Offered here in green, Jeannette Sierra Pinwheel Depression Glass dinner plates are becoming difficult to find, partly because of the tiny points on each rib that can so easily break. Sierra, commonly called "Pinwheel," is known for its distinctive sawtooth edge on ribbed panels ending in the pinwheel design that resembles a circular saw blade.
This glass dinner plate measures 8-3/4 inches in diameter.
Sierra was made by Jeannette Glass from 1931 to 1933. There is no mark.
As is common in vintage glassware, there are expected surface scratches. Two of these in the center of the plate are quite deep and noticeable. One of the two is about an inch long and the other is about 1/2-inch long. There is also a 1/16-inch nick along the seam of the foot on the underside.