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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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Cast iron/steel churn dasher with wood side paddles, attached by screws. Embossed #4-38NU5 on 3/8 square shaft. Measures 12.75 overall length; approximate 6 ...

$25.00

Crocheted Crystal nappy or shallow bowl made by Imperial Glass Company. 1940's-50's. Stand-up openwork edging. Measures 6.75 d. Sometimes referred to as Lac...

$20.00

Stylish Four Petal pitcher, blown in mold with applied handle. Circa 1850's flint glass, made by McKee. Measures 6 7/8 h. No chips or cracks. Inglenook Antiqu...

$200.00

Covered compote in the Garden Pink pattern, made by Indiana Glass Company. First produced in 1913. Clear, pressed pattern. Measures 6 3/8 d x 9 h to top of co...

$50.00

Noritake lemon dish with handpainted fruit and blossoms. Orange luster edging with black trim in the Art Deco style. Single handle loops over edge of the 7-peta...

$65.00

Set of 4 luncheon plates in the Raised Gold pattern #42200, made by Noritake of Japan. Marked as shown, first registered in 1918. Each plate measures 8.75 d. Li...

$50.00

Restaurant ware mug from the Monterey House chain established in Beaumont, Texas in 1963. Red & black graphics on cream colored china. No manufacturer's ...

$25.00

Pair of glass mugs from Expo 67 held in Montreal Canada. Clear with black & metallic gold graphics. Each measures 5.5 h x 3 d. Nice condition with no damag...

$20.00

Hand wrought aluminum serving tray in the Poinsettia pattern, made by Farber & Shlevin. Circa 1950's. Openwork around floral center. Marked #1760. Measure...

$40.00

Hand wrought aluminum serving tray in the Wheat pattern, made by Palmer Smith. Circa 1950's. Flange handles. Marked #36. Measures 9.5 w x 20 l plus handles. G...

$45.00

Hand wrought aluminum bread tray in the Tulip pattern, made by Rodney Kent. Circa 1950's. Ribbon and flower band handles. Marked #404. Measures 8 w x 12.5 l. ...

$35.00

Molded mini pitcher with embossed eagle design, made by Frankoma Pottery. #555, 1942-64. Prairie green, actually green shaded to brown. Red Sapulpa clay. Measu...

$30.00

Bavarian china plate made by Weimar, airbrushed and hand painted with large white flowers on a peach background. Metallic gold trim shows some wear on edging as...

$30.00

Silver plated cold meat fork in the Grosvenor pattern, made by Oneida Community, circa 1921. No monogram. Measures 8.25 l. Good used condition with no excessi...

$25.00

Silver plated beef fork in a simple, yet elegant pattern, made by Rockford, circa early 1900's. Two small scrolls over end of handle; piece blends well with oth...

$20.00

Silver plated serving spoon in the Athens pattern, made by Rogers/International Silver, circa 1884. Eastlake/aesthetic style. Measures 8.25 l. Good used condi...

$20.00

Silver plated cream ladle in the Mansfield pattern, made by Carlton circa 1932. Art Deco. Measures 5.25 l. Good used condition with no excessive wear through ...

$20.00

Silver plated gravy ladle in the Harmony pattern, made by Rogers circa 1938. Art Deco floral. Measures 7 l. Good used condition with no excessive wear through...

$25.00

Small teapot in light brown glaze made by Fraunfelter China Co. of Zanesville, Ohio. Company was in business 1923-39. Restaurant ware quality with white interi...

$30.00

Ceiling light shade that suspends from 3 bead chains (sold separately). Champagne beige frosted finish on clear glass. Center measures 4 deep; 10.25 overall ...

$40.00