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Pamper Your Vanity With a Vintage Powder Jar
Collecting Vintage and Antique Vanity Powder Jars
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One of the most appealing aspects about searching for vintage powder jars comes with the numerous shapes and styles available to collectors, especially the figurals. Animals were a popular motif during the Depression era so you can find everything from elephants to owls perched upon colorful lids made during this period. In fact, you may remember your mom or grandmother owning a round powder jar with a molded fawn, poodle, donkey, elephant or Scotty dog perched on the top. Jeanette Glass Company made these popular jars from the s through the '50s. These are most often seen in clear, pink and marigold an iridescent orange color glass.