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Posted 7 years ago


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This is from a set of 6 place settings that I believe were my grandmothers. I know nothing about it and was hoping for some help. I believe it is Depression Glass amber in color, but I know nothing about the pattern. A unique feature exists on both the creamer and sugar bowl (shown), it's legs are in the shape of a fish head or possible sea creature? Any info would be greatly appreciated! thanks!!

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  1. mle11, 7 years ago
    What you have is Heisey Empress pattern #1401 in the Sahara color produced circa 1930-1938. These are considered "Elegant" glass although produced during the Depression era. And you are correct, some of the pieces are dolphin-footed. Hope this helps.
  2. bill, 7 years ago
    WOW, yes it helps. THANKS!!!
  3. mle11, 7 years ago
    Well then glad to help. You're lucky to have the set in such good condition.
  4. vicki, 7 years ago
    I have a collection of pink depression glass and do not know how to sell it, any suggestions?

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