Special Characteristics: CLEAR
Crafted In United States
In excellent vintage condition!
So you know....
Per K and M Antiques....
"The Jeannette Glass Company History (1887-1983)
The Jeannette Bottle Works Company was established in 1887, in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. In 1898 the Jeannette Bottle Works company was succeeded by the Jeannette Glass Company and got its start producing hand made bottles. With the advent of the O’Neill semi-automatic bottle blowing machine in 1899, Jeannette soon found itself producing wide mouth jars, relishes and other useful pressed glass items like automobile headlamp lenses. By 1904 the company was involved in producing items for medical and home use. Jeannette continued to grow and expand, and by 1924 they began producing lovely table and kitchenware. This innovative company was one of the forerunners in producing the machine made, colored pressed glassware, we collect today. Many of the Depression Glass patterns that we know and love were produced by the Jeannette Glass Company. Some of the more popular patterns produced were Adam, Anniversary, Cherry Blossom, Doric, Doric and Pansy, Floral Poinsettia, Floragold, and Iris. Jeannette established its hold on the kitchen item market early in the Depression Era, designing and producing many kitchen items in pink, green, crystal, delphite, jadite and ultramarine. They were one of the major producers of Jadite and Delphite Glassware. Many of the most desirable Depression Glass kitchen items were made by The Jeannette Glass Company. In 1961 Jeannette bought the old McKee plant which was located in Jeannette and continued to produce glassware for both wholesale and retail businesses, until 1983 when they closed their doors."
****************We sell select vintage items. They are not new, and rarely look new. They are, in many cases, older than we are. They have seen life and times. We do not repair or replace parts on any of the items we sell. They came to us in the condition they are now, and are sold as is. When we say an item is in “excellent vintage condition”, we mean just that – it is in excellent condition for its age. We examine our jewelry with a lighted magnifying dental lamp. We are very particular about what we buy and sell, and describe things to the very best of our ability, in a fair and accurate way. Please - closely review the photos and descriptions of the items you wish to purchase, and if you have questions about them, we will gladly answer them prior to your buying.
The photos are part of the description. Scrutinize them.
**ARE WE WRONG? We've been selling vintage goods for a long time, but that doesn't mean we don't make mistakes. There's so much to know about this stuff. If you know that we are wrong about this item, please take the time to let us know. We're humble. We'll take it, and we'll learn. We'll also correct our listing.
Our packing materials may be unsightly, albeit brilliantly effective. We try to reuse as much material as possible from our business. We encourage you to do the same.
WE DO COMBINE SHIPPING. Let us know if you’d like us to calculate it for you! Does the shipping look off? It happens. Contact us. We'll verify it for you.
International shipping is determined by destination.
GLASS and CERAMICS:
Pressed, molded or blown glass has imperfections from the manufacturing process. These imperfections are inherited from production and are not considered damage. These minor imperfections often occur, such as: small defects in hand painting, color variations, creases or lines from molds, tiny air bubbles or small debris encased in glass is considered natural and is not going to be scrutinized or considered damage. However, we will make note if I notice any larger imperfections that appear to be beyond the acceptable norm, as a defect.
If it is damaged when it arrives, or is not what we described, tell us immediately and let us make it right. A perfect review and a tickled returning customer is always our goal.