Jeanette Pitcher, Holiday Iridescent, Amber Carnival Glass, Button and Bow, 16 Ounce
A gorgeous pitcher by Jeanette Glass. The pattern is called Holiday Iridescent and consists of a iridescent button and bow design in amber. This was made between 1940 and 1960. It would be a wonderful addition to a carnival glass collection and would look beautiful on a table, buffet, or sideboard. It would be great as a milk or syrup pitcher.
Jeannette Bottle Works began operation in the late 1880s in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. In 1898 the company became Jeannette Glass Company. Like so many other glassware entities, this one concentrated on utility glass early on and produced a vast selection of handmade bottles, jars, and dishware well into the early 1900s. The company expanded production to prism glass in 1917. Prism glass was incorporated in both business and residential structures to increase light exposure. This division of the company was sold in the mid-1920s. Improvements made to the factory during this period, however, included converting it to a pressed glass facility. This change allowed the company to later produce the Depression-era kitchen glass and dinnerware for which they are best known.
6 inches in height
5½ inches from spout to handle
Approximately 4 inches in diameter
This pitcher is in excellent condition. There are no chips or cracks.
It would be a great gift for a wedding, shower, housewarming, holiday or other special occasions.
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