The hexagonal glass on the pair of candle holders has a clarity seldom found today. They were made in the 1920's and are in excellent condition with no problems. They stand 8.5" tall. We have one pair and they are $110.00 plus postage and insurance.
The sugar and lid are in great condition, but the creamer is missing a lid and has a very tiny flaw on the rim. It was made by the Campbell Jones Company,Pittsburgh,Pa. in 1870.I am only charging for the sugar and lid, but including both pieces.rice is $49.00 plus postage and insurance.The sugar measures 7.25" high .
This great old bowl was made in 1891 and is in perfect condition guaranteed. All of the lattice work is still intact. It is 8" wide and 2.5" high.The price is $38.00 plus postage and insurance.
I believe this pitcher to be from the Dugan line in 1907. It is in excellent condition with enameled flowers and reeded handle. It measures 9.5" high and 6" wide. the price is $75.00 plus postage.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Duncan and Miller : Pre 1900 item #1098406 (stock #4501)
This glass flower insert was made in the early 1890's. The glass is perfect,but the metal has worn some.The piece is being reduced to $35.00 plus postage and insurance.
This Diamond point column 11" tall Fenton vase was made in 1907 The opalescent book says it is rare. There is a shear mark on the base from when it was made, but otherwise it is in guaranteed excellent condition. It is being sold for $149.00 plus postage and insurance. It measures 3.50" wide.
These stately Corinthian Columns are 8" high and 3.5" wide. They were made by Fostoria from 1901 to 1925. They have a cut and polish base with a ground pontil and polished square top.They are sparkling clear with no flaws.The postage and insurance are free in the US only.
This Long Butress covered jar has a shear mark on the base inside where the molten glass was cut,but the glass itself is in excellent condition. The metal top has some wear. It was made from 1904-13 and is 5.25" high and 3.5" wide. We are selling the piece for $30.00 plus postage and insurance.
This wheel cut sugar shaker is 6.25" high and 2.5" wide. It is in guaranteed excellent condition and is blown glass made before 1900. It is being sold for $48.00 plus postage and insurance.
This molded pitcher pitcher has flying birds in a three dimensional sculptured look. The pitcher is in excellent condition and has an ice lip. It measures 9.5" high and 7"wide with the handle. It holds 1.5 pints,I only have the one piece.The price is $29.00 plus postage and insurance.
When I purchased this item I thought it would be easy to identify by the knob on the lid because it is so distinctive but it is the base and shape of the item and cuttings that looks like Hobbs Brockunier. It is in prime condition and was made in the late 1800's. It measures 9" high and 4.5" wide. The price is $35.00 plus postage and insurance. The insurance will be $1.95.
These Daisy and Buttons pattern glass tumblers are in excellent condition (guaranteed). The base also has the design and are ground around the pattern. They measure 3.75" high and 3" wide. Each glass holds 7 oz. of liquid. The price of $44.00 is for 4 tumblers plus postage and insurance. Two have been sold. they were made in the late 1800's. I will sell them for $20.00 each.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Indiana Glass : Pre 1920 item #1088307 (stock #1559)
This paneled Heather comport measures 7.75" high and 5.5" wide. It is in guaranteed excellent condition.It was made around 1911. It is being sold for $29.00 plus postage and insurance. I just have one.
This Northwood gold and red apples and roses pattern is 11" across with a scalloped top. The bowl is in excellent condition and was made in 1906. A rare find. It is being sold for $55.00 plus postage and insurance.
This cranberry dot or spot optic pitcher was made in the early 1900's.It has a reeded crystal handle,ball shaped and round neck. It measures 8.5"high and 7.5" wide. It is in excellent condition with no problems. (guaranteed )The price is $175.00 plus postage and insurance.
This guest set or tumble up was made in the early 1900's by Phoenix. It is in guaranteed excellent condition.It measures8" high and 4.5" width.The tumbler holds 8oz.The price is $125.00 plus postage and insurance.
This English made Sowerby toothpick holder or basket weave wall match holder was made in 1881 and is in excellent condition. It has the Sowerby emblem on the bottom and inside is a crown at the top of a triangle. On the inside of the triangle is the letters RD.The piece measures 4" high and 2.5" wide.The depth is 2.5". The piece is being offered for $39.00plus postage and insurance.
This great old toothpick holder in the Colorado pattern has an inscription on it that says "Nazareth Fair." 1914 . They began making this pattern in 1898. The gold is quite good, but there is a little missing on the top edge. It is being offered for $45.00 plus postage and insurance. It measures 2.75" high and 2.5" wide.