L.E. Smith Glass. Amberina Glass Compote. Measures 8.5 inches tall.
Vintage Royal Ruby Bowl – Anchor Hocking: This beautiful Anchor Hocking Royal Ruby bowl measures a full 11.5” in diameter and 3.5” tall.
Vintage Slag Glass Basket - Kanawha Glass: Made in West Virginia, this Kanawha Slag Glass Basket measures about 6" tall. Colors are amazing orange and reds on white, ribbed pattern on base.
Vintage Cranberry Glass Apothecary Jars: Etched Cranberry glass apothecary bottles with stoppers. Wear on stoppers consistent with age.
Blenko Topaz Swirl Pitcher. Vintage Blenko Glass topaz swirl pitcher with applied topaz handle. The vintage pitcher measures just over 5 inches tall.
Cobalt Blue Cut to Clear Crystal Wine Goblet: Vintage Wine Goblets made in the Traube pattern by Joska Kristal in
Cranberry art glass pitcher, believed to be made by Pilgrim Glass Co. This cranberry art glass pitcher has an applied clear handle and is beautifully designed. It measures 4.5” tall.
Look at the beautiful lidded candy dish pictured on the right and see if you can guess the pattern. Most people would say that the pattern is the Moon & Stars pattern and they would be correct. If we asked them next, who made the candy dish, most probably an argument of epic proportions would begin. Some people would guess that glass in the Moon & Stars pattern was made by Fenton Glass; others would argue that it was made by a company called L.G. Wright; others would say it was L.E. Smith and finally some would say Weishar. And who would be correct? If you guessed all the answers are correct, you may be a vintage art glass aficionado.