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Here is a very nice Royal Lace depression glass luncheon plate by the Hazel Atlas Company. The plate stands about 1/2 inches or 1.3 cm high and has an approximate diameter of 8 1/4 inches or 20.1 cm. There is roughness to the exterior rim.
~Vintage Hazel Atlas Chevron Pattern Crystal Glass Creamer~Art Deco chevron design~Measures 6" long by 2-1/2" wide and 4" high~Condition - Great vintage condition with no chips, cracks or flea bites 1880's-1956The Hazel Atlas Glass company was formed in 1902 out of a merger between the Atlas Company (circa 1880's) and the Hazel Company. This union started a long history which would later produce the largest glass company in the world.Unlike many of the dozens of Glass manufacturers of the era, Hazel Atlas
Great Vintage Light Green Glass Batter Mixing Bowl Depression glass Nice set of four depression glass green mixing bowls I love the look and feel of this ribbed pattern, Nice lip/ rim on these bowls. easy to handle. feels like it came straight from a farm house kitchen. Great to use as a mixing bowls or serving bowls, or for display.Approx. measurments6 3/4"7 1/2"8 1/2"9 1/4 inches in diameter.In good vintage condition with no chips or cracks but does have some surface wear and scratching, particularly on
Here is a nice little depression green glass pitcher from Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. It is in the Florentine No. 1, "Poppy", pattern. This pattern was produced from 1932 to 1935. It stands 6 7/8" tall and is 3 3/8" across the base, 5" across the rim. There is one tiny flake on the handle, near the top, a little roughness to the finger along the seam line on the handle, and a little roughness to the finger along a section of the inside rim. Nothing too egregious, but I have marked it down accordingly. Nice
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas New Century-Green 7 Inch Breakfast Plate - Green, Depression Glass
Salt amp Pepper Shakers Hazel Atlas Lrg Depression Vaseline Green Glass Nice pair of Hazel Atlas salt amp pepper shakers in vaseline green glass which glows under a black light. One of the shakers has a silver colored metal top and the other a gold col
This Hazel Atlas bowl is the "Fancy" pattern produced in 1929. The bowl is 4 1/4 inches wide and almost 2 inches high. This is a lovely little bowl to add to your depression glass collection. There are no chips or cracks. If you have questions about this bowl, please convo me.International customers, convo for the cost of shipping to your area.
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas Royal Lace-Pink Bread and Butter Plate - Pink ,Depression Glass
I am having difficulty with the identification of these grill plates as I have found the grill plates in this pattern offered by anyone who "knows". My best guess is Hazel Atlas Ribbon or perhaps Block Optic. The grill plate only has one row of the panels which are not very arched and I feel a bit weak on the call. Anchor Hocking has the Colonial Block pattern but I think that is arched even of the grill plate. I shall appreciate your opinion as to the pattern. Thanks! Herb These are obviously green, and as
Cobalt, Depression Glass. Serving Plate with Center Handle HC in the Moderntone Platonite-Cobalt pattern by Hazel-Atlas
Very old 1930s black depression glass Hazel Atlas salt and pepper shakers with etched flowers on both sides. Lids are silver plate and have hair line crack on both, salt shaker lid has turned green from oxidation, but the glass shakers are in excellent condition. Shakers are approx 3 3/4 high and 1 1/2 wide with no markings.Please visit our other site for all your handmade items and vintage clothing. http://www.etsy.com/shop/SplashOfLuvInternational buyers, please convo me if you are interested in a
WOW! A SET OF FOUR!! Vintage, old, depression era! How great is this?We offer two sizes of depression era furniture casters in GREEN! YAY! These were placed under the legs of furniture to protect the floor. We have all four legs covered in this set! Its unusual to find a set! Two are for the front - smaller - and 2 are larger - back. Smaller ones measure 2 1/2" outer measurement with 3/4" high Inside diameter is 1 5/8"Larger two measure 3" outer diameter x 3/4" tall Inside diameter is 2 1/8"I don't have
In excellent Vintage condition. Photo looks like it may have an imperfection, but it's the photo. Very pretty creamer. I have a set of the pink glass and it makes a beautiful table.
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Pair of Dark green glass coal scuttles / buckets with metal handle made by Hazel Atlas during the Eames Era. Marked with the triple ldquoCrdquo on underside representing the Continental Can Company logo. Continental Can purchased Hazel Atla...
Vintage 1940s creamer and sugar, yellow Newport pattern depression glass, by Hazel Atlas, in excellent condition. No chips, cracks or wear. They measure 4" high. Enjoy!Visit this link to my shop to see my other antiques and vintage treasures for sale!! - RedRiverAntiques .etsy .comVisit this link to my vintage supplies shop to see my supplies for sale- FiddleHillCrafts .etsy .comI do ship internationally, please convo me for a quote.
DEPRESSION GLASS WIND CHIME -- GLASS YARD ART -- GARDEN ART -- VINTAGE TEA CUPPicture this unique wind chime in your window waiting for a chance to hang outside this spring! Delightful glass chimes tinkle merrily with even the slightest breeze, and the earthtone color plays well with any decor.Upcycled from a vintage tea cup and saucer, these pieces were originally produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company and is the Moroccan Amethyst pattern introduced in the 1940s.Approximately a foot from top to bottom,
Barbara and Jim Mauzy are known for providing well written, easy-to-use, accurate books. They bring their expertise regarding vintage kitchenware to this new book, which has all new items and no repetition of the items presented in their earlier book on the subject. If you buy or sell kitchen glass bowls, reamers, shakers, and so on, this new book belongs in your library. More than 45 manufacturers are represented including Westmoreland, Sneath, Paden City, Cambridge, McKee, Jeannette, Hocking, Hazel-Atlas,
During the Great Depression, glass companies turned to machine made methods to produce inexpensive, colorful glass for the table and kitchen. Green was a popular color for this glassware and its popularity is very evident today among collectors. This book, the first of its kind to extensively cover only Depression Era green glass, contains over 250 color photographs illustrating a wide variety of pieces. Examples of forty-six patterns and brief histories of the glass companies are included, along with a
During the Great Depression, glass companies turned to machine-made methods to produce inexpensive, colorful glass. Due to its wonderful variety, availability, beauty, and usefulness, this type of glassware has endured to become one of the hottest collectibles on today's antiques market. This is the first book to extensively cover only Depression Era pink glass; pink was the most popular color of glassware then and has retained its popularity to the present day. It contains over 200 color photographs,
During the Great Depression, glass companies turned to machine-made methods to produce inexpensive, colorful glass. Due to its wonderful variety, availability, beauty, and usefulness, this type of glassware has endured to become one of the hottest collectibles on today's antiques market. Here is the first book to extensively cover only Depression Era pink glass; pink was the most popular color of glassware then and has retained its popularity to the present day. It contains over 200 color photographs,
Hazel Atlas Glass ID & Value Guide 2nd Ed by: Gene & Cathy Florence Hazel Atlas Glass Identification & Value Guide Second Edition by: Gene Florence, Cathy Florence Gene Florence, Cathy Florence OOP -CB -2008 -9781574326055 -X2 Description The Hazel-Atlas Company was established in Washington, Pennsylvania, in 1902 as a result of the merger of the Hazel Glass Company and the neighboring Atlas Glass and Metal Company. Though its corporate offices were located in Wheeling, West Virginia, Hazel-Atlas
This cobalt blue glass tumbler was manufactured by Hazel-Atlas in the late 1930's. The pattern is known as Ships, Sailboats, or Sportsman Series according to Gene Florence's Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass, Eighteenth Edition. This tumbler measures 4 5/8 inches tall. The sides of the glass are tapered from a diameter of 2 1/2 inches at the lip, to 2 inches at the bottom. It is not marked. It is in very good condition. While there is some wear on the ships, they are still well-defined. in the
Green was a popular color for glassware made during the Depression and its popularity among collectors is very evident today. This book includes examples of forty-six patterns and brief histories of the glass companies, along with a chapter of incidental pieces from such firms as Anchor Hocking, Bartlett-Collins, Federal, Hazel-Atlas, Imperial, L. E. Smith, U. S. Glass and others. An indispensable guide for all who collect Depression Era glass and enjoy the beauty of green glassware.
Mauzy's Depression Era Kitchen Glass by: Barbara & Jim Mauzy Mauzy's Depression Era Kitchen Glass With Price Guide by: Barbara Mauzy, Jim Mauzy Barbara Mauzy, Jim Mauzy SO -SCH -2006 -0764325558 -WH3 Description Barbara and Jim Mauzy are known for providing well written, easy-to-use, accurate books. They bring their expertise regarding vintage kitchenware to this new book, which has all new items and no repetition of the items presented in their earlier book on the subject. If you buy or sell kitchen
Here is a gorgeous green sugar and creamer set in the Cloverleaf pattern. Cloverleaf was produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company from 1930 to 1936, which makes this set at least 77 years old! Each piece measures 3 5/8" tall. The set is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or flea bites and showing only light indications of use. The set is pictured in "Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass" by Gene & Cathy Florence.