Vintage 2012 glass. It is no longer use by McDonalds. It was used as a milkshake glass by McDonald's at one time. In excellant condition, clean, and ready to use or display. It is englossed with 1955, and the McDonald's emblem on the glass itself.
Vintage 1930s. Amber colored carnival depression glass which has been molded into a hand vase. The fingers are so elegantly molded and in perfect condition. The top has a rigged design perfect for holding the floral arrangement into place. In perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
10-piece set. Punch bowl, stand , and 8 punch drinking cups. Comprised of ruby red depression glass. The punch bowl has a ruby red depression glass stand that it sits on to give it the unique look you see here. I hand picked this at a sale I was at in Pittsboro.
Vintage 1920's. A delicate single bud flower vase made out of red cranberry depression glass with sterling silver overlay in the shape of flowers on the sides, a sterling silver base, and a sterling silver top piece as well. It is a natural dark red in color. The bright red picture you see here, is the vase outside in the sunlight.
also known as the "King's Crown" because of the design on the glass. They are early 1900s. Comprised of ruby red cranberry depression glass and clear glass. The red glass part has an etched flower design while the clear glass has an etched thumbprint design. The bottom has an etched sun design. No chips or cracks.
Vintage 1970s. Comprised of cranberry red depression glass with no chips or cracks. It doesn't have the ringer with it. It has a diamond cut etched design all the way around and on the top of the handle. The bottom has a bumped edge all the way around. In perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
sold as a set of 3. Vintage 1930s. Comprised of pink depression glass with the base having a textured starburst type edge. The dish itself has an etched fruit design with the dish being deep and perfectly circular. No chips or cracks.
In Mint Condition. Measures 10 1/2" across, 5" tall, and roughly 4 1/2" deep. Vintage 1980s, is handmade, and is made from cobalt blue depression glass. It has a gold leaf rim and a bubble textured design. It has the Dalzell paper stamp on the bottom. In perfect condition with no chips or cracks. Hand picked because of the beautiful design and bought at an auction.
Vintage 1960s. Comprised of marigold carnival depression glass with a wonderful but intriguing etched design both not only on the sides of the dish but on the bottom as well. The dish is in perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
Vintage 1940s. In perfect condition. Turns purple in the light. A 2-handled trophy style vase with etched/embossed dancing maidens, and was manufactured by the L.E. Smith Glass Company. It has a square base and a ruffled upper edge. It is perfect for showcasing a small bouquet of flowers on your table or perfect as a stand-alone decoration on your favorite shelf. In excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
This beautiful ribbed green depression glass dish was produced in Cleveland, Ohio for E. O. Brady Company. What makes it so desirable with collectors is the fact that it was maunfactured in the 1960's prior to Anchor Hocking purchasing both Indiana and the Brody companies. It measures 2 1/2" tall and 6 1/4" in diameter. It is Vintage 1960's.
Sold as a set of 2. Vintage 1930's. Made of green uranium vaseline depression glass and glows when placed under a black light. A wonderful edition to any kitchen or as a collectible item. In perfect condition with no chips or cracks.
Vintage 1950s jadeite green milk depression glass vase. Manufactured by the McKee Glass Company located in Pittsburgh, Pa. Stunning triangular Jadeite vase with a woman on all 3 sides. The women are high relief complemented by a criss cross pattern on the entire vase.
A beautiful pure white milk glass candy/nut dish made E.O.Brody Company. It is Vintage 1960. Stamped on the bottom E.O. Brody Co 4 M3000. It measures 6 1/2" tall and 5 1/4" in diameter. It has a ribbed design throughout and is in excellent condition.
3 piece mold, It is a vintage white milk glass vinegar bottle with a banner wrapped around the circumference of the bottle that reads "1939 World's Fair" with the image of a world map in the background. These particular style bottles were used to store vinegar in at the time.
This is a beautiful Noritake fine bone china bowl. It is white glaze, with a matte glaze, engraved Pennsylvania Dutch-type design on the outside, with a wide gold band on the rim, with a narrow gold band about 1/2" down on the inside.