The Cambridge Glass Company produced some the finest and most sought after hand made Elegant Glassware from 1901 until 1958. They made many of the etched patterns, still popular today such as Rose Point, Wildflower, and Chantilly. They were sought after for their colors as well, as their beautiful etchings which included Rose Point, Chantilly, Wildflower, Cleo, Apple Blossom, and dozens more not listed. Cambridge produced many beautiful shapes in array of colors and styles. Some of the colors in the Cambridge listings include Ebony, Azurite, Helio, Primrose, Amber , Ivory, Jade, Peach Blo, Rubina, Cobalt, Emerald, Gold Krystol, Carmen and dozens more. It is no wonder the company realized such a huge success. One of Cambridge's most popular colored patterns was Caprice. This pattern was produced in many of the transparent colors including LaRosa (pink), and Moonlight Blue. There were over 200 different pieces of Caprice available. The pattern was featured in Ladies Home Journal, House and Garden and many other publications. It is no wonder it was one of the top selling Depression Era patterns. This Ohio factory was located in Cambridge, Ohio and was one of the largest producers of hand made glassware in the Depression Early into the early 50s.