Anchor Hocking Early American Prescut Glass Ashtray Star of David
Anchor Hocking Early American Prescut Glass Ashtray Star of David 1950's
it is a lovely gift for the tobacco enthusiast. But you don't have to smoke to enjoy this stunning piece...It also makes an elegant catchall for jewelry, spare change, and other odds & ends.
4 1/4” Diameter 1” Tall
EAPC One of their most popular patterns (probably the most commonly seen pattern made by Anchor Hocking), although not always known by it’s “proper” pattern name or recognized to be a product of this company, is the “EARLY AMERICAN PRESCUT” pattern, often known as EAPC . It is often listed as “Star of David”, at least on some of the larger pieces such as plates and platters. It was made for nearly 40 years, in a very wide range of shapes (pieces), from 1960 to 1999. Most, if not all, of this glassware is not marked. Especially common are the sugar bowls, cream pitchers, relish/pickle dishes, serving bowls of various diameters, punch cups and dessert bowls. Most items were made in clear (crystal) glass, although a few pieces are seen in colors.