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Posted 5 years ago


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Green cup with matching design and bottom.

4 cups and a sugar bowl, I think.

Great Uncle Hamp's items was left to my best friend.

Mystery Solved


  1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Hi you might want to do a search on ebay for green depression glass you should be able to see yours also the pink depression glass you have listed :-)
    Very nice hope that calling it depression glass gives you a start as there were many patterns .
  2. bestfriendneedshelp bestfriendneedshelp, 5 years ago
    Thanks so much because it's more than I had! green depression and pink depression glass. Got it and thanks again.
  3. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Your welcome :-)
    "Depression glass" is a collector's term used for inexpensive tableware items made from machine-pressed glass during the 1920's and 1940's. Depression glass was produced in a variety of colors, shapes and patterns by over 20 companies. Most manufacturers were located in the central and eastern United States.

    The name, "depression glass" comes from the economic downturn of the 1930's - The Great Depression. During the Depression, the glass was sold at very low prices. A complete table setting could be purchased for two or three dollars. It was sold in retail stores and also by mail order, such as the Sears catalog. It was also given free with a purchase at some stores or in cereal boxes ect .
    Pink is often harder to find than green :-)

  4. bestfriendneedshelp bestfriendneedshelp, 5 years ago
    Manikin, you have given me so much useful information that I will follow up on an thank you.
  5. TallCakes TallCakes, 5 years ago
    looks to be Horseshoe by Indiana Glass
  6. bestfriendneedshelp bestfriendneedshelp, 5 years ago
    TallCakes, what a wonderful resource you've given me.
    Mystery solved and thank you so much.

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