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Time and Again Antiques offers a wide variety of antiques and collectables here on Facebook, displayed under my name RikRakRoz on ebay, and in two east central Indiana Antique Malls (Old 67 Antique Mall in Muncie, and Old National Trail Antiques in Dunreith).

12" deco style figural horse by Cliftwood Art Pottery of Morton, Illinois. c. 1920 - 1930.  White glaze lightly shaded w...
24/05/2022

12" deco style figural horse by Cliftwood Art Pottery of Morton, Illinois. c. 1920 - 1930. White glaze lightly shaded with gray/black brush decoration.

A recent estate find for that special Carnival glass collector on your Christmas list! Gorgeous 9” Northwood Rose Show b...
01/12/2021

A recent estate find for that special Carnival glass collector on your Christmas list! Gorgeous 9” Northwood Rose Show bowl - just waiting for a beautiful display case to live in!

NORTHWOOD ROSE SHOW RUFFLED BOWL from a recent Indiana estate sale. This is a lovely example of a special piece from Northwood. The bowl is free of cracks or other major wear marks. It DOES have a small knick in the edge of one ruffle -- I would describe it as being between a flea bite and a chip.

These tiny bisque/porcelain anthropomorphised figurines are another of our collecting addictions ... Made In Japan befor...
28/08/2021

These tiny bisque/porcelain anthropomorphised figurines are another of our collecting addictions ... Made In Japan before and after WWII, until the early 1950s, these tiny figures range in size from 1 - 2 inches and come in a wide variety of animals ... dogs, kittens, pigs, etc - they are dressed in varying costumes, from clowns to band costumes, all painted and formed with great attention to detail and color and are all enchanting. As far as I'm able to determine, the production of these tiny bisque figures was a cottage industry designed to create and stabilize a new Japanese economy. The figures were exported to the US and sold mainly in 5&10 variety stores. They sold for literally pennies, often times from the bins they had been shipped in. They were a favorite of Knic-Knac collectors, and often found their way into the toy boxes of young children as well. (Personal Collection)

EAPG 9" Pitcher by the Co-Operative Flint Glass Company of Beaver Falls, PA.  The pattern is Basketweave No. 110, c. 188...
11/07/2021

EAPG 9" Pitcher by the Co-Operative Flint Glass Company of Beaver Falls, PA. The pattern is Basketweave No. 110, c. 1886. (This pitcher is available, and there are three stemmed goblets available in the same pattern.)

A recent addition in the kitchen glassware category, this one is a Glasbake piece; a two quart milkglass casserole in th...
11/07/2021

A recent addition in the kitchen glassware category, this one is a Glasbake piece; a two quart milkglass casserole in the very difficult to find "Stylized Apple" design. There doesn't appear to be an official name for the design - I added it to my collection because is just says "Mid century '50s" to me. Glasbake Ovenware was introduced by the McKee Glass Company in the early 1900s. The name has undergone several owners since then, and this piece was produced by the Jeanette Company, approximately 1960. (Personal Collection)

Just in time for Holiday entertaining! - 5 Sets of Vintage Ucago salad/dessert settings in opalescent December Holly pat...
01/12/2019

Just in time for Holiday entertaining! - 5 Sets of Vintage Ucago salad/dessert settings in opalescent December Holly pattern. The salad/dessert plates are 7.5" in diameter and the cups are the footed design. All pieces are in excellent condition, there are no chips or cracks, and the patterns are intact with bright, vibrant colors. They are offered at $22.00 per place setting. Shipping is available, or message us for local pick up!

Our second spotlighted offering of Hull pottery is this lovely BowKnot style vase in the Wild Flowers pattern done in pi...
06/09/2019

Our second spotlighted offering of Hull pottery is this lovely BowKnot style vase in the Wild Flowers pattern done in pink and blue.. The vase is 8 1/2" tall and is in excellent original condition.

If you have questions, please post to our attention in the comments section and we will reply to you!

We've just celebrated Labor Day, and inevitably, thoughts begin to turn to autumn and the seasonal holidays ... For your...
06/09/2019

We've just celebrated Labor Day, and inevitably, thoughts begin to turn to autumn and the seasonal holidays ... For your early gift shopping inspiration, we offer two excellent pieces of Hull Art Pottery. These were found in the collection of a Michigan art pottery lover, and are both difficult to find especially in this excellent, nearly pristine condition.

First, we offer a large double cornucopia form in the Water Lily pattern, and the sought after Brown/tan color. 8" tall x 13 1/4" wide.

If you have questions, please post to our attention in the comments section and we will reply to you!

· Be sure to visit our Booth  #48 at Old 67 Antique Mall, Muncie, IN ... .. Browse through the additional photos of boot...
18/01/2019

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Be sure to visit our Booth #48 at Old 67 Antique Mall, Muncie, IN ... .. Browse through the additional photos of booth inventory and if you see something you like, feel free to contact us via the comments section of the posted photos ..

Come see us, and stay to shop through the entire mall!

A wide variety of small items perfect for stocking stuffers or wrapped under the tree! See them at the mall, or contact ...
18/12/2018

A wide variety of small items perfect for stocking stuffers or wrapped under the tree! See them at the mall, or contact us through comments ....!

Elegant and unusual Christmas gift for that very special person!Haviland Limoges Pot de Creme set. Six cups and lids are...
10/12/2018

Elegant and unusual Christmas gift for that very special person!

Haviland Limoges Pot de Creme set. Six cups and lids are 3.75" square and the tray is 13" from handle to handle. This is currently listed on EBay - under dealer name RikRakRoz, or direct questions to us via the comments section below ..
No Longer Available - THANK YOU!

Additional examples of "Sooner" American Art Glass - also known by the popular description "Arklahoma."  These very abst...
09/12/2018

Additional examples of "Sooner" American Art Glass - also known by the popular description "Arklahoma." These very abstract pieces date to the mid-twentieth century and can be considered Folk Art and art glass They are hand blown/swung. In addition to vases previously featured, we're offering three Sooner Glass swans in two different styles ... a basket bowl and two "boats."
These items are currently on display in our Booth #48 at Old 67 Antique Mall in Muncie Indiana.

For additional information and pricing please contact us through the comments area at the bottom of this post!

A slight departure from the usual EAPG and post-WWI glassware,  This is Anchor-Hocking's Criss-Cross Prismatic pattern, ...
17/08/2018

A slight departure from the usual EAPG and post-WWI glassware, This is Anchor-Hocking's Criss-Cross Prismatic pattern, done in Depression Glass pink. The pattern was also used in kitchen ware items, from refrigerator dishes to mixing bowls. Another example of the between the wars impulse to produce utilitarian, affordable wares that were also attractive and aesthetically pleasing. I am always fascinated with the attention and care given to the designs of these "everyday" glassware pieces, and amazed that they were so affordable to the average homemaker. Most pieces seem to have sold for literally pennies, and the wholesale prices were incredibly low. (Personal Collection)

Most recent addition to our collection of EAPG - This is an 8" pitcher from the Portland Glass Co.(Maine) in the Jewel a...
17/08/2018

Most recent addition to our collection of EAPG - This is an 8" pitcher from the Portland Glass Co.(Maine) in the Jewel and Shell pattern. The pitcher dates to the 1863 - 1873 time period. (Personal Collection)

Offering a very pretty Bartlett Collins frosted pitcher, decorated by Gay Fad Studios.  Gay Fad studios opened in Lancas...
13/08/2018

Offering a very pretty Bartlett Collins frosted pitcher, decorated by Gay Fad Studios. Gay Fad studios opened in Lancaster, Ohio in 1945 by Fran Taylor. Taylor and a small staff worked first from her home, and then a professional studio designing many different decorations which they then painted on "blank" glassware from factories such as Anchor Hocking, Hazel Atlas and Federal Glass, among others. The small business was very successful through the 1950s, finally closing in 1962

This lovely pitcher has one of the most complete designs we've seen on Gay Fad glassware and is available here online. Inquiries can be made online in the comments section.

Very Retro, Very '70s!  Royal Crown China, Paradise pattern - we offer a set of four mini-casseroles with lids. Made in ...
13/08/2018

Very Retro, Very '70s! Royal Crown China, Paradise pattern - we offer a set of four mini-casseroles with lids. Made in Japan during the 1970s, this charming and colorful pattern is quickly becoming popular with collectors - the colors and many serving pieces make it a charming addition to any table setting! The individual casseroles are 4.75" in diameter.

Contact us through comments for pricing ... SOLD!!! Thank You!

Something classically Mid Century Modern -  DeForest California Pottery table model cigarette lighter in the quintessent...
04/06/2018

Something classically Mid Century Modern - DeForest California Pottery table model cigarette lighter in the quintessential 1950s orange accented with wonderful gold drip glaze. Nostalgia at its best for that authentic '50s touch. (Sold!!! Thank You!!!)

Please use "Reply" to ask for further information and pricing!

Yet another example of Arklahoma/Sooner glass - this one even more abstract in design, but still with coiled base and lo...
30/05/2018

Yet another example of Arklahoma/Sooner glass - this one even more abstract in design, but still with coiled base and lovely swirling colors.

This is a large vase, and can be shipped safely in time for Christmas gifting. In Addition, be sure to check all our online Ebay auctions dealer name RikRakRoz, and the Time and Again Face Book page ... If you have any questions or see something you like, contact us in comments or via private messaging Ricka Smith !

SOLD! Thank You!

The second of our Arklahoma/Sooner glass offering, also to be found on EBay under dealer name RikRakRoz - Clearly Art Gl...
30/05/2018

The second of our Arklahoma/Sooner glass offering, also to be found on EBay under dealer name RikRakRoz - Clearly Art Glass, I've always considered glass of this multi-color, swirl design as American Folk Art, and highly collectible. The colors are wonderful and photographs do not do them justice! SOLD!!!

The first of three examples of "Sooner" American Art Glass - also known by the popular description "Arklahoma."  These v...
30/05/2018

The first of three examples of "Sooner" American Art Glass - also known by the popular description "Arklahoma." These very abstract pieces date to the mid-twentieth century and can be considered "Mid-Century Modern." They are hand blown/swung.

This vase is offered for sale, and can be shipped in time to arrive for Christmas gifting. Contact us through comments on this listing ... (Sold!!! Thank You!!!)

The latest addition to a small personal collection of Early American Pressed Glass - this small sugar and creamer in a v...
21/05/2018

The latest addition to a small personal collection of Early American Pressed Glass - this small sugar and creamer in a variation of the Colonial Panel pattern .... Also visible in this picture are a Norhtwood Tree Trunk Vase and the corner of a milkglass hobnail spooner. The Northwood vase and the milkglass are available, but the EAPG is part of our private collection.

I've recently become interested in American glassware pieces from late 1890s to c. 1940, just prior to WWII. I've divided that era into pre and post WWI, which is a definite line of demarcation of American attitude about modernity and a more cosmopolitan/urban outlook on American progress. EAPG for instance was a product that was manufactured in great quantity and meant to be available to every household; it was heavy, beautifully designed glass which sought to mimic more expensive cut glass and crystal ware. Post WWI we begin to see what is more commonly recognized as "kitchenware" and decorative pieces for the table and living areas. There is a huge variety and for many of us, collecting and researching is a trip down memory lane.

Last minute   gifts! Booth 48 - Old 67 Antique Mall in Muncie, IN.If you have questions about anything on the page, cont...
12/05/2018

Last minute gifts! Booth 48 - Old 67 Antique Mall in Muncie, IN.

If you have questions about anything on the page, contact me through "comments" and we'll get right back to you.

12.25" Serving Tray made by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the "Baltimore Pear" design. This tray is c. 1950Available online...
11/05/2018

12.25" Serving Tray made by the Jeannette Glass Co. in the "Baltimore Pear" design. This tray is c. 1950

Available online through Time and Again, or at the Old 67 Antique Mall, booth #48.

Imperial Glass Lace Edge pattern console bowl, with intaglio fruit design center. c. 1930s - 1940s Available online thro...
11/05/2018

Imperial Glass Lace Edge pattern console bowl, with intaglio fruit design center. c. 1930s - 1940s

Available online through Time and Again, or at the Old 67 Antique Mall, booth #48.

Antique Ansonia Porcelain Flow Blue Mantel Clock - runs well, original key and pendulum - very soft, mellow chime.This s...
02/05/2018

Antique Ansonia Porcelain Flow Blue Mantel Clock - runs well, original key and pendulum - very soft, mellow chime.

This sweet old clock is no longer available.

More glass - This is L E Smith glass company, Dominion - Georgian Honeycomb, butter or cheese dish. The under-dish is 8"...
02/05/2018

More glass - This is L E Smith glass company, Dominion - Georgian Honeycomb, butter or cheese dish. The under-dish is 8" in diameter. (Personal Collection)

Another late 19th c. EAPG piece, this 5" tall clear glass spooner is still a mystery as to maker and pattern design. Ano...
30/04/2018

Another late 19th c. EAPG piece, this 5" tall clear glass spooner is still a mystery as to maker and pattern design. Another elegant and deceptively simple style, the top edge of the spoon holder is delicately ruffled and decorated. (Personal Collection)

This EAPG compote is just under 10" tall, and 6" diameter.  It is  very heavy glass, and is a beautiful, very simple, el...
30/04/2018

This EAPG compote is just under 10" tall, and 6" diameter. It is very heavy glass, and is a beautiful, very simple, elegant design. I'm still researching to identify the maker and pattern name. (Personal Collection)

An Easter - Spring GroupingA Roselaine style 1950s California pottery deer.  The charming flower fairy and Tulip are Ger...
01/04/2018

An Easter - Spring Grouping

A Roselaine style 1950s California pottery deer. The charming flower fairy and Tulip are German bisque, and a Napco egg vase with applied flowers and gold trim.

Happy Easter to our friends and customers
01/04/2018

Happy Easter to our friends and customers

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Time and Again Antiques offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles here on Facebook, displayed under the dealer name RikRakRoz on EBay, and in East Central Indiana’s Old 67 Antique Mall in Muncie (Dealer #48). I have a web site and a blog in the works, and in the mean time please contact me using the message button on this page if you have questions about anything offered by Time and Again Antiques. Happy Shopping!