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Midnite Magic

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              This is one of those unusual patterns you may find and wonder, 'what was that all about?'. The Midnite Magic pattern is a series of black squiggly lines on white platonite glass. It was made in the early 1950s and at the time was a great compliment to the 'modern kitchen' and homemaker style.

To date, I have acquired what I believe to be every piece ever made in this pattern. A tumbler, coaster, ashtrays, dinner plates, cake plates, bowls, apple snack sets, creamer, sugar and cups and saucers.

The pattern is simply a series of random black lines sprayed on top of the white platonite glass. So far only the white glass with black treatment is found, except on the wine bottles. The name Midnite Magic is the official name, found on the original box.

Pieces in the Midnite Magic pattern are fairly priced, and with some persistence you will be able to assemble a set. Usually pieces are in the $5 to $7 range, except the wine bottles.

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Midnite Magic tumbler and coaster

You may have seen this on a bottle as well. That bottle was the Welch's Grape wine bottle and was produced in 1955.

The Welch's Bottle has it's own page here.

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