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I gave a green mayonnaise dish complete with bottom tray and ladle, and a Mayfair round pink 10" handled bowl. Considering both are in excellent condition, what would be reasonable prices to ask at my estate sale? I tried to find prices on eBay, but as usual, they are all over the place.

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I can't really speak to specific patterns for pricing, the most I know of glassware is to see if it glows under black light, a good indicator that it could be uranium glass which has higher value to collectors of uranium glass specifically.

There is the group Glass Hound Heaven on here which may be of assistance as it is more active then this group presently is.

I generally don't use eBay as a guide for pricing for my online store. The prices are usually lower due to it being an auction style format. I looked up your pieces in my reference library though. The Mt Pleasant bowl in green is $15-20, same for the plate, but I didn't find any reference for a spoon. The Mayfair bowl is $35-45. This is just a guide mind you. I generally look it up in my books and double check online to see what the market is doing and go from there. Hope that helps!

Thanks, OTG. I have so much DG that my mom collected and now I've inherited. Too bad the market for it has gone ice cold here in the northeast. I had the pink bowl out last year for $20 and the green set for $15 and no one even looked at them. I was wondering if I over-priced them.

My (Most recent) Depression Glass book is dated 1994, shows the 10" Vegetable bowl at $24.00 USD. Value today (2020) is unknown.

Your Mayo bowl is Elegant glass made during the Depression but not Depression Glass per se. I don't have any info on it.

My Kitchen Glassware of the Depression book dtd 1987 gives your green ladle a value of $8.00.


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