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All Items : Women's Vanity : Pre 1940 item #1244453
Geri and Dan Tucker
$15.00 as - is
This white milk glass candy, or powder jar lid was made during the depression era by a company unknown to us. The base has drum decorations on it suggesting the Civil War, but we only have the lid. There is a small sliver off of the right hand side of the barrel.
All Items : Women's Vanity : Pre 1950 item #1151279
Geri and Dan Tucker
This amber 2 piece covered powder jar was made by The Paden City Glass Co. in the 1940's. It was used for a powder jar, or a "rings and things" storage jar. The top lifts off for access to the storage area. Women used these on their dressers to remind them of the boys overseas.
All Items : Women's Vanity : Pre 1940 item #1094830
Geri and Dan Tucker
This delphite blue, or chalaine blue powder jar is hand painted with a floral decoration and is in excellent condition. It has a triangular shaped knob on it and still has the powder puff inside. We are unsure of the maker but estimate it to be from the late 1920’s, or early 1930’s, and was probably made by either McKee Glass, or Jeannette Glass Co. It is a true powder jar and has a round compartment in it and no other compartments offset inside like some other ones we have seen.
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