This American art deco Ruba Rombic vase was designed in 1927 by Reuben Haley (1872 – 1933) and introduced in 1928 by the Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. The Ruba Rombic line was only produced for four years, until 1933. The 9 ½” high vase is in Consolidated’s “silver” color.
This set of four American art deco drinking glasses was designed in 1927 by Reuben Haley (1872 - 1933) for the Consolidated & Lamp Glass Company of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. The 9 oz tumblers, in jungle green, are number 813 in the company catalog. Each 4” tall glass is in excellent condition.
This American Art Deco bowl was designed in 1927 by Reuben Haley for the Consolidated Glass Company of Corapolis, PA. His Ruba Rombic line was introduced in 1928 and retired in 1933. It has been estimated that only 1500 pieces of Ruba Rombic have survived. This piece is the oblong bowl (also called the banana bowl) and it is in a striking jungle green and is 12” long and 4-1/8” high.