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Westmoreland English Hobnail Amber Two Handled Compote / Console Bowl

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Company Maker: The Westmoreland Glass Company
Pattern: English Hobnail
Item: Footed 2 Handled Compote / Console / Trophy Bowl
Circa: 1930s
Color: Amber
Measurement: 5 3/4" H. - 11" W.

Item Condition: The Westmoreland Glass Company produced this awesome pattern and made it for many years. English Hobnail is a highly collected pattern. Finding the early Depression Era pieces is a challenge. This beautiful Westmoreland deep amber Depression Glass bowl is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. We have double checked all the hobs and have found them to be damage free. A lighter amber color was produced later by Westmoreland. This color was called Sunset, and while still pretty, I love the older Depression Glass colors the most. This striking bowl is large enough to display fruit, or to use as a serving piece.

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Westmoreland Amber 2 Handled Compote / Console Bowl / Trophy Bowl

English Hobnail Amber Handled Compote / BowlWestmoreland Footed Console Bowl - The bottom

Company Maker: The Westmoreland Glass Company

Pattern: English Hobnail

Item:  Footed 2 Handled Compote / Console / Trophy Bowl

Circa: 1930s

Color: Amber

Measurement: 5 3/4" H. - 11" W.

Item Condition: The Westmoreland Glass Company produced this awesome pattern and madeWestmoreland English Hobnail Footed Console Bowl - The Foot it for many years.  English Hobnail is a highly collected pattern. Finding the early Depression Era pieces is a challenge. This beautiful Westmoreland deep amber Depression Glass bowl is inUndamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. We have double checked all the hobs and have found them to be damage free.  A lighter amber color was produced later by Westmoreland.  This color was called Sunset, and while still pretty, I love the older Depression Glass colors the most. This striking bowl is large enough to display fruit, or to use as a serving piece.


English Hobnail (English Hobnail - (1917-1980) Westmoreland began production of English Hobnail in the early 1900s. They continued to produce English Hobnail through the 1940s in both crystal and the original Depression Era colors. Colors made later in the 70s and 80s are different from the colors made during the Depression Era. Items made in the later production also were of a slightly lesser quality.

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Westmoreland
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM English Hobnail 2 Handled Compote / Console Bowl
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Amber
CIRCA 1930s

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