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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 14704: Vintage Midcentury signed Continental Can Company Pheasants set hiball glasses

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Vintage Midcentury signed Continental Can Company Pheasants set hiball glasses Their mark under the Continental Can Company name consists of three concentric letter Cs. So, these glasses were made between 1957-1978. The Continental Can Company purchased the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in 1957 but in 1964 12 of the 14 plants of Hazel-Atlas were acquired by the Brockway Glass Company. This mark thus dates these glasses are from the 1957- 1964. Continental Can retained the Clarksburg, West Virginia plant where they continued to produce the Hazelware product line until 1972 but I don't know if they included the CCC mark. In 1978, Brockway Glass Company announced the closure of the glass tableware division that it had purchased from Continental Can Company just six years earlier. Brockway Glass Company sold the Clarksburg, WV plant to Anchor Hocking Corporation, of Lancaster, Ohio. Anchor Hocking did not manufacture any of the Hazelware product lines.

Each glass stands 5 1/2 inches tall and holds 12 ounces. It has a 1/2 inch solid glass base which gives it great stability. The design is done in real gold. The three pheasants on each glass , both male and female are depicted in great detail. Know a hunter who likes a good cocktail? Buy a set now and save it to give it as a gift!

So, which classic American cocktail would you make and serve in it?
Circa: 1957-1978
Manufacturer: Continental Can Company  

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Nancy Wickham signed Midcentury Vermont vase Nancy Wickham signed modernist A507 numbered crystalline glaze vase with blue crystalline glaze on a tan base glaze background measuring 4 inches tall x 3 1/8 inch wide top opening.

This vase dates to the early 1940s when she worked for Lee Rosen's firm Design Technics in New York City. It is considered to be very scarce.

Per the authoratative website vasefinder, Nancy Wickham Boyd studied at Alfred University from 1943-1945. She was later a designer for Design Technics. In 1949, she set up her studio in Woodstock, Vermont. This gorgeous vase is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or breaks. Signed on bottom WICKHAM and A507. Add it to your Vermont Midcentury or Studio pottery collection today
Manufacturer: Nancy Wickham Boyd, Vermont studio potter  

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