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Glassware, Pressed Pattern Glass Plates, Heisey Company, 1950's

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# 17-384

Glassware, Pressed Pattern Glass Plates, Heisey Company, 1950's.

Lot of two vintage Heisey pressed glass plates, 7 inches in diameter and with starburst pattern pressed into the bottom. In good condition, but with some scratches on the bottom surfaces resulting from use. It is likely that these pieces were made by The Heisey Company prior to 1957. Unlikely that these are reproductions from the museum as they were acquired in 1986 and the museum was established in 1984, not enough time to start releasing reproductions.

The Heisey Company was started in 1895 in Newark, Ohio by A. H. Heisey. It produced quality glass tableware and decorative glass figurines. The factory closed in 1957. The Imperial Glass Company bought the Heisey molds when the factory closed. And continued producing some of the Heisey wares, but mostly with the Imperial Glass mark. In 1974 the Heisey Collectors of America founded the Heisey Glass Museum in Newark, Ohio. The museum purchased the Heisey molds in 1984 when The Imperial Glass Company ceased business. The museum occasionally reproduces Heisey pieces using the original molds and these are sold in the museum gift shop.

Size is 7 inches in diameter by 1 inch deep.
# 17-384

Glassware, Pressed Pattern Glass Plates, Heisey Company, 1950's.

Lot of two vintage Heisey pressed glass plates, 7 inches in diameter and with starburst pattern pressed into the bottom. In good condition, but with some scratches on the bottom surfaces resulting from use. It is likely that these pieces were made by The Heisey Company prior to 1957. Unlikely that these are reproductions from the museum as they were acquired in 1986 and the museum was established in 1984, not enough time to start releasing reproductions.

The Heisey Company was started in 1895 in Newark, Ohio by A. H. Heisey. It produced quality glass tableware and decorative glass figurines. The factory closed in 1957. The Imperial Glass Company bought the Heisey molds when the factory closed. And continued producing some of the Heisey wares, but mostly with the Imperial Glass mark. In 1974 the Heisey Collectors of America founded the Heisey Glass Museum in Newark, Ohio. The museum purchased the Heisey molds in 1984 when The Imperial Glass Company ceased business. The museum occasionally reproduces Heisey pieces using the original molds and these are sold in the museum gift shop.

Size is 7 inches in diameter by 1 inch deep.

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Glassware, Pressed Pattern Glass Plates, Heisey Company, 1950's

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