Tufted Pillow – White Milk Glass – Hand Painted Cookie Jar – Vintage 1940s


This beautiful “Con Cora”, Tufted Pillow, Hand Painted, Milk Glass Cookie Jar made by the Consolidated Glass Company is still perfect for holding those cookies that your Grandmother used to bake!

If not used for delicious home baked cookies, then it is perfect for your vanity – fill it with cotton balls.

This vintage 1940s piece measures 8.75″ tall, and 5.25″ wide across the top opening of the jar.

In 1893, The Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company was formed as the result of a merger of two firms; Fostoria Shade & Lamp Company of Ohio and Wallace and McAfee Company of Pittsburgh, PA with facilities originally in Ohio until a 1895 fire moved them to a new site in Coraopolis, PA.

Consolidated Glass changed focus in the 1940’s. They released a new milk glass line called ‘Con Cora’ formulated after their 1919 Cora globe lamps and the word ‘Cora’ extrapolated from the town of their plant in Coraopolis, PA. Consolidated Glass continued its art glass lines through the 1950’s but in limited production.

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