Milk glass was produced around 300 years before it reached the height of its popularity, which began around 1870 and lasted through the early 20th century. When it came to milk glass, the French were the trendsetters, ushering it into its golden era and inspiring American glassmakers to follow suit. Today French milk glass is particularly valuable.
Emulating the French, well-to-do American families stocked up on milk glass dinnerware, serving dishes, and pitchers. The pieces, some bedecked with diamond-cut patterns, molded with latticework, or artfully painted, made a splash in turn-of-the-century America and remained popular until the days of the Great Depression. They came back into vogue during the 1960s thanks to the production of Hobnail milk glass.
The Vintage Milk Glass Bubble Bowl by Anchor Hocking is a classic design to be treasured for years to come. Featuring a scalloped top edge comprising of bubbles that circle the bowls surface, starting at approximately 1 inch in size graduating down in size to about ¾ of an inch, this monogram pattern continues onto the bottom of the bowl ending in a starburst pattern or "Bulls eye".
First introduced in the early 1940's, the "Bubble + Bull's eye" design was in production until the late 1960's, and is now commonly known as the Bubble pattern, applied across a variety of different serveware, including matching sugar & creamer sets, dishes, bowls and many other items. This classic pattern is as popular today as when it was first introduced.
These milk glass bowls have been procured in excellent vintage condition with very minimal wear, scratches and present no chips. Measuring approximately 2 ¾'" in height and 8 ¼" diameter, these vintage beauties hold 3 cups (24 oz) each, and are perfect for serving salads, breads or displaying fruits.
Please Note • Price is for 1 bowl. Items from the vintage collection are sold AS IS. We endeavour to describe the condition of each item to our best ability. Unless otherwise described, most of these pieces are used and will have slight marks and scratches along with slight variations in tone to the milk glass. Occasionally, slight specks may be present in the milk glass and the edge of the bowls. These specks are are not stains but caused during the firing and production stage. Each piece is inspected prior to shipping. We do not accept exchanges or refunds on these items unless faulty. Breakage from improper care, use, storage or put through extremes temperatures will not constitute as a faulty item.
Care Instructions • Please hand wash with gentle detergent and a soft sponge. Do not use a scourer pad (including the non scratching ones) as it will scratch the coating. These pieces are not dishwasher safe due to the age and delicate nature of the glass. Do not stack heavy objects on this item.
Postage • This item and will not qualify for free postage. Shipping charges will apply at checkout.