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Imperial Cape Cod #160 /19 40 oz. PItcher

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Company Maker: Imperial Glass Company
Pattern: Cape Cod
Item: #160 /19 40 Oz. Ice lip Pitcher / Jug
Color: Crystal
Circa: 1947 - 1955
Measurement: 9 1/4" H.- 7" W.

Condition: We are pleased to offer a striking hard to find piece in the Cape Cod pattern. This 40 oz. footed jug is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The clarity of the glass is fantastic. The pitcher is nice and clean inside. The ice lip is perfect. The handle is flawless.

Imperial Cape Cod #160 /19 40 oz. PItcher

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Company Maker: Imperial Glass Company

Pattern: Cape Cod

Item: #160 /19  40 Oz. Ice lip Pitcher / Jug

Color: Crystal

Circa: 1947 - 1955

Imperial Cape Cod 40 oz. Ice Lip Pitcher HandleMeasurement: 9 1/4"  H.- 7" W.

Condition:  We are pleased to offer a striking hard to find piece in the Cape Cod pattern.  This 40 oz. footed jug is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage.  The clarity of the glass is  fantastic.  The pitcher is nice and clean inside.  The ice lip is perfect.  The handle is flawless.


Cape Cod - (1931-1984) Cape Cod actually got its start in 1931, when the Quaker Oats Company contracted with Imperial to make a wafer stem as a give away in boxes of Quaker Oats. On March 22 of 1932 Cape Cod was patented by Earl W. Newton who designed the Cape Cod design. There are more then 100 pieces of the Cape Cod design. Most Cape Cod is crystal , but it can also  be found in other colors. The 1930s colors include Ruby, Ritz Blue (cobalt blue) and Amber. Other colors were produced in the 1960s. They include Antique Blue, Azalea, Amber and Verde Green. In 1969 and 1971 several different Cape Cod pieces were made in Amber Glow and Azalea, Verde and Imperial Cape Cod 40 oz. Ice Lip Pitcher Looking DownCrystal. In 1974 and 1975 Amber Glow became Sunshine Yellow. In the early to mid 60s a cigarette lighter was made in Black, Purple Slag, Ruby, and Milk Glass. Some White Milk Glass pieces such as the cookie jar have been found and are believed to have been made in the early 1950s. Imperial closed in 1984 and production of Cape Cod ended.Collecting this pattern is fun, because of the abundance of pieces available. If you collect crystal most pieces in this pattern can be found in a moderate price range.


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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Imperial Glass Company
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Cape Cod #160 /19 40 oz. PItcher
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
CIRCA 1947 - 1955

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