Of all of the Depression Glass patterns, Hazel-Atlas Cloverleaf in green, offered here in the luncheon plate, is the most perfect combination! Like lucky shamrocks, three-leaf clovers that weave around the rim of each plate are framed by a 1-inch wide, double stippled band. The same pattern is molded into the center bottom in a 6-pointed star shape within a circle. The green fluoresces beautifully under black light.
Each plate is 8-inches in diameter.
Cloverleaf was made by Hazel-Atlas from 1930 to 1936, during a time when everyone could use a little luck. There is no mark.
Each has a curious, pale orange double curved streak that seems to be inside the glass. It is not readily noticeable but will show on a white tablecloth. Other than minor, expected surface scratches, and the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities, there is no damage. Priced separately, eight plates are available.
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Hazel-Atlas Green Cloverleaf Depression Glass Luncheon Plates
$9 ea.Quantity available: 8