These six blown glass Christmas ornaments were made in the late 1930s to very early 1940s, probably by Premier Glass Works. Blown ornaments were produced for only a very short time in this country - once Corning modified their light bulb machines to mass produce machine made ornaments, the labor intensive blown method stopped.
The ornaments are variations of the teardrop shape. They're large, 4 to 4-3/4 inches high. One is green, the others are shades magenta and faded red. Two have hand painted comma stroke flower decoration on both sides. The red ornaments have some crazing (crackling of the paint) and mild finish wear. There are no chips or breaks. The metal caps are marked Made in U.S. of A. - the word "of" helps date them to the pre-war years.
American Made 1930s Blown Glass Christmas Ornaments