These Cambridge Glass Company/ Morgantown glass Works cocktail in chrome holders came in Amber,emerald,amethyst, and other colors.
There are not Farber Bros. They are Farberware and from the 1950's.
ALL BUT THE AMBER STEM ARE SOLD.
This Akro Agate lady milk glass powder jar is 6 3/8" tall. The diameter of the base is 3 7/8". It is hallmarked "Made in the U.S. of America." It also has the AKro Agate mark in the center. This item is in excellent condition. There are no repairs, no chips and no cracks.
This Aladdin green Washington Drape oil lamp does not have the "A" on the bottom to be called emerald green. It is a green crystal lamp made circa 1940-1941. It has a plain stem. It is Gorgeous. It came with a milk glass shade straight from the estate.
This cake stand is 6 1/2" tall. There are no chips, no cracks, no hairlines, and no repairs to this item. This item is in excellent condition. It has a number of straw marks. The inside diameter of the rim is 9".
This American Sweetheart "Monax" luncheon plate is actually 8 7/8". There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to this item. This item was made by the MacBeth-Evans Glass company 1930-1936.
This Berwick Burple ice tea stem / tumbler is sometimes referred to as forest green "inspiration pattern". There were made by Anchor Hocking from 1950-1965. These stems are in excellent condition.
This candy box is 6 1/4" to the top of the finial and in diameter. It's a very pretty piece that you do not see very often. It would make a great addition to anyone collecting elegant glass.
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There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs to any of these Cameo low sherbets. They are in excellent condition. These were made between 1930-1934
The front half of the bootee is horizontally ribbed and has two small flowers below the opening,. The rest is covered with a small diamond pattern except for a strip of ribbing in the back. The sole is completely hollow. It is 4 1/8" long and 2 1/4" high. Circa 1900.
This pattern was made by Hazel Atlas Glass Company between 1930 and 1936. Green is the most popular color in this pattern. This item is in excellent vintage condition. There are no chips, cracks or repairs to this item.
I am unable to find a particular maker for these whiskey glasses. They are pictured in Cobalt Blue Glass by Monica Lynn Clements and Patricia Rosser Clements, Schiffer 1998
This Consolidated Cased Glass Regent line cookie jar in aqua blue color is 6 1/2" tall with a diameter of 6 1/2" and a mouth opening of 4".