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I love the roses light that shines through this Jazz Era vanity jar. Colorful and affordable glassware in elegant shapes became popular in America during the Depression, when weary homemakers could find cheer in tableware that was offered as premiums for breakfast cereals, purchased in dime stores and as prizes in movie theaters. They had aspirational pattern names like Princess and Royal Lace, and came in glamorous colors like Cheri-glo and Flamingo.

Perfect for cotton balls!

Depression Glass Vanity Jar

  • Notes

    Glass, 12“ high
    Made in USA

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