I have a set of 4 stemware glasses with flowers, I know they are molded, they are 4 1/4 " High. I believe they are at least 40 years old and maybe at one time came with shrimp cocktail in them. I do have pics, any info would be greatly appreciated
searched google, and looked on ebay
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Do these look like this?
pretty close, the flowers on the top are just slightly different, can i take a closer pic for you
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This is a Iris and Herringbone by Jeanette Glass Company, circa: 1930-1940, it has an estimated value on the secondary retail market for an of average of $20.00-25.00 each, depending on the condition and where it is for sale at.
The Jeannette Bottle Works Company was established in 1887, in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. In 1898 the Jeannette Bottle Works company was succeeded by the Jeannette Glass Company and got its start producing hand made bottles. With the advent of the O'Neill semi-automatic bottle blowing machine in 1899, Jeannette soon found itself producing , wide mouth jars, relishes and other useful pressed glass items like automobile headlamp lenses. By 1904 the company was involved in producing items for medical and home use. Jeannette continued to grow and expand and by1924 they began producing the lovely tableware we call Depression Glass today. This innovative company was one of the forerunners in producing the machine made, colored pressed glassware, we call Depression Glass today. Many of the Depression Glass patterns that we know and love today were produced by the Jeannette Glass Company. Some of the more popular patterns produced were Adam, Anniversary, Cherry Blossom, Doric, Doric and Pansy, Floral Poinsettia, Floragold, and Iris. Jeannette established its hold on the kitchen item market early in the Depression Era, designing and producing many kitchen items in pink, green, crystal, and ultramarine. They were one of the major producers of Jadite and Delphite Glassware. Many of the most desirable Depression Glass kitchen items were made by The Jeannette Glass Company. In 1961 Jeannette bought the old McKee plant which was located in Jeannette and continued to produce glassware for both wholesale and retail businesses, until 1983 when they closed their doors.
These will typically sell higher in an Antique Shop or Private sale compared to an auction. If you are thinking of selling, you might want to check your local Antique Shops in the area to see what yours or one like it would sell for or has sold for. As antiques and collectibles are subject in selling price to different areas across the country..( Larger Metropolitan Areas bring higher prices then Smaller Cities. ).
So be sure to check your local area. This will give you an idea of what it goes for in your area, then you can decide to sell locally or at one of the online markets.
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