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Depression Glassware

Depression Glassware

Depression Glass is machine made, mass produced, colored and crystal glassware made during the Depression years (Early to Mid 30s). Some of the major glass companies that produced Depression Glass were: The Federal Glass Company, The Hocking (later Anchor Hocking) Glass Company, The Hazel Atlas Glass Company, The Indiana Glass Company, The Jeannette Glass Company and The Macbeth Evans Glass Company.

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  1. Depression Era Jade-ite / Jadite Depression Kitchen Single Towel Bar

    Depression Era Jade-ite / Jadite Depression Kitchen Single Towel Bar

    Color: Jadeite / Jadite Item: 17" Towel Bar Circa: 1930s Measurement: #Towel Bar: 17" W. Condition: If you are a Jadite / Jade-ite collector, you will love owning this pretty hard to find Depression Era single towel bar. This wonderful towel bar is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. All this interesting piece of history needs is 4 screws to fasten it to your wall! This jade-ite towel bar would fall into the Depression Glass category. It is from the 1930s. The hardware that we have with the towel bar is NEW. The die was cast from an original towel bar holder. Therefore it is identical in design to the old ones. The only difference is that this hardware is made from stainless steel and does not rust or become pitted like the early chrome plated hardware. It is easy to clean and it is solid. It will not ever peel like the old chrome plated hardware. If you are looking for a great towel bar to help give your kitchen or bath area the vintage look, this towel bar is just what you are looking for. Learn More
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