Looking for authentic kitchen storage like your grandparents used?
Our set of matching depression-era Sellers clambroth glass canister jars and shaker were made for Hoosier style kitchen cabinets. Sets like this were often included with Hoosier cabinets when new. The two larger canister jars were probably used for sugar and coffee or as grease jars. The small shaker was used for salt, pepper or spices. Hoosierware was popular in the 1920's-1930's.
The containers have horizontal flutes, or ripples, and all are marked “Sellers” on the bottom.
Clambroth ripple glass, popular since the Victorian era, is a grayish-white color and is somewhat opaque, like clam broth.
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- THREE piece storage canister set with lids including one shaker (as shown)
All glass is in excellent condition with minor surface wear but no chips or cracks noted. The smaller canister and salt shaker have a screw-on aluminum lid. The larger canister has a lid that does not screw. It is a metallic bronze color showing loss of surface paint and sticky residue in one area.
- Material: glass, metal, aluminum
- Color: translucent white, silver, brass gold
- Large jar - 7" tall and 7" diameter
- Medium jar - nearly 7" tall and 5" diameter
- Shaker - 4.75" tall and 2.25" diameter