Jeannette Jadite Kitchen 4 Piece Spice Canister Set
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All Items: Vintage Arts: Decorative Art: Glass: American: Depression Glass: Pre 1940: item # 1137925
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Jeannette Jadite Kitchen 4 Piece Spice Canister / Jar Set
Company Maker: The Jeannette Glass Company
Item: 4 Piece Kitchen Spice Canister / Jar Set (GINGER, ALLSPICE, PEPPER, NUTMEG)
US POSTAGE AND INSURANCE ON THIS PRETTY SPICE SET IS ONLY $10.00!
Condition : This beautiful, hard to find spice set in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The color is the nice even jadite color. The lettering is original and is in super nice shape (please see a close up of the picture provided). Although this style jar has been reproduced, it is a slightly different color. The mold has been changed (it has a more rounded look). The lettering is totally different. This pretty set is definitely old and original. Please check out the photo of an original 1930s Jeannette Ad showing this style Spice Jar / Canister.
Description / About: 4 Piece Spice Set - Spice Jar: 3 1/8" H. - 2 1/4" W. Note: We have provided you with a picture of an original ad showing this spice jar. The ad is in our personal collection and is for informational use only. It is not for sale in this listing.
Jadite by The Jeannette Glass Company - (1930s) This is one of the prettiest shades of Jadite (sometimes spelled Jade-ite by other companies) that was produced during the Great Depression. There were more pieces made in Jeannette's Jadite than there were in their Delphite color. This lovely color came complete with Canisters in a large square shape, small square shape, and in the round ribbed shape. Mixing bowls can be found in at least 3 styles. A salt box, spice jars, spice shakers, leftover dishes, mixers, reamers, custard cups, a measuring cup, and a kitchen pitcher were also made. The only item that wasn't made in Jadite that was produced in Delphite is the match holder. This piece was made in Jadite, but was sold only as a custard cup--without the lettering. Many who collect the Jadite Jeannette combine it with Mckee's Jadite kitchenware pieces. Enough pieces may be found to completely do your kitchen in Vintage Jadite.