This refreshing, hard-to-find Rosemary pattern was produced by Federal Glass Company from 1935 to 1937. It is an off-shoot of Federal's 1934 Mayfair pattern, which became known as the Rosemary pattern because Hocking held the copyright to the Mayfair name. Pieces in this pattern are scarce to the point that it takes a fairly dedicated collector to obtain complete sets. Rosemary cream soups are sometimes used to fill in the earlier Mayfair Federal sets. This bowl is in unused condition with no chips, cracks, scratches, or flea bites. Shipping will be discounted on multiple orders.
Depression Glass and Country Collectibles
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