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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 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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Federal Glass Company's "Sharon" or "Cabbage Rose" creamer in green. 1935-39. Measures 3.5"h x 5" overall diameter. Nice condition...

$22.50

Federal Glass Company's "Sharon" or "Cabbage Rose" plate in green. 1935-39. Measures 7.25"d. Nice condition with only light wear, no ch...

$22.50

Jeanette crystal clear wedding bowl covered candy dish, circa 1950's.  Stands 6.25"h with cover, 4"w. Has one tiny flake at corner of lid that I...

$20.00

Imperial Glass Company's "Candlewick" molded round ashtray, #400/150. Pink colored glass, 6" diameter x 1"h. Pattern was popular from the 1...

$24.00

Imperial Glass Company's "Candlewick" molded heart shape dishes. Set of 3 in crystal clear glass, 4", 5" and 6" diameter. Pattern was ...

$50.00

German glass roemer with engraved grapevines and "T.S. Hanseatic" etched along top rim. Souvenir of the German Atlantic Line passenger ship. Hollow g...

$45.00

Early American pressed glass butter dish bottom in the "ABC" pattern. Maker unknown, ca. 1860's-80's. Clear glass, measures 6.25"d. Minor factor...

$30.00

Early American pressed glass serving plate in the "Willow Oak" pattern. Made by Bryce/US Glass, ca. 1880-91. Clear glass, measures 9"d plus tab ...

$30.00

Early American pressed glass shaker in the "Frosted Chick" pattern. Maker unknown, ca. 1870's-80's. Clear glass, measures 3.25"h. No chips or cra...

$30.00

Early American pressed glass creamer in the "Double Beetle Band" pattern. Made by the Columblia Glass Co., ca. 1880's. Clear glass, measures 5.25&quot...

$30.00

Early American pattern glass cruet with stopper in "Block & Spearpoint" or "Diamond Point & Waffle" pattern, late 1800's. Clear glas...

$45.00

Early American pattern glass cruet in "Feathered Medallion" pattern, made by Higbee Glass Co., ca. 1905. Clear glass with pontil scar. Measures 4 7/8&...

$30.00

Early American pattern glass cruet with stopper in "Block & Lattice" or "Big Button" pattern, made by Pioneer Glass Co., ca. 1891. Clear...

$35.00

Early American pattern glass cruet in "Richmond" pattern, made by Nickel Plate/U.S. Glass Co., ca. 1891. Clear glass, kicked-up bottom with pontil sc...

$30.00

Early American pattern glass 3-footed creamer in "Chippendale" pattern, possibly made by Jefferson Glass Co., ca. 1909. Clear glass with engraved grap...

$25.00

Early American pattern glass sugar with lid in a "Zipper Variant" pattern, ca. 1900. Clear glass. Measures 4.75" handle to handle, 4.5"h. Go...

$30.00

"Beaded Grape Medallion" sauce bowls, made by the Boston Silver Glass Company, 1869-71. Clear EAPG. Set of 3 bowls, each measures 4"d x 1"h...

$45.00

Morgantown Glass Company's "Kirby" cordial in sea green with a clear foot. Pattern #6046, early-mid 1900's. Measures 3 1/16"h x 1 5/8"d. Has...

$30.00

Set of 6 lead crystal salt dips, or cellars, with pressed and cut pattern on clear glass. European origin, likely Czech or German, early 1900's. Hexagonal pedes...

$90.00 OBO

Tomato ware teapot made by Maruhon, hand-painted in Japan during the 1930's-50's. Has all the traits of a hand-decorated majolica piece, with it's inherent drip...

$85.00