Friday, November 25, 2011

Anchor Hocking Glass Company Bubble Pattern 1937 to 1965

Anchor Hocking Glass Company Bubble Pattern 1937 to 1965.

Hello, and Welcome to LilacsNDreams! As many know I do sales online with different market places. When listing treasures that are found by thrifting, yard sales, flea markets, estate sales, and etc I often research before listing them. I like to see how popular others listing same item at the time, read in my books for information if I have one to help, and a lot of research is done online with other sellers of like items. My passions are with vintage, collectibles, glassware, reused, repurposed, recreating, and things like that. 

This item Anchor Hocking Milk Glass Bubble Pattern Bowl is listed with my store at Artfire. Here is a little bit of research that I was able to find on it. Collectors are calling this pattern "Bubble". I have also seen it referenced as Bullseye, and Provincial too. Anchor Hocking Glass Company which is of Lancaster, Ohio first produced this pattern in 1937. 

There are different Bubble colors for different years which are:
1937 - crystal, forest green, sapphire blue
1959 - white milk glass 
1963 - pink which was in a very limited number, and the royal ruby
There is also iridescent which is rare, vitrock, amber and other hocking colors

The exceedingly, orbicular bubbles have managed to be timeless in blending as well as with today's decorating themes as they did when they were first issued. 

Hope you enjoyed the little history lesson with this Anchor Hocking piece I have listed, and found something useful for you to use as well. Thanks for visiting with LilacsNDreams, and see you again soon. Take care.


  1. I enjoyed the history lesson on this piece thank so much for taking the time to explain that to us, I love learning new things. Your blog is so beautiful and your items are gorgeous! God bless, Jennifer

  2. Jennifer...You are a sweetheart, and thank you so very much for your kind words and compliments to my blog. Greatly appreciated, and noted. Thanks again, and I wish you the best of luck with all you do. Take care!



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