by Ruth Forsythe
Issue #18 - October 1974

CAMBRIDGE SQUARE* is a very late pattern (1950). Although late, the pattern is now almost twenty five years old.

All clear, ebony and combinations of clear and color were made in this very popular pattern.

The clear glass has an abundance of light and sparkle, and is to be found in dinner plates, salad plates, sherbets, goblets, tumblers, sugar and creamer, wine sets, cordial sets, vases, etc. Also made with platinum band.

One is more apt to find the ebony CAMBRIDGE SQUARE in smoking items, vases, candy boxes and serving pieces. I have seen plain and gold decorated ebony.

CAMBRIDGE SQUARE Is of the 1950's period, but today, would still be called "modern". No frills or fancies - just plain, beautiful and easy to live with.

*Ref: Cambridge Glass Catalogue

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