1900-1939 Depression era McKee Glasbake Milk Glass Hottles with Black twining and a flanged dome-shaped stopper. The neck of the clear glass stopper is insulated with a cork ring. The bottom is marked, "McKee Hottle Glasbake Pat." It measures approximately 6" tall and 4" wide, and it is in excellent condition. Others Hottles date between 1939-1951. The pupose of a Hottle is to keep a beverage hot or cold. This particular style of Hottle was used during the passenger train era and in the hotel industry. Hot tea or coffee was poured into the Hottle then the Hottle was placed inside the cup to warm it while on the tray. The tray was then delivered to the passenger or the quest. Holds about two cups.
Works great and will enhance your breakfast or brunch. Terrific for the office because it has a stopper to keep it closed. Just add hot water and a tea bag and brew two cups of tea to have at your desk. Great for breakfast in bed or B&B tray.
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The McKee and Brothers Glass Company was established in 1843 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1852 it opened a factory to produce pressed glass. In 1888, the factory relocated to Jeannette, Pennsylvania and began to produce kitchen wares. During the early years the name was spelled M Kee.The firm was reorganized in 1903 and the name changed to McKee Glass Company. The factory continued until 1951 when it was sold and became a division of the Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. Mark: McKee, Hottle, Glasbake, PAT.
Size: 6" x 4" diameter at widest point x 2.5" diameter foot.
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