Depression Glass Manhattan Pattern

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Vintage 1930's Circle Green Pattern Depression Glass Low Sherbet Footed Drinking Glass by Anchor Hocking Glass VintageTransitShop. 5 out of 5 stars (668) $ 7.99. Only 1 ... LOT of 2 - Depression Glass - Berry Bowls with Handles (Manhattan Pattern) c. 1938-1943 Vintage1932. 5 …

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This pretty red Manhattan depression glass Relish Tray Insert was made by Hocking Glass from 1939 to 1941. This Insert is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Be sure to search our other Manhattan available. We guarantee all items to be as described. Feel free to email with any questions. THANK YOU.

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Vintage 1930's Circle Green Pattern Depression Glass Low Sherbet Footed Drinking Glass by Anchor Hocking Glass VintageTransitShop. 5 out of 5 stars (668) $ 7.99. Only 1 ... LOT of 2 - Depression Glass - Berry Bowls with Handles (Manhattan Pattern) c. 1938-1943 Vintage1932. 5 …

5 Popular Patterns of Depression Glass - Antique HQ

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8/8/2014 · Currently, the five most popular patterns of Depression glass are Cameo, Mayfair, American Sweetheart, Princess and Royal Lace. I will briefly cover characteristics of each pattern. Depression Glass Patterns Cameo Pattern Cameo was produced by Hocking from 1930-1934. Most of the Cameo a collector will find will be green, though the pattern was made in […]

Depression Glass Manhattan Pattern

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Anchor Hocking Manhattan Clear at Replacements, Ltd., with links to Manhattan Clear online pattern registration form, images of more than 425,000 china, crystal, silver and collectible patterns, specialty items for sale, silver hollowware, Christmas ornaments, and much more!

The Glassylady: Identifying Reproduction Depression Glass

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The pattern is very weak on all items; pitcher and cookie bottoms lack the circular mold mark on the bottom, the shots have too much glass in the bottom. Miss America Reproduced in pink, green( wrong shade) red amberina, cobalt, crystal and ice blue as follows: repro flat …

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VINTAGE MANHATTAN GLASS RELISH TRAY/SERVING PLATTER ...

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4/4/2016 · Depression Glass Platter Manhattan Glass Divided Serving Tray Round Art Deco Style Plate Vegetable and Dip Plate 1940's Clear Glass by ZoomVintage on Etsy Columbia bubble pattern vintage Federal depression glass plates, set of 6

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Anchor Hocking's Manhattan Pattern by Rosemary Trietsch. Manhattan is one Depression glass pattern that many people don't recognize as 'Depression glass'. It doesn't fit into the usual framework that so many of us think of when we hear the words 'depression glass.' It's not delicate with fancy edges.

Antique Depression Glass (Part-2) Price Guide - Antiques ...

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Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, in the United States around the time of the Great Depression. The Quaker Oats Company, and other food manufacturers and distributors, put a piece of glassware in boxes of food, as an incentive to purchase.

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Clear Depression Glass Round Serving Tray Manhattan Pattern by Anchor Hocking 14" round platter FrodosFindsbyNettie 5 out of 5 stars (35) $ 17.50 $ 25.00 $ 25.00 (30% off)

Blue Depression Glass - Depression Glass

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4/7/2014 · Blue depression glass is one of the most outstanding collectibles amongst glass of the depression era. Blue depression glass looks amazing after it has been cleaned. It is always sparking. It may be fragile but if it is handled with care, it is one of the best pieces of glass wares. Most of the depression glass manufacturers opt for cobalt blue ...

Depression Era, 1940s, 50s, 60s and Elegant glass patterns ...

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You can use this site to find and identify depression era glass patterns, elegant glass patterns and 1940s, 1950s and 1960s era glass patterns. It contains information about each pattern and has pictures of most patterns. All information contained in this site is to the best of our knowledge.

Early American Pattern Glass Society - MANHATTAN - U.S ...

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It should be noted that there is a Manhattan Depression Glass that in no way resembles Manhattan Pattern Glass. Manufacturer. The United States Glass Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania began manufacturing the Manhattan pattern around 1902 in factories "G" and "P". The pattern line was given the number 15078. Dates of Production

U. S. Glass Company or United States Glass Company

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U.S. Glass Company aka United States Glass Company or plain US Glass. The United States Glass Company was formed when 18 or more glass companies combined in 1891 to try to survive trying times as a combined unit. While the idea behind the formation of this company was a sound one, the area needed to be supervised and coordinated.

Antique Depression Glass | Collectors Weekly

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During the 1920s, 19th-century pattern-glass manufacturers such as McKee, Heisey, and Fostoria struggled as the real thing from Waterford and Baccarat, among other European manufacturers, became relatively inexpensive and plentiful in the United States.But when the Great Depression hit, Americans once again turned to pattern glass, which we know today as Depression glass, for entertaining and ...

Manhattan Glass Article - Just Glass

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Manhattan is one Depression glass pattern that many people don`t recognize as 'Depression glass`. It doesn`t fit into the usual framework that so many of us think of when we hear the words 'depression glass.` It`s not delicate with fancy edges. There are no flowers or etching, and it`s most often found in crystal, not the 'typical` depression ...

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Depression Glass. In the wake of the Great Depression, many glass manufacturers began making dinnerware sets, vases, Art Deco glass, and other styles of glass in their factories.Because of the economic conditions at the moment, the glass was often shoddily made, with visible marks and mistakes.

Depression Glass On Parade – Pattern Photos

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Manhattan Depression Glass. Manhattan Depression Glass. Maker: Hocking Glass. Date Produced: 1938 to 1943. Colors: Mostly clear with some pink and a few pieces of Royal Ruby. You can get a small dinner set in Manhattan but the pieces that have the most looks are the accessories like the tilt pitcher, vase, candy jar and relish tray.

Everything You Need to Know about Depression Glass ...

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Many of you are probably wondering what Depression glass is. Depression glass is a type of dinnerware that was mass produced in the 1920’s and 1930’s. It often came with food, especially from the Quaker Oats Company. Remember how your mom got those glass animals with her Lipton Tea when you were a kid? Same idea. It even was given out at movie theaters and other businesses! It came in lots of great colors: green, red, black, a…