Just listed this beautiful square cake stand. It is one of the most popular EAPG patterns, Crystal Wedding. It's in very good condition, and available here!
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014
Six wonderful ship coasters, with gold detail. These are made in Japan, but I have seen the exact coasters made by Fornasetti, which are very expensive. This set is available here.
Nice old Virginia Military Institute dance card from 1936. Autographed in the back by Tommy Dorsey. Just marked this down, maybe you know an autograph collector or someone who collects VMI memorabilia. It's available here.
I also have one for Jan Garber, dated 1937. It's available here.
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
I just love the detail on this ice bucket. I have not found another like it while searching the internet. It would be wonderful for a wedding or anniversary. There is a perfect spot on both sides for engraving.
This Champagne ice bucket is available here.
Monday, April 21, 2014
Forest Green Tumblers from Anchor Hocking in the Georgian pattern. I love this deep green!
They are available here.
A lovely EAPG pitcher from McKee Glass in the Sextec pattern.
I love this soup tureen by Furnivals in their Cairo pattern. Wouldn't this look great on your dinner table?
Saturday, April 19, 2014
I love this, it would look great by the fireplace with small pieces of kindling or long matches. Or in the Man Cave or bar area, just hanging out.
Nice old beaker, would be great on the bar, measures in ounces, up to 32. I have another this size and a smaller one as well.
This one is available here.
Very old Mortar and Pestle, this has seen a lot of use. Imagine the stories it could tell!
Friday, April 18, 2014
I love this tea set from Burleigh Ware, England. The pattern is Belvedere, from the 1930's. They made many different patterns in the Art Deco style. I had planned on keeping this set but have decided to pass it on. It is in very good condition.
You can find it here.
I love these Fire King Primrose juice glasses from Anchor Hocking. I have a set of six, and have marked them down. They are in very good condition. Made only from 1960-62 they are a great addition to your collection, or a great way to start collecting! There are many pieces available in this pattern, it is one of the first that had matching ovenware and dinnerware.
You can find them here.