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Vintagecurls14's loves31 of 48Los Angele's Creamery Co. Can, with chain, top, and handleJaclyn USA from 40s or erlier
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    Posted 9 years ago

    Discobunny7
    (3 items)

    My Grandmother had this piece of Milk Glass. It has a silver sticker on it. I believe it says "Smith". It is 9" tall and 4" wide. It is paneled with a fruit pattern. I have never seen another one like it. Can anyone tell me what it is? Thanks, Denise M.

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      agree; it's Smith 'Heritage'. here's a link with a bit of info:
      http://www.chataboutdg.com/gallery/img13432.search.htm
    2. Discobunny7, 9 years ago
      Thank you so much!
    3. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago
      Just a bit of background on this: mould came from McKee and was originally part of that company's Innovation line of pressed glas with cut enhancements from the teens. No doubt Smith acquired some moulds when McKee went out of business. I've seen other pieces of McKee's Innovation lines in milk glass, and those were probably done by Smith as well. Originally, McKee only made this line in clear. Beginning in the 1920s, they pressed some items in colors of the day. I've seen pink and green transparent.

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