Hazel Atlas Glass Co. made Moderntone. This dinner plate is 8 7/8". It's in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Tiffin Glass Co. made Jungle Assortment from 1922-34. These candy jars are in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Lovely carved agate lotus flower form bowl. Within the stone is a tantalizing banding pattern, which is enhanced when displayed with light shining through it. Measurements: 1.75 inches tall by approximately 5.00 inches in diameter (4.45cm by 12.70cm). Excellent Condition. Stone has a flaw near center of bowl...
Carved agate lobed bowl with especially beautiful patterns in the stone. Measurements: 2.37 inches tall by 6.25 inches long and 3.50 inches wide (6.02cm by 15.88cm by 8.89cm. Excellent Condition. There is an inclusion in the larger of the two central lobes measuring about 0.25 inches long. It is not a serious detraction, however.
Carved agate Shoulao with Deer, Crane and Peach in a Peach form cave. Wonderful use of the material. Measurements: 5.00 inches tall, by 3.75 inches wide by roughly 1.50 inches thick (12.70cm by 9.53cm by 3.81cm). Excellent Condition.
This Miao silver drinking horn would have used for special occasions i.e. prospective in-laws visiting etc. The horn is small 6.5 inches from tip to far rim. The reposse design of dragon and fish is mirrored on each side of the horn.
A set of five Japanese Fukagawa porcelain bowls and covers, each decorated in gold, iron red and underglaze blue, with a delicate design of maple branches. Marked on the bottom with a Mt. Fuji (and river) logo of the Fukagawa Seiji Porcelain Company, circa 1920-1940.
Approx. Dimensions of Bowls 4" (10.1cm) in diameter and 2 3/8" (5.5cm) in height. Lids, 3.5" (9.5cm) in diameter. Total 3" (7.5cm) in height.
Black man rag doll with wonderfully detailed face and clothing. Head is made of a sock; button eyes and teeth with a charming overbite. Male dolls are far, far more rare than females. Excellent condition. Measures 15" tall with hat. Pennsylvania origin; circa 1910.
Early 20th C clay Hakata doll of a Japanese man seated about to pour a cup of tea.
In good condition with no repairs, or cracks, except for some minor loss of paint on the clothing (as seen in the photos). Measures: 7.5" high
Duncan and Miller Tear Drop 3.5" ice cream dish (sherbet). This pattern was produced starting in the 1930's and continued until the demise of the company in 1955. 8 are available, all in excellent condition.
This wonderfully done Alms bowl was produced in Yixing probably designed for the Taiwan market It was probably made around 1940 and there is an inexplicable inscription referring to a Ming emperor. Very good condition. I have never seen one before.
Moonstone is the name of this opalescent hobnail pattern that was produced by Hocking Glass Company from 1941 to 1946. Offered here is the sugar bowl in excellent condition. It still has the original label attached! (If you want one without a label, I have another sugar bowl, also excellent condition, for $10.Please specify which you'd like.) See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Old Cafe is a smaller pattern produced by Hocking from 1936 to 1938. Offered here is the 10 inch dinner plate in pink in excellent condition, I have 4 available. Price is per plate. These are very difficult to find, so grab them while you can. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Princess is another of Hocking's very popular Depression Glass patterns. It was produced from 1931 to 1934 and is very much in demand today. Offered here is the 9 1/2 inch bowl in pink satin in excellent condition. This bowl is referred to as the 'hat shaped bowl' for obvious reasons. the hand painted flowers are still in excellent condition, as can be seen in the pictures. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Oyster and Pearl was produced by Hocking Glass Company from 1938 to 1940. It's one of their small patterns, with only 8 different items available to compliment the other Hocking patterns of the time. Offered here is the 6 1/2 inch handled bon bon bowl in ruby in excellent condition. I have 5 available, price is per bowl.
The Spiral pattern was produced by many different companies during the Depression. Offered here is the low candy jar & lid in green in that was produced by Hocking Glass during the 1930's. Excellent condition, see my other listings for more in this pattern.
Royal Ruby was the color name of this Anchor Hocking red glassware. Produced from 1938 to the early 1960's, it was used for dinnerware lines as well as tumblers, pitchers and numerous occasional pieces. Offered here is the flat creamer and sugar bowl in excellent condition. This style is shape #4000, the same molds that were used for the Turquoise Blue line. Price is for the set. See my other listings for more in this lovely color.