HOBBS GLASS CO. No. 339 (OMN) by Hobbs Glass Company (Wheeling-WV, Operated: 1888-1891) , 1890
• AKA: Leaf and Flower
NOTE: There is evidence of limited later production by U.S. Glass; i.e., the celery tray is known in emerald green.
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Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Liz Roach

Shape: Catalog Cut/Ad/Comparison Charts
Contributor: Sid Lethbridge

Shape: Casters/Condiment Sets & Trays
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Table Sets
Contributor: Lucas Kottwitz, Connie O'Connor

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Lucas Kottwitz, Gene Serbus

Shape: Sugars
Contributor: Lucas Kottwitz, Gene Serbus, Jim Thielen

Shape: Creamers
Contributor: Gene Serbus, Aldon Burlison, Lucas Kottwitz

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Lucas Kottwitz

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Jasper Lee Castle

Shape: Casters/Condiment Sets & Trays
Contributor: Peter Thomas - condiment tray

Shape: Casters/Condiment Sets & Trays
Contributor: Peter Thomas

Shape: Casters/Condiment Sets & Trays
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Syrups/Molasses Cans
Contributor: Michele Richard

Shape: Syrups/Molasses Cans
Contributor: Michele Richard

Shape: Celery Trays
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Bowls & Berry Sets
Contributor: Greg Schallhorn

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Spooners
Contributor: Ed Perva

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Haileta Willing

Shape: Butter, Cheese, & Honey Dishes
Contributor: Jane Bahr

Shape: Celery Vases
Contributor: Haileta Willing

Shape: Celery Trays
Contributor: Toby Aulman

Shape: Celery Trays
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Syrups/Molasses Cans
Contributor: Haileta Willing

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Jim Thielen

Shape: Pitcher
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Tumblers
Contributor: James Poinsett

Shape: Tumblers
Contributor: Gene Serbus

Shape: Water/Lemonade Sets
Contributor: Matt Kaiser