USA 1900 to 1983
Jeannette Glass was located in Jeannette, Pennsylvania in 1900. At first the company made bottles, but by the 1920’s they were making tableware and kitchenware.
Well known for its Depression glass patterns such as Iris and Herringbone, Swirl and Craquelle.
Jeannette Glass used different trademarks throughout the 83 years of production. Labels included a J in a triangle, J in a square, J in the bowl of a goblet, a curly abstract J, and some were labeled “Jeannette Home Packer” in script. Some items were not marked.
Jeannette Glass produced a range of exceptional glass ovenware with the trade name “Glasbake”. They also offered decorated glass mugs, boxed sets of decorated glasses, punch bowl sets, bar glass, party sets and restaurant ware. The company closed in 1983.
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