American Sweetheart Depression Glass

American Sweetheart Depression Glass. American sweetheart is a very popular depression glass pattern. The sweetheart patterns are popular with depression bowls, with the center decorated with elegant paisleys and curlicue designs.

1930's American Sweetheart Pink Depression Glass Dessert Etsy
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Sold for $180 via jeffrey s. American sweetheart is a very popular depression glass pattern. Depression glass is clear or colored translucent glassware.

American Sweetheart Depression Glass Pattern.

Please bring help to move large items. 20 rarest and most valuable depression glass 1. Principle colors were pink, monax (white with translucent edges), ruby, and cobalt.

The American Sweetheart Pattern Is Commonly Found In Depression Glassware Bowls, And The Center Is Often Decorated With Intricate Paisleys And Curlicue Designs.

The edges are scalloped and adorned by the floral pattern. 0 bids · time left 9d 15h left +$31.25 shipping. American sweetheart pink saucer and cup.

Pink Depression Glass Appeared On The Market During The Great Depression, And Americans Accepted The New Trend At Once.

This colored is called “monax”. Dinner plate (9 3/4) from macbeth evans american sweetheart (monax) pattern. Macbeth evans glass company, a prolific depression glass manufacturer, known for their thin and delicate glass, produced a pattern called american sweetheart that was manufactured from 1930 to 1936.

It Was Distributed In Canada And The United States During The Time Of The Great Depression.

I will briefly cover characteristics of each pattern. It is reported that american sweetheart was made in large quantities and pink is particularly prevalent. Cameo patterns look like rows or strings of beads laying around each piece, and you can find this in cocktail and lunch sets.

Originally Produced For Breakfast Use, Only Limited Sets In The Aurora Cobalt.

Macbeth evans manufactured american sweetheart from 1930 to 1936. Sold for $180 via jeffrey s. Aurora cobalt blue cup & saucer set.