Anchor Hocking started its operations in 1905 in Lancaster, Ohio when Isaac J. Collins and six friends raised $8000 to buy the Lancaster Carbon Company. Its unique hallmark is a capital H overlaying the outline of an anchor. The company grew significantly following the 1929 stock market crash through its development of a machine that could produce 90 pieces of blown glass per minute. Its ability to produce high quantities of glass allowed it to survive the Great Depression and become a leader in U.S. glass manufacturing.
Anchor Hocking is one of the few existing U.S. glassware manufacturers today.
Anchor Hocking Cobalt Set
Anchor Hocking Ruby Pitcher Set
Ruby Red Etched Bamboo Tumblers
Ruby Red Small Roly Poly Glasses