The glass is clear glass that appears to be crackle glass. The crackle effect is mild but intriguing. The most interesting thing about this dish is the black glaze that has been applied to the edges of the dish and its matching lid.
Beautifully decorated candy dish. It has the black band painted on the inside ( with light wear), then the flowers are painted on the outside. It is about 8" tall. It is lovely, and getting harder to find.
<p>Vintage Wexford By Anchor Hocking - Covered Candy Goblet HTF 15". Condition is Used. On the bottom is a little paint, there are not any chips or cracks. Please examine the pictures for that is part of the description.</p>
<ul><li>Beautiful rare, large satin dresser box or powder jar with butterflies and brass finial signed by Verlys. The jar measures approx 6 3/4" in diameter and 3" tall (to top of finial). It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or signs of repair. Please view all photos.</li></ul>
Matching Pair of Cristal D'Arques\Durand France Crystal Lidded Pedestal Candy Dishes. Features cut fan and star pattern. Scalloped rim base is beautiful enough to be used as an open candy/nut dish if needed.
Original Label is Intact! It Reads:"The Jeannette Glass Co. Quality Ware, 22 KT. Gold Decorated, Jeannette, Penna., Made in U.S.A.". 8.25" high (with lid) x 4" square rim x 3" square base. Minor wear/rubs, as might be expected, to the gold trim, but really in very good condition for its age.
Crystal clear! Nice and clean! Originally this pretty poodle was made as a pipe rest / Ashtray. Can still be used as such. I think it would also make a wonderful nut / candy bowl. The bowl in the back is nice and deep.
This is a beautiful heavy lead crystal pedestal covered candy or compote dish. It has carved and etched design and a finial at the top. It has etched flowers on the cover and carved designs throughout.
4 1/2" tall, 5 1/4" across the rim, 3 3/4" across the base. It is in wonderful condition and really is a gorgeous piece. This pattern was the most popular during the 1940's and is still for an avid collector.
L.G. Wright Moon & Star 44-11 circa 1930's - 1960's (Fenton Glass Co. for L.G. Wright). Adams & Co. Palace circa 1880's. L.E. Smith Moon & Star 6204-12 circa 1940's – 2004. I was told that very little of Smith's was done in crystal.
L.G. Wright Moon & Star 44-8 circa 1930's - 1960's (Fenton Glass Co. for L.G. Wright). Adams & Co. Palace circa 1880's. L.E. Smith Moon & Star 5294-8 circa 1940's – 2004. I was told that very little of Smith's was done in crystal.
I'VE HAD THIS ON DISPLAY FOR ABOUT 30 YEARS AND NEVER PUT ANYTHING IN IT. MADE APPROX 1930-40'S AND IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION. GREAT PIECE TO ADD TO YOUR "COIN" GLASS COLLECTION. IT WEIGHS APPROX 2.5 LBS.
Use to display fruit, veggies, or potpourri in a centerpiece setting. Lovely cathedral window crystal cut on side of bowl. Beautiful crystal serving bowl. - Features:Beautiful round bowl. - Style or Shape:Round.