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Suited for serving everything from olives and crudite to cookies and side dishes, this charming piece of history is an understated nod to a time when even everyday items were designed with beauty and grace. This rich, rose-pink colored serving or display dish lends warmth to teatime or a coffee table with sparkling elegance.

Details: Anchor Hocking is best know for Fire King and its later colored glasswares and utilitarian kitchenware, but they also produced many really beautiful depression glass lines as well. Their early lines featured not only beautifully detailed patterns, but a glass formula that has real clarity and a subtle rainbow sparkle akin to crystal, as well as consistent color (something many depression glass lines lack). Oyster and Pearl was a limited line with not very many pieces but the ones that exist are each lovely in design and high quality in manufacture.

CONDITION: Excellent for depression glass, with only a few small scratches and no visible chips.

SIZE: 10.25" long.

CIRCA: 1938-1940

SHIPPING: Because this item is breakable, the shipping costs automatically include insurance.
Wayne M. DeSelle

Oyster & Pearl Pink Divided Relish Dish by Anchor Hocking

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: glass, depression glass, depressionware, green stamps, pressed glass
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 33 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people