This really pretty crystal clear Miss America depression glass 10 Ounce Water Goblet was made by Hocking Glass from 1933 to 1937. This Goblet measures 5 1/2 Inches high X 3 1/4 Inches in diameter at the top. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Be sure to search our other Miss America available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.
This cut glass crystal perfume lamp is pictured in the book, Made In Czechoslovakia, by Ruth A. Forsythe. It is shown on page 64 in blue. The perfume lamp we have here is pink. There is a slight recessed area at the top of the globe were a drop of perfume would be placed and the light bulb would warm the perfume. The warmed perfume would scent the boudoir. The globe itself is hollow. There is a cut out area on the base were the cord would be. We do not have any electric parts for this lamp...
Beautiful, very elegant silver overlay vase with a bright blue background and silver overlay small leaves all over. It measures 13" tall x 6" diameter at the top, 10" diameter in the middle, and 5" at the bottom. The size of this vase makes it a very impressive piece, and the silver is everywhere. It is in beautiful condition, and is signed Thomas Ivory, Germany US Zone, Bavaria.
Among the most whimsical cocktail jiggers to be found. This silver plated jockey's cap has measuring increments for one, two or three ounces incised upon the back, A notch on each side of the bill allows for pouring. Made by Napier famous for their original penguin cocktail shaker design. Connecticut circa 1930's. Dimensions: 3" W, 3 1/2" D, 1 3/4" H.
Figural silver "Cock"-Tail picks. Each with enameling upon the rooster finial in red, green and blue. The set-of-six bearing hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham 1928. Original fitted silk and satin lined case. Dimensions: 3" L Each.
Whimsical and unusual ! A black enameled barrel houses three stacking cocktail bar shot glasses. A twist of the top section releases it to reveal the jiggers within. Made in Germany circa 1940's. Dimensions: 2 1/4" H, 1 5/8" H Each shot.
Nice quality and design. Silver plated mechanical tong with lush sky blue enamels for ice or olives. Made in Oslo, Norway by Albert Scharning circa 1930's. 9 1/8" L.
Art Deco glass and enamelled shade in the form of a planet with its rings, made circa 1930. The red parts have a textured surface, see photographs. The shade measures approximately 21cm high and 19.5cm in diameter. The shade’s opening external diameter is 10cm. The photographs show the shade from all sides. The condition is excellent with no damage or any repairs, this I guarantee, see my returns policy. I am happy to ship worldwide. Please email if you have any questions. (2.5 cm = 1 inch).
This really nice Childs Ranger Joe Ranch Mug was made by Hazel Atlas. This Mug is milk white with red design and lettering. It is signed HA and is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. The cowboy design and lettering is all very good. Be sure to search our other childrens items available.
Warm for your table rolls is what it says on the front. There are instructions on the back. This bread warmer was made by Frankoma and is also marked on the back along with USA. It is 5 1/4" wide and stands about 1/2" tall. There are no chips or damage. Circa 1950's.
A very nice Frankoma toothpick. It is marked on the base FP 1T. It stands 2 3/8" tall. The top is 2" across. The base is 1 7/8" wide. The color is brown. There are no chips or damage. Great condition!
This signed Waterford crystal liquor glass stands about 3" tall. the top is 1 7/8" across and the base is 1 5/8" tall. The base has a rayed star cut on it. There are no chips or damage. Circa 1970.
This lusterware pitcher is a souvenir of Niagara Falls New York. It shows a picture of Prospect Point Falls on the front.The handle and spout are black. It stands 4 1/4" tall. The edge of the handle across to the edge of the spout is 4 3/8". The base measures about 2 1/4" across. Manufacture unknown. Circa 1920's
This mold for gelatin salad or pudding is from the Depression era circa 1930's. There is a maritime theme with the top of the mold showing an anchor and chain. The opening measures 5 3/8" by about 4". It stands about 3" tall. There is some inside mold roughness on the rim and there are air bubbles within the glass.
This Royal Doulton stein stands 140mm high and is decorated with the New Cavaliers pattern (pattern D4749) and the Lion and Shield border decoration. This pattern was introduced in 1907 and extended until 1931. It is in excellent condition and dates from around 1930.