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Central #2010 Frances Black Satin "Uncle Bucky" Ashtray / Colorful Deco Design

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Company Maker: Central Glass WorksUncle Bucky Ashtray Top Front -
Pattern: #2010 Frances -
Item: Ashtray / Deco Design -
Color: Black with Colorful-
Hand -painted Design. The Deco design is not completely intact as seen from the photo. -
Circa: 1919 / 30s -
Description / About : Ashtray / Deco Design: 2 5/8" H. - 5" W. -

Condition: This lovely Frances ashtray is quite unusual. The black satin color is fantastic. The piece is nice and clean without wear from use. It is in UNDAMAGED Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The Deco hand-painted pattern is striking. It is not completely intact, but it still looks good when you consider that it is between 80 and 100 years old. The decoration is cold painted and could easily all be removed, but I would want it exactly as it is if I were adding it to my collection. That is the buyers prerogative. The pictures show the pattern as it is. Please take the time to look at them.

Central #2010 Frances Black Satin "Uncle Bucky" Ashtray / Colorful Deco Design

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Central Glass Works / #2010  Frances Black Ashtray with Deco Hand-Painted Design
Central Uncle Bucky Ashtay

Uncle Bucky Ashtray Bottom

Company Maker: Central Glass WorksUncle Bucky Ashtray Top Front
Pattern: #2010 Frances
Item: Ashtray / Deco Design

Color: Black with Colorful

Hand -painted Design.  The Deco design is not completely intact as seen from the photo.

Circa:  1919 / 30s

Description / About : Ashtray / Deco Design: 2 5/8" H. - 5" W.

Condition:  This lovely Frances ashtray is quite unusual.  The black satin color is fantastic.  The piece is nice and clean without wear from use. It is in UNDAMAGED  Uncle Bucky Ashtray Bottom InsideCondition without chips, cracks, or mold damage.  The Deco hand-painted pattern is striking. It is not completely intact, but it still looks good when you consider that it is between 80 and 100 years old.  The decoration is cold painted and could easily all be removed, but I would want it exactly as it is if I were adding it to my collection. That is the buyers prerogative.  The pictures show the pattern as it is.  Please take the time to look at them.

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Frances: (Late 1920s - Early 1930s) (rose, green, black, amber, black, orchid, blue, clambroth (moonstone)) This striking Deco pattern was produced by Central Glass Works in the 1920s and 30s. This beautiful glassware pattern is well made and is beautifully formed.  Pieces of Frances are thick and heavy, but they have a elegant appearance.  Many collectors buy Frances items to use as accessory or serving pieces to accompany their favorite china patterns. Pieces found in Frances include an ashtray, at least 7 different bowls in sizes ranging from 6" to 12", a cake plate, candlesticks, celery dishes, a compote, sugar and creamer, plates,  a candy jar or powder, a pitcher and 10 oz. tumbler and a vase.

Central Glass Works Central Glass Works was formed from a former company called the Central Glass Company. The Central Glass Company was established in the late 1860s. This company made bottles, lamps and pressed and blown tableware. During the 1880s The United States Glass Company purchased the Central Glass Company, but due to lack of natural glass supplies and labor troubles they soon shut the plant down. In 1895 Nathan Bay Scott and several Wheeling businessmen acquired enough capital to reopen the plant. This plant,  which was now known as Central Glass Works is the one that Depression Glass enthusiasts are the most concerned with. Central Glass Works (often called "The Works") survived for 44 years before closing their doors for good in 1939. The tough Depression years took their toll and The Works could not survive rising fuel and production costs. Although not as well known as many of the larger Depression Era Glass companies, Central Glass Works made many beautiful pieces. They designed some beautiful etchings. Harding is one of their better known etches. It was the choice of President and Mrs. Harding during their term in the White House. The Works was famous for its abundant stemware lines. They also produced many console sets. Their candlesticks can be found in pink, green, crystal, black, lilac, and amber. Some of these sets were produced in stretch glass colors as well.


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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Central Glass Works
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM "Uncle Bucky" Ashtray
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Black Satin
CIRCA 1919 - 1930s

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