–DO YA HAVE ONE OF THESE–
This is my understanding..Hocking owns Lancaster and Standard, when one of their plants burned in 1924, the cutting and etching for orders was transfered to this plant. I have read that all the Standard Cuttings have Female names…after Ladies who worked there.
This pattern is shown in The Encyclopedia of CG and calls this cut “Trudy”. I have a “Trudy” ad (HMW 2) and the cut is the same except it has a Flower and not the Hanging Balls. In Zastowney’s, Lancaster Glass, page 89, this cutting is called CASPER (I do not associate to a female name). Thus, it may be a Lancaster cutting…I no longer know…LOL.
Either way, this is a really nice Late Carnival/Art Deco era type item. In this case, it is a Flat Plate made from the Compote. (I am also putting up a rolled rim vase with the same Wheel Cut).
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2 1/8 inches high.
7 3/8 inches wide.
3 1/4 inch base.