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Wexford by Anchor Hocking

Pattern Description

Wexford was made by Anchor Hocking from 1967 to 2000, primarily in crystal, but some pieces were made in green, cobalt blue, pewter mist, amber, and flashed on colors including red. This pattern was distributed by Wal-Mart, among other stores, so is fairly plentiful today. I remember getting a small bouquet with a Wexford goblet as the vase (it had a styrofoam ball inserted in it to hold the flowers and absorb water) when my daughter was born in 1972 - so the pattern was popular even back in the late '60's and '70's.

Detail of Decoration

Wexford is easy to identify - it has a broad band of raised diamonds topped by a smaller but still broad band of raised diamonds. Many of the plates and other flat pieces have scalloped edges.

Sample Saucer

Wexford crystal saucer

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