When Kenneth Haley, who, with his father Reuben had created Consolidated's Martele' line of art glass in 1926, left Consolidated for the Phoenix Glass Company in 1928, he took with him 45 of the Consolidated Martele' molds, which were to become Phoenix's "Reuben Line", and the basis for their "Sculptured Artware" line of art glass. This expanded line of glass was in production by 1934, and featured new pieces and finishes.
This marvelous and hard to find Phoenix Sculptured Artware Phlox pattern covered candy dish, circa 1934, features beautiful iridescent pearlized lustre highlighting on satin milk glass. It is in mint condition, free from chipping, cracking or restoration.
Marked with a partial silver over black "Phoenix Sculptured Artware" label, dating this piece to 1933 - 1936.
H w/lid 4.25", D 6.75", base 3.5".