Things Found on the Way to Look Up Something Else!

By Mark A. Nye
Issue No. 130 - February 1984

Emerald Green and Mandarin Gold were being advertised as new colors in August 1949.

Gold Krystol was advertised as new in China, Glass & Lamps of September 1929.

The November 1951 issue of China, Glass & Lamps gave colors being used by Cambridge as Moonlight Blue, Mandarin Gold, Amethyst, Emerald, Amber, Ebony, Crown Tuscan and Ruby.

The Caprice Doulton Pitcher was advertised in the February 1944 issue of Crockery and Glass.

The etching, "Daffodil' was advertised as new in the November 1951 issue of Ladies Home Journal.

The Martha line punch bowl, #478, was being promoted as new in early 1939. Availability was plain or with the etchings Chantilly, Blossom Time, Wildflower and Rosepoint.

Cambridge made bottles lettered "Ketchup," "Chili," and "Sauce" in addition to the more familiar "Oil" and "Vinegar" bottles.

The Virginian #134 cake salver remained in the Cambridge line until the final plant closing.

Etching #732 was advertised as new in the September 1929 issue of China, Glass & Lamps.

Wildflower etching was being advertised as new in January 1937.

The #3600 2 piece cocktail icer was made with bowls in colors of Mocha, Pistachio, LaRosa and Moonlight Blue. The stem foot and liner being in crystal. No. 7801 tumblers (5, 10, and 12 oz. sizes) were also made in these same colors with a Crystal foot.

Tally-ho flat tumblers were made in Dianthus Pink and Moonlight Blue, as well as in the usual colors associated with Tally-Ho.