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Depression Era Peacock GEM Blue Rolling Pin

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Company Maker: Unknown -- many Depression Era Glass Companies made these rolling pins. -
Item: Rolling Pin with Wooden Handles -
Color: Peacock Blue -
Circa: Early 1900s / 1930s -
Category: Kitchen Glassware -
Backstamp / Labels: This rolling pin is marked "GEM Pat Pend" on the rolling pin end -
Description / About: Peacock Blue Rolling Pin - 19 1/2 L" with Handles -

Item Condition: We are pleased to offer for sale this seldom found Depression Era Glass Rolling Pin in the hard to find Peacock Blue color. This piece is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. However, early glassware like this does have have inherit flaws. True to its nature, this rolling has tiny bubbles trapped in the glass, but there are no open bubbles or chipped areas. The handles have lost some of their finish through the years but are completely intact and without damage. I have collected rolling pins from this time period for years and this is the nicest Peacock Blue rolling pin I have owned.

Depression Era Peacock GEM Blue Rolling Pin

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Depression Era Peacock Blue GEM Rolling Pin With Wooden Handles

Peacock Blue Rolling Pin
Company Maker: Unknown -- many Depression Era Glass Companies made these rolling pins.

Peacock Blue Rolling Pin Dark EndPeacock Blue Rolling Pin The Other SideItem:  Rolling Pin with Wooden Handles

Color: Peacock Blue

Circa: Early 1900s / 1930s

Category: Kitchen Glassware

Backstamp / Labels: This rolling pin is marked "GEM Pat Pend" on the rolling pin end

Peacock Blue Rolling Pin Middle

Description / About: Peacock Blue Rolling Pin - 19 1/2 L" with Handles

Item Condition: We are pleased to offer for sale this seldom found Depression Era Glass Rolling Pin in the hard to find Peacock Blue color.  This piece is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. However, early glassware like this does have have inherit flaws.  True to its nature, this rolling has tiny bubbles trapped in the glass, but there are no open bubbles or chipped areas. You can see the largest bubble near the surface in our photo.  It is smooth to the touch and encased in the glass. The handles have lost some of their finish through the years but are completly intact and without damage.   I have collected rolling pins from this time period for years and this is the nicest Peacock Blue rolling pin I have owned.


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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Unknown
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM GEM Rolling Pin with Wooden Handles
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Peacock Blue
CIRCA Late 1800s - 1930s

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