They are a nice size that will be a great addition to any sized Christmas tree. All have original identifiable Premier Glass Works metal caps that are marked: made in U.
(sign of a early 1940's markings of Premier Glass Works). Pikes are in good condition without any damage. One ornament has a bit of darkening under the cap...
They rest are without any darkening. Box shown in photos will be included.
Box is beige paper with Red printing... It is in vintage condition. Showy Vintage WW2 Era Glass by Premier Glass Works, Co. Beautiful box of twelve hand-picked Christmas Ornaments.
World War II Ornaments are becoming quite scarce and hard to find. A must have for collectors of Premier Glass Works Christmas Ornaments.
I have taken 10 photos, so please enlarge them to get a better idea of the condition. Of these ornaments before making your decision. THESE ORNAMENTS WILL BE A GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR VINTAGE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT COLLECTION. In 1939 England was at war with Nazi-controlled Germany and the British Navy set up blockades that effectively stopped.
Any exports from war-torn Europe reaching the USA. Many Americans found their first wartime shortage was to be. Up to this point, most of the Christmas decorations used by Americans came from Germany.
By 1942 American ornaments were being produced without their shiny look. To compensate, some companies inserted.
A sprig of silver colored tinsel inside the ornament to give it the familiar sparkle that the public was used to. The silver tinsel was used up and the ornaments were left without any inside decoration. Around 1943 all metal was.Conserved for the war effort. To cover this shortage, the Corning Glass Company started to produce round clear glass balls that were blown automatically. By machine rather than hand blown by mouth as their European counterparts had been. American made ornaments 24 hours a day and by 1944 they were making 40 million round glass ornaments per year. Who in turn decorated, capped, boxed and resold the finished Christmas ornaments to retail stores nationwide. These beautiful Shiny Brite Glass Christmas Ornaments which were made during the World War II era are almost. These ornaments were UNSILVERED and OUTSIDE PAINTED because metals were being conserved. Most people who get the bug for collecting Vintage Christmas Ornaments start out with the easy tree ornaments and other.
Christmas collectibles often handed down from grandparents and parents. Others find a collection at a tag or yard sale and. You add one or several ornaments each year and slowly the collection begins. The joy is in fact actually being able to display your Vintage Christmas Ornament Collection each year and eventually passing them. Down to your own children and grandchildren.They also make cherished Christmas gifts that can last an entire lifetime when given. By one family member to another. Glass Christmas Tree Ornaments from the 1930's, 1940's and 1950 are by far extremely popular these days with collectors. Fetch prices as low as twenty dollars all the way up to several hundred dollars for some of the rarer pieces. Because these are true relics from the past, all have some signs of wear which may include light scratches, surface wear, spots of. Paint loss and areas of discoloration. This is part of the vintage charm! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are looking for something in particular.
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Thank you for your patronage. There is never a charge for supplies such as paper, ink, tape, bubblewrap, peanuts, boxes, etc.Even if its one penny... There you will find many beautiful and unique Antique and Vintage Christmas Tree Ornaments. There are some rare Shiny Brite, Corning. Premier Glass Works vintage ornaments as well as many other wonderful ornaments. Please use the link below. Australia Africa Asia Middle East Central America and Caribbean Canada. South America Europe Oceania Southeast Asia North America. I have had a very bad experience with an Ebayer from out of the continental United States. The item "12 WWII Era Silver Lanterns Painted Red Rings Premier Glass Xmas Ornaments IOBox" is in sale since Thursday, June 13, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Holiday & Seasonal\Christmas\ Modern (1946-90)\Ornaments\Glass, Crystal". The seller is "olde_time_christmas" and is located in Bronx, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.