Depression Glass, Fenton, Duncan and Miller, Fostoria, Cambridge, Two J's, Imperial
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1960 item #1266230 (stock #NM15Wine)
Two J's
$12.00
These red wines, sold individually, are from the decanter set known as "No. 15". It never had a name. Wines hold about 3.5 oz. Made by the New Martinsville Co. in the 1950's. 5 are available.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1940 item #1266211 (stock #FenPlymWtr)
Two J's
$18.00
Fenton Plymouth was produced from 1933-37. Two are available (notice the size difference 6.25" and 6.5") They hold 10 oz. Both in excellent condition. Red always was a bit amberina in this time period.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1970 item #1266205 (stock #AHiceTs)
Two J's
$5.00
Made in the 1950's by Anchor Hocking, these 6.5" tall ice teas have six different decal on them -- Do Si Do, Gas Buggy, A Bicycle for Two, Partners All, Surrey with Fringe on Top, and The Hansom. All in mint condition. Each one sold separately, so please indicate which one(s). The number of tumblers in each pattern, we have: 2 DoSiDo, 2 Gas Buggy, 1 A Bicycle for Two, 6 Partners All, 1 Surrey with Fringe on Top, and 1 The Hansom. When ordering, please notate quantity and which printing.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Art Glass : Pre 1960 item #1261807 (stock #FenIG7v)
Two J's
$65.00
Fenton made Ivy Overlay from 1949-53. This vase is 7" tall (the largest in this shape--they made a smaller one, 5.5", also listed) and is in mint condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1950 item #1261131 (stock #DMSandSkrZ)
Two J's
$18.00
Produced by Duncan & Miller from 1924-55 in the Sandwich pattern, this pair of individual, 2.5" high shakers are in mint condition. One pair is available.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1960 item #1261130 (stock #FenGSC9v)
Two J's
$115.00
Fenton made this Green Snowcrest 9" vase from 1950-53. It is in mint condition.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Glass : Contemporary item #1260336 (stock #FentonAtlBel)
Two J's
$65.00
Fenton made this highly popular bell for it's 100th year (2005). Known as the Atlantis Bell, it still has the original silver label and is in mint condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1970 item #1259808 (stock #FenHNSlipr)
Two J's
$14.00
Fenton made this Colonial Amber Hobnail Slipper in the early 1960's. In mint condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1940 item #1259492 (stock #JeantCB9)
Two J's
$19.00
Pink Cherry Blossom Depression Glass Dinner Plate (9" across). Made by the Jeannette Glass Company from 1930 to 1939. Excellent condition & satisfaction is guaranteed. 3 are available.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1980 item #1259491 (stock #ImpCWwater)
Two J's
$19.00
Imperial Candlewick Water Goblet #3400. Stem 9 ounces. Made by Imperial Glass starting in 1936. Excellent condition and satisfaction guaranteed. 5 are available, 7.4" tall.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Glass : Contemporary item #1259488 (stock #FenDLCobltV)
Two J's
$95.00
This Dancing Ladies vase in Royal Blue (cobalt) with Snow Crest was made in 2011 -- the last year of Fenton production. Dancing Ladies is an old mold standing 7" tall and 5.5" across the top. The Ladies' image is that of Isadore Duncan, a modern dancer from the 1920's. In mint condition.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Contemporary item #1259486 (stock #FenDLV7vase)
Two J's
$95.00
This Dancing Ladies vase in Vaseline with Cobalt Crest was made in 2011 -- the last year of Fenton production. Dancing Ladies is an old mold standing 7" tall and 5.5" across the top. The Ladies' image is that of Isadore Duncan, a modern dancer from the 1920's. In mint condition with paper silver label.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Art Glass : Pre 1960 item #1259484 (stock #FenPDOcranv)
Two J's
$175.00
Polka Dot in Cranberry Opalescent (January 1955-July 1956). Originally, nineteen different pieces were produced. This squat vase is 7" in diameter and 3.5" high is in mint condition! Any questions, please ask.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1970 item #1257542 (stock #AHBLcns)
Two J's
$28.00
Bubble was made between 1934-65. This Sapphire Blue creamer and sugar are in excellent condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1980 item #1257460 (stock #ImpCS11bwl)
Two J's
$42.00
Imperial made Candlewick from 1936-1982. This 11" wide,3.5" deep bowl is in mint condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1940 item #1256451 (stock #MGTNgbCOShry)
Two J's
$28.00
Morgantown made the pattern Golfball from 1931-39. Cobalt blue is the most popular color to collect. We have four 2.5 oz. sherry cordials available. Priced per stem and hard to find. All in mint condition and are about 4.5" tall.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Art Glass : Pre 1960 item #1253844 (stock #GdsnV3)
Two J's
$125.00
Made in the 1950's, master glass artist Gundersen created this cased vase using cranberry and custard glass. Many people will mistake it as "burmese" glass -- it is definitely a cased glass. Measures 3" high by 4.5" wide. It does have a pontil on the bottom. In mint condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Depression Glass : Pre 1930 item #1252923 (stock #HuntCO)
Two J's
$35.00
When I looked up this Cobalt Stem made by the Huntington Tumbler Company, I didn't realize that they had two styles: "Ding" and "Dong" -- Really!! It's in the Hazel Weatherman's Book 2. We have three of these stems (Ding), all in mint condition. Who said that glass companies had no sense of humor?