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Auction Location: 9615 Humboldt Ave S, Bloomington, MN 55431
Phone: 612-517-5434Lot Categories: Antiques/Vintage (35), Info Lot (1)
07/26/2021 08:15 pm
These elegant champagne glasses have clear bowls and red stems. This set of 8 is in excellent condition.
These elegant champagne glasses have clear bowls and green stems. They were made by Luminarc Domino. This set of 5 is in excellent condition.
These are really beautiful and hard to find in such great condition. They were made by the Imperial Glass Company fr Candlewick in Blue Ultra in the 1970s.
These gorgeous tumblers were made by the Anchor Hocking company in the late 1930s. There was a matching pitcher that goes with this. These are a great addition to an existing collection or lovely on their own.
This lovely set of art deco cocktail glasses is really unique! They were made in the 1940s by Faberware & Morgantown. The Farber chrome stems act as holders for colorful lead crystal bowls (made by Morgantown). The set features 2 blue glasses, 1 purple and 1 green.Each holds approximately 3 ounces of liquid.
These are really special glasses, they are very tall and have a lovely hammered texture that captures the light beautifully. The rose pink color is so delicate!
5 Part Oval Relish Tray
Lace Edged Footed Serving Dish
Cherry Blossom is one of the most popular depression glass patterns. It was made by the Jeannette Glass Company ca. 1930-1939. These pieces are so lovely they can be added to an existing collection or great to use on their own.
Bread & Butter Plate
These pieces were made by Anchor Hocking in the Old Cafe Pattern. They were called mint dishes were made between 1936-1940 Pink de[ression glass is the most valuable color.
These beautiful nesting mixing bowls were made by the Hazel-Atlas Glass company in the 1930s. Hazel Atlas is famous for its mason jars and cobalt blue Vicks Vapor Rub bottles. These are a great example of classic depression glass pink.
This beautiful handled vegetable bowl was made by Anchor Hocking between 1931-1937 in the Mayfair pattern. This pink color was the most popular color.
This beautiful bowl was made by Imperial Glass between 1936-1945 in the Pillar Flute pattern.
This beautiful plate/platter has a beautifully detailed pattern.
This is a great collection of rare pink depression glass pieces for tea service. They were all made in the same lovely shade of pink and are in excellent condition. There are two pieces in the same style.
1 Miss America Pink Cereal Bowl by Anchor Hocking
1 Cherry Blossom Pink Teacup by Jeannette
1 Cherry Blossom Pink Sugar Bowl by Jeannette
1 Vintage Depression Glass Teacup
Emerald Green Blown Glass Bowl
This is a beautiful set of green depression glass with a sand-blasted satin finish. The martini glass with it twisted stem appears to be Tiffin. They both have a beautiful satin finish.
This dish is a perfect color for candy! The purple color is a rare find!
These beautiful water goblets are a lovely lavender color.
This is a lovely collection of the finest amber depression glass
Cake Plate Stand
Federal Glass Dutch Rose Cream Soup Bowl
This is an elegant piece hand-blown in beautiful blue glass.
This beautiful plate is like a crystal flower. It makes a great platter or display piece.
The delicate floral pattern in this plate/platter is lovely. It has also been called Apple Blossom or Wild Rose.
This beautiful plate/platter has a lovely delicate floral pattern. It was made in the 1930s by MacBeth Evans and is also called Wild Rose or Apple Blossom.
This is a beautiful example of classic Fenton Hand-Painted Glass. The curved edges, bright color, and shiny surface make it look just like a big flower. These pieces were all created by artists and none are the same
The Fenton Glass Company is renowned for its creation of Hobnail, still popular with collectors today. This beautiful "cruet " can be used for oil, vinegar, or other condiments.
This beautiful Fenton Hobnail vase has a ruffled edge. It was created by the Fenton Glass company in the 1950s
This is a rare piece. It is meant to hold cigarettes but is so beautiful it makes a great display piece.
This is quite a treasure! It was made in 1910 and was discontinued. It is in amazing condition.
These pieces are a great find. The Fostoria Mayfair Sugar and Creamer Set is hard to find in the Uranium Green. It has a cool art deco look to it.
The Royal Ruby Sugar and Creamer Set was discontinued in 1938.
Fostoria Mayfair Green Sugar and Creamer
Anchor Hocking Royal Ruby Sugar and Creamer
These beautiful pieces were made by Federal Glass in the Madrid pattern from 1932-1939. There is nothing like amber depression glass, the yellow really showcases the delicate pattern.
Some of the best glassware come in different tints and colors. We have gathered the best looking pieces expelling pieces with chips and cracks. The beauty of colored glassware is exquisite. The pieces you see are perfect for the home, as a gift, and perfect for resell.
|Bid Range||Minimum Increment|
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|$0.00 - $4,999.99||13.00%|
|$5,000.00 - infinity||10.00%||$1,000.00|
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9615 Humboldt Ave S