Hazel Atlas Lace Cobalt Blue was produced by the Hazel Atlas Glass company as early as 1934. Hazel Atlas Glass Company was located in Washington, PA.
This depression glass pattern is one of the most expensive and sought after of all the depression glass. The most desirable color was the Ritz blue, also known as cobalt blue.
The Royal Lace pattern was a full service pattern. These pieces included: dinner, lunch, and cake plates, and tumblers in two sizes. Also, there were berry and rimmed bowls, cups, saucers, salt and pepper, and a cream and sugar with lid. Serving pieces included: pitchers, master berry and serving bowls, large serving plates and platters and a butter dish.