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Beautifully hand painted decorated large thermos with two cups, one with handle, one without. Carrying handle firmly attached. The decoration is typical Bacova Guild product with the hand painting on the fiberglass cover. This was made between 1957 and 1966. Measures 13.5 inches tall (excluding handle) and 12.5 inches in circumference. Glass insulated interior intact and functional, no leaks and maintains heat.

Before Bacova was a company it was a place. In fact, that place, Bacova, Virginia, exists today. A tiny village nestled in the Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia; the Tidewater Oil Company founded Bacova early in the 1920s, as a company owned logging town.

Bacova, an acronym for BAth COunty VirginiA was home to the largest lumberyard on the East Coast during the 20s, but the company went bankrupt during the Great Depression. In 1957 a New Jersey industrialist, Malcolm Hirsh, bought the entire town. In 1965 Mr. Hirsh founded The Bacova Guild to provide an economic life for the villagers occupying the town's 42 homes.
Bacova's first products focused on nature art laminated into fiberglass items including the famous classic Bacova fiberglass covered mailboxes.

Bacova was sold in 1981 to Pat Haynes and Ben Johns, two former Tennis pros looking for a way to live and work in the beautiful Allegheny Highlands they had come to love, Bacova grew from a tiny company to a successful gift company.

RESERVED FOR JULIE Thermos, Large, Vintage Made By Bacova Guild with Hand Painted Quail Signed G.G.


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: fiberglass, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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