Introduced by the Westmorland Glass Company in the 1934, production continued until the 1950's. This pattern is commonly and often mistaken as an early pattern glass example (called Hundred Eye) due to the early reference books that atribute this pattern to the Victorian period. However, this information is not accurate. The pattern was first introduced in in the 1930's, in clear glass, and then later new colours were added to the production line, such as pink, ruby, blue, moss green, green marble, purple marble, pink carnival, milk glass, magenta cased, brown, almond, golden sunset (orange), black and clear with staining (various colours).
With over 85 different items made, this line is extensive and includes many modern forms and contemporary colours.