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Recycled EAPG Pitcher or Creamer, Glass Wind Chime, Stained Glass Windchime, Recycled Depression Glass, Glass Yard Art, Unique Suncatcher

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Remember the days of hot oatmeal for breakfast? Remember the free gift in the box? Well, here is another example! This creamer is in the EAPG pattern that was so commonly referred to as Oatmeal or Star of David. The stained glass windchimes sing in the breeze, and the crystal heart casts rainbows of color -- perfect for outdoors as a garden decoration or hanging in a kitchen window!

More than just a collectible, antique Depression glass offers a look at the past through its rich and interesting history and enduring popularity. Manufactured in the United States from the 1920s until after World War II, Depression glass was often offered as a premium, or as a free gift, for buying another item. Housewives found these glass items in products such as detergent or oatmeal boxes; gas stations often gave a cup or plate for a fill-up; and movie theaters included a piece with movie tickets.

This is the matching pitcher / creamer to the Oatmeal Coasters that were the most common "gift." Take a look at the stained glass transom here:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/124602537/vintage-stained-glass-transom-window?ref=shop_home_active_17

Or see many other depression glass patterns given new life here at HeritageDishes.etsy.com

If the stained glass wind chimes catch your eye, there are several examples here at HandmadeHomeAndGift.etsy.com as well as unique gift ideas. And if a more traditional look is your favorite, ArtfulFolk.etsy.com offers very traditional stained glass panels.
Remember the days of hot oatmeal for breakfast? Remember the free gift in the box? Well, here is another example! This creamer is in the EAPG pattern that was so commonly referred to as Oatmeal or Star of David. The stained glass windchimes sing in the breeze, and the crystal heart casts rainbows of color -- perfect for outdoors as a garden decoration or hanging in a kitchen window!

More than just a collectible, antique Depression glass offers a look at the past through its rich and interesting history and enduring popularity. Manufactured in the United States from the 1920s until after World War II, Depression glass was often offered as a premium, or as a free gift, for buying another item. Housewives found these glass items in products such as detergent or oatmeal boxes; gas stations often gave a cup or plate for a fill-up; and movie theaters included a piece with movie tickets.

This is the matching pitcher / creamer to the Oatmeal Coasters that were the most common "gift." Take a look at the stained glass transom here:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/124602537/vintage-stained-glass-transom-window?ref=shop_home_active_17

Or see many other depression glass patterns given new life here at HeritageDishes.etsy.com

If the stained glass wind chimes catch your eye, there are several examples here at HandmadeHomeAndGift.etsy.com as well as unique gift ideas. And if a more traditional look is your favorite, ArtfulFolk.etsy.com offers very traditional stained glass panels.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(228)
Reviewed by dibdablee
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 16, 2018
perfect packaging and super cute! Off to my daughter in law for a prezzie for no reason - she'll love it!
thank you!
Depression Glass Windchime, Stained Glass Wind Chime, Glass Yard Art, Vintage Garden Decor with Crystal Heart, Antique Glass Suncatcher

Reviewed by EnaidG
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 27, 2017
Beautiful! So easy to work with for customization!
Custom pillow covers for EnaidG

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Should you receive an item that simply doesn't work out as you thought, please return for a refund. However, shipping charges are entirely the responsibility of the buyer. Custom orders are never returnable, and deposits are nonrefundable once work has begun.

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Each piece is carefully packed with lots of love (and peanuts and bubble wrap where necessary). Should a piece arrive damaged or broken it will be repaired, replaced, or refunded upon return, and shipping charges are the responsibility of the buyer. Of course loss is covered with insurance. Purchaser is required to assist with insurance claims as necessary.

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Recycled EAPG Pitcher or Creamer, Glass Wind Chime, Stained Glass Windchime, Recycled Depression Glass, Glass Yard Art, Unique Suncatcher

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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from the 1950s
  • Pattern: EAPG or Oatmeal
  • Style: Recycled glass art
  • Feedback: 228 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people
  • Gift message available

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