Heisey Glass Orchid Compote: This vintage Orchid pattern compote candy dish was made by Heisey and easures just over 3.5 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter. It is made of 3 part mold and stands on a short pedestal. Heisey Glass produced this pattern from about 1940 to 1957.
Vintage Candlewick Plate. This vintage Candlewick saucer plate was mad by Imperial Glass and measures about 7 inches in diameter.
Vintage Milk Glass Bowl. This vintage Milk Glass pedestal bowl is made Indiana Glass in the Harvest Pattern. It measures about 10 inches in diameter and is about 7 inches tall.
Vintage American Fostoria Bowl. This vintage footed American Fostoria bowl measures about 7 inches in diameter and about 2 inches tall.
Vintage Milk Glass Bowl. This Imperial Milk glass bowl is in the Grape & Ivy Pattern. It measures about 9 inches in diameter and is about 5.25 inches tall.
Vintage Glass Vase. This vintage glass vase was made by Libbey Glass in the Autumn Leaf Pattern. It measures about 8 inches tall.
Vintage Creamer & Sugar Bowl. This vintage creamer & sugar bowl were made by
Vintage American Fostoria Glass. This creamer & sugar bowl was made in the American
Although the Heisey Glass Company was founded by Augustus H. Heisey, in 1896 in Newark, Ohio, Mr. Heisey had already had much experience in the business. Aside from marrying one Susan Duncan, daughter of George Duncan of Duncan Glass fame, he had worked at King Glass Company of Pittsburgh and the Ripley Glass Company. In 1893 after spending some time out west, Heisey decided to open his own glass company. The first Heisey Glass Company products were pressed glass pieces, but they were made in such a manner that they appeared more expensive than they actually were.