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Hazel Atlas Glassware23 of 32Rare set of 4 Blue Royal Lace 4.75" tumblers. LOT OF 9 Early 1930's Depression Glass Ribbon Pattern
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Posted 2 years ago

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jimborasco
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Shirley Temple blue glass dishes were made by Hazel Atlas Glass Company and U.S. Glass Company from 1934 to 1942. They were given away as premiums for Wheaties and Bisquick. A bowl, mug, and pitcher were made as a breakfast set. Some pieces were decorated with the picture of a very young Shirley, others used a picture of Shirley in her 1936 Captain January costume. Although collectors refer to a cobalt creamer, it is actually the 4 1/2-inch-high milk pitcher from the breakfast set. Thanks for stopping by and checking Shirley out. Jimbo

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  1. jimborasco jimborasco, 2 years ago
    Many thanks to Manikin, mrmajestic1 and scandinavian_pieces
  2. jimborasco jimborasco, 2 years ago
    Thanks for stopping by kerry10456 and mustangtony
  3. jimborasco jimborasco, 2 years ago
    Thanks for stopping, BELLIN
  4. jimborasco jimborasco, 2 years ago
    Thanks Bruce
  5. pickingupbones pickingupbones, 2 years ago
    Wife has a lot of Shirley iteams but none of these. Love 'em
  6. jimborasco jimborasco, 2 years ago
    Thank ya pickingupbones
  7. jimborasco jimborasco, 1 month ago
    Shirley recently passed away. She was a joy to millions of people.
  8. jimborasco jimborasco, 1 month ago
    Manikin....Thanks for the love
  9. Trey Trey, 1 month ago
    I have the same one, it belonged to my grandmother.

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