by EmmaJane Knoll
Anchor Hocking, but what?
I decided that since I couldn't attach the picture to the Odyssey site because the picture must have been too large, that I would send it directly to you.
The funny thing is that when I looked at the pictures, it appears that the marking is Anchor Hocking.
With the naked eye I didn't notice that the shape around the H is actually what appears to be an anchor.
I can't believe I didn't notice it before.
I will still try to post it to the site and I would still love to know what this particular piece would have been in it's "before life".
Thanks for providing such a neat forum for lovers of sea glass.
For help in identifying exactly what your sea glass used to be:
|Collectible Glassware from the 40s, 50s, 60s 10th Edition |
★★★★★ Another home run for Gene Florence
Numerous glass companies from the "good old days" are represented in this edition and this IS another "must have" for the serious Anchor-Hocking, Fire-King and EAPC collectors to carry around with them in the car!
Most importantly the photography is, as with all of Florence's books, beautiful and extremely color accurate. ~ Review by Mark J. Desmond
|Warman's Carnival Glass: Identification and Price Guide |
Once considered the stepchild of the collectable glass community, today carnival glass, "poor man's Tiffany," is synonymous with class and exquisite artistry.
"An excellent and solid reference" - Midwest Book Review
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