Royal Lace Pattern Depression Glass. It was made from 1930 to 1934 by the anchor. Depression glass was produced in the usa during the great depression, and was usually given away as free gifts with food or other products.
In the 1930s, the most popular depression glass colors were amber and yellow. This seems to be considered a particular favorite when discussing depression glass patterns. Vintage 1930's hazel atlas royal lace pattern pink depression glass butter dish ad by emilystorefront ad from shop emilystorefront emilystorefront from shop emilystorefront.
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There were also green, pink, crystal, and cobalt blue variations on this pattern. The royal lace pattern was used to make glass dishes in a variety of colors, including green, clear, pink, and blue. Unlike the other colored patterns of royal lace, green glass was only made for a limited time between 1936 and 1941 and is, therefore, more valuable.
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This signature blue glass was only produced from 1936 to 1941, making it more valuable than the other colored patterns of royal lace. One fascinating thing about depression glass is that it comes in different patterns. The pattern is a repeating series of roses and lace with counters and etchings of intricate floral designs.
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5 out of 5 stars (55) $ 143.74 free shipping add to favorites pink depression glass teacup and saucer, royal lace pattern, square saucer, c.1930+. Most of the cameo a collector will find will be green, though the pattern was made in yellow, pink and crystal with a platinum trim. Royal lace is perhaps the most sought after of depression glass.
The Initial Colors Of The Pattern Were Green, Pink, And Crystal.
The rarer a pattern of pink depression glass is, the more valuable the piece will be. But many folks who’ve fallen under the spell of this beautiful pattern have had to build their sets slowly, as prices of even the basic pieces can be prohibitive. The rarest and most expensive of royal lace shades is blue.
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With so many depression glass patterns, it can be hard to know what’s what! Even crystal has a devoted following. Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to canadian dollars based upon bloomberg's conversion