Posted 6 years ago
This CD 153 insulator was made by Gayner glass company in the early 1920's and were a short lived insulator as makers transitioned from the CD 152 Hemingray No 40 to the CD 154 Hemingray 42. Most commonly found in light aqua or green aqua, but once in awhile they can be found in a light milky aqua. This specific insulator was pulled out of the mud on the Hocking Valley line in 2007 by myself and I was totally unaware that it was a milky until I got it home and cleaned it.
Most of the easy glass has been found but there's still millions of incredible insulators still out there, just under the ground waiting to be found.