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Amber was introduced January, 1924, and was sometimes advertized as "Amber-glo." In 1930, Cambridge produced items in the "Springtime" line which later became part of the "Everglade" line. Springtime items were frosted on the pattern side of the item leaving bright highlights. When produced in Amber, Springtime items were call "Cinnamon." In 1935, Cambridge also marketing items frosted on one surface and left "bright" on the other side. Such items made in Amber were called by the color name "Almond."


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