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Antique Yutec Clear Glass Cruet & Stopper

Antique Yutec Clear Glass Cruet & Stopper

Regular price $55.00 USD
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Step back in time with this exceptional antique Yutec clear glass cruet, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and a rich history. Produced circa 1909, this stunning piece has been cherished and preserved in the china cabinet of my paternal grandmother, Grandma Violet, who was born in 1902 and passed away in March 1977. Crafted from clear early American pattern glass, this cruet is a true testament to the beauty and elegance of the past. With its original stopper, this piece remains intact without any cracks or chips, displaying its remarkable durability. Measuring approximately 7 3/8 inches in height (including the stopper) and 3 3/4 inches in width at its widest point, this cruet carries a significant weight of just over 1 lb, further emphasizing its quality and craftsmanship. The “tec” patterns, which originated in 1904 with the McKee-Jeannette Glass Company, received a patent for the PRESCUT technique. The Yutec pattern, produced between 1908 and 1912, features mesmerizing hob stars, floral sunbursts, stars, and diamonds surrounding a central button. Notably, this piece is an authentic antique and not a reproduction. Elevate your home decor with this truly remarkable antique Yutec clear glass cruet. Own a piece of history and appreciate the artistry of the past with this captivating heirloom. Don't miss the opportunity to add this exceptional piece to your collection. Embrace the beauty, nostalgia, and significance of this antique Yutec cruet today.
  • Exquisite antique Yutec clear glass cruet
  • Produced circa 1909 with original stopper
  • Clear glass without any cracks or chips
  • Displays intricate Yutec pattern from 1908-1912
  • A captivating piece of history

The “tec” patterns were launched in 1904 when the McKee-Jeannette Glass Company (then owned by the National Glass Company) received a patent for the PRESCUT technique.
Yutec (1908-1912): Hobstars, floral sunburst, stars, and diamonds around a central button.*
*Kemple and Wheaton reproduced this pattern.
This piece IS NOT a reproduction.

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