I've a soft spot for Patrician and for amber glass. Way back in 2000 I bought some green Patrician depression glass from a lady who was selling part of her collection. It was one of the first depression glass patterns I bought and I liked it. The design is sharp and definite. Plates and bowls have a center medallion that looks like a wagon wheel, prompting the nick name Spoke. At first glance Patrician looks, like it has flowers in it. In fact, the pattern is made up of geometric shapes, even the swags are geometric shapes. Plates and bowls have scalloped rims and somehow you see this as a soft, curvy pattern. As for amber glass, I like the warmth and the charm of a quiet richness. Many of my customer like it too. It sells well for me. Amber Patrician is a great choice if you like amber depression glass. It hasn't been reproduced; it is reasonably priced and reasonably available. I bought a huge set before we moved, sold many pieces and am now putting it back out there. Slowly, but it is getting listed for you. If you like amber Patrician, check us out here.
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