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Depression Glass offered by The Depression Glass Network, a division of First Class Glass, 
	Wells, Maine
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First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine
First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine

First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine
Reed's Antiques & Collectibles, Division of First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine

 

Depression Glass
English Hobnail Pink

July 4, 2014

Hi Everyone,

As many of you know I shut down First Class Glass in order to get my life and the business in order. I had planned to reopen for business this spring. As you can see I didn't make it. I have realzied that I just don't have enough hours in the day to do everything I need to do. So I have decided to shut down First Class Glass permanently. That will be effective on August 31, 2014. In the meantime The website is open and I have placed sales on every item. The discounts range from 20% to 50% off the price as listed. There will be no additional discounts.

Please note, since I was unable to take a complete inventory there may be some items that are no longer available. I won't know that until I search for the items after you've placed an order. If I no longer have an item I will call or email immediately and let you know.

Thank you for your business and I wish you all long, healthy and happy lives.

Caren Reed

English Hobnail was made by Westmoreland Glass from the 1920's to the 1940's and then again in the 70's.  It was made in pink, green, ice blue (turquoise), cobalt blue, black, red, crystal and amber.  The crystal and amber were mostly made in the 40's.  Cobalt, black and red are very very hard to find.   Actually any color other than crystal can be a challenge; but there were lots and lots of pieces made in pink and green and a fair amount in the ice blue.  The reason you see turquoise in parenthesis next to ice blue is due to color variation.  The ice blue is quite pale compared to the turquoise.  This pattern is often mistaken for Miss America but one easy way to tell the difference on plates and bowls is the rays in the center.  In Miss America they are of even lengths and on English Hobnail they're not.   (We are sorry but we cannot email photos of each and every piece of glass for sale.   If you need to see a picture of an item to know what it looks like we highly recommend The Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass by Gene Florence.)

To see other patterns and colors please click on the button "Depression Glass" to take you to a list of all patterns and colors currently in stock.

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ENGLISH HOBNAIL PINK

50% OFF

  • coaster/ashtray $18 (6)
  • individual nut dish or footed salt $20 (7)

First Class Glass

Caren Reed
P.O. Box 416
Wells, ME 04090-0416
207-216-9318  Daily 9AM to 9PM EST*
207-646-8010  Daily 10AM to 5PM EST*

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Latest update July 4, 2014
 

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