This is a really cool Lazy Susan in a butterscotch drizzle design and color made by Hazel Atlas. It is was produced during the late 1950s. The center bowl and crescent bowls are made from the same glass that Glasbake items were made from, similar to a Pyrex dish. The base is brass, I believe and has no dents; it is dark in places. I don’t know if the brass coating is rubbed off or if it’s a brass tarnish. The pieces swirls around perfectly. The glass pieces are in very good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; hardly a mark on them.
The lazy Susan measures 14.75 inches in diameter when the whole set is put together. The middle dip bowl measures almost 2 inches tall and is 6 inches in diameter. Each outer tray is 1.25 inches tall and 9 inches at its widest point.
The Hazel-Atlas Glass Company was a producer of machine-molded glass in Wheeling, West Virginia and was founded in 1902 in Washington, Pennsylvania, when four companies merged:
Hazel Glass and Metals Company (started in 1887)
Atlas Glass Company (started 1896)
Wheeling Metal Plant
Republic Glass Company
Hazel-Atlas manufactured large quantities of "depression" pressed glassware in a wide variety of patterns throughout the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. "Atlas" was the name brand of their most popular line of fruit jars for home canning.
Hazel-Atlas became a subsidiary of the Continental Can Company in 1957. In 1964, 10 of the 12 H-A plants in operation were sold to Brockway Glass Company.
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I use the term "very good vintage condition" for pieces that are in excellent condition. Yet please remember that these items have mostly been used before; so they will have a few imperfections. Anything that is obvious will be noted in the description and/or pictures.
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Vintage means an item is at least 20 years old or at the most 99 years old. Once it is 100 years old, you can call it an antique. Please be aware that you are purchasing a used item. We keep trying to improve our descriptions and pictures to point out chips or dents or other issues a piece may have.
Saying that, there may be small vintage wear that go unnoticed. I do go over the piece when I buy it, wash it, take its picture, write its description or weigh it. Yet still, sometimes I miss it. The right light will show scratches on dinner plates for example. One time, you could see a crack in a piece of pottery in the photograph that you could not see when looking at it.
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