1930s Pink Depression Glass Petite Serving Ladle

1930s Pink Depression Glass Petite Serving Ladle


Petite in stature, elegant in form, and baby pink in color, this serving ladle is Art Deco in every way. It was manufactured by the famed Anchor Hocking glass company in the 1930s, a manufacturer that is still in business today. This ladle was intended to be used as a serving piece for condiments such as homemade relishes, dips, mayonnaise, and sauces. It likely originally had a matching dish counterpart, though would match nearly all pink depression glass which was quite prevalent during this era. Use today to serve the same dishes, pair with any serving bowl for a whimsical touch of color and girlish style. This lovely little piece would be a sweet way to serve sweets at a baby shower, bridal shower or wedding reception.

  • Maker: Anchor Hocking Glass Company

  • Material: glass

  • Epoch: 1930s

  • Dimensions: 5”L x 2”W

  • Procurement: Dallas, Texas

  • Origin: Lancaster, Ohio

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