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Hazel Atlas Glassware33 of 40LOT OF 9 Early 1930's Depression Glass Ribbon Pattern Vintage Hazel Atlas Mug; very heavy
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Posted 3 years ago

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junkmanjoe
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Hello everyone! I need Help In identifing these glasses and vase that I picked up Today at the thrift Store. Did some Research And i think It Is Hazel-Atlas Georgian Blue Glass. Not sure Of the dates It was made! I also Saw that it Mite Be Mosser Glass. Not sure. Could use some help Please! Thanks For lookin Yall!

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  1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    You may be correct on the Hazel Atlas attribution but I think they would be marked with the HA logo on the bottom. Here is a link comparing various 'Georgian' glasses. Also do a search at the site using "Georgian" and you will find patent papers for HA dating 1930.
    http://clicksnipwow.com/chataboutdg/img8746.search.htm
  2. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 3 years ago
    Thank you Tallcakes! They do not have markings on the bottom of the vase or the glasses.
  3. Paul71 Paul71, 3 years ago
    The vase, while a very nice color, is fairly recent. I've also seen them in green and clear. The "safety edge" is not present on old glass.
  4. Paul71 Paul71, 3 years ago
    Many, many companies made and are still making Georgian pattern tumblers. There are slight differences, but would be very difficult to narrow down a maker.
  5. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 3 years ago
    Thats why I was Wondering if these were Glasses To hold on to or just get Rid of Paul71! They Make it Really Hard to Tell Even with all the Research we have today. Thank You For Your Help Paul71!
  6. hobnail-lover, 3 years ago
    they look like "colonial blue" a color from fenton, who also made the georgian pattern
    but honestly they could be hazel atlas (who didnt mark these glasses) or anchor hocking, viking and cambridge glass's are darker then these look
  7. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 3 years ago
    Thank You Hobnail-lover!

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