Hazel Atlas produced this
depression glass pattern in the mid-1930s under the name of
Cloverleaf. The major pattern has a band of three-leaf clovers
encircling each piece. A variation was made which included random four
leaf clovers, and can be found on a cereal bowl, a cup and saucer only.
The 4-leaf clover variant is more difficult to find, and subsequently
commands about twice the price of the three-leaf pattern.
were three different styles of depression glass tumblers, above is the
5 3/4" footed tumbler in the Hazel Atlas yellow. In addition,
ther is a 4" flat tumbler with a straight rim and a 4" flat tumbler
with a flared rim. Green is the predominantly sought after color,
however the pink is usually much harder to find.
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Atlas Glass Cloverleaf
A great addition to any depression glass collection is the
beautifully intricate Hazel Atlas cloverleaf cup and saucer. The above
variety is the standard 3-leaf clover pattern. Cup and saucer sets can
easily be found in the $12-$15 range.
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