Red Glass Pitcher

By: Ruth

Jun 09 2011

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Category: Photograph

9 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:3.85mm
ISO:1000
Shutter:1/14 sec
Camera:iPhone 4

My mother used to mix ginger ale and grape juice concentrate to make a little punch.  There are  little red glasses to go with this vintage pitcher.  I don’t use it often but I like the red glass.  Pitchers are useful, like bowls.  You can see in the kitchen there is plenty more stuff to post for the blog.

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9 comments on “Red Glass Pitcher”

  1. Makes me think, “Hey, Koolaid!” Keep it if you like to use it, even if it’s only a couple of times a year.

  2. OMG, that’s a highly collected pitcher! Ball pitchers, especially in Ruby Red, are sought after! Is there a mark on the bottom? If not, it’s still very collectible! It may be by Anchor Hocking or Hazel Atlas. Both manufactured similar glassware in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Sell it! There’s one for sale on Etsy for $24!

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/63787702/vintage-ruby-red-tilt-ball-pitcher (copy and paste it)This is the pitcher I found on the internet. There are others as well. If you really don’t want it, let me know! I’ll be more than happy to take it off your hands! I love the color!

  3. just realized you can just click that link without c&p’ing it. But whatever you do, don’t pitch it!

  4. It’s beautiful. A decimate keep. 🙂

  5. It’s beautiful. A definate keep. 🙂

  6. Was this your mom’s? Do you love it, or just like it? If it was your mom’s, or if you *love* it, then keep. If it’s not particularly sentimental, or you just “like” it, consider selling?

  7. Love the pitcher…..keep!! Is that a Leavenworth pewter plate in the background?

    P.S. This is my FIRST “keep”!! 🙂

  8. That pitcher is ruby glass and worth at a minimum of $50.00.


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