This is a great old piece of pressed glass. This is a top hat made out of amber colored glass. It was designed to be an ashtray and was probably a promotional item given away by a store. This is a hard to find piece of glass. The condition is fair. There is a small chip on one side on the top rim where you would have rested a cigarette. It measures approximately 2 inches by 3 inches. The height is 2 .
A huge and very solid 10" vintage amber pressed glass ashtray with a great textured bubbles design - see second photo which shows the pattern back lit. This ashtray has a ribbed rim, and four cigarette wells, it is in excellent estate order and is a classic period design from the 1970's, it is perfect to leave out on a coffee table where it would be a style statement as well as being highly functional. is on the higher side as this is VERY heavy, if if comes in lower I will be happy to refund.
A Beautiful Crystal Pressed Glass Ashtray with a Flower Design. The ashtray measures 3 1/4 inches in diameter and is 7/8's of an inch deep. I do not know who produced this ashtray. It is unmarked and in very good used condition.
Nice amber pressed glass ashtray, this is sturdy and has a very attractive design with deeply impressed spinning wheel and foliage designs. The ashtray measures a good larger size at 6 1/4" diameter by 2 1/4" deep, it has three cigarette wells, one in each corner, and is in good condition with no chips, cracks or other issues, I estimate it dates to around the 70's when pressed glass in this color was all the rage, it would be perfect for a coffee or end table. The photos were taken under artificial light,
This is such a nice looking piece that is marked Italy. Overall diameter is 4 " and has no chips or cracks. Could be used for a coaster or a pin or jewelry catchall. Check out the pictures on this beauty.
Clear Pressed Glass Round Ashtray - 5.5" Wide Clear Pressed Glass Round Ashtray - 5.5" Wide Previously Owned - Great Condition - Has A Few Flea Bites - Bottom Of Ashtray Is Cloudy - See Pictures Details 862600410004 5 .50 / 5.50 / 1.00 Previously Owned - Great Condition - Has A Few Flea Bites - Bottom Of Ashtray Is Cloudy - See Pictures 24
Weighing in at 14 ounces, this solid heavy pressed glass ashtray has extra wide rests and the short column on the side is a pipe rest. Starburst pattern in the center. One large chip on the front has been smoothed with age. Measures 4-3/8 inches diameter, 1-1/4 inches tall and another half-inch for the column. To see more ashtrays in this shop, make sure Dotty Lee's Treasures shows in the top right corner of this page. To the right "What are you looking for" type in Ashtrays to see all of them.
This 1920s heavy pressed crystal glass ashtray was a souvenir of Yellowstone National Park. Affixed to the underside is a black and white photograph of a bear and a banner decal reading Yellowstone Nat'l Park. The ashtray is 4-1/2 inches square with a faceted ribbed design on the outside and a sawtooth rim. The photo is protected by a layer of thick felt on the bottom. There are no chips, flakes, or damage to the glass. The bear picture has some slight wear around the edges.
Large Vintage Anchor Hockings Pressed Glass Ashtray Vintage Anchor Hockings large and heavy pressed glass ashtray in the Wexford pattern, a diamond criss cross pattern that was produced from 1967 until discontinued in 1996. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or clouding. Measures about 8 1/2" diameter by 1 1/2" deep, it is big, eye-catching and elegant, perfect for a coffee table, see photos for more detail. 006215 See All 2,947 Items
Vintage Anchor Hocking Early American Pressed Glass Ashtray Vintage EAPC or Stars and Fan clear glass ashtray. The pattern produced by Anchor Hocking was known as the Early American Prescut line of glass and was manufactured from 1960 through 1974. The pattern was named EAPC in remembrance of the Early American Pressed Glass from the depression era. The Stars and Fan is another name designated for the pattern and EAPC was one of Anchor Hocking’s most popular kitchen patterns. The glass ashtray measures 7
Early blue Uranium glass full-rigged sailing ship ashtray.This big old relic weighs about 5.5 lbs. Beautiful, thick, dark ocean blue glass.Glassmakers used Uranium on this continent and in Europe from the mid 1600s up through the 1920s and again in the 1950s to present. Uranium was confiscated during World War II, hence the lack of production during that period.A full rigged ship, usually referred to as a frigate is a sailing vessel with three or more masts. The ship represented here appears to be from the
A variety in styles ranging from simple yet tasteful crystal or colored glassware to intricately painted pieces. All paint is baked on and weatherized. These glass flowers are drilled and cushioned between layers with a weather proof silicone adhesive and nylon washers. The smaller, more delicate or tempered pieces have been secured to your flower with this same adhesive which is used for sealing glass windows and doors - although the majority of the pieces are simply drilled ensuring a long lasting piece.
An octagonal crystal ashtray or bowl made by the now defunct Hofbauer company of Germany, sporting a pressed glass bird within a ruby medallion on the bottom. The tray measures 1.75" tall, is 4.75" in diameter, and nicely heavy for its size. I suspect this was meant to be an ashtray, but given the absence of any wells for cigs, it can masquerade as a holder of potpourri, jewels or (Birdie's favorite) candy. The tray bears its original foil label, which the bird seems to be hiding behind. It is in good
Attractive advertising ashtray, this dates to around the 1950's, and is a promotional for the Oyster Bay Restaurant of Union City, New Jersey. The ashtray is of pressed glass with the card advertisement attached to the base and then felted, it has four cigarette wells and measures approx 4" square, it is in good order with just a little wear to the base, it would make a great addition to a collection of ashtrays or advertising items.
Queen Mary Pattern Ashtray -Coaster $15 .00 From the Depression Era 1936 - 1949 in clear crystal pressed glass; 4 1/4" diam. Ashtray or Coaster. The raised cross-bar to hold your drink or as an Ashtray with 5 rests. Excellent condition. 2 only available. Click to enlarge
Antique Crystal-look Ashtray Sitting upright (sorry about the blurriness) Tipped to show the three legs. Looking directly down inside. Antique Crystal-look Ashtray #A0005 I have no idea how old this is, probably at least the 1930's and possibly much older. I've had it for over 40 years, and it was my parents before that, and possibly my grandparents before that. Although it's probably pressed glass, it looks like cut crystal. 3-1/2" diameter, 2" tall. Weighs 6 oz. The ashtray is in near perfect condition.
Old glassware is awesome, but sometimes its original use just doesn't make sense anymore, or it was once part of a set and doesn't work well alone. I've been collecting various compotes, candy dishes, ash trays, plates, etc and one day, while running out of space to put things I started stacking them. That was the "ah-ha!" moment! These two glass centerpieces are each made of a compote base, atop it sits a vintage pressed glass candy dish, then a frosted glass candle holder, and lastly a vintage
Harp Pattern Glass - Coasters $8.00 Harp is a pressed glass pattern the Jeannette company made from 1954 to 1957 only. All pieces in this limited pattern have a mottled surface showing a scrollwork and tiny musical harps. Each Coaster-Ashtray combo is 4 3/4" x 3 1/4". The beaded edges of Harp pieces were finished in gold that now shows wear. All pieces are in excellent condition other than some wear. 8 currently available. Price is for each. Other than the Coasters and Coaster-Ashtrays, Harp comes in a Cup
Harp Pattern Serving Tray Harp is a pressed clear glass pattern the Jeannette company made from 1954 to 1957 only. All pieces in this limited pattern have a mottled surface showing a scrollwork and musical harps. This is the 2 handled rectangle serving tray with 22k gold trim. Size is 15 inches handle to handle and 9 1/2 inches wide. The gold trim now shows some wear. In excellent condition with no chips or scratches. Only 1 available. Other than the Serving Tray, Harp comes in Coasters and
Eileen & Russell Weiss, Lee's Summit, MO Eileen & Russell Weiss 5726 NE Timber Hills Dr. Lee's Summit, MO 5 Imperial Glass Candlewick Pattern ~ 4” x 3” Dish ~ Imperial Glass Co Bellaire Ohio 1901-1984 These five rectangular dishes, I think, were used as ashtrays. I would prefer to use them as individual butter pats, after dinner mint holder etc. I’m sure you can think of something to use these find pieces of glassware for. Candlewick by Imperial Glass is one of America’s most popular crystal patterns The
Queen Mary Pattern Ashtray -Coaster $12 .00 From the 1950's vintage in Forest Green to match the dinner ware, a 4 1/4" diam. Ashtray or Coaster. The raised cross-bar to hold your drink or as an Ashtray with 5 rests. Excellent condition. 2 available. Click to enlarge
Vaseline Opalescent, Pressed Glass. 5" Square Ashtray in the Daisy & Button-Vaseline Opalescen pattern by L G Wright
Glass Bridge Party Ashtrays- Crystal Spade $12.00 From the 1940's, 50's and 60's vintage, hand-polished pressed glass Ashtrays or individual Candy or Nut dishes These came in full 4-piece sets. The pattern is unknown but features a diamond cut base with elegant ribbed sides. Bohemiam Glass Made in Czechoslovakia. Some still have the original paper seal. 4" x 3 1/2" in perfect condition. Only 1 Crystal Spade available. Click to enlarge
Buy vintage Anchor Hocking Glass here This replacement Ashtray features the retired Soreno Gold pattern. Gold Amber Color with pressed bark texture. Anchor Hocking Glass Gold Amber Soreno Ashtray Glassware Crystal Replacement Retired Discontinued Bark Ribbed Smoking Cigarette
Set of four vintage pressed glass coaster / ashtray combos shaped like flowers, 6 1/2" long overall. These are nice and clean, in very good condition without damage.
Glass Bridge Party Ashtrays- Heart Pink $12.00 From the 1940's, 50's and 60's vintage, hand-polished pressed glass Ashtrays or individual Candy or Nut dishes We have a number of full 4-piece sets but also offer a few individual pieces to finish your set. The pattern is unknown but features a diamond cut base with elegant ribbed sides. Bohemiam Glass Made in Czechoslovakia. Some still have the original paper seal. 3" x 3 1/2" in perfect condition. Only 2 Pink Hearts available. Click to enlarge