Offered for your consideration is this scarce set of six Hazel Atlas Cloverleaf green Depression Glass 4-inch dessert bowls! Like lucky shamrocks, a 7/8-inch wide double stippled band frames the three-leaf clovers that weave around the side of each bowl. The same pattern is molded into the bottom in a 6-pointed star shape. The green fluoresces beautifully under black light.
Each small bowl measures 4-inches in diameter and 1-1/2 inches deep.
Cloverleaf was made by Hazel-Atlas from 1930 to 1936, at a time when everyone could use a little luck. There is no mark.
It is very difficult to find these bowls, and nearly impossible to find them without damage. None of the six are perfect, but the flaws are very small. Each has a bit of rim roughness commonly caused by stacking. Two of the bowls have an old smooth 1/8-inch edge chip along the side, and one has some of the foggy discoloration around the rim that is commonly caused by a dishwasher. These faults are difficult to photograph, but I have tried to show them in the last few photos. All six bowls are useable and will display well. Other than the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities, I find no other damage.
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