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12/05/2021 08:44 PM
PINK DEPRESSION GLASS PITCHER
Comments. Measuring 6 ½” high this pitcher was made by the Jeanette Glass Company between 1947 and the mid-1950s in the pattern known as” Holiday”. Made from a lovely shade of pink glass it has indented as well as raised prismatic designs all around its exterior, a large loop handle and a pour spout. This item is in good shape with very minor use wear, light soiling and has a small chip on the inside top edge. Give it a cleaning and this will make a nice addition to your vintage depression glass collection or a retro way to serve your guests their favorite beverages.
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