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Depression Glassware

Depression Glassware

Depression Glass is machine made, mass produced, colored and crystal glassware made during the Depression years (Early to Mid 30s). Some of the major glass companies that produced Depression Glass were: The Federal Glass Company, The Hocking (later Anchor Hocking) Glass Company, The Hazel Atlas Glass Company, The Indiana Glass Company, The Jeannette Glass Company and The Macbeth Evans Glass Company.

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  1. L. E. Smith Moon and Star Flame / Amberina  #4209 - 7" Round Butter

    L. E. Smith Moon and Star Flame / Amberina #4209 - 7" Round Butter

    Company Owner / Distributor: L. E. Smith - Pattern: Moon and Star - Item: #4209 - 7" Round Butter - Color: Flame / Amberina - Circa: 1965 - 1979 - Mark: Unmarked --L. E. Smith started marking some pieces of their "Moon and Star" pattern in the 1960s. - Measurement: 5 1/4" H.- 7 1/2" D. - Condition: We are happy to offer for sale a beautiful Moon and Star #4209 - 7" Round Butter. This pretty piece was made by The L.E. Smith Glass Company. This striking item is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The color was called Flame by L.E. Smith. This color is often called amberina by collectors. This butter has more red and less orange in it then some of the butter dishes we have had. Learn More
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