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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. Hazel Atlas Gay Fad Studios Frosted Provincial Juice Pitcher and Tumbler Set

    Hazel Atlas Gay Fad Studios Frosted Provincial Juice Pitcher and Tumbler Set

    Company Maker: The Hazel Atlas Glass Company - Pattern: Provincial - Item: Gay Fad Studios Frosted Provincial Juice Pitcher and 4 Tumblers - Circa: 1950s - Color: Frosted Crystal (light grey) with Red, Yellow, and Green Hand Painted Design - Mark: HA (Hazel Atlas mark on the Tumblers) - Pitcher:: 8" H. - 5 1/ 2" W. - Tumbler:: 2 3/4" H. - 2" W. - Condition: We are pleased to offer a really great Gay Fad decorated juice pitcher and tumbler set. This glassware was produced by Hazel Atlas. The blanks were sold to Gay Fad Studios for decoration. The finished set was then usually marketed to a wholesale outlet or catalog company by Gay Fad Studios. This colorful pitcher and tumbler set is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The bright colors are vivid. This set appears to have been used very little, if at all. Learn More
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