6 Heisey Small Plates - Six Light Amber Iridescent Glass Coarse Rib Bread & Butter Size - Vintage Retro Serving Dining Antique Glassware


Smashing set of 6 Heisey glass bread and butter plates with great iridescent peach color and a starburst pattern in the center. I believe the pattern is called Coarse Rib and was in production from 1916 to 1933.

This set of six small serving plates were made by Heisey and hallmarked on the bottom center of each plate - see photo.

Measure 6 1/4” in diameter.
All six bread and butter plates are in nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks.

Nice subtle shimmer of color on these antique plates!

The A.H. Heisey Company if Newark, Ohio, began in 1895 by A.H. Heisey. Heisey produced fine quality glass tableware and decorative glass figurines. Both pressed and blown glassware were made in many patterns and colors. The company also made glass automobile headlights and Holophane Glassware lighting fixtures. The company operated until 1957, when it closed.


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