Antique Depression Glass Cookie Jar
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $75 USD
- $160 USD to 2234
- Number of Bids
- 24 - Bid History
Depression Glass was manufactured in the late-20's through the early '40s. This mass-produced molded glassware was of relatively poor quality, often exhibiting air bubbles, heavy mold marks and other flaws in the glass, yet it came in beautiful colors and patterns to suit every taste and it was affordable at a time when many families did not have extra income for dishware. Amazingly enough, it has become one of the most collectible items in antique and vintage glassware. This particular pattern, Royal Lace, was manufactured by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in Clarksburg, West Virginia and Zanesville, Ohio, between 1934 and 1941. It measures 8" tall and 18" in circumference.
Proceeds benefit Kona Historical Society, a 501c3 nonprofit. Winning bidder is responsible for shipping and Hawai`i State tax (4.166%). We try our best to ship items as economically as possible. Most are shipped flat rate but larger or unusually shaped items may need to be shipped priority. Winning bidder is also responsible for postal insurance if the item’s value is over $500. As with all auctions, item is sold “as is” with no refunds available.
In Memory of Clara Misae Tokunaga
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