Walther Glass Walther Glass Saturn Bowl, 6.25-Inch

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are... best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

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Walther Glass

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass
$19.55
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August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass
$20.51
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August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass

August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Walther Glass

One 7-1/4-inch shallow bowl All glass product Made in germany, Weight: 1.67 lbs., Manufacturer: Blockhouse Arc

Walther Glass
$15.99
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August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

Fiesta

Fiesta 6-1/4-oz Fruit Bowl manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, an...d the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezerproof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many important practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America. -Dimensions: 1.25 IN x 5.25 IN x 5.25 IN read more

Fiesta

Fiesta 6-1/4-Ounce Fruit Bowl manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware,... and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezerproof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many important practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America. -Dimensions: 1.25 IN x 5.25 IN x 5.25 IN read more

Fiesta

Fiesta 6-1/4-Ounce Fruit Bowl manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware,... and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezerproof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many important practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America. -Dimensions: 1.25 IN x 5.25 IN x 5.25 IN read more

Walther Glass
$22.00
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August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

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The Coupe Dinnerware has been HIC?s signature porcelain dinnerware since 1957. This fine quality Japanese porcelain is elegant eno...ugh for special occasions and casual enough for everyday. The Coupe design has been a favorite of households, worldwide, since the mid-twentieth century because of its clean and simple lines and its ability to suite most decors?from modern to minimalist to rustic. White ware not only compliments interior design it enhances the eating experience; white ware puts the attention on the food. This is a very important concept. Imagine serving a colorful, broiled Salmon atop a thin bed of wild rice served on a green, red or blue colored plate or atop a floral, striped or checkered pattern. Now, see how quick your guest?s eyes draw toward the plate and away from the food. White ware is not distracting, rather it frames and compliments the food. An appealing presentation enhances taste and heightens the overall experience. The HIC Coupe Dinnerware Cereal Bowl exemplifies the versatility and the timeless character of the Coupe design and epitomizes HIC?s dedication to quality. Add delight and new found wonder to each and every snack or meal! 14 ounce capacity. read more

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Simple Dinnerware for a Contemporary Dining Statement. Stacks for easy storage. Solid, vibrant colors. Made of durable melamine. M...ix and match coordinating dinnerware pieces read more

Walther Glass
$20.29
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August Walther and Sohne AG (or Walther and Sohne for short) was established in 1888 by August Walther. In 1932 the company merged... with Saxonian Glass, and was renamed Sachsische Glasfabrik August Walther and Sohne AG. Walther and Sohne are best known for their superb range of Art Deco centrepieces, figurines, bowls and vases, some of which are shown below, which they made during the 1930's and 40's. They also produced a range of Cloud Glass called 'Oralit'. Like many German businesses, the company was nationalised after World War 2, and became VEB Sachsenglas. Many of their art deco designs continued production under this name until the 1960's. The company closed in the early 1990's. read more

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