Tag Archives: 1930’s

Anchor Hocking Old Cafe Depression Glass Relish Tray 1930’s

28 Oct

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This is a lovely Lazy Susan Relish tray made by Anchor Hocking in the depression era, ca 1930’s.   The glass tray rests on a swivelling glass base which works very smoothly.  Pictured are 5 relish inserts in Ruby Red and also 5 inserts in Forest Green.  Both colours will be inluded with the purchase of this dish so you can switch up the colours.   Perfect  for Christmas. The center dish can also be used as a covered candy dish on its own.

 

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Stunning is either colour as well as functional.  The base turntable piece is very rare to find as it often got separated from the set and misplaced over the years.

The pattern is called Old Cafe. I have only seen this set with the red and green inserts.

This beautiful serving ensemble will be available for sale in my booth at the Ottawa Antique and Vintage Market being held at the Carleton University Fieldhouse located on Bronson Avenue in Ottawa Ontario on Nov. 4th and 5th, 2017.  Please check out their facebook site @ https://www.facebook.com/OttawaAntiqueAndVintageMarket/. And their website page: http://www.ottawaantiqueandvintagemarket.ca/

The set is priced at $95.00.

Medicine Hat Potteries, Childs Tea Set ca 1930’s to 50’s

21 Feb

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This set is probably between 60 and 77 years old .  It’s hard to pinpoint a date from the backstamp (of an Indian crouched under a large sombrero) because the company used the same one for its  lifetime.  The company was in operation from 1938 to 1955 after which it was sold to Marwell Construction of Vancouver who manufactured and marketed products under the name of Hycroft.

The teapot and creamer are in perfect condition but the sugar bowl has a hairline crack in it.  The crack is small and hard to find at first glance.  All three pieces have the Medicine Hat Potteries backstamp.

To see this and many other mid century kitchen items, please visit me at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON, just 30 minutes west of the city of Ottawa ON.  Open 7 days a week, all year long, from 10am to 5pm. Plenty of free parking at rear of the building. Over 50 vendors in a heritage 2 storey brick building selling a wide range of antiques and collectibles.

I will also have a booth at the Ottawa Antique & Vintage Market being held on March 21st and 22nd 2015, at the Carleton University Fieldhouse Building.

This set is priced at $75 due to its rarity.

 

T.G. Green Flamex Ware England 1930’s

4 Jan

 

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These are rare pieces of T.G. Green & Co. Flamex Ware.  Very difficult to find. This is the culmination of over 10 years of collecting so you can see that they are not in abundance.  The backstamp dates from the 1930’s. There are 2 different styles of custard cups, 1 small bowl and 2 small dessert bowls  These pieces are not for sale at the moment.  I would have a hard time parting with them just yet.

If you are interested in vintage dishes and kitchenalia from the mid 20th century,  drop in to see my booth
Fab Finds at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.  It is open 7 days a week, 10 to 5,  all year long.  There are over 50 vendors with a huge variety of items housed in a 2 storey heritage building.

Free parking at the rear of the building.

 

 

Royal Paragon Bone China Teacup with Flower Handle

26 Mar

 

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Manfactured by Royal Paragon in the 1930’s, this is a hand painted Bone China teacup and saucer. The background colour is a very pale yellow. The handle is a dark yellow pansy.    Even the saucer is shaped like the petals of a flower, curving slightly upwards.

These are quite collectible because of their flower shaped handles.

Please note this teacup is not available for sale.

 

 

Royal Albert Greenwood Tree Pattern Dishes

27 Feb

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Dishes are from Royal Albert Crown China made in England in the Greenwood Tree pattern. The back stamp on these dishes dates them from 1927 to 1935.    Beautiful condition and hardly any wear on the surfaces.  Soft colours and very delicate looking.  There are 4 luncheon size plates and a cream and sugar.

A little before mid century, but I do like these pretty dishes and couldn’t resist them.

Please note these dishes are now SOLD!

 

Vintage Noma Whirl Glo Christmas Tree Light Shades

23 Feb

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These are Box #1 and Box #2 in a set of 2 boxes of revolving Christmas tree light shades that were made for Noma Lites Canda Limited, in Japan.  There are 4 different designs in each box.  These are very delicate and it is amazing that they have survived intact all these years. They date back to 1937.

They are papier mache shades with Christmas designs on them, painted by famous American artists. They are placed over a bulb and the heat from the bulb makes them revolve.  Back then, they retailed at approx. 5 cents each and were sold in boxes of 4, like mine, and in boxes of 10.

Fascinating and beautiful to look at.

Please note these items are now SOLD!!!

Clear Glass Dishes with Green Coloured Rings, Depression Glass

13 Feb

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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.

 

Fiesta Ware Plates, ca 1930’s to 60’s, by Homer Laughlin Co.

1 Oct

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These are some of  the older colours of the Fiesta Ware dishes by Homer Laughlin Co. USA, produced in the late 1930’s to 1960’s.   Light green was introduced in 1937, Ivory, and yellow in 1936.

These are 9″ dinner plates in Ivory, yellow and light green.  They are for sale at my booth in the Almonte Antiques Market, Almonte ON.

I also have in stock some pieces in the newer colours.

Priced at $15 each.

Please note these plates are now SOLD!!

Bakelite Owl Perfume Holder for Evening in Paris ca. 1930’s

9 Jul

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The owl is made of blue marblelized bakelite and is embossed on the back  ‘Bourjois London – Paris Reg’d no 825,003 – Made in England’

Stands about 4″ tall.  It is missing the bottle of Evening in Paris Perfume but it still has the cushioned insert where the bottle would have been.  Back is hinged and opens to reveal where  the perfume would be stored.  In good condition.

For sale at the Amonte Antique Market, 26 Mill St., Almonte ON.

Price: $45

Please NOTE: This is now SOLD!!

Saguenay by Dominion Glass, Fired on Blue Depression Glass, ca. 1930’s

18 Mar

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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!!!