$ 16.94 $ 24.95
4 1/4" tall x 10 fluid oz capacity fine bone china mug with platinum banding. Marked on the bottom: 'Gleneagles of Edinburgh London Landmarks Fine Bone China'. Base is color white with scenes of London in hues of gray - Tower of London, Tower Bridge, London Eye Ferris Wheel, and Big Ben. Pre-owned, gently displayed without chips or cracks.
This is a ceramic tall mug named 'OPAL' that was designed by Susan Paley and distributed by Ganz. This pre-owned, 16 ounce capacity mug has an oversize handle and is decorated on all outer surfaces to look like a woman in a green frock. The mug stands 6 1/4" tall and has a non-skid surface on the bottom. No chips or cracks. I believe it originally had a lid but the lid is not present.
$ 49.94 $ 62.95
We are pleased to offer this set of ten (10) heavy, clear glass mugs with red and green applied color holly berry swag at the base. Each is embossed 'Made in USA' on the bottom and each has a gold accent rim at the top opening. Each stands 3 3/4" tall and holds 14 fluid ounces. I believe these were a promotional or giveaway item at Arby's Restaurants in the 1980's. They were probably made by Libbey Rock Sharpe as the designs are a perfect match to the LRS3 pattern.
These vintage tumblers are pre-owned but appear unused. There are no chips, cracks, or scratches.
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$ 24.94 $ 29.95
This listing is for a pair of heavy clear glass advertiser mugs with oversize handles. Each has 'DORNIER' and an image of an airplane in blue on one side. Each mug stands 5 1/2" tall and has a top opening diameter of 2 7/8". These tall glass advertiser mugs are pre-owned but are in very good condition, without chips and cracks.Dornier was a German aircraft manufacturer that was founded in 1914. They produced and designed aircraft for both civil and military markets. They became part of Daimler-Benz in 1985.