At 11 inches in diameter, this gorgeous stretch glass bowl is one of the larger ones produced by the H. Northwood & Company of Wheeling, West Virginia, during its stretch glass years, 1916-1925. In Northwood's fabulous jade blue, the delicate iridescence adds a sparkling appeal to the stretch finish at the outer rim of the bowl.Measures 3-1/2 inches high, with a rim diameter of 11 inches and a base diameter of 3-3/8 inches. There is a small, shallow (1/8 x 1/16) nick at t..
A spectacular Mt Washington / Smith Brothers melon ribbed art glass biscuit jar, circa 1880 to 1900 and signed with the Smith Brothers Trademark rampant lion in shield mark. The mold-blown jar is made with an opal milk-white glass that is then brought to its full glory with a flat satin finish and hand-painted with pink roses, front and back.The jar stands 5-1/2" high to the rim that measures 4-3/4" in diameter. The inner edge of the rim is unpolished and somewhat rough, and ..
A sweet 1940s vintage aqua crest flared crimped 7" bowl, introduced by Fenton Art Glass in 1941 as # 203 and discontinued a couple of years later (1943). Measuring 7-1/8" wide at the widest point, the crimped edge is done in a graceful rolling wave at two sides, reaching its highest point at 3-1/4". The foot is 2-1/4" wide.In fabulous condition, with no nicks, chips, or cracks noted. Unmarked, as was the case with all Fenton glass until the 1970s...
Fenton first produced its 3917 hobnail star-shaped creamer and sugar set in the mid-1950s, with the milk glass version discontinued in 1984. This Fenton hobnail milk glass creamer and sugar set is in excellent condition, with both the star-shaped rims and all of the hobs free of damage. Standing approximately 2-3/4 inch high, the sugar is 5 inch in diameter (handle to handle), while the creamer is 4-1/4 inch across, handle to pour spout. Manufactured prior to the early 1970..
This Fenton treasure is the 9 inch crimped fruit bowl (ware #846) in mandarin red, a piece and opaque color combination that was produced only in 1934, long before Fenton began marking its glassware. According to Whitmyer's 'Fenton Art Glass 1907-1939,' mandarin red had a short production run, from 1933 through 1935, with these marbled pieces causing the 'greatest excitement' among collectors.This fabulous flared rim, crimped bowl stands 3-1/2" high and measures 9 inches in d..