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Offered for sale is a pair of Amethyst Paden City Crows Foot Candle Sticks in excellent condition. Paden City was in operation from November 1916 to September 1951. Each lovely candlestick measures 4-1/2" wide on the foot and 5-1/4" tall. There are no marks. There are no chips, or cracks and the amethyst color is lovely. There are a few light scratches consistent with the age of the pieces and that they were used. I would be happy to add more photos if anyone wants to see a close up of anything, please just
Paden City - Paden City Crow'S Foot-Ruby Footed Cream Soup & Saucer Set - Line #890,Ruby,Fan & Dot Design
The Paden City Glass Company manufactured this set of candlesticks during the Depression Era, 1930s. The pattern is named "Crow's Foot" and these are the 5" keyhole candlesticks in ruby red glass. The design on the underside of the base consists of rows of teardrops. They are in excellent condition with no damage, no wax residue. Gorgeous!
Paden City GlassCrows FootRuby Red9.00" Long Oval BowlThe "light photo" shows this piece with bright back lightingFree of chips, cracks, flacks, or cracks
Line #890,Ruby,Fan & Dot Design. Footed Cream Soup & Saucer Set in the Crow'S Foot-Ruby pattern by Paden City
This is an elegant crystal wheel cut bowl with an under plate made by Paden City glass in the 1930s. A clear glass ladle is also included. You can deduct $10 if you do not want the ladle. Just add a note. This is a very nice set, certainly suitable for a gift or for a treasure for yourself. Paden City Glass was one of the "elegant" glass makers of the depression era and is the maker of this set. This set is made on what is known as the "Crow Foot" blank #890. Crows foot always six 5 part fans with darts
Paden City GlassCrows FootRuby Red8.50" Lunch PlateBrilliant Traditional Ruby Red GlassFree of chips, cracks, flacks, or cracks
Elegant glass bowl in the Crows Foot pattern by Paden City Glass Company. It has a beautiful etched pattern originally named Daisy Cross in several reference books. Current information is that this pattern is Cretonne, by Lotus. Lotus was a decorating company that bought blanks from several elegant glass makers and applied their own decorations. This large bowl measures 11 1/2 inches side to side and 13 inches corner to corner. It is a little over 2 1/2 inches tall and is in good condition with no chips or
Paden City Glass Company by William Walker Paden City Glass Company by: William P. Walker, Melissa Bratkovich & Joan C. Walker Our Price: $49.99 William P. Walker, Melissa Bratkovich & Joan C. Wa OOP -2003 -1570800820 -WH3 Description This is the most comprehensive price guide to the glassware made at Paden City since the work of Jerry Barnett in 1978. Over the past few decades, only Cupid, a few of the "bird" etchings, and the Crow's Foot lines have become popular with the collecting public. In
>> Paden City Gazebo Center Handle Tray Paden City Gazebo Center Handle Tray /images /Resized66 (45 ) .jpg PC051212 Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this pristine Paden City Gazebo Center Handle Tray. The Paden City pattern dates to the 1930s and was manufactured in Copen Blue, Crystal, Ruby Stained. The Gazebo is a Paden City pattern that been inspired by a Gazebo in a garden setting. It is quite popular in both crystal and blue. Gazebo is most sought after in blue, but there are also avid
Paden City Glass Compa... Paden City Glass Company by William Walker Product Code: OOP -2003 -1570800820 -WH3 List Price: $0.00 Our Price: $49.99 Sale Price: $49.99 You save - $49 .99 ! Description Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. Table of Contents This is the most comprehensive price guide to the glassware made at Paden City since the work of Jerry Barnett in 1978.
This is Paden City Glass Line #412 aka Crow's Foot. These candle sticks are often not identified as Paden City because the shape is not common. This one is undecorated and 4 3/4" by 2 1/2". I do not see or feel any dings. This looks like it spent a lot of time hiding in the cupboard as the only sign of use is a rough spot on the base mold line. All of my items are used and will show some signs of our ancestors normal use. This is not damage like a chip or a crack. If use marks, in my opinion, are unusually
Crow's Foot amber depression glass plate, square, 2 handled, 10 3/8 inch. In very good condition, had very little use. No chips or cracks. A few very minor small scratches and one flaw in the glass about an inch long that looks like a scratch but isn & #39 ;t .Crow & #39 ;s Foot was made by Paden City Glass Company during the 1930's. Line No. 412 was made in square shapes, and Line No. 890 was made in round shapes. These blanks were also used for Paden City's Cupid, Orchid and Peacock and Wild