I don’t know the name or manufacturer of these clear glass dishes. I am thinking they may be by Hocking or Anchor Hocking and date to the 30’s. They do look like Hocking’s Banded Ring a bit but there are no other designs on the glass other that the rings of colour. I am continuing my research and will update if I find out the proper name for them. If anyone can identify the pattern and maker, please drop me a line.
There are 6 sherbets with underplates and 6 lunch sized plates.
Regardless, they are quite lovely and dainty and will look nice on your table this coming spring. All are in excellent condition.
For sale shortly at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.
Priced at $45 for the set.
Emerald Glo was made by Paden City Glass Company for Rubel in the 1940’s and 50’s. The pattern was also made by Fenton in the later years of production but Fenton did not have the ‘star cut’ on it’s glass pieces. All pieces with the ‘star cut’ on the glass were made by Paden City. The pieces above all have the star cut on the glass. All lids have green Bakelite handles.
The trio is a condiment set, the lidded bowl is a Marmalade dish, and the 2 on the tray are cream and sugar.
Please note these items are now SOLD!!!
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!!!
Recent finds at an auction house. There are 3 sets of Delft Blue Shakers at the back left and two Delft Blue mini liquor bottles at the back right in the photo, made by Bols Distilleries for KLM Airlines, Holland, for their business class passengers. One is sealed and one is not. They are very collectible today. The small shakers in the middle are by Rosenthal in Germany. In front are two tiny cobalt blue covered dishes with a duck and a bull for lids. The darker cobalt blue glass on the right is an eye wash cup.
Please note all the above items are now SOLD!!
In the above photos one item is a reproduction. Can you spot it? It is the pitcher. This pitcher was never made by Hazel Atlas in this colour and you can tell when they are grouped together that the pink is more orangy than the other pink pieces which are genuine. Most likely the pitcher was made in the 1990’s by an offshore company trying to cash in on the collectibility of depression glassware. The 10″ berry bowl is by Hazel Atlas and the pattern is Royal Lace ca. 1930’s. The sandwich plate is Cherry Blossom by Jeannette Glass Co. ca. 1930’s. The cookie jar is by Federal Glass Co. ca 1930’s and the pattern is Mayfair Open Rose. The pattern on the repro pitcher is called Florentine 2.
I found the sandwich plate and the berry bowl yesterday while out and about. Both were in perfect condition with no chips or wear around the edges.
Found these at a recent estate sale and couldn’t resist. These boudoir lamps are ca. 1930’s from the art deco period and are sometimes called ‘bullet lamps’. I have also seen them described as skyscraper lamps and torpedo lamps. They will be for sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market as soon as I can part with them.