These beautiful Miss America Pink Depression Glass Grill Plates by Hocking will be a lovely addition to your table! The pretty Diamond Pattern of Miss America is unmistakable. One of the most popular Depression Glass patterns, its rows of hobnail diamonds and rays in the bottom of the plate give it plenty of angles for the light to reflect and bounce. These grill plates have seven rows of diamonds around the underside of the 1-1/4 inch rim, with rays in a circular pattern in the center. The raised ribs divide each plate into three sections, one large and two smaller sections.
Each divided plate measures 10-inches in diameter.
Production of this unmarked pattern, from 1935 to 1938, spanned the 1937 merger that changed Hocking to Anchor Hocking Glass.
Priced separately for your convenience, each plate has a couple of tiny nicks, commonly called fleabites, on the raised dividing ribs in the plate. These were caused by stacking, and are almost always present on Depression Glass grill plates. Any of the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities, are negligible. There is no other damage.