I have three of these Florentine No.2 Luncheon Plates. They are priced separately. You may buy one or all three. They are 8 1/2" with the round shape. Their pretty floral Poppy pattern depression design was produced by the Hazel Atlas Co. from 1932 to 1935. Although there are no chips or cracks, these plates were used and show utensil marks. They are a lovely green design and would be a nice addition to any depression glass collection.
Ca 1929 green Depression era glass ashtray with central holder for a matchbook. Flat rim with checkerboard pattern, bottom decoration of multiple rays. Has the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company 'H over A' mark on bottom. Excellent condition but does have a straw mark (manufacturing flaw) inside, just under the rim. Measures 3 7/8 inches across top, 3/4 inch tall. Due to the chemistry of the glass formula used to make this glassware it fluoresces under black-light, as shown. When many pieces are lit up in this way
Five roly poly glasses by Hazel Atlas in the cobalt blue glass with white Windmill depression pattern, from the 1930s Sportsman Series. They measure apx 2 1/2" tall x 2 1/2" top diameter and have a five ounce capacity. Very good used condition. No chips or cracks, the windmill graphics are bright and intact.
Here are four berry bowls from Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. They are in the "Fancy" Pattern and are in the green color. These were produced starting in 1929 and into the early 1930's. There are three bowl with the crimped edge rims and one with the plain rim. The plain rim was the first introduced in 1929 and then the crimped edge followed shortly thereafter. The crimp edge bowls are 4.75" across the rim, the plain edge is just under 4.25". I can detect no chips, cracks, flakes or other damage. There is a
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas Newport-Cobalt Blue 11" Sandwich Plate - Cobalt Blue Depression Glass
Green Depression Glass saucer in the Cloverleaf pattern by Hazel Atlas circa 19311936. It measures 5 12 across. There is minor wear on the bottom rim as would be expected. No chips cracks or dings. This is a pretty piece of depression glass.
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas Royal Lace-Clear 96 Ounce Pitcher with Ice Lip - Clear,Depression Glass
Depression Period Florentine No.2 Tumbler Another item from the Florentine No. 2 pattern collection from Hazel-Atlas is this green 5 inch 9 oz. footed tumbler. In perfect condition made between 1932 and 1935 only, no chips, cracks or crazing. Never been in a dishwasher. Only 1 in stock.
Here is a nice depression glass pitcher from Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, circa 1930's. It is in the Colony pattern, also referred to as G-13025. It stands 6 1/2" tall, is 5 1/2" across the rim and 4 1/4" across the base. There is a factory flaw line in the glass about 1" from the bottom of the bowl, on the outside, extending most of the way around the body. It is not a crack. There are a few light scratches from many years of use. No chips, cracks, flakes or other damage. A nice addition to your Hazel-Atlas,
Green, Depression Glass. Footed Shaker & Metal Lid in the Florentine #2-Green pattern by Hazel-Atlas
Chevron Cobalt Milk Jug $24 .00 Depression period 1930's production by Hazel Atlas. This is the Chevron pattern Milk Pitcher in Cobalt Blue. Size is 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 and is in perfect condition. Only 1 available. This pattern included a smaller cream & sugar in crystal, pink & blue.
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas New Century-Green 80 Oz Pitcher with Ice Lip - Green, Depression Glass
Green depression glass pitcher Made by Hazel Atlas from 1930-35, this beautiful green 60 oz. depression glass pitcher is in the New Century pattern. It measures 8″ at the tip of the ice lip, is 4″ in diameter across the base and 4 1/2″ across the opening. It has no chips or cracks, just 2 small scratches on the front surface. An excellent example of this pattern for your collection ! HNC101 New Century New Century Related Products
This is a lovely Hazel Atlas pink Diamond Optic iced tea pitcher. This is the lipped variety . It holds 54 ounces and is 8 inches tall. This lovely old pitcher was made in the 1930's and is pictured on page 156 of the "The Hazel-Atlas Identification and Value Guide" by Gene and Cathy Florence. It is in excellent condition and has no bites, chips, or cracks. The bottom is marked with the Hazel Atlas logo "H over A".
Clear,Depression Glass. Ruffled Edge Candlestick in the Royal Lace-Clear pattern by Hazel-Atlas
Florentine No. 2 Tumblers Produced between 1932 and 1935 only by the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company. This is the Florentine No. 2 pattern, also known as"Poppy No.2" and should not be confused with Florentine No.1 that has the squared or hex shaped rims and feet. Both were made during the same period but this pattern has round rims and feet. These are the 9 ounce - 4" water glasses, a set of 3 at a clearance price . Tumblers are becoming very scarce and these are in pristine condition - have never seen a
Hazel Atlas Green Depression Glass Bowl Product ID : 14 Description A sweet little bowl to add to your collection. This is a Hazel Atlas Green Depression Glass bowl. It is marked on the bottom with the large H and A. I believe this is the small bowl of the group. It measures approx. 5 1/2 inches across the top. This bowl is in very good condition. There are a few very light scratches in the bottom and lower sides.
Hazel Atlas Green Depression Glass Syrup Pitcher Hazel Atlas Green Depression Glass Syrup Pitcher This is a vintage Hazel Atlas Syrup Pitcher - Green Depression Glass. It has a metal top and is spring loaded. This works really well. The pitcher is in good condition - it does show signs of age and use. There are also some chips along the top lip of the pitcher. "These are probably due to letting the lid down fast- Please see the pictures. The metal is oxidized- aged. The pitcher is 6 1/2 inches tall by 3 1/4
By Hazel Atlas, in their Ribbon pattern, these two sherbets are from the 1930's. These fluoresce under a black light though I had difficulty photographing the sherbets under that lighting. One of the sherbets has a ding on the side of its bowl (shown in a close up photo). There are occasional bubbles and straw marks which is typical of depression era glassware. Both sherbets are without etching --nice and clear glass. The price is for both.
Shopping Cart Shipping Hazel Atlas Depression Glass Uranium Green Art Deco Salt Shaker MG1262 Elegant Art Deco Salt Shaker by Hazel Atlas Glass Company. The official name for this depression glass shaker is unknown at this time. It is a beautiful depression green (some call it uranium green) and has a very moderinistic or art deco shape, as well as a raised, stippled pattern on each of the 4 sides. It is 3 inches tall to the rim, and 3 5/8 with the lid in place. It is in good used condition. I've provided
Hazel-Atlas - Hazel-Atlas Diamond Optic-Pink Champagne/Tall Sherbet - Diamond Design, Depression Glass, Pink
Here is a trio of cobalt blue Moderntone sherbets and under-plates. Moderntone was produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in the late 30's to the early 40's. It is admired for its rich colors and simple style. Each sherbet stands 3" tall and 3 3/4" across. The plates are 5 7/8" in diameter. They are all in very good condition without chips or cracks.