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Phoenix Glass Company, located in Monaca, PA. acquired 45-50 moulds from Consolidated Glass Company. They were moved to Phoenix in 1932. Art Glass was produced until early 1936. Consolidated Glass had been forced into closure because of the Great Depression.
Phoenix Glass designed new moulds as well. They produced “Caramel Lustre” examples. The earliest versions of Sculptured Art Glass displayed silver Phoenix paper labels, later using gold paper labels. Sculptured Art Glass was produced from time to time into the 1960s.
Westmoreland and Kemple reproduced some Dewberry examples.
Each example offers its own “character”, with very few having overall “great” iridescence.
DEWBERRY Pitcher - Courtesy Jeff McGrady.
DEWBERRY Water Pitcher: An example like this brought $200. at auction.
DEWBERRY Covered Compote.
DEWBERRY Covered Compote: $50 was paid for this piece at a Sept. 2010 Reichel auction.
DEWBERRY Covered Sugar and Creamer.
DEWBERRY Covered Sugar/Creamer: The covered sugar brought $28 and the creamer-$18 at the Sept. 2010 Reichel auction.
Dewberry Milk pitcher and goblet.
DEWBERRY Milk Pitcher and Goblet: These were seen in a 2012 carnival glass auction. (The Dewberry pattern is sometimes called Wild Loganberry.)
Phoenix SAWTOOTH Mgld. over Milk -
sticker in base - 6.75 in. x 3.25 in. base.
SAWTOOTH Candlestick: This marigold over milk glass pattern, produced in 1938 as part of the Early American line, is 6 ½” high, with a base of 3 3/8” in diameter. It is seen on page 141- “Florence Glassware Identification Guide-Volume 4”.
LACY DEWDROP Water Pitcher,
LACY DEWDROP Water Pitcher: Tiny vestiges of marigold over-glaze can be observed. Only on rare occasion do any of the Phoenix examples appear in a carnival glass auction.
LACY DEWDROP Tumbler - Pearl -
Courtesy Seeck Auctions.
LACY DEWDROP TUMBLER: Collectors of this type glass can expect a distinct variation in the iridization quality as they collect the pattern shapes. As you can see, this tumbler was “missed” when application of color spray was being used. OR….Perhaps it was not intended for iridization?
LACY DEWDROP Covered Compote.
LACY DEWDROP Covered Compote: These pieces are somehow very “individual” in appearance. The variation in iridescent coverage somehow creates an appearance of being “worn”!
Lacy Dewdrop Sugar base and creamer.
LACY DEWDROP Sugar base & Creamer: The likelihood of locating a lid for the sugar base is questionable. Long periods of time between appearances of items in this pattern have long been realized.
LACY DEWDROP Ceiling Shade- 10 in. x 4 inches.
LACY DEWDROP Ceiling shade - Mgld. over Moonstone.
Courtesy Remmen Auctions.
LACY DEWDROP Ceiling Shade: This is a super example of iridization and should be considered quite rare! It is the only one we have ever seen.
Dean & Diane Fry, 5/12
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