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Jeannette Glass - Part 4
JEANNETTE GLASS – Part 4
Brockwitz catalog photo - Page 137.
MOONPRINT - (like) Water Goblets - 6 inches tall - 1950s.
MOONPRINT - (like) Wine Goblets - 4 inches tall - 1950s.
MOONPRINT: (Look-alikes?) While these may appear to be the Brockwitz pattern, closer observance indicates that the stems are quite different from those displayed in the Brockwitz Factory catalog print. These goblets and wines having notched stems are displayed in Weatherman’s Depression Era Glass book as 1950s Jeannette Glass production.
Left - HERRINGBONE and MUMS - Courtesy Seeck Auctions.
Right - HERRINGBONE and MUMS - 4.5 inches tall.
HERRINGBONE & MUMS Tumbler: is 4 ½” high, enjoys a rare status, with probably fewer than half-dozen known. In a previous segment, we noted only two had been verified.
HEX OPTIC - (Honeycomb)
11 oz. tumbler, 6 1/2 in. tall.
Left - HEX OPTIC (Honeycomb) Pitcher - 9.5 in. high - 64 oz.
Right -14 inch HEX OPTIC Lamp - Courtesy Erin Dawson
HEX OPTIC (Honeycomb): This pattern was produced in the 1930s. The glass is heavy and the pitcher weighs 4 lbs. 1 oz.! The pitcher base has a 4 1/8” diameter.
Jeannette BUTTERFLY from the 1940's thru the early 60's..
Large Butterfly in the Party Set - 8 inch x 7 1/2 inch.
Jeannette Butterfly Party Set - 1940s - 1950s - 1960s.
BUTTERFLY Party Set: These were popular items well into the 1960s. They were made in a variety of non-iridized colors, plain crystal, decorated crystal, amber, olive green, light blue as well as shell pink milk glass.
These were only made in one carnival glass color, marigold.
1920s HEX PANEL Soda Tumbler -
7.5 in. tall x 3.5 in. diam. J inside square logo.
HEX PANEL Soda Tumbler: This was one of the early examples of marigold shapes leading into the Depression era.
GOLDEN OXEN 12 oz. Mug.
5.5 in. high x 3 in. across.
Courtesy Joe Brennan.
GOLDEN OXEN Mug: Following prohibition, mugs of various types were produced by the hundreds, if not thousands. Many of those examples exist today! This particular mug is quite nicely iridized……..better than most!
Tree Bark vase - 7 1/4 inches tall.
TREE BARK Vase: This shape is not seen as often as those with a bulbous attitude, so perhaps we could assume this shape came along late in the era?
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