Heisey Glassware Magazine Ads Package
Heisey Glassware! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 12 Magazine Ads in this package.
Products include: (1943) Heisey Orchid Etching Crystal. The exquisite beauty of orchids etched in Heisey's handwrought crystal. Reasonably priced, despite its rare beauty, and available in scores of open-stock pieces. (1925) For Your Table. Goblets. Sherbets. Tumblers. Parfaits. Bon-Bon. Candelabra. Grape Fruits. Jugs. Bowls. Console Sets. Candle Sticks. Candy Jars. Comports. Vases. Plates. Pitchers. Found at better stores. (1926) Heisey's Glassware - See the complete sets in dainty Moon Gleam and Flamingo colors. Recipe for Long Island Duckling, Bigarade. By Anthony Giacofci, Chef The New Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C. (1927) Tableware - Graceful bowls for flowers. Practical plates for soup, for salads, for desserts. Large sandwich plates. Goblets, sherbets and fruit cocktails. Iced tea glasses. Charming cups and saucers. Bidding problems by Milton C. Work. The third of a series. Send bids to Bridge Contest Dept., A. H. Heisey & Co., Newark, Ohio. (1927) Heisey Gifts of Glassware. Fascinating colors that capture the heart - Moon Gleam, Flamingo and Hawthorne - and gleaming crystal. The fifth and last set of six hands in a series of Bridge Bidding problems by Milton C. Work. (1930) Heisey Alexandrite Glassware. It is tinted like some rare orchid petal. (1926) An Old Southern Recipe for Quail. When Bacon, a distinguished-looking old darkey, presided over the cuisine of the Peabody Hotel at Memphis, it was famed for smothered quail on toast. (1930) Heisey Crystal Table Service. Also, The latest design No. 1401. A complete table service in crystal, Flamingo rose, Moon Gleam green or Sahara gold. (1927) Enchanting Glassware for the Smart table. (1927) Second set in a series of Bridge Bidding problems by Milton C. Work. (1926) Heisey Candlesticks. Recipe for Trout au four Davenport. By Edward Mathieu, Chef of Cuisine Davenport Hotel, Spokane. (1930) Heisey Alluring Design. Motivated by the lilies that knights of France bore into battle for ladies fair. Though charmingly voguish, this glass is moderately priced. (1949) Heisey Crystolite Pattern. 3-light Candlestick with Vase. Sandwich Plate with Footed Comport. Covered Candy Box. Clover-Leaf Relish. Gardenia Bowl. Ash Trays and Cigarette Box. And More!
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