Vintage Driftwood Casual Crinkle Wrinkle Glass Brown Pitcher
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Lovely Driftwood Casual Cinnamon Brown Pitcher by Seneca Glass. Seneca Glass Company operated from 1891 to 1983, the factory they operated out of was originally built by Fostoria Glass, they later moved to a new factory along the Monogahela River. This new factory was close to the Morgantown Glass Works and Beaumont Glass. This led to the three companies borrowing designs from one another and at times making or decorating glass for each other. The full name Driftwood Casual is often shortened to Driftwood. Seneca's original Driftwood line #1952 had a somewhat different design, but it's still recognizable as Driftwood. This line of glass is often called Crinkle or Wrinkle Glass. The major distinguishing feature is that original Driftwood had perfectly round bases. This line was made in many different colors, this pitcher is officially named Cinnamon but is often referred to as Brown, this color was produced from the 1960's to 1983. It is 8" tall and holds 32 ounces, in excellent condition. Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern. Shipping is less for combined purchases then the above quoted individual cost per item combined and will be adjusted after your order is placed.
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- Driftwood Casual Cinnamon Brown
- Driftwood Casual by Seneca Glass Company
- 1960's to 1983
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- Height: 8 inches
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