- Pattern: Golden Grapes Green (Discontinued)
- Made in New Jersey, USA by Ceraglass
- Vintage: 1960’s
- Details: This is a gorgeous mid-century 22 carat gold embossed glass set. It features a wide green band with gold grapes, leaves and dark green tendrils. The green band is bordered by two gold bands. The pattern is all around the glass. This is a large heavy bowl, makes an excellent serving piece for a large crowd. Would love beautiful with fruits as a centerpiece, would make a stunning addition to any bar for chips or pretzels. Great addition to a Fall table.
- Materials: Glass
- Dimensions: 10.0 inches in Diameter and 5.25 inches Tall
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Excellent Condition. There is one small section on a leaf where he gold has chipped. There are no scratches, chips, cracks or other imperfections except for wear associated with use/age. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Ceraglass was founded in Hackensack NJ in 1940 by Anthony Velonis (1911-1997). Velonis was born in New York City to a Greek immigrant family. He became a painter, designer, and craftsman and was very involved in the silkscreen process on many items such as metal, glass and plastic. In 1940 Velonis founded the Ceraglass Company, a silkscreening firm intended to experiment with silkscreen prints. They created elegant cocktail glasses, barware and other specialty pieces which were sold in high end department stores. Over time, the company grew to become a world-renowned glass manufacturer and completed larger-scale works for organizations such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tiffany’s, and others. They even patented their method of printing on glass bottles. The success of the glass business allowed Mr. Velonis to paint what he liked, when he liked, and not worry about financial matters. In 1970 Ceraglass Co. merged into VCA of Bridgeport, CT.