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Miscellaneous Vintage Glass

Jeannette Glass shell pink cake stand

If you collect Jeannette Glass, you already know that these beautiful shell pink pieces are quickly becoming scarcer than hen’s teeth because they were only produced for two years (1957-1959). So we’re understandably proud to be able to offer this striking pedestal cake stand as a premier example of Jeanette shell pink glass. Founded in 1888 as Jeannette Bottle Works in Jeannette, PA, the company changed its name to Jeannette Glass Company and incorporated in 1898. By 1924 it was being described as “one of the most complete automatic factories in the country.” Jeannette introduced colored glass in 1925 and went on to make some of the most popular, not to mention prettiest, lines of both dinnerware and kitchenware in green, amber, pink, jadite, delphite, and ultramarine, but ultimately ceased doing business in 1983. They used many of their earlier patterns for the short-lived shell pink line, including this one called “Harp,” which actually looks more like a diamond or lattice design. Standing 5" tall, this cake stand’s 10-1/8" diameter raised rim is beaded, and larger beads form the foot of the 4" diameter pedestal base. The underside of the plate is textured, and a beaded design encircles both the middle of the stem and the lower portion of the base. This truly lovely cake stand is in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, and certainly enhances the presentation of your 9" layer cakes. Very festive indeed, not to mention a valuable vanishing collector’s prize! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $45.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **


Lidded white milk glass spice jars

Tired of that mess of this-&-that unmatched spice jars cluttering up your cupboard? Here’s your chance to build your own unique set of attractive matched jars. We have 20 of these marvelous vintage 1-3/4" square x 4" tall white milk glass spice jars with sage green plastic screw-on lids, all in perfect condition. Three of the four jar sides are decorated with raised stepped columns, and the fourth has a raised “banner” above and below a flat area that’s 1-1/4" wide x 1-3/4" tall, just waiting for your label, which you can make yourself out of contact paper or buy online from several different vendors. You may be so pleased with the results that you’ll want to build a spice rack to display your creations in!  (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $9.00 each + s/h


  20 available


Vintage tall lidded candy jar

This beautiful old clear glass jar has such a lovely curvaceous shape and undoubtedly is an example of a drug store apothecary or display jar. It stands 7-3/4" tall and rises to 9-1/4" when lidded. Both the round base and mouth opening are just a shade over 3" in diameter. The neck features a band of 3/8" x 7/8" rectangular indentations, below which the jar body curves out to become four-sided before curving back in again to another band of rectangular indentations above the base. The bottom surface features a double ring of raised dots and carries the numbers 2, 3, and 8. The two mold lines run all the way from top to bottom. The bottom rim of the lid has an upside down raised number 42, and its flat top has an incised design that looks like a flower or snowflake. Perfect condition with no chips, cracks, or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $50.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Arcuisine 4-cup measuring cup

This clear glass Arcuisine measuring cup measures in both English and metric units. Large easy to read red markings on one side measure from 1/2 cup to 4 cups (32 oz / 1 quart), while measurements on the other side are from 200 to 1000 ml (1 liter). Marked “arcuisine” and “approximate capacities” in red underneath the spout and “France” and “16" on the bottom. Rim is 5-3/4" in diameter, base is 4" in diameter, cup measures 8" across from pouring spout to handle, and stands 5" tall. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Tall Fresherator jar

Well, here’s a great nostalgia piece for you. An old Fresherator refrigerator jar straight out of the ’30's or ’40's when these jars were often given as bonuses with the purchase of a new refrigerator. Or at least that’s the story I found when I originally researched this jar. However, based on emails from two of our site visitors, that story seems to be in error. We have now determined that two different companies made Fresherator jars: Silex in the 1930’s and San Francisco Home Container Corp. in the 1940’s. The Silex Fresherators seem to have been intended as cannisters, have glass lids, and are embossed “Silex Fresherator.” The Home Container Corp. Fresherator jars, like this one, are refrigerator jars, embossed “Fresherator,” and originally had aluminum Press 2 Seal lids.

This jar is the large 3 pint size, with markings on the back indicating the 1, 2, and 3 pint levels. The front has the “Fresherator” script in a banded rectangle that descends into the 1-1/2" stippled border encircling the bottom portion of the jar. The jar stands 7-1/4" tall with a base and outer rim of 4-5/8" diameter. Inner rim mouth diameter is 3-1/8". Bottom is marked with an S followed by an interlocking G and C followed by a zero. It also carries the number 3860 with an additional 3 underneath. It has long since lost its lid but is in otherwise perfect condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. If you want a set, we have a pair of shorter Fresherators listed immediately below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Can You Help??

Got an email from a site visitor who is desperately searching for replacement lids for two of her Silex Fresherator jars. If you happen to come across any (or even jars with intact lids), please email me so we can save Perry’s vintage set.
Thanks so much!
Miss Kitty

Pair of Fresherator jars

Here are a pair of old Fresherator refrigerator jars that are shorter versions of our taller jar listed immediately above. These have no marking on the back to indicate their capacity, but I couldn’t resist experimenting, and they hold right at 3-1/2 cups apiece. Their diameters are exactly the same as the taller jar (base and outer rim of 4-5/8" diameter; inner rim mouth diameter of 3-1/8"), but these stand a shade over 4-1/4" tall. Each has the “Fresherator” script in a banded rectangle on its front that descends into the 1-1/2" stippled border encircling the bottom portion of the jar. Bottoms are marked with an S followed by an interlocking G and C followed by a 9 and also carry the number 3858. However, one has an additional 3 underneath, while the other has an additional 7 underneath. Just like their taller counterpart, neither of these jars has a lid, but both are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $35.00 + s/h and insurance


 only 1 pair available


Vintage sun tea jar

Remember when these classic sun tea jars appeared in the 1970's? Everyone had to have one and a new craze began! This one features a yellow plastic spigot and screw-on lid. At 6" in diameter and standing 10-1/4" tall when lidded, it holds 1 gallon and has a measurement scale on the side that goes from 1 - 3 quarts. Marked GAC, 13, and 4128 on the bottom. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. There’s a little manufacturer’s flaw at the 2 quart mark that looks like a crack but isn’t. If you’ve never made sun tea before, you really ought to try it – it’s one of the best tasting teas in the world! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h

** SOLD **


Set of 4 Brockway glass storage jars

This set of four vintage 8-1/2" tall x 3-3/4" diameter clear glass storage jars are decorated with a 1" tall vertically ribbed “collar” and come with blue plastic lids. Jar bottoms are marked with a B in a circle, the symbol of Brockway Glass Company, which was incorporated in 1907 and ultimately acquired by Owens-Illinois, Inc. in 1988. All four jars are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks and all four lids are undamaged and fit snugly. These attractive jars are the perfect size for storing colorful dry pasta or cereal and would be a great addition to any kitchen. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h


  only 1 set available


Enormous vintage iced tea glass

If you’re addicted to iced tea or lemonade and have yet to find a glass large enough to hold your summer “fixes,” look no further! This enormous vintage 9-3/8" tall x 4-1/4" diameter glass holds 48 ounces – that ought to keep you going for awhile! It’s also very attractive, being made of deep sea green ripple glass that tapers down to a 3" diameter base. On the other hand, I suppose it could be used as a vase, too! It’s in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Glass butter/cheese server with silver plate dome

This is a highly unusual and very attractive vintage butter or cheese server that stands 4" high when lidded. The 9" diameter plate is pressed glass with a 1-1/2" flared border of beautiful open-work consisting of an interior band of circles and exterior band of stylized hearts with a lacy open rim. The 5" diameter base contains a large quilted starburst or flower design. The 5-3/8" diameter dome is silver plate with an acorn finial and a lovely flower spray impressed on each side. The exterior has developed a beautiful patina with the look of soft pewter. The interior has a mottled appearance and you can see and feel the underside of the floral impressions. Neither piece is marked. The plate is in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or scratches. The dome has light usage wear around the bottom, but no dents or dings. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $45.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **


Green ripple glass jug

Have you ever run across something that makes you smile every time you look at it? Well, that’s always been my reaction to this uniquely shaped opaque green ripple glass jug. I swear he looks like a fat snail sticking his head up to check out his surroundings! I’ve never seen anything like him before and I can’t help but smile every time I see him. He measures approximately 6" x 4-1/2" x 6" tall to the top of his upturned neck spout, and has a circular indentation on each side to make him easy to grip and hold. His cork, which was with him when we acquired him, is elaborately decorated with grapes and leaves. Wonder if he originally came filled with wine? Neither he nor his cork is marked. He’s in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks and makes a singular display piece, although he’s also perfectly usable. Either way, he’s bound to steal your heart! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h and insurance


  only 1 available


Nostalgic green Coke glass

I can’t remember how many wonderful afternoons I spent with friends long ago at the local drug store soda fountain drinking Cokes out of green Coke glasses and catching up on all the high school gossip. If you have such delightful memories, too, you’ll love this 6" tall green pebble glass Coke glass in the classic Coca-Cola shape with diameters of 3" at its rim, approximately 3-1/4" at its widest point, and 2-1/8" at its base. One side is embossed “Enjoy Coca-Cola” and the other side “Enjoy Coke.” We have two of these marvelous old Coke glasses and price is for each. Both are in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 each + s/h



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