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Vintage Swankyswigs-Hazel Atlas-Cornflower-Red

Product Description

Description

Vintage Swankyswigs were the creation of James Kraft of Kraft Foods. The concept was to offer cheese spread in reusable glass jars. The glasses were inexpensive and the colorful patterns appealed to the masses.

Condition 

Each of the available Swankyswigs are in good condition. There are different degrees of fading on each tumbler but none so severe as to downgrade condition. ALL have complete patterns that are vibrant and shiny. The glass is damage free with no roughness to the rims or nicks, chips, and cracks.

Pattern

Cornflower-red

Year

1947

FYI

Vintage Swanky Swigs Cornflower Pattern #2 (1947) was available in 3 colors.

  1. Blue
  2. Red
  3. Yellow

Not to be confused with Cornflower swigs that fall under the Posy Pattern, these are in a category all their own. The difference in prints between the 2 Cornflower is those in the Posy Pattern feature green stems and leaves while thenjoying set featured here displays only flowers.  

More Information 

Want to learn a little bit more about Swankyswigs history? Read our blog post about the background, patterns, and production years of vintage Swankyswigs.

View blue Cornflower #2 vintage swankyswigs 

$ 6.00
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***SHIPPING DELAYS WILL OCCUR DURING BUSY EVENT MONTHS APRIL, MAY, JUNE, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, DECEMBER

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FAQ

  1. When will my order ship? During NON-BUSY months, packages ship first Saturday AFTER payment has cleared. **If your purchase was made Wednesday - Saturday, it will NOT ship until the 2nd Saturday**
  2. Why isn't my order shipped the same day it is placed? The items offered for purchase are part of my personal collection and are stored in a building on my property. I have nearly 1,000 pieces of vintage glassware that are  individually wrapped & stored inside plastic totes. The process of pulling each tote out and looking for specific items is arduous and time consuming, often requiring HOURS of time before finding each piece. SOMETIMES I get lucky and the item is in the 1st tote I search through. However, more often than not, I have to dig through nearly every tote (sometimes twice). 
  3. Should I be concerned about the glassware breaking during shipping?Image-fragile-shipping NOPE! Not. One. Item. Has ever broken during shipping since I started selling online during fall 2015.
"Knock on wood!"

 

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    Creation Story

    As an avid collector and vintage enthusiast, my collection of vintage glassware increased disproportionately to the amount of storage + display space I had available. Faced with the reality of NEVER buying another vintage dish, I took action and like so many before me, I decided to start selling my collection. The decision seemed infallible as it solved two problems:

    1. Lack of storage and display space
    2. The possibility of NEVER purchasing vintage glassware again

    About Us 

    Located in southeastern NC, RetroReclaimations.com collection of 20th century, patterned glass + barware consist of items ranging from mixing bowls and salt n pepper shakers to complete cocktail sets and Swankyswigs. Each item is chosen for superior condition and cleanliness with great consideration for pattern and color popularity.

    Pyrex, Fire-King, Hazel Atlas, Libbey, and Federal are just a few of the well-known glass houses represented in our collection. 

    Our Mission

    Our mission is to reclaim 20th century glass and barware that has decades of use still in it. Our culture is becoming more aware of the impact our choices have on our health and environment. One area that needs more attention is the use of plastics in the home. Personally, I was unaware of the dangers until, out of curiosity, I Googled the benefits of glassware over plastics.

    In no way am I attempting to use scare-tactics to sell glass, instead I am motivated to share awareness. 21st Century conveniences and time saving appliances have enabled women to take off their aprons and leave the kitchen. Perhaps our eagerness to do so has unknowingly endangered those nearest and dearest. That is why it is our mission to reclaim vintage glassware and re-introduce it into modern homes. Join us!

    Our Customers

    RetroReclaimations.com customers share a passion for tradition and nostalgia coupled with a desire to introduce mid-century glassware into the modern kitchen. Our customers prefer quality and beauty over cost and convenience. 

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