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Vintage can be fun, I didn't even know about hottles until I came across them at a farmhouse auction. They were used for tea during the depression area and the bottom are shaped so you can place them in a cup. For modern day use they would look great as bar decanters or flower vases. These are old, and there is a little chip on the lid. Also, it looks like the glass had some unsecured bubbles which popped (both are in the last pictures). The band on the red on has a bit of discolaration and a small crack/tear, but considering the age of these items they've survived really well. Fun set, and both a marked on the bottom with McKee Hottle Glasbake.

They are 6 1/2" tall and approx. 4 1/4" wide.

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Pair of Red and Yellow Glass Hottles for Tea

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: glass cork plastic
  • Feedback: 326 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Iowa, United States.
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