Prior to 1937, the Hocking Glass Company was known as just that until 1937 when they merged with the Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation. After the 1937 merger the Hocking Glass Company became known as Anchor Hocking.
The Optic Block pattern was introduced during the Depression by the Hocking Glass Company (well before the merger.) Optic Block was produced in this lovely pink, in clear, green, blue, and yellow amber. The glassware was sold between 1929 to 1933.
This Creamer & Sugar are in Excellent Condition and have truly stood the test of time! No chips or nicks are found and the glass is clear and lovely. The angular handles and lines offer an Art Deco appearance. The creamer measures 4 1/4" tall X 4" wide from the pouring lip to handle edge. The open sugar bowl measures 4 1/4" tall X 4 1/4" wide handle to handle.
Hocking Pink Block Optic Creamer & Sugar