Measures 7 3/4”x8 1/4” without hook( only wood part)
Hook is 10”x6” Very Heavy 24.7 Lbs
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I am in the New York /New Jersey area, anyone on the West Coast may incur some shipping fees we can discuss and see what is the best fees we can do , I can see if I can fit it into a flat rate box that may help. Nonetheless I’d love to talk to you about it and see if we can find the best rate possible by discussing different carriers. Contact me please !!!
Excellent Condition Black paint chippy, but can be repainted!
Materials: Metal, wood
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Antique Blue and Cream Crock set 2pc by Robinson Ransbottom & Roseville
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Blue & Cream Robinson Ransbottom , 1 Pitcher's & 1 Crock (1 Qt) 1900s... Amazingly clean no chips or cracks or repairs!! Crazing is noted..
Sponge wear, highly collectible !!
All are made by the same company, the pitcher is made by Robinson Ransbottom and the crock was made in later years when the company merged with Roseville.
Pitcher's measure 4 3/4 tall x 5 from spout to handle (1900s)
Antique Glass by Northwood -Dugan from 1900-1913. Beaded panels also known as open Ivy, Canary opalescence. Vaseline/Uranium glass glows when you put a black light to it ! So much fun..
This is a very nice old piece in a candy dish/trinket on a pedestal. Very pretty design, note the beaded dish..Please see all photos so you can see how special it is!
Excellent Condition, No Chips or Cracks !
Measures: 3 1/2” tall x 7 1/8” diameter, the base is 3 1/4” dia
A bit of history: 1896, Harry C. Northwood leased the glass plant in Indiana Pennsylvania and it became known as the Northwood glass company. Glass production resumed in Indiana Pennsylvania. March 25, 1896, Northwood employed his cousin Thomas Dugan. They all immigrated from England with Harry Northwood. by February 1897 Harry Northwood reached an agreement with the Indiana borough council so that Thomas Dugan and Harry Northwood could purchase the Indiana factory for the Northwood glass company and keep the company in Indiana. On September 4, 1899 the Northwood glass company was sold to the national glass company of Pittsburgh. Thomas Dugan remained in charge of the Indiana factory and he operated the Northwood works of the national glass company at the Indiana site from 1900/1904.In 1904 Thomas Dugan and several investors purchased the Indiana factory and created the Dugan glass company which operated in Indiana until 1913.