The Hazel Glass Company and Atlas Glass Company – both in Washington, PA – merged to form the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in 1902. Growing to become one of the largest glass manufacturing firms in the world, Hazel Atlas Glass produced depression glass tableware in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s and in the early 1950s produced a wide line of “Swanky Swigs” applied color shot and whiskey glasses, also referred to as Retro-Atomic Era glassware. A vast majority of these had hunt scenes from Pheasant to Deer and Fox Hunting. This fabulous bowl or Ice bucket depicts various red-coated equestrian hunters with their hounds hot on the trail of the elusive fox, applied color on a clear glass. The infamous Hazel Atlas Mark – Large capital H with a smaller capital A underneath somewhat like a small step stool – is very hard to see on the bottom as it has worn over time. Excellent condition with no chips or damage, a wonderful gift for the fox hunter or overall horse enthusiast. C1950s, made in USA. Measures 4 ½ inches tall x 5 ¾ inches wide with a 17 ½ inch circumference.