1930s Pink Depression Glass SALE This beautiful Large Glass Severing Dish was produced by Anchor Hocking. The Bowl is decorated with Open Roses in ( Flamingo) Pink. It is a fabulous example of Anchor Hocking depression glass that was produced in the 30s. This beautiful Rose Pattern is called Mayfair. The bowl measures 9.50 inches and has open handles or 11.125 inches handle to handle. A large design of open roses decorates the center of the bottom. Eye catching, this elegant art glass bowl is functional for cooking while making a spectacular display. I would display this vegetable bowl n a china cabinet, to be protected and saved for use during special events. It was originally intended for cooking and serving vegetables.
The Mayfair pattern is a RARE. Anchor Hocking produced very few mold-etched patterns
This pattern was produced by Hocking from 1931 to 1937. Hocking called their pink color Flamingo. There are some chips on one handle around the edge and scratches along the bottom edge. There are no cracks and the edges around the bowl are smooth. Glass is clear.pattern was discountinued and the company no longer exists.
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
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