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crystal.jpg (44742 bytes) Crystal may not be truly called a color as there is no color. Crystal was used to produced items from the first day of production to the last. 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 Crystal, Springtime items were call "Krystol." In 1935, Cambridge also marketed items frosted on one surface and left "bright" on the other. Such items made in Crystal were called by the color name "Icicle."

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