A depression era glass ladle or spoon, originally used for mayonnaise sets but great for serving any condiment or sauce. The crystal clear spoon measures 5" long, with the outer rim of the bowl at 1-7/8" in diameter. In excellent condition, with no nicks, chips, or cracks...
A gorgeous crystal art glass cordial liquor decanter with rich red enameled grape vines, all hand-painted and trimmed in gold around the decanter's teardrop belly. The short tapered foot, spout rim, bubble stopper, and handle all have a gilt trim, with both ends of the applied handle adorned by a trefoil leaf.
Standing 9" high to the stopper top, I'm uncertain as to whether this decanter would have been used for dessert wine, as a vinegar cruet, or simply for display.
Lovely crystal Fostoria divided two-part relish dish (#2496), in the Baroque pattern and finished with the Navarre etching (#327). Dish measures 8" long, handle to handle, 6-1/4" wide, and 1-5/8" high. In very good condition, with a shallow flake-type chip on the underside of one foot and minimal signs of use...
To the average person, it looks like a green glass violin bottle, but seasoned collectors will recognize this as one of the more challenging LV viobots to acquire. With a curved measure of notes near the shoulders, across the back, the determining element - an embossed JAPAN on the underside - confirms that this bottle is of the uncommon type, at least hard to find and some might classify rare.
Standing 9-5/8" high and 4-1/4" wide at the base, this bottle is in fabulou..
Offering a lovely American Sweetheart creamer and two-handled sugar bowl by MacBeth-Evans Glass Co., in its translucent-edged white known as Monax. The American Sweetheart pattern is delicate in appearance yet durable in use, making it one of the more appreciated Depression patterns, produced from 1930 to 1936. The sugar bowl measures approx. 3-1/2" high, with a rim diameter of 3-3/8" (5" handle to handle), while the creamer measures 3-3/8" high at the side rim (3-5/8" at the..
For the discriminating collector of sheer elegant depression era glass, offered here is a beautiful pair of pink Fostoria high sherbet stems (#5098) finished in the Versailles pattern. Measures 6" tall, with a rim diameter of 3-7/8" and a 6 ounce capacity, the cup is a delicate pink while the stem is crystal clear. Versailles was manufactured from 1928 to 1944.
There are three tiny flea bites around one rim, while the other stem has two. As you can see from the last phot..
Offering a lovely pair of ruby red wine glasses in the Lincoln Inn pattern by Fenton Art Glass, dating from the late 1920s to circa 1940, a time that predated the marking of Fenton wares. Each footed wine glass stands approx. 5-7/8" with a flared rim diameter of 3-5/8" and a 6-ounce capacity. (As these glasses were all hand finished, there's an ever-so-slight variation in height and rim flare.) These glasses are similar in size to the water goblets, which stand approx. 1/8..
Fabulous set of 12 signed Hawkes cut crystal stems that I believe to be sherry wine glasses in the Munster pattern, on Stem #4074. A band of three offset rows of strawberry diamonds wraps around the upper half of the bowl's flared rim, while a single row of oval thumbprints floats near the bowl base, above the elegant knob stem. Stem stands approx. 4" high (with slight variance in height, stem to stem) on a smooth round base; rim diameter just shy of 3". Signed Hawkes in b..
Every now and then, I stumble upon something old (or at least older) that is still in the box, kept new. Offered here is a boxed set of eight 12-ounce Gay Fad hand-decorated sham glasses or tumblers dating to the late 1940s or 1950s and featuring a variety of Dickens characters — two each from David Copperfield, Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, and A Christmas Carol — along with an informational fold-out. The characters represented by these Gay Fad tumblers include:David Copper..
Signed Hawkes cut crystal liquor cocktail stem in the Munster pattern, on Stem #4074. A band of three offset rows of strawberry diamonds wraps around the upper half of the bowl’s flared rim, while a single row of oval thumbprints floats near the bowl base, above the elegant knob stem. Stem stands 4” high on a smooth round base; 3-1/8” rim diameter. Signed Hawkes in block letters. In crystal clear, excellent condition, with no nicks, chips, cracks or other damage noted.
Cute, cute, cute! Pair of figural open salts / salt cellar dips, with the duck body serving as the individual salt bowl, and the head decorated on each side with red enamel in the eyes. Although unsigned, 5000 Open Salts by Heacock & Johnson lists these as having been made in West Germany and originally marked with a paper label. Measuring 3" long from the tail to the beak and 1-3/8" wide, one of the ducks has a nick on the inside of the rim and another ..
Vintage blue beveled roof E.G. Booz's Old Cabin Whiskey House glass figural bottle, with the year 1840 embossed on one side of the roof, and the name (E.G. Booz's Old Cabin Whiskey) embossed on the other side of the beveled roof and one side of the house. The opposite side of the cabin or house shows the address: 120 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
This bottle stands approx. 7-5/8" high, 4-1/16" wide, and 3" deep (at the roof line), and has a round recessed area on the base..