- Pattern: Line#3435 (Discontinued)
- Vintage: 1971
- Details: This is a beautiful Amberina (red/orange/yellow) Footed Bowl from Jeannette Glass Company. This item first appeared in Jeannette’s 1971 catalog. It’s in their pattern line #3435 as seen in their 1971 catalog. It features a pressed glass pattern with a Flashed Amberina finish with swirls, florals and sprigs all bordered in gorgeous large grape leaves and lots of stippling in between. It is darker red at the bottom, fading to a lighter amber shade towards the top. It is footed, has four swirly feet that add to its charm. These are not only highly collectible Amberina glass pieces, but will brighten any area of the home you choose to display it in. There are minor condition issues, please see “Condition” below. This is a very heavy piece, will need lots of packaging material, our price already included the ever increasing shipping fees.
- Materials: Glass
- Dimensions: 5.25 inches Tall, 9.75 inches Long and 6.25 inches Wide (at its widest point).
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Very Good Condition. There are no scratches, chips, or cracks, however, the flashing is starting to wear off in a very small area, all photographed for you. Keeping in mind we have zoomed in very close for you to see, but when looking at the piece as a whole, this is minor and barely noticeable, (some of the white marks are glare from the lights). Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. All sales final. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
- Shipping is included, (continental US only), unless otherwise noted. This item ships Priority Mail and Insured for your protection. AK, HI and International shoppers will see additional shipping based on your location.
Amberina was originally developed by New England Glass Company in 1883. It is a type of glass with gradient color that starts out red at the top and slowly turn to amber at the bottom. Sometimes the colors are reversed, featuring the red at the bottom and amber on top. Variations in hue range from lighter shades that look almost pastel pink and yellow to rich, deep tones of ruby red and amber. A large number of different companies issued pieces in Amberina glass beginning in the late 1800’s and continuing into the early 20th century.
Jeannette Bottle Works began producing bottles in the late 1887 in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. In 1889 they expanded production and changed their name to Jeannette Glass Company. They are best known for their Depression Glass, they were one of the seven major companies producing Depression Glass and issued 14 different patterns from 1928 through 1938. During the 1950’s Jeannette introduced Cameo Glassware which was their version of Milk Glass. In 1961 Jeannette bought the old McKee plant and continued to produce glassware for both wholesale and retail businesses. In 1970, the company’s name changed to Jeannette Corporation. They ceased production and closed the factory in 1983.