Midwest Living August 2008.