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A 'Jane Ray' Creamer - Jadeite Green - Fire-King - Creamer - Add-on Fire-King Jadeite Accessory - Creamer Only

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This is a great, green jadeite milkglass piece in excellent condition. It is the Jane Ray pattern and the creamer measures 3" tall to the top of the spout. This creamer is not marked with 'Fire-King' on the bottom, but not all jadeite pieces were; it is clearly the Jane Ray pattern.

"Jadite was first coined by the Jeannette Glass company and refers to a color of glass, not a company or pattern. Green glass was melted down with other glass and poured into molds, making each piece somewhat individual as to the colorations. When more green glass was added, the item produced was darker but most were a soft milky green. Jeannette and McKee both produced desirable collectibles. Today, jadite green is a popular term for the soft green color when describing other kitchenware such as Tupperware. It is easy to visualize, like candy apple red."

All information I have read suggests these pieces should not be put in a dishwasher because they will lose their shine.

I'm happy to ship outside the United States; please convo for a mailing cost.

Thanks for thinking green!


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A 'Jane Ray' Creamer - Jadeite Green - Fire-King - Creamer - Add-on Fire-King Jadeite Accessory - Creamer Only

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