1930s Hazel Atlas Glass Company ‘Royal Lace’ Design Milk Jug and Open Sugar Bowl in Pink
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This is a nice example of a milk jug and sugar bowl from the ‘Royal Lace’ suite, produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company during the 1930s and early 1940s.
The milk jug is rounded, tapering in towards the base. The rim is pulled out to form a pouring spout. On the opposite side is a curved handle, with a strap-like finish. The body is moulded with four panels of ‘Royal Lace’, alternating with triangular moulded portions. The milk jug sits on a round foot, which is moulded with small radiating triangles.
The open sugar bowl is like the milk jug in shape and design, although it has two handles and a smooth rim.
Both pieces are made from a pale pink coloured glass.
The jug has a height of approximately 10.6cm, with a diameter across the rim of about 9.3cm and across the foot of about 6.7cm. The sugar bowl has a height of approximately 10.4cm, with a diameter across the rim of about 9.5cm and across the foot of about 6.6cm.
They are in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, although there is some roughness around the edges of the mould lines. These flaws are to be expected from such mass manufactured pieces.
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