Produced from 1929 to 1937, the #1184 Yeoman line is simple yet elegant, as shown in this open preserve or sauce dish. Measuring approximately 6 7/8" in length, condition. It is clearly hallmarked with the Heisey "Diamond H"
After leaving the Union army as a Major after the Civil War, A.H. Heisey spent his adult life working in the glass business, and in 1895 he founded his own company in Newark, Ohio. His company went on to create pressed glassware so precise that it looked like cut glass. The Heisey Glass Company continued selling glass in its famously vivid colors until it was sold in 1958. Some of its most memorable pieces come from the Depression era.
included is a certificate of authenticity passed along from previous owner
This piece is from my friend's grandmother's estate in the Bronx
perfect vintage condition-no chips, cracks or crazing
candy or nut dish, preserves or for a vanity
This would make an ideal addition to your glass collection for display or use, perfect hostess gift.
set a lovely table for Holidays, lovely gift
*Due to the nature of vintage, there might be the occasional imperfection. I will do my best to describe any noticeable flaws. Although I take excellent care of the items I have, please remember they had a previous life. If you have any doubts about the appearance of an item -please don't hesitate to ask any questions that may concern you.