Jeannette Glass

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Jeannette glass vase
above: Jeannette
carnival glass vase
Iris & Herringbone



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Jeannette Glass: A short explanation:

Jeannette Glass was established in Jeannette, Pennsylvania in 1900. Originally the company made bottles, but by the 1920s they had turned to tableware and kitchenware.

Jeannette produced some very well-known depression glass patterns, such as their clear "Iris and Herringbone" which was later produced in carnival glass. The vase on the left is an example of Iris and Herringbone in carnival glass. Another well-known Jeannette pattern was their Poinsettia range; and they produced a whole range of kitchenware in jadite, green, blue and other colors.

They used various trademarks including J in a triangle, J in a squre, J in the bowl of a goblet, a curly abstract J, and "Jeannette Home Packer" in script.

Jeannette Glass produced a range of "see-thru" and opaque glass ovenware with the trade name "Glasbake" in a range of designs some of which are similar to Pyrex designs. Decorated glass mugs were another speciality. They produced boxed sets of decorated glasses, punch bowl sets, garden party sets, and party sets shaped like butterflies. They had a range of barware and restaurantware and floristsware. And they also made reproduction kerosene lamps and what they called "Antique Classics" some of which were originally old designs from the Portieux Company in France.

The company closed in 1983.


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