News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - We have expanded our antique and vintage glassware selection with a focus on Stemware and Drinking Glasses. Our inventory includes crystal wine, water, champagne, claret and cordial stems as well as tumblers, juice and other barware. Our merchandise represents a wide range of glass manufacturers including Anchor Hocking, Bryce, Cambridge, Dugan-Diamond, Duncan Miller, Federal, Fenton, Fostoria, Hazel Atlas, Heisey, Higbee, Imperial, Indiana, Jeannette, Jefferson, Libbey, McKee, Morgantown, New Martinsville/Viking, Northwood, Standard and US Glass.
In addition to our stemware and drinking glasses we offer a variety of glassware including opalescent, carnival, depression, milk glass, Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG), 40ís, 50ís, 60ís manufactured glass, elegant, acid and wheel etched, cut, as well as collectible bottles and decanters.
Recently acquired is a stunning set of Indiana Glass Co. Rayed Flower pattern dating to 1905-20. We have tumblers, water pitcher, spooner, creamer, covered sugar and covered butter dish. This pattern, also known as Splendor by many collectors, has six pointed stars within six flower shaped petals and the entire flower has rays extending outward.
Another item just in is a Federal Glass Co. boxed beverage set called Limelight. Dating to the 1950ís this bright green textured glass set includes six old fashion glasses and a pitcher.
From 19th century flint glass to 1950ís colorful transfer print cocktail sets, we have it all. Whether you are looking for a single antique Early American Pattern Glass tumbler or a set of 1920ís champagne glasses, you are sure to find something to your liking.