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SEE 23 Vintage Antique, MCM Tabletop Accessories (Group 3) (3115 W Irving Park Rd)

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#1. Vintage Mid-century Modern Diamond Patterned Peach Glass Footed Cake Plate by Westmoreland
c.1960 - $75
Pretty color! Footed glass cake plate, sawtooth edges, curved sides. Round base with shaped, footed pedestal. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer 136
Dimensions: L=12.5 W=12.5 H=7.25

*Founded in 1889, the West brothers built Westmoreland Glass Company along the railroad tracks in Grapeville, Pennsylvania. The location was ideal because of an abundance of natural gas on the property. Westmoreland Glass got its start making glass tableware items, mustard jars, and candy containers. By the 1920s, Westmoreland Glass Company was producing high-quality hand-decorated glass This glass was so ornate, it was exhibited at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh. The Wests ran the factory until 1937 when the factory was purchased by the Brainward family which owned the company until 1980. The new owners started transitioning the plant from making decorative glass to making milk glass. In 1980 the company was again sold to a businessman from St. Louis who had no experience running a large glass plant. The company only lasted another four years before going out of business five years before its centennial year. The property was sold for $75,000 to be used as a storage facility. Eventually that business also failed and the property was abandoned. 

#2. Vintage Mid-century Modern Russel Wright Iroquois Casual Glacier Blue China Covered Butter Dish
c.1950 - SALE $43.50, was $85
Oval China dish with pinched sides cover in light blue. From the Casual Collection by Iroquois of New York. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
Dimensions: L=4.25 W=7.75 H=2.75

*Russel Wright (1904-1976) was an American Industrial designer. His best-selling ceramic dinnerware was credited with encouraging the general public to enjoy creative modern design at table. With his many other ranges of furniture, accessories and textiles, he largely transformed the atmosphere of the mid-century American home.

*Iroquois China Company was founded in 1905 in Solvay, NY located on the western border of Syracuse near the southern shores of Onondaga Lake. It operated in Syracuse until closing. Although some references indicate that the company closed in 1969, certain designs (e.g., "Informal", "Museum White") were advertised and sold until the early-mid 1970s.

#3. Vintage Mid-century Modern Russel Wright Iroquois Casual Glacier Blue China Pitcher with Lid
c.1950 - SALE $40, was $80
Small China pitcher with handle and lid in light blue. From the Casual Collection by Iroquois of New York. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
Dimensions: L=5.5 W=7.75 H=5

*Russel Wright (1904-1976) was an American Industrial designer. His best-selling ceramic dinnerware was credited with encouraging the general public to enjoy creative modern design at table. With his many other ranges of furniture, accessories and textiles, he largely transformed the atmosphere of the mid-century American home.

*Iroquois China Company was founded in 1905 in Solvay, NY located on the western border of Syracuse near the southern shores of Onondaga Lake. It operated in Syracuse until closing. Although some references indicate that the company closed in 1969, certain designs (e.g., "Informal", "Museum White") were advertised and sold until the early-mid 1970s.

#4. Vintage Art Deco Kensington Ware Dover Bread Tray
c.1930 - $40
Designed by Lurelle Guild for Kensington Ware. Aluminum oval tray with pineapple embossed motif on each handle. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer 12
Dimensions: L=6 W=13.5 H=1.25

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.

#5. Vintage Mid-century Modern Eva Zeisel for Hallcraft Pottery Dish
c.1950 - $28
Oval cream pottery dish with raised sides with a leaf motif in brown, green, blue. Signed on the bottom. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer 55
Dimensions: L=4.875 W=6.125 H=4.875

*Eva Striker Zeisel (1906 – 2011) was a Hungarian-born American industrial designer known for her work with ceramics, primarily from the period after she immigrated to the United States. Her forms are often abstractions of the natural world and human relationships. Work from throughout her prodigious career is included in important museum collections across the world. Zeisel declared herself a "maker of useful things.”

*Founded in 1903, The Hall China Company is an American ceramics manufacturer located in East Liverpool, Ohio United States, known for pioneering the single-fire glazing process. Hall China continues in production today. The company has reissued many of its earlier designs, including some that had previously been considered rare, such as the Airflow and Rhythm teapots, the Donut and Streamline jugs, and some of the water servers from the refrigerator-ware lines. Hall China continues to succeed as one of the largest manufacturers of specialty dinnerware.

#6. Vintage Mid-century Modern Wire Fruit Basket
c.1960 - $50
Finely woven round basket with three coiled silver tone metal legs. Perfect for your kitchen.
Very good condition. Dealer 34
Dimensions: L=12.25 W=12.25 H=7.5

#7. Vintage Mid-century Modern Russel Wright Stacking Creamer and Sugar in Charcoal
c.1940 - SALE $30, was $60 for the set
From the Iroquois Casual China line. Round sugar topped with a round creamer with handle. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
Dimensions: L=4 W=5 H=4.5

*Russel Wright (1904-1976) was an American Industrial designer. His best-selling ceramic dinnerware was credited with encouraging the general public to enjoy creative modern design at table. With his many other ranges of furniture, accessories and textiles, he largely transformed the atmosphere of the mid-century American home.

*Iroquois China Company was founded in 1905 in Solvay, NY located on the western border of Syracuse near the southern shores of Onondaga Lake. It operated in Syracuse until closing. Although some references indicate that the company closed in 1969, certain designs (e.g., "Informal", "Museum White") were advertised and sold until the early-mid 1970s.

#8. Vintage Mid-century Modern Russel Wright Cups and Saucers Iroquois Casual China - Set of 5
c.1940 - SALE $50, was $100 for the set
Pink cups and saucers from the Casual China dinnerware line. Manufactured by Iroquois China Co. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
Dimensions:
Cups: L=3.75 W=4.875 H=2.5
Saucers: L=6 W=6 H=1


*Russel Wright (1904-1976) was an American Industrial designer. His best-selling ceramic dinnerware was credited with encouraging the general public to enjoy creative modern design at table. With his many other ranges of furniture, accessories and textiles, he largely transformed the atmosphere of the mid-century American home.

*Iroquois China Company was founded in 1905 in Solvay, NY located on the western border of Syracuse near the southern shores of Onondaga Lake. It operated in Syracuse until closing. Although some references indicate that the company closed in 1969, certain designs (e.g., "Informal", "Museum White") were advertised and sold until the early-mid 1970s.

#9. Vintage Mid-century Modern Russel Wright Stubenville Gray Creamer, Sugar, Underplate
c.1940 - SALE $32.50, was $65 for the set
From the American Modern line, manufactured by Stuebenville. Oval creamer with handle, round sugar with lid and handle, oval underplate. Perfect for your table.
Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
Dimensions:
Sugar: L=4.75 W=6.5 H=3
Creamer: L=3.75 W=7.5 H=3
Plate: L=6.25 W=11 H=.75

*Russel Wright (1904-1976) was an American Industrial designer. His best-selling ceramic dinnerware was credited with encouraging the general public to enjoy creative modern design at table. With his many other ranges of furniture, accessories and textiles, he largely transformed the atmosphere of the mid-century American home.

*Steubenville Pottery Company, Steubenville, Ohio. 1879 - 1959. In the early 1900's Steubenville Pottery was making dinnerware, graniteware, Canton China & toilet seats. American Modern was first made in 1939 and was designed by Russell Wright (he got around). Woodfield Leaf was made by Steubenville Pottery and is still very collectible (consult your local library for prices). Pieces marked "Final Kiln" were made in 1959 when the pottery was closed and all of the molds and equipment were moved to Canonsburg, PA. to the Canonsburg Pottery. The Steubenville Pottery mark was still used for quite sometime after that and there are some marks that are very confusing as to which pottery actually made them. Inlaid is said to be made by Canonsburg.

#10. Vintage Mid-century Modern Walbrzych China 8 Piece Tea Set
c.1950 - $65 for the set
Made in Poland. Teapot, three cups and saucers, covered sugar. Black, green, white colors. Geometric patterns marbleized patterns in color blocks. Gold trim.
Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer 2383
Dimensions:
Teapot
L=3.5 W=7.25 H=8
Sugar
L=3.75 W=3.75 H=4.25
Plates
L=4.75 W=4.75 H=.75
Cups
L=2.5 W=3.25 H=2.25

*Walbrzych is a city located in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Southwestern Poland. Walbrzych fine china was first made in Walbrzych, Poland in 1845. In the early 20th century a glassworks and a large china tableware manufacturing plant, which are still open today, were built. The factory was a major producer of Polish porcelain and during that time established a very good international reputation for quality and craftsmanship.

#11. Vintage Mid century modern set of 6 glass scalloped bowls, c1960.
$25 for the set. Vintage Mid century modern set of 6 glass scalloped bowls, c1960.
Cute bowls to serve appetizers, desserts, or cold soup. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 5.5” W= 5.5” H= 1.5”

#12. Vintage Mid century modern large lucite salad server and spoon set, c1970.
$30 for the pair. Vintage Mid century modern large lucite salad server and spoon set, c1970.
Thick, triangular handles. Perfect for your salad bowl. Very good condition. Dealer MJS
L= 14” W= 3” H= 2”

#13. Vintage Mid century modern brass tone Harald Buchrucker teapot, creamer, and sugar set, c1950.
$165 for the set. Vintage Mid century modern brass tone Harald Buchrucker teapot, creamer, and sugar set, c1950.
Harald Buchrucker was German Bauhaus designer (1847-1985). Rare set! Brass tone metal teapot with woven wicker handle and top. Decorative round piece in the center. Matching creamer and sugar. All pieces stamped with the impressed workshop stamp. Nice aged patina. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Teapot has a few spots. Dealer 18
L= 8” W= 6” H= 6.5"

#14. Vintage 7pc. Quist W. Germany set of 6 brass glass cups with tray, c1970.
$80 for the set. Vintage 7pc. Quist W. Germany set of 6 brass glass cups with tray, c1970.
Brass cups with a cut out design. Glasses fit inside. Curved edge tray. Perfect for your table. Very good condition, tray shows some wear. Dealer 18
CUPS: L= 4” W= 3.25” H= 3”
TRAY: L= 13.5” W= 10.5” H= .25”

#15. Vintage French silver-plate butter curler dish, c1950.
$75. Vintage French silver-plate butter curler dish, c1950.
You press down the dish into butter and it makes fabulous curls of butter. Serve in the dish. Perfect for your table. Comes with original box and directions. Very good condition. Dealer 12
L= 4.5” W= 4.5’ H= 1.75”

#16. Vintage 80’s set of 6 Studio Nova mugs, c1980.
$35 for the set. Vintage 80’s set of 6 Studio Nova mugs, c1980.
Designed by Larry Laslo. Fine China, made in Japan by Mikasa. In jazz red with black, yellow, green lines. White interior and handle. Perfect for your coffee. Very good condition. Dealer 2383
L= 4.5” W= 3” H= 3.5”

*Created in 1984 and dedicated to serving the fashion-minded consumer, Studio Nova continuously offered a successful variety of transitional and contemporary designs of superior quality which is suitable for any lifestyle. From the contemporary to the traditional, the quality of these patterns will prove fitting for any occasion. At the end of 2007, the Studio Nova line of patterns was discontinued by Mikasa and replaced with Gourmet Basics by Mikasa which features everyday casual dinnerware, created with style. Gourmet Basics by Mikasa offers the same quality and style you came to love about Studio Nova; the name has just changed.
Larry Laslo is widely recognized for his designs of carpets, lamps, silver, gold and glass, but drawing and painting are still his favourite ways of expressing personal aesthetics. In 1999 and 2002, he was chosen by House Beautiful one of the best 100 designers. His work was published in numerous influential magazines, such as Architectural Digest. Laslo’s collections are sold in various stores around the world.

#17. Vintage Mid century modern Rosenthal studio line asimmetria white and silver 39pc china set, c1980.
$995 for the set. Vintage Mid century modern Rosenthal Studio Line asimmetria white and silver 39pc china set, c1980. Made in Germany. Designed by the Danish designer Bjorn Wiinblad (1918-2006). This is the white version with the silver ribbon. Service for 6. This was developed in 1986 and discontinued in 2005. Meaning asymmetrical, the plates have an irregular rim width and an unequal height. Unique! The set consists of 6 dinner plates, 6 salad/bread plates, 6 soup plates, 6 cups and 6 saucers, 1 platter, 1 gravy and 1 under plate, 1 serving bowl, 1 covered serving bowl, coffee pot, 1 sugar and 1 creamer. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 18

*Rosenthal is a German manufacturer of porcelain and other household goods owned since 2009 by the Italian group Sambonet Paderno Industrie. It was founded in 1879 in Selb, Bavaria.
Wiinblad was a world famous artist who was appointed artistic director at Rosenthal, Germany in 1960. He is considered one of the most versatile and imaginative artists of our time. The studio division of Rosenthal was developed in 1961. Long before design was in Vogue, Rosenthal had already been working with contemporary artists. Designers, and architects. More than 150 artists have designed unique collection for Rosenthal.

#18. Vintage Mid century modern Rosenthal studio line white china with a silver and gray band 79pc set, c1980.
$1295 for the set. Vintage Mid century modern Rosenthal studio line white china with a silver and gray band 79pc set, c1980.
Made in Germany. Service for 12+. White china with a gray band between 2 platinum silver stripes. The set consists of 14 dinner plates, 12 salad plates, 14 bread plates, 14 soup bowls, 12 coffee cups, 5 cappuccino cups, 1 serving bowl, 1 covered serving bowl, 3 serving platters, and 1 coffee pot with 1 under plate. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 18

*Rosenthal is a German manufacturer of porcelain and other household goods owned since 2009 by the Italian group Sambonet Paderno Industrie. It was founded in 1879 in Selb, Bavaria.
The studio division of Rosenthal was developed in 1961. Long before design was in Vogue, Rosenthal had already been working with contemporary artists. Designers, and architects. More than 150 artists have designed unique collection for Rosenthal.

#19. Vintage Mid century modern hand painted Japan ceramic juicer and pot, c1960.
$19. Vintage Mid century modern hand painted Japan ceramic juicer and pot, c1960.
Perforated juicer top. Hand painted base with handle and pour spout. Orange and leaves painted on front and back. Green trim on top. By Enesco. Perfect for your morning juice. Very good condition. Dealer 230
L= 6” W= 4.25” H= 4”

*Founded in 1958, Enesco (Enesco, LLC) is an American company specializing in the sales and distribution of giftware. The company was known as an industry leader during the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, as it carried the Precious Moments porcelain figurine line of products. In February 2007, Enesco Group, Inc. was purchased by Tinicum Captital Partners Thus, becoming Enesco, LLC.

#20. Vintage Mid century modern Russel Wright small Iroquois casual coffee pot with lid, c1950.
$110. Vintage Mid century modern Russel Wright small Iroquois casual coffee pot with lid, c1950.
Really nice coffee pot in avocado yellow. Clever top with indented area to pick up the lid, so no need for a knob! Sleek design. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
L= 8” W= 5.5” H= 4.5”

*Russel Wright was an American industrial designer during the 20th century. Beginning in the late 1920s through the 1960s, Russel Wright created a succession of artistically distinctive and commercially successful items that helped bring modern design to the general public. Wright designed a succession of popular furniture lines for many furniture companies beginning in the early 1930s through the 1950s.
Iroquois China Company was founded in 1905 in Solvay, NY located on the western border of Syracuse near the southern shores of Onondaga Lake. It operated in Syracuse until closing. Although some references indicate that the company closed in 1969, certain designs (e.g., "Informal", "Museum White") were advertised and sold until the early-mid 1970s.

#21. Vintage Antique Gorham Art Nouveau tongs with enamel flowers, c1910.
$60. Vintage Antique Gorham Art Nouveau tongs with enamel flowers, c1910.
Unusual silver-plate small tongs. Each side has an inlaid enamel flower bouquet in blue with green stems- intricate! Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 12
L= 3.5” W= .5” H= .5”

#22. Vintage antique English silver and ivory fish presentation set, dated 1878.
$225/pr. Vintage antique English silver and ivory fish presentation set, dated 1878. Fish server, pierced, cut and etched with a picture of a fisherman on one side and "C.C.p from M.E.A 18th May 1878" on the other side. Four English hallmarks. Ivory handle. Fish fork all pierced, cut and etched with ivory handle (has crack in ivory). Own a piece of history! Very good condition. Serving fork is 9" long, serving knife is 12" long. Dealer #18.

#23. Vintage mid-century modern leaded glass square pedestal cake stand, c. 1960. $60.
Square top with sunburst design underneath. Decorative glass swagged apron. Pedestal bottom with wide, hollow base. Heavy! Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer: 139. L: 10 in, W: 10 in, H: 6 in


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