1930s Miss America "Diamond Pattern" Pink Crystal Dessert Group

These are some lovely pieces of Depression Glass from the Anchor Hocking Glass Company. They are in the Miss America "Diamond Pattern" in pink crystal produced 1935-1938.

This dessert group consists of four plates that are actually the 5 1/2" bread and butter plates, four flat bottom cups that are that are 3 1/2" across the top and 2 1/4" tall, and a large divided grill plate that could hold different desserts. The plate is 10" in diameter.

These pieces are not to be confused with Westmoreland's pink English Hobnail. The length of the rays on the bottom of English Hobnail pieces vary to create a six-point star effect. The rays of Miss America are uniform and form a perfect circle.

All the pieces are in mint condition. You might find a straw mark or bubble, but these are glass makers marks and not flaws. The lovely pink color was difficult to capture inside. You won't be disappointed with this group.

Weight is quite heavy for this group, so any overages charged will be gladly refunded.

Item ID: PC4960

$200 USD

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