This hard-to-find Tea canister was manufactured during the Depression years by the Anchor Hocking Glass Company. It's referenced in "Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years" by Florence.
This is the 20 oz. canister in Vitrock or opaque white glass with a black screw-on lid and paper foil label, all original to the jar.
The sides are ribbed and the edges and shoulders are rounded. It measures 6-1/4" tall and 3" wide.
There is no damage to the jar. The original label is very nice! The lid has a little paint wear and some scratches, but no dents. The jar still retains a nice glossy finish.
Packed with care to assure a safe arrival.