Glass From The Past
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Apple Blossom : Pre 1940 item #1050428 (stock #AB138)
Glass From The Past
$18.00
These amber Cambridge Apple Blossom #3400/54 cup and saucer sets are in excellent condition: cup is mint condition and saucer has some clouding, which isn't noticeable on display, but is upon inspection (price reflects this fogging; I couldn't get the camera to capture it). The cups are embossed with the C in a triangle (pre 1935 mark). Hard to find this color in Apple Blossom. Cambridge Glass made the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Apple Blossom : Pre 1940 item #1050426 (stock #AB123)
Glass From The Past
$11.00
These yellow (Gold Krystol) Cambridge APPLE BLOSSOM 6" Finger Bowl Plates (can be used as Bread and Butter or Dessert Plates) are round and in excellent condition; no chips, cracks or meaningful use marks. All are marked with the C in a triangle (pre 1935) and priced under the book value of $15 each. Cambridge Glass made items with the Apple Blossom etch (#744) from 1930-1940.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Apple Blossom : Pre 1940 item #1050424 (stock #AB121)
Glass From The Past
$52.00
These Cambridge Apple Blossom 9-1/2" #3400/63 Dinner Plates are all in excellent condition, no chips, cracks; unused, a stacking mark here and there if any. They are yellow, called Gold Krystol; Cambridge Glass made items etched in the Apple Blossom pattern from 1930-1940. Most or all are marked with C in a triangle, though the trademark might be faint (pre 1935 mark). Book value is $85 each. See our other listings for pieces in Yellow, green, and clear.
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Patterns : Apple Blossom : Pre 1940 item #1050423 (stock #AB101)
Glass From The Past
$45.00
This pink Cambridge APPLE BLOSSOM etched 11" Celery & Relish (P248, on the Pristine blank) is in excellent condition; no flaws other than some minor roughness on the inside rim of one end, not really noticeable. Rarer piece, unlisted in the price guides. This pink was called Peach Blo and later Dianthus by Cambridge Glass, which made items with the Apple Blossom etch from 1930 to 1940.