Here is the ever popular depression pattern by Federal Glass Co. SHARON - sometimes called "CABBAGE ROSE' The Sharon or Cabbage Rose Pattern was produced by the Federal Glass company from 1935 - 1939. It's 8 1/2 " in diameter and is 2 3/8" tall.
This Amber Berry Bowl is in great condition with no chips or cracks. There is, when you hold it up to the light what appears to be a 1/2" crack on the bottom. It's not a crack. It's only on the surface of the outside bottom of bowl. I would call it a scratch. It might even be from it's manufacture.
Also, when held up to the light you can see a few light surface scratches and a hazing that doesn't wash off on part on the inside bottom of bowl. It still would make a wonderful addition to any Depression glass collection.
This is a Mid Century Modern Anchor Hocking 3 piece Honey Gold Chip & Dip Set in it's original box.
It has a 8" bowl to hold the chips and a 4 1/2" bowl to hold the dip.
The smaller bowl clips onto the larger bowl with a metal bracket.
Set is in excellent like new condition. I doubt that it was ever even used. Has the original cardboard insert that separates the two bowls. Box is in good condition but there is some minor staining on the end.
This is a Fenton Silver Crest Double Crimped Footed Comport (Compote).
It stands 6 ¼” tall and is approx. 7 ½” across.
It’s in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.
The ware number listed in the Fenton Art Glass book by Margaret and Kenn Whitmeyer is 7429SC.
This lovely Fenton Silver Crest Low Footed Comport (Compote) It stands 4” tall and is 7” across at its widest part.
It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. The ware number is 7228SC as listed in the Fenton Book by Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer. A nice Fenton piece