Hazel Atlas Glass Patterns and Shapes
Depression Glass Patterns

Aurora - (1930s) (Cobalt, Crystal, Green, Pink, ) Hazel Atlas produced this charming ribbed kitchen pattern to complement their other glass kitchenware. It is a very small set, but when added to the other accessory pieces made by Hazel Atlas for the kitchen, the collection becomes quite large. Aurora may also be used with Moderntone, or Lydia Ray which were two of Hazel Atlas' largest Depression Era Patterns. Aurora is found primarily in cobalt. Pink, and Crystal are available, but not all pieces are easily found. Green is seldom seen.

Cloverleaf - (1930-1936) (Crystal, Black, Green, Pink, Yellow) - Cloverleaf is one of the easiest Depression Glass patterns to recognize. It is the only Depression Glass pattern to use clover in its decorative design. Cloverleaf is one of the most sought after patterns produced by The Hazel Atlas Company . This pattern lacks a dinner plate and a butter dish, but it makes up for this shortcoming with a grill plate and a candy dish. popularity is the wide variety of pieces that were made.
Colonial Block - (1930s) (Crystal, Some Black, Green, Pink) - This simple kitchenware Hazel Atlas set was produced primarily in crystal, green, and pink. There is no plate in this pattern. The pieces were primarily intended as accessory items. This set may have been Hazel Atlas's answer to Hocking's Block Optic pattern. The colors of the pink and green Hazel Atlas Colonial Block match those of the larger Block Optic set. The patterns are similar but the Colonial Block pattern is heavier and more pronounced. These patterns are enough alike that many collectors mix the two. The round butter and butter tub look great with Block Optic.

Fine Rib- (1930s -1940s) (Crystal, Cobalt Blue, Pink, Flashed Colors) - Fine Rib was made to accompany many of the patterns that Hazel Atlas produce. Pitchers and tumblers are the most commonly found pieces in this pattern although a marmalade has also been found.
Florentine No. 1 (Ruffled)- (1932 - 1935)(Crystal, Pink, Green, Yellow, Cobalt Blue, Fired on Colors) - Florentine #1 was introduced into the Hazel Atlas line in the early 1930s. It was one of Hazel Atlas's most popular patterns. At the same time Florentine No. 1 was being made Hazel Atlas sold a Florentine variant called Florentine No. 2. There is little doubt in my mind that they were made to be used together, but over the years collectors have usually tried to collect either
Moderntone - (1934-1950s) (Amethyst, Cobalt, Crystal, Pink, Green, Platonite Fired on Colors ) The Hazel Atlas Company produced this beautiful Depression Era Pattern. Cobalt is the most collected color and was produced from 1934-1942. Platonite was introduced at this time (please see the ad by clicking below), but remained in the line into 1950s. In the 40s and 50s platonite fired colors were added to the line. A child's set was made in various fired on colors to go with the adult dishes.

Moderntone Platonite Ad

Royal Lace- (amethyst, crystal, cobalt blue, pink, and green) (1934-1941) This striking pattern was produced by The Hazel Atlas Company. Royal Lace has stayed popular throughout time. The intricate pattern does look a great deal like lace. Royal Lace seems to be popular with collectors in all colors. Even crystal has its loyal fans. This pattern is one of the most extensive patterns that Hazel Atlas produced. Some hard to find items include the butterdish, cookie jar, large pitcher and ice tea tumblers.
Depression Glass Kitchen Patterns
H.A. Criss Cross - (1930s). This beautiful set was produced by The Hazel Atlas Glass Company. Although many companies made Depression Era kitchen glassware, only a few made kitchen glassware patterns. Criss Cross is one of the few lines of kitchenware from this time period to have an actual pattern. Pieces of this pattern were made in crystal, cobalt, green and pink. Most of pieces found consist of mixing bowls and leftover jars. Pitchers exist in blue and crystal, and tumblers can be found in all colors. Covered sugars and creamers have been found in all colors as well.
H.A. Black Floral - ( 1929-1930s). The The Hazel Atlas Glass Company produced this beautiful decaled pattern. It was made earlier, but certainly fits in well with the Deco 50s look. Black Floral was sold as a dinnerware service with kitchen accessories available. The dinnerware set consisted of bowls, a candy dish, cups and saucers, a platter, sherbet and plates. Extra kitcheware pieces available include a reamer/ measuring cup (shown), tumblers, leftover jars, pitcher, salt, pepper, and spice shakers. Hazel Atlas used the Ovide blank for many of the pieces in this set.
H.A. Green and Red Banded Kitchenware - ( 1929-1930s). Hazel Atlas used its knowledge of color to stay on top of the Depression Glass kitchen glassware market. Red and Green Bands on Platonite can be found on mixing bowls, butter dishes, measuring cups, and tumblers. Simple green and red enameled bands made blending these pieces in with your current kitchen assortment a breeze.
H.A. Transparent Cobalt Kitchenware - (1930s). Hazel Atlas produced the largest line of cobalt Depression Glass kitchenware. This line was quite large and included a one cup and two cup measuring cup (the two cup could be purchased with and without a reamer top), several sizes of reamers, a butter dish (shown), mixing bowl set, lettered canister set, leftover jars, pitchers, and tumblers. Of course the full set of Criss Cross could also be bought and would fit in nicely with this grouping.
H.A. Transparent Green Kitchenware - (1930s). Hazel Atlas produced a fairly large line of transparent green kitchenware during the 1930s. This line was plainer in style then the Criss Cross pattern (shown above), but could be used to accompany the pattern. This line consisted of canisters, mixing bowls, leftover boxes, syrups, mugs measuring cups, shakers, and reamers. In addition Hazel Atlas made many different styles of kitchenware pitchers and tumblers in this pretty color. Of course all of the kitchenware matches their green Depression Glass patterned sets. If one wished to do so, an entire kitchen could be decorated in this pretty color.
H.A. Stars - (1930s). The The Hazel Atlas Glass Company produced this striking barware / kitchen pattern. This enameled star pattern can be found in cobalt with white stars. Pieces of stars include an ice bucket, cocktail shaker, a pitcher and several sizes of tumblers. Crystal ice buckets and tumblers with red and blue enameled stars can also be found.
H.A Transparent Yellow Kitchenware - (1930s). Hazel Atlas produced this line of kitchenware during the 1930s. As far as I know they were the only company to produced a complete line of kitchenware in transparent topaz or yellow. The set includes mixing bowls, leftovers, the 2 cup measure with reamer, a one cup measure and egg cups. This is a wonderful grouping of kitchenware and it goes well with any of the topaz or yellow Depression Era dinnerware sets.
40s, 50s, and 60s Glassware Patterns
Candy Stripe- (1950s)( WMG with Red, Orange, Turquoise, and Yellow Stripes)

This fun and funky pattern was produced by The Hazel Atlas Glass Company in the 1950s. It's 50 Deco shapes and lines have made this a favorite of children that grew up in this time period, as well as collectors of earlier kitchen glassware. It is so versitle that it fits in with the 1930s white milk glass kitchen items that Hazel Atlas and many other companies produced. There is a complete dinnerware service available in this striking pattern.

Capri (1960s)( Capri Blue, Amber)