This Hocking Glass sugar server was made during the depression. The cone-shaped block optic open sugar server has double plain handles. The green optic block pattern glows in black light, or when placed on a black table cloth. They are stunning with a cone-shaped top and short stem. The blocks were created with molds, one in a horizontal ring around each glass, with another vertical optic mold to create the rows of the block optic pattern. Hocking Glass Company made a number of different shapes and colors in the block optic pattern. Hocking Glass Company created glass wares in Lancaster, Ohio from the early 1920s – 1938. The name changed around 1937 to Anchor Hocking Glass Company, when Anchor Glass and Hocking Glass merged. Be sure to check out the other block optic items in my shop.
Condition: In excellent vintage condition with no, chips, cracks or repairs. Color is vibrant. Small bubbles and seam lines may be seen, as this is common in glass production.
Shipping Weight: 9 oz
Dimensions: 4 1/4″x 4 1/4″ x 3″