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Jeannette Glass Co

Cake Stand, Jeannette Glass, Harp, Pedestal Stand Scalloped, Vintage

Cake Stand, Jeannette Glass, Harp, Pedestal Stand Scalloped, Vintage

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  • Pattern:  Cake Stand, Harp (Scalloped Gold Trim)
  • Made in USA by Jeannette Glass
  • Vintage: 1954 – 1957
  • Details:  This is such a beautiful and subdued pattern, it is called "Harp" because it has pretty harp-like pressed glass designs along with the swirls and stippling.  We darkened the pictures a bit to show all the detail.  This cake stand has the scalloped edge rimmed in gold.   The pattern continues on the base which is also rimmed in gold.  So beautiful on your holiday table, snacks for your book club meeting, musical recital after-party, and simple enough for your everyday table too. 
  • Material:  Glass
  • Dimension:  10.0 inches in Diameter and 4.75 inches Tall
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition. There are no chips, cracks, or scratches.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

Harp was issued as a small luncheon/snack serving set. There were many pieces alongside this cake stand: cups and saucers, coasters, ashtrays, a flower vase and a 7" plate. Harp is another 1950's pattern that can be found in clear without the gold trim, also in shell pink, milk glass and blue glass.

Jeannette Bottle Works began operation in the late 1880's in Jeannette, Pennsylvania but by 1898 the company changed it's name to Jeannette Glass Company.  In the mid 1920's the facility started making pressed glass which is how they ended up producing Depression glass kitchen and dinnerware for which they are most known today.  Patterns like: Adam and Iris & Herringbone, Hex Optic, Cube (aka Cubist), Floral, Sierra, Doric, Sunflower, Windsor, Doric & Pansy, Swirl, Homespun, Sunburst, Holiday (Buttons and Bows) among others.  Although Jeanette is well known for Depression Glass, they also had some very successful patterns made after the 1940's into the 1970's. Jeannette Glass made collectible patterns including Floragold (Louisa), Harp, Dewdrop, Holiday, and Anniversary in the 1940's to 1970's.  Many pieces of Jeannette glass were not marked but if you know their patterns, you can easily identify them.  In 1961 they purchased the McKee Glass Division of Thatcher Glass Manufacturing.  In 1970, the company's name changed to Jeannette Corporation. They ceased production and closed the factory in 1983.

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