Dimensions (approximate) : 11" tall, base is 3 1/2" in diameter, & the flared opening is about 5 1/2". The throat is much is approximately 1 3/4"
This patterns has never been reproduced.
This item is in excellent vintage condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs.
Reference : Glass Toothpick Holders by Bredehoft and Samford 2nd edition, page 128.- The newer ones made after 1940 have a cupped and stippled base.
Originally this particular type of glass was developed in 1885 by the Mt. Washington glass Company. Queen Victoria named the glass "Burmese" because the beautiful blend of colors reminded her of sunset in Burma.
This is an older ( 1970's ) ruffle top basket in excellent condition. It is approximately 8 1/2" tall with the handle, 7" in diameter and 4" tall without the handle.
It has the beautiful Roses design. It is signed on the bottom "hand Painted J. Wilson."
There are no chips, no cracks, no repairs. This carnival glass bowl is in excellent vintage condition.
Crystal pitchers have never been reproduced to date. It is in excellent condition.
Fenton Hobnail milk glass has become an institution. Never has a glass pattern met with such enduring popularity. It is as beautiful as it is authentic in its early American styling. It's beauty is timeless.
Each glass is 7" tall. The opening of the bowl is 2 1/2" in diameter.