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Inglenook Antiques and Collectibles, established in 1989, operates from a quaint pre-1920's home in Lake Wales, Florida, open to the public. Situated at 3607 on the state-recognized Florida Scenic Highway, between Historic Bok Sanctuary and Legoland. We deal in most everything old: furniture, decorative accessories, glassware, porcelain, pottery, tools, books, kitchenware, and a multitude of other categories. We welcome special requests and want lists from our customers, and will do our best to maintain our reputation of excellent customer care. We also provide an on-site lamp repair service. Hours of operation are October 1-May 31: Tues thru Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4; June 1-September 30: Thur & Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4.. Other hours by appointment, call 863-678-1641.  Layaway & gift certificates available.  We accept PayPal,  as well as cash. Robin L. Carnill, Owner

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Black onyx / marble bowling trophy from the 40's-50's. Gold-tone figures of male & female bowlers atop 3 x 5 plinth. Stands 8 h overall. Name plate re...

$45.00

Parisian Granite bowl, made by Thomas Elsmore & Son of England. Dates from around 1880. Aesthetic pattern in blue-gray transfer with Chinese pheasants, s...

$45.00

Booth's Silicon China plate, made in England. Dates from around 1900. Distributor's mark from Collamore's of New York. Cobalt blue (flow blue) chain link pa...

$75.00

Clarion pattern dinner plate, made by Dunn, Bennett & Co. of England. Dates from 1875-91. Cobalt blue & rust florals & scrolls on brown transfe...

$50.00

Mold-blown bottle from the early 1900's. Light green medicine bottle with screw top. Embossed Fellows Syrup of Hypophosphites . Measures 7.75 h, 3.75 w. Num...

$25.00

Mold-blown bottle from the late 1800's. Sun amethyst extract bottle with applied lip. Embossed for J. A. Folger & Co, Golden Gate. Sag in the glass on t...

$15.00

Mold-blown bottle from the late 1800's. Light aqua beer or soda with lightning fastener consisting of a wire bail & white porcelain stopper (rubber seal st...

$45.00

Mold-blown bottle from the mid-1800's. Light green wine with kicked-up bottom. Designed to interlock with the neck of the next bottle in line to secure in the...

$50.00

Spin mold bottle from the late 1700's up to 1860. Olive green wine with kicked-up bottom. Designed to interlock with the neck of the next bottle in line to s...

$50.00

Free-blown bottle from the 1700's-early 1800's. Olive green wine with 4 deep kicked-up bottom. Designed to interlock with the neck of the next bottle in lin...

$150.00

Rookwood Pottery decanter with Standard Glaze, decorated with hand-painted cherries by E. T. Hurley. Mark indicates 1902, shape 674. Hurley was one of the mo...

$1,250.00

Sterling silver demitasse set of 6, made by Dominick & Haff in the early 1900's. Lenox porcelain liners with gold band trim inside and out. Unknown patte...

$450.00

Arts & Crafts style pendant light fixture with pull-chain socket. Early-mid 1900's, completely rewired in 2013, and ready to hang. Black enamel finish wi...

$125.00

Porcelain ceiling light fixture with 2 sockets. Circa 1930's, completely rewired in 2013, and ready to hang. Lovely rose decals and gold trim. Measures 6 x...

$50.00

Fashion belt buckle from the 1950's. Mottled dark blue octagon, measures 2.5 d. Molded Catalin/Bakelite plastic. Some minor chipping to back edges; a few su...

$14.00

Belt buckle in the form of the Bennington flag 6c postage stamp from the 1970's. Brass plated metal shows some wear to highpoints. Measures 1 7/8 x 3 . No ...

$20.00

Early American pressed glass goblet in the Oak Leaf Band pattern; made circa 1880, by Central as #99. Referenced in Metz book, page 72. Have seen others l...

$50.00

Early American pressed glass goblet in the Scroll or Stippled Scroll pattern; made circa 1880, by Duncan. Referenced in McCain book, page 78. Have seen ...

$30.00

Early American pressed glass wine in the Geneva or Massachusetts pattern; made during the late 1800's, first by King, then U.S. Glass. Measures 4.75 h. ...

$25.00

Early American pressed glass mug in the Beaded Coarse Bars pattern, made circa 1890-1910. Measures 3 3/8 h. Small flake to upper rim, inside as shown. So...

$25.00