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Cameo Depression Glass

The Cameo pattern is also widely called "Ballerina" or "Dancing Girl" because of the tiny dancing figure that is depicted on every piece. Cameo was manufactured by the Hocking Glass Company in Lancaster, Ohio, between 1930 and 1934. Pieces were produced in crystal, green, pink, and yellow. The crystal pieces have a platinum rim.

This is an extremely popular pattern with collectors today. The Cameo set includes: eight different bowls, butter dish, two cake plates, candlesticks, two different candy jars, cocktain shaker, a comport, a cookie jar, two different creamers, two cup styles, a frosted and clear decanter, two different domino trays, three goblets, an ice bowl, jam jar, three different pitchers, ten plate styles, a platter, relish, salt and pepper shakers, sandwich server, two different saucers, three sherbet styles, two different sugars, nine tumblers, two vases and a water bottle.


 

 

Pattern List

Adam
American Sweetheart
Aunt Polly
Aurora
Block Optic
Bubble
Cameo
Cherry Blossom
Cloverleaf
Colonial
Coronation
Crackle
Cube / Cubist
Diana
Dogwood
Doric
English Hobnail
Floral / Poinsettia
Florentine 1 & 2
Fruits
Georgian
Iris
Jubilee
Lorain
Madrid
Manhattan
Mayfair / Open Rose
Miss America
Moderntone
Normandie
Patrician / Spoke
Patrick
Petalware
Princess
Queen Mary
Rose Cameo
Royal Lace
Sandwich
Sharon / Cabbage Rose
Ships
Spiral
Strawberry
Sunshine
Swirl
Tulip
Waterford / Waffle
Windsorb

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