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McKee Innovation Line Green Cut Glass Snappy Large Footed Rose Bowl

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This stunning Green Innovation Snappy 3 Footed Bowl is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The hand wheel cutting is awesome and is well done. We have double checked the feet of the bowl and found them to be damage free. This bowl was made in the early 1920s. A striking piece of Mckee glassware.

McKee Innovation Line Green Cut Glass Snappy Large Footed Rose Bowl

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McKee Green Snappy Press Cut 3-Footed Rose Bowl


Mckee Green Snappy 3 Footed Bowl


 Mckee Green Snappy Bowl Looking Inside Mckee Snappy PatternCompany  Maker: McKee

Item:  Snappy Rose Bowl - Part of the Innovation Cut Glass Line

Color: Green Transparent

Circa: 1919 -Early 1920s

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Mckee Snappy Bowl Bottom

Item Description:  This stunning green McKee Snappy 3-Footed Rose Bowl is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The wheel cutting is awesome and is well done. The feet (which are often damaged have been checked and are free of damage.  Rose bowls were made in various sizes.  This Snappy rose bowl is one of the largest.  It is a full 7 1/2" in height.  This is a very heavy bowl that weighs 4 1/2 pounds.


Description / About: McKee Snappy Rose Bowl: 7 1/2" H. - 7 1/2" W.

  Innovation Line - (Crystal , Amber Transparent, Pink Transparent, Green Transparent,  Pink Satin, Green Satin, Amber Satin)  McKee introduced its Innovation Line in 1916.  Innovation was a mixture of Early American Pressed Glass and Brilliant cut glass. Each piece was mold-pressed and then hand wheel cut with a floral pattern or other design. The majority of the Innovation designs were assigned to the McKee Glass Company, but several other companies such as Imperial produced Innovation designs with different cuttings.  At least 24 different pieces were available in the Innovation Line. McKee produced numbers 410, 408, 411, 412,  414, 415, 417, 420, 800, 1024, 1030,1031 and 3407. Named patterns included Knox, Blazer, Buss Star, Lily Pippia, Almot, Bud, Harvard, Ansonia, Snappy and Tiger Lily.  These items were not signed or backstamped.  Each piece came with a paper label. Innovation was listed in McKee's 1923 catalog and was gradually discontinued over the next few years. 

Snappy was patented under the the number 53,942.  The patent for the Snappy design was granted to Maurice A. Smith on October of 1919.  This pattern has two flowers with sprigs of leaves.  


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Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item. Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us.

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER McKee Glass Company
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Snappy, Innovation Line
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Green
CIRCA 1919 -1920s

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