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12074-1516546048

Vintage Cambridge Rosepoint Shape 3400 2 1/2 inch tall x 5 3/8 inch wide small c This is a sweet little gem! Though it was marketed as a "cheese stand", This footed pedestal stand is ready for some bonbons or perhaps one perfectly iced and decorated cupcake. How about using it on Valentine's Day to present "a little something".

The etching on this is one of the most popular etchings ever done by the Cambridge Glass Company, made between 1934-1958. It is called Rose point. Many a bride in the that time period received this as a wedding gift. It is a huge line with hundreds of shapes available. It is in excellent condition. Replacements has it listed as $59.95. Since I found it very reasonably, I would like to pass it on to a collector or someone who will treasure it for a reasonable price.
Circa: 1934-1958
Manufacturer: Cambridge Glass Company  

Your Price: $30.00
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12074

Vintage Cambridge Rosepoint Shape 3400 2 1/2 inch tall x 5 3/8 inch wide small c This is a sweet little gem! Though it was marketed as a "cheese stand", This footed pedestal stand is ready for some bonbons or perhaps one perfectly iced and decorated cupcake. How about using it on Valentine's Day to present "a little something".

The etching on this is one of the most popular etchings ever done by the Cambridge Glass Company, made between 1934-1958. It is called Rose point. Many a bride in the that time period received this as a wedding gift. It is a huge line with hundreds of shapes available. It is in excellent condition. Replacements has it listed as $59.95. Since I found it very reasonably, I would like to pass it on to a collector or someone who will treasure it for a reasonable price.
Circa: 1934-1958
Manufacturer: Cambridge Glass Company  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12073: Pair of Viking light blue Janice mold 5" tall candleholders

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12073

Pair of Viking light blue Janice mold 5" tall candleholders Imagine these on the middle of your table setting. The mold was done by the New Martinsville Company which became the Viking Glass Company. This color however, this light blue, was made in these molds later by Viking. Excellent condition and ready for your decorating needs.
Circa: 1945-1970
Manufacturer: Viking Glass Company  

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12072

Vintage 10 inch stainless steel black patinated cocktail shaker This classic vintage stainless steel cocktail shaker stands 10 inches tall and is unsigned. The shape of this vintage cocktail shaker is a classic Art Deco shape but since it is made out of stainless steel it is most likely from the 1960s. The cap doubles as a jigger. The metal top has the strainer at the top for easy pouring. This is no new reproduction. It is patinated in black to contrast with the stainless steel top and bands at the bottom.

So, with all the great vintage cocktail recipes out there, which one would you choose to make for this sleek beauty?
Circa: 1960-1970
Manufacturer: unknown  

Your Price: $25.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12067: Pair of Corning Centura Tulip Time cereal bowls

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12067

Pair of Corning Centura Tulip Time cereal bowls Info from the fabulous corningware411.com:

"Centura (1966-1977) is kind of like the older brother, or sister, of Corelle. It's similar to Corningware, in that it is a type of Pyroceram, but unlike Corningware, it is glazed. Corningware is self glazing, in that it forms it's own smooth shiny surface during the crystallization process that changes it from a glass to a glass-ceramic. Unlike Corningware, and Corelle for that matter, Centura suffers from microwave incompatibility and could not be used on the stovetop. I believe that was ultimately the cause of its downfall. Evidently, like some Pfaltzgraff (i.e. mom's grape pattern), it absorbs Microwave energy and gets really hot, while the food stays cold."

It comes in about 30 different patterns. This pattern is called April Tulip. It was produced from1972-77 thus the pattern is harder to find than many others in Centura. This one features abstract small tulips and leaves separated by vertical green dots in t he bottom row. The tulips are harvest gold, orange, and pink while the leaves are green. Elegant and cute. The style of this 5 1/2 inch wide x 1 3/4 inch tall bowl is known as a "coupe" style which was so popular in the Midcentury period. This was advertised as a cereal bowl but its size makes it perfect for all sorts of serving uses.

Circa: 1972-1977
Manufacturer: Corning Glass Company, Corning New York  

Your Price: $12.50
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12070: 7 inch 7 recipe with dressed characters 12 ounce colorful cocktail shaker

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7 inch 7 recipe with dressed characters 12 ounce colorful cocktail shaker Alexander = King on Throne, Martini = Man in Tux, Tom Collins = Bum at Streetlight, Daiquiri = Female Flamenco Dancer, Bacardi = Male Flamenco dancer, Manhattan = Redhead in Tails, Whiskey Sour = Scot in Kilt Dancing and tasting.

Well now, if you started on one of the 7 recipes and made it around the shaker, who knows what type of outfit you would be wearing!! This shaker stands 7 inches tall to the top of the black plastic lid. What is interesting is that the lid has an offset top which covers the built in strainer. Most often, when one finds these cocktail shakers they are missing the original plastic lid. Here is what a complete one looks like. I suspect Hazel-Atlas as the maker of this shaker but I am not sure. I do believe it is American made in the 1950-1970 Midcentury time period.

Cheers! Now where did I put that kilt!!
Circa: 1950-1970
Manufacturer: unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12065: 4 Midcentury smoke gray 3 1/4 inch rocks glasses with T Monogram

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12065

4 Midcentury smoke gray 3 1/4 inch rocks glasses with T Monogram set of 4 Midcentury smoke gray 3 1/4 inch rocks glasses with T Monogram:

If your first name or last name begins with the letter "T", then this set from the 1960s is for you! The font is known as "Old English" or "Old Gothic". This smoke gray color debuted in the mid 1950s and quickly became a best seller for firms such as Libbey, Federal, Morgantown, etc. Holmegaard in Denmark made a lot of glass in this color. I think this is a Federal Glass Company shape.

This set of 4 smoke gray with "T" monogram rocks glasses stands 3 1/4 inches tall and holds 8 ounces. Each one carries the monogram "T" on one side. Very heavy 5/8 inch base which gives these glasses great stability and heft.

So, let's see, which classic cocktail would you serve in your "T" glasses? Manhattan maybe?
Circa: 1950-1970
Manufacturer: Federal Glass Company  

Your Price: $24.00
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