Friday, February 3, 2017

Collection: Depression Glass

I recently bought these sherbet glasses at Good Will, 5 for $1.35 each with discount, total $6.75.  I found them online for sale from $44.00 to $85.00 for 5!  So a pretty good deal, I think.

They are the cloverleaf design with pattern on the foot.

Hazel Atlas glassware, c. 1930-1936.

Since I'm sharing these, I will share some of my other depression glass collection.

This creamer belonged to my grandmother, and I'm so happy to have it.

Federal Georgian Lovebirds Green Depression Glass Creamer Pitcher is a vaseline glass piece with the Georgian or "Lovebirds" pattern that was manufactured from 1931 until 1936. The pattern name is Georgian, also known as Lovebirds. One side of the creamer depicts a swag with the lovebirds and the other side is decorated with a flower basket.

All of these pieces belonged to my Mother in law.  I believe the dishes trimmed in gold may have been part of a party set, and they are a close match to McKee Hickman dishes from the late 1800's.  I don't know if these are McKee Hickman, and would assume they may be from the 30's or 40's, but who knows.  If you know, please leave in a comment below.

Vintage Peanut Butter Sherbet Glass, Vintage 50's Diamond Design Footed Glasses

Depression Glass Sherbet Bowls Hazel Atlas 1930s Colonial Block Pattern 

Mayfair Center Handle Plate Pink Depression Glass Open Rose Sandwich Server Tray

Vintage handled relish tray~ If you know this pattern name, please leave in comments.  :)

 Blue Bubble glass plate, underneath pink bowls

 Cherry blossom pattern 1930's pink berry bowl

Berry bowl atop bubble plate

1930's Anchor Hocking etched floral ~1 dinner plate, 3 sandwich/luncheon plates

Vintage Wheat and flowers in gray on a frosted band with a silver gray border. Small dessert or finger bowls by LIbbey Rock Sharpe, c. 30's and 40's. 

I haven't shown each individual piece here, but I've moved the depression glass to the jelly cupboard so I could have it all in one place.  I have some pieces at the lake house that I may bring here to add to the cupboard.

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