Finding a matched set of Four Hazel Atlas Fruits Green Depression Glass Luncheon Plates is quite unusual! An in-mold design of a bunch of grapes, a trio of cherries, and a couple of pears makes up this variation of the Fruits pattern. The three different fruit motifs alternate around the rim of each plate. The center of the plate also has a trio of cherries and the rim has a pillar optic design in the glass that can be felt on the top.
Each plate is 8-inches in diameter.
The Fruits pattern was made by Hazel-Atlas from 1931 to 1935. There is no mark.
All four have expected minor surface scratches from normal use. One of the plates has two small, shallow edge chips. The largest of these is less than 1/8-inch and difficult to photograph. Other than the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, straw marks, or other irregularities, there is no other damage.
The price is for the set of four, shown stacked in the first photo to better show the pattern.
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Hazel Atlas Fruits Green Depression Glass Luncheon Plates Set of Four