Lancaster - Three Toed 8" Tray - Apple Green
This is Lancaster's Line # 1830/7 cupped plate. It actually measures 7.75" across but is listed in the Lancaster book as an 8" plate. This piece was Introduced in 1930.
This pale green color is so pretty, much prettier than in my pictures. Sometimes it looks almost teal blue and at other times it appears green.
I do not know the name of the cutting. Standard Glass Company did most of the Lancaster cuttings but I didn't find this one in the Lancaster book.
CONDITION: There are no chips, nicks, cracks, or stains. There is a slight amount of scuffing wear on the surface as can be expected for a piece around 80 years old. No deep scratches. The feet/toes are in fine shape, no chips.
By 1924 Hocking had controlling interest in Lancaster Glass. The purchase of Lancaster Glass by Hocking was completed in 1933 and the Lancaster name was dropped in 1937. A pink plate like this one is pictured on page 177.
Reference: "Lancaster Glass Company" by John P. Zastowney.
This lovely sparkly green plate is ready for use or display.
Thanks for looking.
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