I bought a very large set of green glassware, years ago in my auction going days, and I was told it was Fostoria, Most of it was, and I sold it, but there were a few other pieces, same color, of a different pattern, After much searching, I found this in G, Florence's "Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era," and I believe this is the pattern I am featuring here, Some of the stemware was etched, but most of it was blank, and made by Cambridge Glass in the 1930's and 40's, Here is a four-piece set, consisting of the luncheon plate (8 and 1/2 inches in diameter), the dessert plate (7 and 1/8 inches East to West--octagon shaped), and cup and saucer. All of these pieces are in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks. The spots showing in the photo are from my table, not the glassware.
Antique English smalls of quality
Specializing in Georgian and Victorian jewelry, English smalls, including leather bound books, silver etc.