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 Midwest Emporium

Midwest Emporium

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 We Sell Electric, Kerosene & Oil Lighting Replacements Parts Shades Globes Fixtures & Supplies. Items are New Used Mid Century Modern 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s Retro Mod Vintage Antique. Also Glass Collectables Promotional Advertising Artwork Glassware Plates China Dinnerware Cookware Toys and Misc.
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Hen on Nest Maker and Mould History
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Salt Cellar Information

We do our very best to represent our Salts accurately. If they are New, we say so.

Each listing describes them to the best of our knowledge.

What is a Salt Dip for? Put them at each individual table setting, so each person will have their own salt. Or just collect these little treasures!

Caprice: Circa 1920s long production made by Cambridge Glass. Re-produced in 1970s by Imperial Glass. Now being re-produced again.

Eyewinker: A salt was never produced in this pattern prior the 1970s. Made by LG Wright. Now being re-produced.

English Hobnail: Also called Saw tooth - Circa 1900-1910 made by Westmoreland Glass with long production. Now being re-produced.

Hexagon: Circa 1910 made by Cambridge Glass with a long run. Now being re-produced.

Jersey Swirl: Circa 1970s made by LG Wright Glass. Now being re-produced.

Lotus: Westmoreland Glass originally made this pattern in the 1900s. The mould was then sold to Summit Art Glass in the 1980s. Summit sold the mould, and it is now being re-produced again.

Moon and Stars: Circa 1970s made by LG Wright Glass. Now being re-produced.

Oval: 10 sided. Original maker unknown. Now being re-produced.

Pineapple and Fan: Duncan Pattern, if made by Guernsey Glass in the 1970s, probably signed with owner Bennett‘s B.

Rose Lattice: This was an Original Imperial Glass Mould, in the zipper pattern. In the early 80's Summit Art Glass purchased this mould and had a Rose Pattern Cut into the mould in the 90's.

Square: Westmoreland Glass originally made this pattern in the 1900s. The mould was then sold to Summit Art Glass in the 1980s. Summit sold the mould, and it is now being re-produced again.

Stipple and Star: Circa 1970s made by LG Wright Glass. Now being re-produced.

Thumbprint: Circa 1916-1920 made by Paden City Glass. Now being re-produced.

Tri-corner Triangle: Originals Circa 1895. Maker unknown.

V or Pickett Fence: An Original Westmoreland Glass Mould. Summit Art Glass purchased this mould in early 8os. It is now being re-produced.

Zipper: Circa 1970s made by Imperial Glass. Now being re-produced.