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Depression Glass offered by The Depression Glass Network, a division of First Class Glass, 
	Wells, Maine
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Caren & Frank Reed,  First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine
First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine
First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine

First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine
Reed's Antiques & Collectibles, Division of First Class Glass and The Depression Network, Wells, Maine

 

Kitchen Glass
McKee Jadite

September 26, 2013

Hi Everyone,

This past year and a half has been a difficult one. My wonderful husband, Frank, died in February after a long illness. Since then I've been dealing with everything that entails. Unfortunately my business, First Class Glass, has suffered from lack of attention and will continue to do so because of everything I still have to do. So I have decided to take a break.

Starting now, and until further notice, I will not be taking any orders for First Class Glass. Come this spring I will do a complete update and be open for business.

Thank you for your continued patronage.

See you in the spring.

Caren Reed

The McKee and Brothers Co began in 1853 in Pittsburgh, PA.  In 1888 the company moved to a town that was ultimately named Jeannette (PA) for the wife of McKee's founder.  In 1903 the company was renamed McKee Glass Co. and that stayed until 1951 when they became a division of the Thatcher Glass Co.  McKee introduced color to its lines in the early 20's.  Their colors were yellow, blue, custard, amethyst, black, white, amber, canary, green, pink, ruby, orchid, jadite and various shades of each.  A number of their white pieces were decorated; and such decoration included "dots" and "ships".

        

 McKEE JADITE

(PLEASE NOTE:  PRICES ARE EACH)

  • batter bowl w/ spout $36 (first row left)
  • pepper shaker, Roman Arch $67.50 (first row right)
  • salt shaker $54 (bottom photo)

McKee Black, McKee Custard, McKee Seville Yellow,
McKee White Milk Glass, McKee Ships

First Class Glass

Caren & Frank Reed
P.O. Box 416
Wells, ME 04090-0416
207/985-9294  Daily 9AM to 10PM EST

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Latest update September 12, 2012
 

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