|Posted on May 21, 2020 at 2:10 PM|
Illinois doors are now open to carryout. Please check with our retailers to see what they are doing.
If you know any other retailers struggling outside of our area and who need some vase inventory please tell them to contacrt us.
We do not charge up front and work out details on a split before the item is purchased by a customer. In addtion, we will add them to our website and/or our Facebook page so customers can contacrt them. Contact us via our webpage or facebook page. 24/7.
Manufacting is starting in Illinois, we did work ahead and have 2019 and 2020 vase inventory. We will won't start production again until a vaccine has been approved and is available.
We will be updating the History page and periodically blogging. For the blog we will tell about how much we made of various tiems over the years for your collection interest. Eveything but the big crocks should be considered pretty rare.
Even the cheese jars seem to be rare as it appears they may have been simply thrown away. We made quite a few cheese jars in the 40s during WWII. But, by the 50s they fell in half. Then, in the 60s we made a hudge number of cheese jas. After that they faded rapidly because spreadalbe cheese went out of fashion and more companies moved to plastic containers. One question, did spreadable cheese go out of fashion in the 50s? It just did come back after that.