Welcome to the on-line home of The Treasure Chest. I started to collect Depression glass and jewelry with my mother and grandmother more that 25 years ago. Now, my husband and I attend many auctions and estate sales in the Midwest in search of treasures. The Treasure Chest specializes in Depression/elegant glass, china, stemware, linens, replacement and collectable glassware. Our items are listed with as much detail and history as possible. New inventory is added frequently and we invite you to shop often. A satisfied customer is our most precious treasure and we hope you will find many items you too will treasure.
Listings from The Treasure Chest
This vase is etched with flowers and leaves. The pattern is Heritage by Princess House produced in 1974.
Caramel Brown with white drip glaze planter or bowl.
This artist signed fruit and flower plate was produce by Jean Pouyat in Limoges France. The white ware mark in green made in France is mark #5 use...
Needle etched plate with the Irish Lace design or etch # 36 produced by Fostoria from 1900-1928. The plate measures 6 1/4" perfect for entertaining.
Depression pattern Miss America clear Comport measuring 4 1/4". The Miss America pattern was produced by Anchor Hocking from 1935-1937.
Lace Edge Bowl measuring 10 1/2" produced in the 1940's by The Imperial Glass Co.
This flared bowl measuring 11 1/2" in the cable pattern was produced by Lancaster Glass Co c. 1931.
Grape design and green accents make this plate perfect for your shabby decorating. The backstamp is Dresden China which was made in the USA. The back sta...
Measuring 9.25" with Pink roses and green, blue and peach accents. The backstamp has Bavaria in gold.
This Two Handled dish was produced by Heisey from 1937-1957.
Decorator Floral Plate made in Germany. Green leaves with Orange Flowers and gold trim.
Hand Painted Plate c 1920's with gold trim, pink and orange flowers.
Footed dish with Acorn pattern.
Wexford Glass Salad Servers. This pattern was produced from 1960-1980.
Produced by Leuchtenburg in Germany. The backstamp was used from 1850-1910. Green accents with orange flowers. Excellent condition.
Made in Japan this Lusterware Sugar Bowl w/Lid has orange luster with pink and blue flowers.
Made in Japan this Lusterware cup and saucer has orange luster with pink and blue flowers.
Elegant Glass of the Depression Era this Oval Crimped Bowl by Duncan and Miller was produced circa 1937.
This Limoges porcelain brooch depicts the scene of a courting couple from Jean Honore Fragonard's romantic painting.
Currier & Ives wall plate made in Japan depicts the "A Home in the Wilderness" . This plate measures 7 1/2".