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Use this instant collection of three vintage Hemingray glass telephone pole Insulators in clear and aqua as art on a bookshelf or as paperweights on your desk; or place tea lights within their centers to light up an late night party. Glass insulators were used on telephone poles during the first half of the last century and now can be appreciated for their architectural qualities. I also love how they look just sitting on a windowsill, where they catch the natural light and glow. The rings of round drip points on the bottom of each remind me of Candlewick glass; use as stamps to apply concentric ink or dye circles to paper or fabric. Tea lights not included.

The two large insulators measure four inches high and 3-3/4 inches at their widest points. The small insulator measures 3-3/4 inches high and 2-3/8 inches wide. In overall good condition, with some minor wear marks.

Ships USPS Parcel Post (due to weight) in the USA. International shipping is also generally available for most vintage items; please contact me for a personalized quote.

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Vintage Glass Insulators, Hemingray, Industrial, Garden Decor, Patio Decor, Clear, Aqua, Set of Three to Repurpose, Light up the Party

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Feedback: 87 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Michigan, United States.
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