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Twisted Stem Wine Glasses—Set of 6 Hand Blown Emerald Green 6 oz.

These simple, elegant wine glasses would be the perfect touch for a holiday table or for anyone who favors this beautiful shade of green. We have no way of knowing their age or who manufactured these beauties. There are no marks or stickers, but it is clear that they have been treasured by loving hands because there are no scratches or chips. One glass does show a miniscule, but odd, dappled pattern (likely slight abrasion) on a 1” segment of its rim. (This glass is the single glass pictured.) These glasses don’t even show shelf wear on the bottoms. As with all vintage glass, there are a few tiny bubbles in some of the glass. They stand about 7-1/2” tall and the glass and base are about 2-1/2” in diameter. They hold a generous 6 ounces.
$72.00
Twisted Stem Wine Glasses—Set of 6

Farber Brothers Krome-Kraft Decanter and 6 Stemware Wine Glasses
This striking set includes an amethyst decanter with a crystal white stopper, and three green, two amethyst and one amber-colored glass inserts for the six chrome holders. The undersides of each of the stemware pieces shows a bit of water-drop tarnishing, but all of the top surfaces are in “like new” condition. There are no chips or cracks in the glass inserts. The decanter is also in beautiful condition—even the stopper sports only one tiny chip.
The decanter stands about 8-1/2” tall and is about 16” in circumference at its widest point. The backstamp on the decanter includes the following: “Farber Bros. and under the 3-part company symbol “New York, N. Y., Pat. No. 87496 and 1924011.” The wine glasses are about 6” tall and hold about 3 ounces.
The brothers, Louis and Harry Farber, were Russian immigrants, coming to the United State just after the turn of the 20th century. They began by working for their older brother, S. W. Farber, who sold his famous products under the name Farberware. In 1915 Louis and Harry formed their own company, using the trade name Farber Brothers Krome-Kraft.
They manufactured hollow-ware and brass products that they sold for almost fifty years, patenting their famous holder in 1932. They invented a stand or base that held glass inserts that could be replaced if chipped or cracked. Farber Brothers’ non-tarnishing chrome holders proved popular as barware, but the company closed its doors in 1965.
Most of the glass inserts were produced by the Cambridge Glass Company, but Fenton, Fostoria, Indiana, Corning, Westmoreland, and Duncan and Miller also produced inserts for Farber Brothers. The glass insert colors included amber, amethyst, green, royal blue, crystal white, ebony, and milk white.
$140.00
Farber Brothers Krome-Kraft Decanter and 6 Stemware Wine Glasses

Amber, Ribbed Shot / Whiskey/
Liqueur Glasses (7)

These beautiful amber glasses have the weight, design, and color of Depression glass--although that was the era of Prohibition in America. These deep amber shot/whiskey glasses were purchased from an estate sale in the 1950's and are in beautiful condition. They stand 2” high and are about 1-1/2 " in diameter. The glass is finished with a smaller, rounded foot, twelve ribs, and there are slight variations in height and the amber color—all suggesting older barware. There are no chips or cracks.
$56.00
Amber, Ribbed Shot / Whiskey/Liqueur Glasses

Brilliant Cut Glass Crystal Pitcher and Tumblers
Glass
This lovely Brilliant Period Cut Glass Water set, consisting of a pitcher and a rare find of 7 matching tumblers is exceptional. Not often does one find a set this large on the market. The glass rings clearly when tapped. The cathedral-like windows of the design, the clarity, cross-cut checkering and double-cut handle on the pitcher enhance the overall beauty of the set. The handle also has a thumb print rest top. The pitcher stands 8” tall and is slightly tapered, but about 4-1/2” in diameter. The glasses are 3-3/4” tall and about 3” inches in diameter. The condition of the whole set is excellent with the exception of one “flea bite" on the serrated edge near the handle and the remnant of what must have been a manufacturing flaw or a chip that was polished out on the outside of the spout of the pitcher. These are very small flaws and require a fair amount of scrutiny to find.
$650.00
Brilliant Cut Glass Crystal Pitcher and Tumblers

Cambridge Nude Ebony Figure Cocktail Stemware
Glass - Cambridge
This "statuesque" cocktail glass with a nude female figurine stem in ebony black (Pattern #3011) was made by Cambridge Glass Company, 1931-58. The cocktail glass stands 6-1/4” tall, holds 3 oz. and has a crystal clear bowl and foot. There are miniscule flea bites on the bottom of one base. The glass is about 2-3/4” in diameter, base is 2-5/8.” This cocktail glass is pictured in The Cambridge Glass Book by Harold and Judy Bennett (Wallace Homestead Book, Co., 1970.) on page 60 and on several Internet sites. Set of 4.
$475.00
Cambridge Nude Ebony Figure Cocktail Stemware

Candlewick Cordials by Imperial Glass
These Imperial Glass Candlewick Cordials #4000 have a blue/green stem. There are 9 available and they measure 4-5/8 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter. Lovers of the beautiful Candlewick pattern will delight in adding these cordials to their collection. They are in excellent condition.
$65.00 for all 9 cordials.
 Candlewick Cordials by Imperial Glass

Hand Blown Twisted Stem Liqueur Glasses—Set of 8
These small, elegant liqueur glasses would be the perfect touch for that time after dinner when less is more. We have no way of knowing their age or who manufactured these gems. They are a rainbow of colors: emerald green, light green, lime green, amethyst, light amethyst, pink, and yellow-gold (2). There are no marks or stickers, but it is clear that they have been treasured. There are only tiny scratches and no chips. (We will include two additional liqueur glasses that do have small flea bites on their rims—gratis—with your order.) These glasses don’t even show shelf wear on the bottoms. As with all vintage, hand blown glass, there are a few tiny bubbles in some of the glass bowls, and there are slight variations in the twisted stems and the attachments to the bowls. The colors are distinctive because they are each different in hue and intensity. They stand about 5-1/2” tall and the bases are about 2” in diameter while the bowls are only 1-1/2” in diameter. They hold 1 ounce. $64.00
Hand Blown Twisted Stem Liqueur Glasses—Set of 8

Morgantown Golf Ball-Ruby Stem-Footed Tumbler 2-1/2 oz Glass Set of 5
If anything is the ultimate icon for vintage glassware, it must be Morgantown’s Golf Ball stemware. We have several sizes, but this is the tiny 2-1/2 oz. glass. The straight-sided bowl flares up from its crystal clear golf ball base. The golf ball is enhanced by diamond shaped patterns on the orb that reflect the light and colors on the table. The pattern number is 7643. We have six glasses, five are in “like new” condition and one has a small chip on the rim. We are offering the five near-perfect glasses for sale, and adding the sixth--gratis. These small, elegant glasses would be perfect for that after dinner liqueur. The glass and stem stand about 4-1/4” tall and the bowl is about 2-1/8” in diameter. Morgantown Glass Works was founded in Morgantown, West Virginia, in 1899 and continued under a few different names until 1965 when bought by the Fostoria Glass Company. They introduced a rainbow of popular colors and patterns in the 1920’s and 1930’s. $125.00
Hand Blown Twisted Stem Liqueur Glasses—Set of 8

Three Jadeite Tumble Up Glasswarer -Glass
These beautiful jadeite bar ware pieces will make a collector's dream come true. (This type of glass is also sometimes called Custard Glass.) It was produced by the J. F. McKee Glass Company in Jennette, Penn. They became a division of The Thatcher Corp. in 1951 producing pressed glass, and closed their doors in the 1980’s. A similar piece (Tumble Up--Patent #77725) was recently sold at auction in London for $200.00, "noting on the sale block" the fine detail and workmanship of the glass maker. The carved body of the nude figure includes delicate facial features, eyes, and lips. The five tiny fingers displayed on each hand speak well of their craftsmanship. They stand 3" tall and are about 2-1/4" in diameter. The patent number appears by the feet, #77725. We have 3 of these lovely pieces that will add handsomely to one’s collection of fine pressed-glass work.
$180.00 each
Jadeite Tumble Up Glassware

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