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Vaseline Glasses Chartreuse and Peach Pair

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Vaseline glass, also known as uranium glass, was manufactured circa the 1830s through the Great Depression. Uranium salts were used to produce glass with a translucent yellow-green color resembling petroleum jelly.

The pair listed here are the size of large shot glasses.
2" high and 2" in diameter.
I believe these are from the Depression Era.
The sides are etched and incised with a delicate vine and leaf motif.
The glass luncheon dish is a photo prop.

It is difficult to photograph glass, the green glass is more yellow green than that which shows in my photos.

Vaseline Glasses Chartreuse and Peach Pair

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: glass, uranium
  • Feedback: 49 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Florida, United States
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