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Paden City Blue Green #191 Party Line Green Floral Wheel Cut Depression Glass Sugar Shaker

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Company Maker: The Paden City Glass Company -
Item: Paden City #191 Wheel Cut Sugar Shaker -
Circa: 1920s -1930s -
Color: Blue Green (green but with a blue tint as compared to the apple green that Paden City also produced) -
Measurement: 5 1/8" H. - 3" W. -
Marks: Unmarked -

Condition: This lovely sugar shaker was made by Paden City in the 1930s. It is part of the 191 or Party Line pattern that Paden City produced in the 1930s. It was made into the 50s, but this sugar shaker would have been one of the earlier Depression Glass pieces. The glass parts of this piece are in EXCELLENT CONDITION without chips. HOWEVER, there is a very small area under the lid that looks to be an internal crack This area is cannot be felt. It cannot be seen when the lid is on. It has more than likely been there since its production - STILL WE WANT YOU TO BE AWARE THAT IT IS THERE. We have taken a good close up picture of this area. Please take the time to check it out. The floral wheel cut etching is both beautiful and unusual. The metal lid is in great shape without corrosion or rust. This lovely piece is not often found with the wheel cut flower and would make a great addition to any collection of Depression Era kitchen items.

Paden City Blue Green #191 Party Line Green Floral Wheel Cut Depression Glass Sugar Shaker

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 Paden City Blue Green #191 Party Line Floral Wheel Cut Depression Glass Sugar Shaker

Paden City Party Line Etched Sugar Shaker

Paden City Party Line Etched Sugar Shaker Top

Company Maker: The Paden City Glass Company

Item: Paden City #191 Wheel Cut Sugar Shaker

Circa: 1920s -1930s

Color:  Blue Green (green but with a blue tint as compared to the apple green that Paden City also produced)

Measurement: 5 1/8" H. - 3" W.

Marks: Unmarked

Condition:  This lovely sugar  shaker was made by Paden City in the 1930s. It is part of the 191 or Paden City Party Line Etched Sugar Shaker CrackParty Line pattern that Paden City produced in the 1930s. It was made into the 50s, but this sugar shaker would have been one of the earlier Depression Glass pieces.  The glass parts of this piece are in EXCELLENT CONDITION  without chips. HOWEVER, there is a very small area under the lid that looks to be an internal crack. This area is cannot be felt.  It cannot be seen when the lid is on.  It has more than likely been there since its production - STILL WE WANT YOU TO BE AWARE THAT IT IS THERE.  It does not affect the sugar shaker at all. We have taken several good Another View of Small Area with Flawclose up pictures of this area. Please take the time to check them out. The floral wheel cut etching is both beautiful and unusual.  The metal lid is in great shape without corrosion or rust.  This lovely piece is not often found with the wheel cut flower and would make a great addition to any collection of Depression Era kitchen items.


Party Line #191 / 191 1/2 / 192 (1920s-50s) (Crystal, Amber, Ruby, Green, Aqua, Dark Aqua, Cheriglo (pink), Primrose (yellow), Royal Blue (cobalt)

Party Line was one of the largest and longest produced patterns or blanks made by Paden City. Party Line was originally manufactured as a soda fountain line for soda shops, but a line for home use was also made and it proved to be quite popular. The list of items available in this pattern is enormous. A complete dinnerware service was sold for the home. A line of soda fountain tumblers, banana splits, and sherbets was available to be used both commercially and in the home. An abundance of kitchen items was available that included syrups, mixing bowls, a sugar shaker, ice tubs, a butter box, marmalade, a combination cocktail shaker / reamer, measuring cups with reamer tops, a water bottle and other items. Elegant thin blown pieces were added to the line for home use. Numerous pitchers, tumblers, decanters and even a covered cheese dish were included. Pieces were made to be used in other areas of the home as well. Candies, a vanity set, vases, and a cigarette jar were among these items. Party line can be found in both pink and green with a satinized finish. Many pieces were decorated with gold or silver trims and overlays. Wheel cuttings can also be found. Many of Paden City's etched patterns were applied to the Party Line Blank. Known etches include Black Forest, Cosmos, Gothic Garden, Harvester, Orchid, and Peacock and Rose.


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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Paden City
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM #191 Party Line Depression Glass Sugar Shaker
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING Floral Wheel Cut
COLOR Green
CIRCA 1930s

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