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Anchor Hocking - Housewares

See also: Anchor Hocking Kitchenware, Anchor Hocking Glassware, Anchor Hocking Dinnerware, Anchor Hocking Barware

Anchor Hocking Company was born of a merger of the Hocking Glass Company and Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation in 1937. The company is still in production today as a divison of Global Home Products with its headquarters located in Lancaster, Ohio. You will find items from their Fire King line listed separately. Various items are listed under dinnerware, barware, housewares, kitchenware and glassware.


Apothecary/Candy Jars

I believe these apothecary jars manufactured by Anchor Hocking ere originally used to hold candles. However, creative individuals have used them to hold candy, potpourri and a myriad of other wares.

Coolidge Vase

The Anchor Hocking Coolidge Vase was often marketed by other companies such as the Interstate Chemical Company and contained an insect repellent candle. As far as I can determine, the pattern came in Royal Red and Forest Green.

Anchor Hocking Coolidge Vase Royal Ruby Vase

Crystal

Anchor Hocking produced numerous pieces in clear glass (called crystal). Some pieces had pattern names such as Manhattan, Old Cafe, Burple, etc. and were produced in Royal Ruby, Forest Green as well as Crystal. Others Crystal patterns remained nameless.

Anchor Hocking Crystal Cigarette Box

Harding

The Harding vase is 6 3/8" tall. It has a round bottom with three ridges across of the middle. It comes in Ruby Red and Forest Green.

Anchor Hocking Harding  Green Vase

Hoover Vase

I believe Anchor Hocking produced the Hoover vases in the 1940s. I have seen it in milk glass, Forest Green, Royal Ruby and Royal Ruby etched.

Anchor Hocking Hoover Vase Royal Ruby Vase

Maple Leaf

The Anchor Hocking Maple Leaf candy dish was also made in four colors, Royal Ruby, Jadeite, Forest Green and Crystal.

Anchor Hocking Maple Leaf Royal Ruby Candy Dish

Old Cafe

The Old Cafe pattern by Anchor Hocking was a scalloped glass design. Pieces are common in Royal Ruby and crystal.

Anchor Hocking Old Cafe Candy Dish

Wilson Ivy Ball

The Anchor Hocking Wilson Royal Ruby Ivy Ball came in two styles, one with a scalloped edge and one with a plain edge. There were also two sizes, 6" and 4".


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