Hocking Glass began in 1905 in Lancaster, Ohio.
It did not merge with Anchor Glass, to become Anchor Hocking, until 1937.
Anchor Hocking is still in existence today. Hocking began making colored glassware
in the mid 1920's. They made pink (also called rose or flamingo), topaz, blue,
opaque white known as Vitrock, green, black and white milk glass.
In the photo above, all "Vitrock" which is
Hocking's white milk glass, from left to right: "Blue
Circle" flour shaker, "Red Flowers" grease jar with glass lid, round
covered refrigerator dish. Photo on right is Hocking green.
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Latest update September 12, 2012
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