Cambridge's Chantilly etch was produced from the 1930's to the 50's, and here it is showcased on this lovely, unusual piece.
Called a cigarette urn, this pretty little piece is 3 1/4" in height and approximately 2 7/8" in diameter at the rim. It features a delicately ruffled rim and rests upon a sterling silver base, which is so marked. A great piece in EXCELLENT condition! ... Click for details
Round candy box in the Chantilly etching made by Cambridge Glass Co. The candy is 7" wide and 5" tall with lid on. Bottom has 3 sections and knob on top has sterling silver application. Excellent condition.
Great Chantilly etched bowl made by Cambridge Glass Co, 12" long and 9" wide with turned up sides, Marthat shape which has radiating ridges in the center and a delicately scalloped edge. Excellent condition.
The Cambridge Glass Company was in business from 1901 to 1958. They primarily made beautiful crystal dinnerware, and were the largest manufacturer of this type of glass in the 1920's and 30's. Early in the 1930's they began producing the "chantilly" pattern. This pattern was characterized by a delicate floral and scroll motif which was etched into the crystal. This pitcher is considered to be a rare item. It can be found in the "Very Rare Glassware of the Depression Years" Sixth Series book... Click for details
Elegant etched bonbon in the Chantilly pattern made by Cambridge Glass Co, shape is 3500 or "piecrust" and it has 2 ornate handles, about 8" wide and sits up off the table about 1 1/4". Excellent condition.