Heavy pressed water glasses from Imperial Glass in Old Williamsburg pattern. Lovely deep blue color. Pattern produced from 1966 – 1975. Set of four water goblets in excellent vintage condition; no chips or cracks. Each goblet is 7 in tall with a 3 inch base.
This magnificent 1920’s silver plate cocktail shaker and six liquor stems is by Wm Rogers & Son in Paris pattern.
This fabulous clamper bracelets is made of shiny brass with a spray of sparkling 4mm aqua rhinestones. Hinge is slightly loose, which makes this bracelet very comfortable to wear without falling off. Excellent vintage condition with no missing or dead stones and little visible wear. Measures 1 inch wide at its widest point and tapers down to 5/8 inches at the hinge. It is 7 inches in circumference when completely closed, but can be worn slightly open on larger wrists.
Rodney Kent is the name of a line of hand-wrought aluminum giftware, popular from the 1930s through the 1950s, that was developed for Krischer Metal Products Co. of Brooklyn, N.Y. The line was developed by Stanley Gelford, who named the line after two streets near his office: Rodney and Kent. It includes various serving pieces, many decorated with tulips, made of an alloy of aluminum and manganese. Interestingly, some pieces are marked “Rodney Kent Silver Co.,” though they are aluminum, not silver. Some pieces had only paper tags instead of a mark.
View current inventory of Rodney Kent tableware in my Ruby Lane shop.
This sweet little footed celery vase is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Made by Westmoreland Glass Co. in 1920’s, it has a pressed reeded waffle pattern with scalloped rim and foot. It measures 6 inches tall with a 3 1/2 inch diameter mouth and 3 1/8 inch base.