This small opaque slag glass flower pot is white with orange and yellow swirls. It measures 2 1/4" tall and is 2 3/8" in diameter across the top rim. The base is 1 1/2" in diameter. The bottom of the pot reads, 'Made in U.S.A 23 11/2.' There is also a makers mark symbol but I can't make it out. The drainage hole on the bottom has not been opened up. The top 3/4" of the outside of the flower pot has ribbing. The rest of the pot is smooth. This wonderful, small flower pot is in excellent condition with NO
Green and White Slag Glass 2 Cup Measuring Cup with Reamer. It measures 5 1/2" in height.
This wonderful, Purple Slag Milk high gloss pitcher has deep purple and white marbling, with oval panels of embossed windmills on either side, and a pastoral scene of a house on a lake with a canoe in the front panel. Shown on page 687, of The Imperial Glass Encyclopedia, Vol. III. It appears more gray in the photo's it is very much purple. Dimensions: Milk pitcher measures 6 1/2" tall at the spout with a 3 1/2" opening. It holds one pint. Marks/Dates: c. 1962. Stamped with the imperial mark on the inside
A vintage slag glass soap dish featuring a deep purple color with waves of white. This has raised grooves in the interior to keep your bar soap dry. The outside has a nice scalloped design. We are unsure of the manufacturer for this particular piece. We would place it c. 1970's possibly a bit earlier. Original tags on the base. Measuring approximately 4.5" long by 3" wide we find this to be in great condition without any damage.
This is a 1973 footed dish made by the Westmoreland Glass Company. It is made of green and white slag glass. The design of the dish is swirl and ball. The dish is marked with the logo WG at the bottom and a sticker on the inside. It is 4 1/2"H and 5 1/8" in diameter. It is in excellent condition. There are no chips or cracks.
Brown and White Slag Lovebirds Covered Dish which was made by Westmoreland Glass. The color of the lid is wonderful. These Lovebirds are sitting on a 6" white milk glass base and are in great condition. They are marked with the WG logo and were made in the 1950's and 1960's. These Slag Lovebirds are not easy to find.
This is a 1950's Westmoreland glass covered dish. The cover, in the shape of a sheep, is made of slag glass or marble glass as Westmoreland would rather use, white and purple/amethyst. The base is made of milk glass. The dish is marked with the WG logo at the bottom. The dimensions of the dish are 4 1/2" H, 4 1/8" W, 5 1/2"L. The covered dish is in excellent condition. There are no chips or cracks.
A milk white and green hen on nest. 6 inches on a larger wide scalloped rim. The base is ribbed and the split tail is open. Hand made here in Ohio America.
Hand made in Ohio with such detail from the eyes down to the tail feathers. This hen on nest rests upon a lacy base. Measures six inches long and four and a half inches tall. Two pieces. Great addition to your home and a fantastic gift.
Cobalt Blue and White Slag Open Salt Dish which has Frogs around the outside. There are Flowers and Leaves in between the 4 Frogs. The detail is wonderful on this piece. This Salt Dish was designed by the renowned Frog Collector David Schepps. It is marked with Schepps-5, denoting that this is the 5th. mold David Schepps has designed. This Open Salt is LIMITED because there were only 200 of these made in Cobalt Blue Slag and White Milk Glass and they will never be made again. These have been stored in boxes
Tumbler made in England c.1890, marked on the bottom "Half Pint" with the Sowerby Glass company's peacock mark very clear. Purple slag glass, also known as marble glass, in very deep purple tones mixed with white. I bought a set of six of these measures, with slight variation in the height. This one has great color definition. Height 11.8 cm. or 4 and 5/8 inches. Condition perfect, no issues. If you collect purple slag glass, this is an excellent antique example. Buy with confidence from Arlene Rabin
This item an unmarked creamer made of light blue and white slag in the "Thumbprint" pattern. The piece is 3 1/2" tall, 3 1/4" spout to handle, with a foot diameter of 2 1/4". The creamer has five rows of thumbprints on the body and one row in the concave edge of the foot. The top edge is scalloped and there are no signs of wear or damage. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.
For your consideration is a beautiful toothpick holder in green and white with a strawberries and leaves design. It is made of slag glass and is about 2-1/4" tall and 2" across the top. The maker is not known. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
Unmarked, but very lovely, this purple slag glass pitcher has purple, lavender to white colors swirling in the glass. There is a black glass applied handle on the side. The pitcher has a gourd shape with a ground bottom. It is in very nice condition with no chips, cracks or repairs seen or felt. It measures 7 1/2 in. high by about 7 in. wide and about 4 in. diameter. BC
You can't help but fall in love with this whimsical, covered vanity jar! Made between 1939-1942, by the Akro Agate Company in Clarksburg, West Virginia, (the company so famous for its marbles), it is done in a beautiful light blue slag glass, with a few white highlights, which are typical to slag glass. There are adorable relief images of Scottish Terrier dogs prancing all around the lid and base...four around the bottom and four around the lid. One additional Scottie pup, sits proudly on the top! It is
In excellent condition,with no chips, cracks or repairs is this Imperial slag glass pitcher with embossed raised Windmill. Red with white orange and yellow swirls. Measures 6 1/4" in height, 4 1/2" from spout to rim.
Glass of Yesteryears Renaissance of Slag Glass by Imperial VHS Tape 1994 Shipping : Used Offering one used VHS tape, "Glass of Yesteryears: The Renaissance of Slag Glass by Imperial." Produced in 1994 by the National Imperial Glass Collectors Society, running time is 120 minutes. Features 1) The Glass--entire 1994 Slag display including comments throughout by authority Don Jennings. 2) Special segment by Candlewick. 3) The Glass Makers--compilation of the open forums with the former Imperial employees
This is a 4 inch slag glass leaf-shaped dish, or ashtray, made by the Akro Agate company in the 1930's. It is a blue and white swirl, with a small amount of yellow. In good condition with some roughness around rim. Marked with the akro "crow" mark, Made in USA, and # 245, #8.
Imperial Glass made this vintage purple slag lidded dresser box on Mold 6992 for one year only in 1971. Its pattern is reminiscent of the slag glass dresser boxes of 1850's Britain, and is so marked on the piece by a sticker which reads 'PURPLE SLAG GLASS Circa 1850 by Imperial.' The Imperial logo is embossed onto both pieces and a manufacturer's inventory sticker also remains. This is an outstanding example of slag glass. The dish is glossy deep purple moving to swirls of gray and blue. Top moves from
Here we have a set of two vintage, collectible, glass toothpick holders with feet. Both have the same pattern, but, one is done in an amberina color , yellowish to red. The second one is done in a green slag glass, light pea green color with gorgeous swirls of white. This one is not marked, but, the amber/reddish one says near-cut on the inside bottom. Tried to show in a photo, but, would not come out clear. Measure approximately 2-1/2" tall. They are in wonderful condition, having no nicks, chips or
Mosser Glass MOSSER GLASS LARGE RED SLAG HEN ON RED BASKET. This is the most gorgeous iteration of this famous Mosser Glass Large Red Yellow Slag Glass Hen on Basket Item #16287 MOSSER GLASS LARGE RED SLAG HEN ON RED BASKET. This is the most gorgeous iteration of this famous pattern. The top is red, orange and white slag glass.The bottom is embossed with a wicker pattern and the hen is quite detailed showing features and feathers. The Mosser "M" mark is on the inside lid. Measures 7"L x 5.5"W x 6"H. Hand
Adorable little hand made basket of white milk glass and red slag glass swirls is listed in the company's catalogue as "End O' Day Ruby." Outside of basket embossed with chevron and bead design; inside bears a striking red, white and orange swirl pattern to floor and walls. Applied handle is white milk glass with an impressed daisy motif at either end. Measures 5 " long x 4 5/8" wide x 4 7/8" tall; round foot is 2 3/8" in diameter and scalloped at edges. Underside bears blind-stamped Imperial Glass IG logo,
Set of 4 White Milk Glass Frog Covered Dishes. These are really unique Covered Dishes which will only be sold as a set so be sure to check out all the pictures. These were designed by the renowned Frog collector David Schepps. There were only 125 sets of these 5 1/2" Covered Dishes produced in White Milk Glass and only 95 ever offered for sale. They will NEVER again so all you will ever find are these white milk glass and the cobalt blue slag I have for sale. They are marked Schepps 1, Schepps 2, Schepps 3,
FABULOUS Open Salt Dish which has Frogs around the outside. There are Flowers and Leaves in between the 4 Frogs. The detail is wonderful on this piece. This Salt Dish is a MASTER Salt which was designed by the renowned Frog Collector David Schepps. It could also be used as a candy or nut dish. It is marked with Schepps-6, denoting that this is the 6th. mold David Schepps designed many years ago. This Open Salt is LIMITED because there were only 200 of these made in white Milk Glass and in Cobalt Blue Slag.
A very lovely piece of old slag glass for children. This piece was crafted by the Vogue Merc. Company based out of New York City. This piece is made out of a fine slag glass that has marbled tones of pumpkin, yellow, pink, and white swirled into an akro agate style so popular amongst depression glass collectors. This piece has a middle section making it a tiny vase which could hold a child's tiny play things or play flowers and the bottom is signed "N.Y.C. Vogue Merc. Co. U.S.A.". This piece measures 3 1/4"
An antique blue glass castor set complete with matching tray. The tray is molded to fit each piece. We have a salt, pepper, and matching cruet with stopper. The pattern on the blue glass forget me nots. Made by Challinor and Taylor it is there #20 ware which dates between 1885-1893. The tray measures 6 inches, the salt and pepper are 2 3/4 inches and the cruet is 5 3/4 inches. The underside of the tray shows separation lines in the glass. We think that this is age related. You'll see the glass here is
This is a vintage Akro Agate slag glass vase/toothpick holder in a beautiful orange and white swirl. This "hand vase" measures 3 1/4 inches tall and is marked with "766" and the "akro crow" mark. It is in excellent condition, with the exception of a small, shallow chip on the underside of the base. The Akro Agate company was in business from 1911 - 1949.