Do you collect depression glass? This Hocking Green cone-shaped block optic sherbet cup is for sale. This depression era green cone block optic sherbet is by Hocking Glass. This sherbet dish was made during the depression from 1929-1933. 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. Please look for 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: 6 oz
Dimensions: 3 3/4″ x 3″