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Posted 5 years ago


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This was rescued from my wife's grandma's place. It is chip free. I would like to know how much it's worth. I know its was made by the Hocking Glass Co. from 1935-38. I think its in mint condition, but i am no expert.


  1. RG (Pete) Shiflett, 5 years ago
    This is pink glassware from the depression era and was manufacturd by Hocking Glass from 1935-38. I think most collectors know it by the name of "Lace Edge".
    Hazel Marie Meatherman's book "Colored Glassware of the Depression Era" has a table photo and I think this is one of the items on the table (pg 102). It could be 10-1/2" console bowl (3-legged) which was pretty rare back in 1984 ($100-125)
  2. Judi, 5 years ago
    Known both as Lace Edge and "open lace" manufactured by Hocking Glass 1935-38. About 27 years ago, it was worth around in pristine condition $127.50! Not sure what today's value is - but has to be a lot more. Good luck if it is the 10 1/2 in
  3. Paul71 Paul71, 4 years ago
    This is the hard-to-find console bowl. Market for Depression Glass is not what it once was, so value may not be as high as you might think. It appears to have a crack between the lace, which this pattern is prone to. Check it very carfully. It also flakes very easily under the lace edge.

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