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This is a great example of the fun and whimsical items created for the many home bars or rec rooms that were built and used by the Post WWII generation as they entertained at home. ollectors of vintage American Midcentury barware most often refer to this pattern as Capri Dots. In reality, the pattern name is Capri Skol, made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in the between 1950-1956. It exists in 9 different shapes, including this ice tub which stands 5 inches wide x 6 inches tall. (Tray not included.)


Time to make some ice, brush off a few classic cocktail recipes, make a cheese plate and host a party!


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.

 Pair of Midcentury 8 1/4 inch tall cut leaf design pilsner glasses (12899):


Craft beer in them? Sure. But hey, why not prosecco or champagne? How about a non-alcoholic drink? How about a Mimosa? Why not!


This pair of glasses is a little narrower than most pilsner glasses of the era. The horizontal band design is cut of leaves, almost a classical Laurel design.  Not sure which cocktail to make for your guests? Give them a choice of these seven:  Whiskey Sour, Bacardi, Manhattan, Daiquiri, Martini, Tom Collins or Alexander.  All with exact recipes including measurements. If you can read, well before the first round of drinks that is, you can mix up a great classic cocktail in this great classic cocktail mixing glass. 


I guess you could start with making a shaker full of one drink and see who is still standing when you get to the 7th recipe!


I love the bold graphics done in red and black on the frosted glass.  It pops!!  Who wants to add it to their barware collection?  Vintage Midcentury Federal 6 recipe 5 7/8 inch tall vintage cocktail shaker with 5 different toasts:


Not sure which cocktail to make for your guests? Give them a choice of these six:  Whiskey Sour, Bacardi, Manhattan, Daiquiri, Martini, or Alexander.  All with exact recipes including measurements. If you can read, well before the first round of drinks that is, you can mix up a great classic cocktail in this great classic cocktail mixing glass. 


You can say to your guests: "Here's to you, we met upon the circle, let us part upon the square", or "Here's to it, whatever it is!" or "Good Luck" or "Skol!" or "Prosit!"


I guess you could start with making a shaker full of one drink and see who is still standing when you get to the 6th recipe!


I love the bold graphics done in red and black on the clear glass.  Who wants to add it to their barware collection? It is in excellent condition.

Hazel-Atlas Midcentury vintage clear Cap $20.00

 

Pair of Midcentury 8 1 / 4 inch tall cut l $15.00

 

Vintage Midcentury Federal frosted glass $20.00

 

Vintage Midcentury Federal 6 recipe 5 7 / $20.00

Vitreon Queen's Lustreware set of four 5 1/2 inch tall "L" monogram hiballs:


If your first name or last name begins with the letter "L", then this set of vintage platinum rim Midcentury hiball glasses from the 1960s is for you! 


Yes, that's the ticket! This set of 4 clear with "L" monogram tumblers/hiballs stands 5 1/2 inches tall. Each one carries the monogram "L" on one side. Very heavy 3/4 inch base which gives these glasses great stability and heft. 


So, let's see, which classic cocktail would you serve in your "L" glasses?  Noritake Viewpoint grey 1978-1983 set four 4 1/2 inch champagne tall sherbet:


Champagne or cocktails ... or dessert for four? Well, apparantly this is the very situation which the Noritake Company chose to address with the introduction of their 1978-83 Viewpoint line in this smoky gray color. This elegant line is highlighted by the use of a smoke gray glass bowl on top and a one piece body of the glass. They are simply stunning.


The smoky gray color was very popular in the late 1960s through the 1970s. It was used by Holmegaard in Denmark in Per Lutken's iconic line as well as by the Libbey Glass Company of Toledo Ohio and Morgantown in West Virginia. For Noritake, I believe this line was their attempt to stay current with the times.


This shape was marketed as a "champagne/tall sherbet" glass. Each stands 4 1/2 inches tall and the bowl is 3 7/8 inches across. It would look stunning in the right Midcentury decor. Add it to your vintage barware collection today.  Noritake Viewpoint grey 1978-1983 set four 6 3/4 inch iced tea goblets:  


Iced tea as intended or just a big ass wine glass? This set of goblets is from the Noritake Company's to 1978-83 Viewpoint line in this smoky gray color. This elegant line is highlighted by the use of a smoke gray glass bowl on top and a one piece body of the glass. They are simply stunning.


The smoky gray color was very popular in the late 1960s through the 1970s. It was used by Holmegaard in Denmark in Per Lutken's iconic line as well as by the Libbey Glass Company of Toledo Ohio and Morgantown in West Virginia. For Noritake, I believe this line was their attempt to stay current with the times.


This shape was marketed as a iced tea glass. Each stands 6 7/8 inches tall and the bowl is 2 3/4 inches across. It would look stunning in the right Midcentury decor. Add it to your vintage barware collection today.  1968-1976 Anchor Hocking Fire King Meadow Green #429 9" round cake pan in great vintage condition. I love the stylized flower on it! This pattern is one of the easiest to collect. Why not start with this vintage round cake pan!

Vitreon Queen's Lustreware set of four 5 $16.00

 

Noritake Viewpoint grey 1978-1983 set fo $20.00

 

Noritake Viewpoint grey 1978-1983 set fo $20.00

 

1968-1976 Anchor Hocking Fire King Meado $10.00

This set of four 5 1/4 inch tall hiball cocktail glasses with Christmas tree, bells, a wreath, poinsettia and holly was made by the Continental Can Company whose logo is composed of three concentric stylized letter "C"s inside each other. The Continental Can Company purchased the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in 1957 but in 1964 12 of the 14 plants of Hazel-Atlas were acquired by the Brockway Glass Company. This mark thus dates these glasses are pre-1957. 


The designs on these glasses are consistent with a 1950s production date as they display some of the popular motifs used on Midcentury graphics in particular the use of highly stylized leaves and foliage wherein the leaf is either in a split style or where the veins are highlighted. I love the stylized version of the Christmas tree and ornaments in this design! In these glasses, the holly leaves are green but the veins are clear. 

One one side it states Merry Christmas while on the other side it states Happy New Year inside a bell. In terms of color, the use of forest green along with the expected red and white places these squarely in the 1950s. 


So, time to search out a vintage Midcentury cocktail book for some classic recipes as well as perhaps a vintage cocktail shaker, invite a few friends over and celebrate the season.  Lucite was considered a "space age" material after WWII although it was invented in the 1930s by DuPont. It found its way into all sorts of decorative giftware for the home, culminating perhaps in the 1970-1980 time period when it was used for wild very high end furniture. 

This 7 inch wide molded lucite trivet stand 1 inch tall and has three molded feet, here covered with protective felt pads by the original owner. I love the juxtaposition of the natural pressed flowers and ferns with the hard clear space age lucite! Two daises and two violets decorated this useful practical form, a trivet.


Given the "flower power" motif, this was most likely produced in the 1968-1978 period when the design world followed the lead of pop culture back to nature. In were the earth tones, mushroom motifs, and flowers aplenty.  Made by Hazel Atlas in the 1950s, this pattern can be found on a cocktail shaker cocktail tray and both highball tumblers and these whiskey glasses  as well as these more general "beverage" glasses (shown in next separate listing). 


The red and black band around the top part of each glass are like a stage curtain highlighting the black slat wooden bar behind which a mustachioed bartender is mixing drinks. To his right is a dapper gentleman customer holding a drink and standing next to a brass spittoon. To the left of the bartender is a lady raising her glass. She is wearing a bustle and carrying a parasol. A dog is near her feet. Hey, wait a minute, what is a lady doing in a saloon? 


These glasses are signed with the Hazel Atlas logo thus identifying the maker. 


Get your craft or classic cocktail recipes ready!  Made by Hazel Atlas in the 1950s, this pattern can be found on a cocktail shaker cocktail tray and both highball tumblers and whiskey glasses (shown in next post) as well as these more general "beverage" glasses. The red and black band around the top part of each glass are like a stage curtain highlighting the black slat wooden bar behind which a mustachioed bartender is mixing drinks. To his right is a dapper gentleman customer holding a drink and standing next to a brass spittoon. To the left of the bartender is a lady raising her glass. She is wearing a bustle and carrying a parasol. A dog is near her feet. Hey, wait a minute, what is a lady doing in a saloon?? This set of four hiball glasses has a matching set of four shorter 3 1/4 inch whiskey glasses which will be offered separately. The smaller glasses are signed with the Hazel Atlas logo thus identifying the maker. 


Get your craft or classic cocktail recipes ready!

Set of four 5 1 / 4 inch tall hiball cockt $24.00

 

Flower power mod Midcentury Lucite press $20.00

 

Vintage Hazel Atlas Gay Nineties set of $18.00

 

Vintage Hazel Atlas Gay Nineties set of $20.00

What a great looking set of cocktail glasses. This shape was marketed by many companies in the 1950-1975 time period as both a "low champagne" glass and a "sherbet" glass. Why not? Works for me!


I know they are American but have not yet succeeded in identifying the company which made them. As they say, research continues.... They stand 3" tall x 3 1/2 inches wide and feature a 3/8 inch silver rim. All are etched with a very classic "M" in a Gothic font I think. Know someone whose first or last name starts with the letter M? Well, of course you do!  It's funny that I have now purchased a third set of this Federal pattern after never seeing it before last month. This version has a silver rim added to it with embossed 6 embossed designs repeated twice around the bowl. The design is very abstract but feels Scandanavian in nature. It could even be a very abstract butterfly. 


This set of 3 5/8 inch tall footed cocktail glasses features a smoky gray foot attached to a clear round bowl. This size was listed as their "champagne / tall sherbet " but it would be a great choice for your classic or craft cocktails too! 


The set is now for sale for $20 for the set of 3, that's less than $7 each  Viking Glass Company 7 inch tall avocado green Epic Line (1957-1970) Six Petal #1436 vase with original paper label:


This striking and elegant example of American Art Glass was produced by the Viking Glass Company as part of their "Epic" line. This Viking Epic vase was shown in the 1957-1960 Viking catalogs. It measures 7 1/2 inches tall. The color of the glass? Avocado green, baby! The company called it olive green. It is ready to sit on your Midcentury Modern credenza and give it a pop of late 1960s color.


This line was full of biomorphic shapes most likely inspired by what was being produced in Scandanavia and Denmark at the time. It is a striking color and it's a modern shape and would blend in well with many Midcentury Modern decors as an accent piece.  set of 4 Midcentury smoke gray 3 1/4 inch rocks glasses with T Monogram:


If your first name or last name begins with the letter "T", then this set from the 1960s is for you! The font is known as "Old English" or "Old Gothic". This smoke gray color debuted in the mid 1950s and quickly became a best seller for firms such as Libbey, Federal, Morgantown, etc. Holmegaard in Denmark made a lot of glass in this color. I think this is a Federal Glass Company shape.

 

This set of 4 smoke gray with "T" monogram rocks glasses stands 3 1/4 inches tall and holds 8 ounces. Each one carries the monogram "T" on one side. Very heavy 5/8 inch base which gives these glasses great stability and heft. 


 So, let's see, which classic cocktail would you serve in your "T" glasses? Manhattan maybe?

Vintage American Midcentury set four mon $20.00

 

Set of 3 Federal Glass Midcentury Nordic $32.00

 

Viking Glass Company 7 inch tall avocado $30.00

 

4 Midcentury smoke gray 3 1 / 4 inch rocks $24.00

These Libbey Accent line 9 ounce Rocks glasses were #374 in their 1970-1979 catalogs. The color is a smoky brown clear color they named tawny. The shape and the decoration were designed by one of the few female industrial designers. Her name was Freda Diamond (1905-1998) and she was the head designer at Libbey Glass Company from 1942-1979. She helped them pioneer inexpensive highly decorative tumblers, stemware and barware. She is responsible for the Accent, Impromptu, Ripple, Tempo, Stardust lines and many more. Life magazine named her "Designer for Everybody" in 1954. The decorative motif on this line was called Brown Camelia. It was produced for one year only in 1973. I like the very graphic pop art flower power feel of the design. Here is how it was advertised when it was introduced in the 1970 Pacesetter Catalog: "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." This Accent line won an award in the 1970 National Housewares Manufacturers Design Competition. On 1972 it was advertised as "Bold, formal, casual, Old World look or New. Over the 9 years it was available in these colors: crystal (9 years), Tawny (9 years), Olive (6 years), Dusky Blue (2 years) and Gold (2 years). A modern classic. indeed.  Libbey set 4 1980s Golf tee and Golf Ball 14 oz. double old fashioned rocks glasses:


This set of Libbey double old fashioned glasses is in its original packaging. It includes its patent numbers: 4,735,314, 4,875,585 and 4,890,737 as well as a Canada Patent 1989 1,253,464.


The design of the package is pretty underwhelming as opposed to the great boxes and graphic design in the 1950-1970 period. I will probably take them out of the package to sell them as I have not yet seen much collector interest among the vintage barware buyers.


So, here ya go. 14 ounces of space to be filled with liquor....er....liquid.  I suggest you fill them after you play a round of golf, but, hey, you never know what might improve your golf game. ;)  A very nice Peacock blue pair of candleholders in the popular Barton pattern. Introduced in the 1960s by the Morgantown Glass Company as line #9935, part of their Midcentury Decor Line. They are about 3 13/16 inches high and 2 3/8 inches diameter.  This 10 inch bud vase was decorated by the Lotus Glass Company but the blank is by the West Virginia Specialty Glass Company. Tall and stunning and ready for a rose.


Excellent condition.

Libbey set 4 Tawny Accent rocks with Bro $16.00

 

Libbey set 4 1980s Golf tee and Golf Bal $32.00

 

Morgantown Barton Peacock Blue pair cand $15.00

 

Lotus decorated West Virginia Specialty $16.00

This Midcentury Modern classic design was created by the Viking Glass Company. This line was called "Epic" and it is! The Epic Line from Viking Art Glass was produced from 1956 to 1975. Instead of placing two handles at each side as in a more traditional glass design, the designer included a handle in the middle which also serves as a divider so that the candy dish has more functionality.


It measures 8 1/2 inches long x 6 inches wide. The color of the glass? Avocado green, baby! The company called it "olive green". It is ready to sit on your Midcentury Modern credenza and give it a pop of late 1960s color.  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.  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!

Viking Midcentury avocado green biomorph $30.00

 

Libbey set (4) smoke charcoal double old $20.00

 

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

 

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

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 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.

 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 12 oz Beverage glasses.  Each stands 4 3/4 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.

Morgantown Crinkle Peacock Blue pitcher $45.00

 

Bryce El Rancho set 4 Amethyst tumblers $24.00

 

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

 

Libbey glass set 4 Tawny Accent 12 ounce $16.00

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 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'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 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches wide, the bowl is 2 1/4 inches 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.

Libbey glass set 4 Tawny Accent 9 oz. Ro $16.00

 

Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold ball jug $12.50

 

4 Anchor Hocking Lido Honey Gold zombies $16.00

 

set 4 Libbey Golden Foliage cocktail gob $20.00

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.

 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).

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

 

Morgantown Crinkle Peacock Blue pitcher $30.00

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 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).

 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 sherbet $5.00

 

trio Anchor Hocking Lido Milano 12 0z tu $10.00

  



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