Why Chance Glass?
If you are old enough, it is entirely possible that
between 1934-1980 you would have encountered
Chance glass in
one form or another. It may not have been Fiestaware
but could have
been one of the many pressed glass items listed
on this site. Take a look in the cupboard:
you may be surprised what you'll find...
The old Chance Glass works, in Spon Lane, Smethwick,
is also about five miles from our premises and
its history impacted on the Midlands area by employing
a wide range of people in a diverse area of manufacturing.
ideally situated made it easier to research the
A Britannia pressed glass plate as used continually
by the family since 1949!|
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