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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. McKee Rock Crystal  Ruby Red 8 1/2" Salad Plate

    McKee Rock Crystal Ruby Red 8 1/2" Salad Plate

    Company Maker: The McKee Glass Company - Pattern: Rock Crystal - Item: 8 1/2" Salad Plate Color: Dark Ruby (Red) - Circa: 1915 - 1930 - Mark: Unmarked - Measurement: 8 1/2" D. - CONDITION: Our pretty McKee Ruby Rock Crystal 8 1/2" plate is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The plate is free of scratching. It measures 8 1/2" in diameter. This plate is listed as a salad plate, but it is a good size and most 8 1/2" Depression Era plates are listed as luncheons. This plate is a rich, deep, clear ruby color. McKee's ruby tends to vary in intensity and hue so it is important for you to know that what color you are ordering if you are trying to match other pieces of this pattern. We have duplicates of this plate. They are all in the same undamaged condition as the one pictured. Please check the listing for the number still available. Learn More
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