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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 Tues thru Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4, closed Sun & Mon. Other hours by appointment. Layaway & gift certificates available.  We accept PayPal,  as well as cash &  US POSTAL SERVICE MONEY ORDERS. Robin L. Carnill, Owner

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Florence Ceramics of California created Lillian during the 1940s and 50's. Dressed in gray with burgundy trim, standing 7 1/2"high. No chips or cracks. In...

$170.00

Early American Pattern Glass water carafe in the "Prism Column" pattern, made by U.S. Glass, circa 1892. Clear glass, stands 8.75"h. Pontil scar...

$75.00

Sterling China pitcher made by the American Limoges China Company, circa 1900-02. Decorated with 2 decals of Dutch children, green & purple luster and gold ...

$95.00

Early American dinnerware jug, or pitcher, with floral decals and cobalt blue. Gold trim shows some wear. No mark other than "16" in gold on the botto...

$100.00

"Statuesque" cocktail glass with nude stem in ebony black. Pattern #3011. Made by Cambridge Glass Company, 1931-58. Stands 6 3/8"h, holds 3 oz. E...

$135.00

Japanese Satsuma vase pair with mirror image designs. Moriage decoration adorning a female flute player being watched by a male counterpart. Meiji period, circa...

$750.00

Brilliant cut glass tumbler in the "Brilliant/New Brilliant" pattern by Libbey. Circa 1905-1920, this tumbler is shown in several catalog pages with ...

$55.00

Brilliant cut glass pitcher with 4 tumblers in the "Brilliant/New Brilliant" pattern by Libbey. Circa 1905-1920, this set is shown in several catalog...

$500.00

Black glass vase with gold encrusted band near upper rim, circa 1920's. Measures 10"h. Has a few straw marks from the cooling glass, and an elongated burs...

$30.00

Pressed lead crystal vase with wheel cut star motif inside each of the 3 pinwheel panels. Early to mid 1900's. No mark. Measures 9 3/8"h. No chips or crac...

$45.00

Brilliant cut glass ice cream plate from the early 1900's. Slightly cupped dish with saw tooth edge, which has some minor chipping, but no missing teeth. Measu...

$50.00

Small majolica pitcher with flower and leaf decoration. English registry mark "Rd. 41602" from 1886. White background with magenta, yellow & brow...

$95.00

Hull "Woodland Gloss" basket, circa 1952. Rose pink shaded to green. Known as mold size 10 1/2", actually measuring 12 1/4" high. Excellent...

$225.00

Majolica pitcher with ivy vines on brick wall, circa 1890's. Shades of pink, green and brown on a cream background. This 8 1/2" high pitcher has an overall...

$300.00

Harker  "Petit Point" or "Cross-stitch" pattern drippings jar with lid, made in the 1930's. No mark. Measures 4.75"h x 5"w. ...

$40.00

Harker "Petit Point" or "Cross-stitch" pattern pie baker, made in the 1930's. "Hotoven" mark. Measures 9 1/8"d. Platinum tri...

$40.00

Pair of tall glass candlestick holders with square, rayed base. Paden City and New Martinsville (possibly others) made almost identical pieces, so I'm leaving ...

$50.00

Rabbit on Picket covered animal dish, made by Westmoreland Glass Company, from ca.1900 til the 1950's. This one bears the "2" & "3" mold...

$75.00

Water carafe in the "Tepee" or "Arizona" pattern , made by Duncan in the 1890's. Blown into the mold leaving a pontil mark on the bottom. On...

$75.00

Large pitcher in the "Horseshoe Daisy" pattern #717, introduced by New Martinsville in 1912. Has a pale "sun amethyst" appearance against a ...

$85.00