Home Tableware & Barware | 1930s Cambridge Rose Point Clear Etched Salad Plates- Set of 6 - UM82879

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Home Tableware & Barware | 1930s Cambridge Rose Point Clear Etched Salad Plates- Set of 6 UM82879

This listing is for a set of six (6) Cambridge Rose Point Clear Etched Salad Plates:Circa 1934 to 1958. The Plate shape is listed as number 3400. *Each plate measures approximately 8” in diameter.The entire collection is in Excellent to Very good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; With little to no signs of use.*Some bubbles in the glass as expected in glass made at this time Please feel free to see the photos as they are part of the description.The Cambridge Glass Company came into being for two main reasons: the desire of the citizens of Cambridge, Ohio, to secure a new industry for their city and the desire of a location for a new glass plant being planned for by the National Glass Company. Construction of the plant was completed in early 1902 and in May of that year the first piece of glass, a pitcher, was produced. During the first years the ware produced by the Cambridge Glass Co. came from molds previously used by other glass companies and was typical of the glassware of the period: table sets, jugs, bowls, molasses jugs, jars, tumblers and lamps.

It was not until 1904 that the first original Cambridge line, Radium, was designed and produced. The year 1904 also saw the introduction of the first Cambridge trademark: NEARCUT. Pressed into the glass, it was also used as two words, one above the other.The 1930s were prolific years. Colors such as Carmen, Royal Blue, Crown Tuscan, Heatherbloom and Forest Green were developed and brought Cambridge Factory to market. New dinnerware lines and numerous new etchings including Rose Point, became part of the Cambridge line.

  • Dimensions
  • 8ʺW × 1ʺD × 8ʺH

  • Styles
  • Mid-Century Modern

  • Artist
  • Cambridge Glass Company

  • Brand
  • Cambridge Glass Company

  • Designer
  • Cambridge Glass Company

  • "Styled After"
  • Cambridge Glass Company

  • Period
  • 1930s

  • Place of Origin
  • United States of America

  • Item Type
  • Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned

  • Materials
  • Art Glass

  • Condition
  • Good Condition, Original Condition Unaltered, Some Imperfections

  • Color
  • Transparent

  • Tear Sheet
  • Condition Notes
  • No chips or cracksNo chips or cracks less