Up for your consideration is a cobalt Ritz Blue 9 3/4 inch nesting mixing bowl, Depression glass era 1930's, made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company (brief history below) in the Pillar Optic pattern
Hazel Atlas mixing bowls have convex vertical ribs and a nicely rolled rim.
This bowl is 8" diameter (rim to rim), 3 I/4" high and 2 1/2" base.
They were originally sold in a set of 4 different sizes and nested inside each other for storage. This bowl is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, cloudiness or beater marks. They would look great in your retro kitchen.
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Brief History of The Hazel Glass Company
The Hazel Atlas Glass Company started in 1902 after the merger between the Atlas Company (circa 1880's) and the Hazel Company. After the 1902 merger, competition forced the newly formed company to abandon their production of fruit jars and commercial food storage containers to expand into the production of a dinner ware line for the average homemaker. A simple and plain line that the common housewife could purchase and use daily. Hazel Atlas became industrious in formulating their own unique colors; this strategy set themselves apart from their competitors and guaranteed their success well into the great depression that sealed the fate of many other glass houses. Hazel Atlas continued innovating and defining the household glass industry until 1956 when it was bought out by the Continental Can Company ending 50 years of phenomenal growth for a small manufacturing company that had its roots in Washington PA.
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