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    Posted 8 years ago

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    6 inch high, 4 square sides with one being a handle. Green Depression Glass Pitcher. I have never seen anything like it before. Despite a few flea bites its still among the most unusual pieces of Depression glass I have ever seen. I cant find anything like it any where. Do you know?

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    1. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 8 years ago
      It's very unusual and great.
    2. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 8 years ago
      Ooh this is great parrot! Very unusual. Is it uranium glass?
    3. parrotandpitbull parrotandpitbull, 8 years ago
      Good question vintage fran. I have thought it might be uranium glass but other than a black light how can one tell? As, I have no black light. Thanks ,P&P
    4. parrotandpitbull parrotandpitbull, 8 years ago
      In the eb.. forum on glass and pottery, someone suggested this piece... a: Had a lid at one time and b: Is a batter pitcher. Only because of vague similarities to a picture of such a pitcher. in a book on kitchen D. glass. Well, there is no real place for a lid unless it was a cap with edges...too bulky and heavy ( unless metal) in my opinion. And why batter? Any one, have any idea of who and why or what? Thanks P&P
    5. fortapache fortapache, 8 years ago
      Excellent piece and I have no clue either.
    6. TallCakes TallCakes, 8 years ago
      no idea either but does have a nice form. As to the batter jug suggestion: it does seem to be consistent with other batter jugs. There's the flat top. The flared top edge/rim would allow placement or insertion of a lid, not that all batter jugs had lids. IF there was a lid, it would most likely was glass. To me the batter jug idea doesn't fit well with the square shape as it wouldn't be too easy to mix batter in that shape; but then form does not always follow function.
    7. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 8 years ago
      It reminds me of my Vitamix pitcher.

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