I don’t know who made this bowl but it is stunning. The soft pale blue colour almost shimmers in the light. It is made of thick glass and is quite heavy but appears light because of the colour.
For sale at my booth in Almonte ON, at the Almonte Antique Market for $45.00.
Please note: This item is now SOLD!!
This pattern is called Saguenay and was made by Dominion Glass Co. of Canada, based in Montreal QC, with factories in Nova Scotia, and Ontario (Wallaceburg) . This was Canada’s answer to the coloured depression glass that was being made in the US during the 30’s. The beautiful blue colour is fired on the outside over clear glass. Hard to tell from my photo, but the pattern has fine ridges all around the pieces. There are only two verifiable patterns of Canadian depression glass. This one and one called Swirl, also made by Dominion Glass, which was only made in clear glass. Saguenay came in yellow, pink, mint green, blue and clear.
For sale at my booth in Almonte ON at the Almonte Antique Market.
Priced separately: sherbet @ $5, underplates @ $5, cream soups @$10
NOTE: All above dishes are now SOLD!!!
Introduced by Pyrex in 1953 and discontinued in 1957, this pattern colour is called Flamingo and has a gold trim on all the pieces. It sure makes for a colourful display when the table is all laid out with these dishes. Shown is one place setting. I have 10 complete place settings altogether.
Will be for sale at my booth in Almonte Ontario, at the Almonte Antique Market.
4 place settings will be $50.
Please note: All these dishes are now SOLD!!
Franciscan Ware dishes manufactured by Gladding McBean and Co. in California from the mid 1930’s to the 1950’s. The pattern is called Coronado and the dishes came in Turquoise blue (pictured), Old Rose, Canary Yellow, Poppy Orange and Rust. This is a place setting consisting of dinner plate, large luncheon plate, sandwich plate, dessert plate, cereal bowl, cup and saucer.
A place setting is being sold for $45.00.
I have 3 dinner plates, 4 luncheon plates, 4 sandwich plates, 4 soup bowls, 4 dessert plates, 2 dessert bowls, 2 cups and saucers in the turquoise.
Lovely dishes designed by Vera Neumann for Island Worcester, made in Jamaica ca. 1960’s. Pattern is called Forbidden Fruit. Island Worcester is a subsidiary of English Royal Worcester. All dishes are hand painted underglaze. Vera Neumann was a famous designer of mid century dishes, linens and scarves and her designs are very collectible. The set in the photo is a place setting that includes a dinner plate, lunch plate, cup and saucer and cereal bowl.
These dishes are available at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market in Almonte ON. The price is $50 per 5 piece place setting.
Please note the place settings are all SOLD!!
Teapot, cream and sugar are now SOLD!!
I have never seen anything like this before. It is a Vintage mid century Karoff Fold Away Hardwood Buffet #1200 and opens to 28 ½” -folds to 14”; includes glass salt and pepper shakers, two glass condiment jars w/wood lids and one mini-glass spoon, (one is missing) shakers measure 2 ¼”, jars w/lid measure 3” and glass spoons measure 4”; Karoff Originals made all kinds of neat items for serving food and drinks. Made in New York in the 1950’s or a bit later.
Will be for sale at my booth in Almonte ON at the Almonte Antique Market soon. Price is $ 45.00.
Note: This item is now SOLD!!
Lovely shade of turquoise pyrex bake ware dates to 1950’s. Really nice overall condition on all the pieces. The lid on the casserole has some damage on one tab end. Large snowflake casserole with lid is $22. The set of 3 Pyrex turquoise mixing bowls are $ 65.
These items are for sale at my booth in the Almonte Antique Market.
Note: Bowls have just been SOLD!!!