And which book do you recommend to look it up? The Florences do not discuss other types of Glasbake ovenware pieces. My dad worked for Jeannette Glass from the late 1940's until the early 1960's in sales. I found these two bowls seperately at thrift stores, and boy-oh-boy do I wish I had the pink Mixmaster to go with them! Please email me if you have any questions. There is one chip on the lip, which is the reason for the low price. Large sizes makes it seem almost bottomless.
If you are looking for early Glasbake or Glasbak items, such as coffee pots, teapots, glass skillets, etc. The sturdy cups are sold in packages of 24 and coordinate perfectly with other tableware selections from the complete line of White party supplies. Some may be answered directly by email, others posted on the site. Do you think this piece would be considered rather unusual? The paper cups hold 9 oz. More and more, returning to the use of glass in today's kitchen is becoming popular on environmentally conscious homeowners. This item can best be described as a large tankard type pitcher.
Can anyone explain this to me? A Total of 6 Cups in all. Mauzy, SchifferBooks Flamex Information: Photos Courtesy of : C. Then I inherited some pieces from my grandmother. Please feel free to contact me with and questions. And finally, my favorite Glasbake items. It has glasbake on the bottom with the number 235 above glasbake, and 225 below. Please refer to our shop policies before making your purchase.
See more ideas about Cream, Cups and Custard. They went out of business in about 1908. Cup is in great condition with one tiny little chip on the lip, otherwise the glaze is good and has no cracks. No wimpy, compact maker here. McKee also made industrial glassware, as I have received information from Mark Ounan indicating they produced automotive glass headlight lenses in the c.
I wouldn't want to even guess without seeing a picture of them, and even then, it would just be a guess. This was produced for telegraph lines during or immediately after the Civil War period, probably from 1865 and possibly into the very early 1870s. Remove underscore within first part of address. These are typical factory flaws on pieces of this era and do not detract. But it was also absolutely filthy.
Please see pictures for more details. Frederick and James McKee two of five sons of Thomas, co-owner of S. These were used in Hotels and restaurants back in the 40s. Thank you for your patience and understanding! They are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and a few tiny glaze pops and one glaze skip shown in the last photo. There is a small chip off the bottom edge of one. The shapes of which make for a rather awkward group photo. Overall this cup is in very good condition, and would be a beautiful addition to any collection.
Cameo Glasbak was advertised to serve oven-to-table in glass that looked as lovely as china. Apparently McKee had a field day with dropping letters off the end of their product names, lol! But having said that, I believe all Glasbake items are in fact oven safe. The Florences suggest testing earlier mugs by putting them in the microwave for ten seconds and seeing if the mugs gets hot. They could also be used to hold small supplies in a home office or craft studio. Thanks for the Blog, I had a heck of a time finding anything on Glasbake simply because i was mis-spelling the name. Under this name large quantities of high quality glassware was produced, including pressed pattern glass, jadite opaque green , white milk glass, blackglass and other opaque ware. The various firms they were involved in, and the history and timelines are highly confusing and incomplete.
Are you holding onto your hats? Another reason I think Glasbake is lagging behind it's milk glass brethren is because the name was used by different companies during different time periods, which makes for a confusing history and items that are hard to search for. This extra large Percolator brews a whopping 28-cups. Individual puddings or even Jellos! I just don't have any of them, and rarely see them. Markings Glasbake made by Jeanette after 1961 usually have a J prefix followed by a number on the bottom of each piece. So filthy I couldn't even tell if it was damaged, so that's likely the reason it was so cheap. To read more articles by C.