This is an old glass syrup pitcher made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Co. of Wheeling West Virginia. It is made of the classic green glass that is synonymous with the classification of Depression glassware. It has a simple design with wide panels separated by narrow, raised panels and a small handle at the back. The bottom is marked with the Hazel Atlas HA logo. The tin lid has a thumb tab at the hinge for easy pouring. The lid slides off toward the back to remove it for filling and cleaning. The band is stamped with patents and a date of 1916 but I believe the pitcher as a whole was produced in the 1930’s. Besides using it for maple syrup it would also make a nice salad dressing server.
It measures about 6” tall excluding the thumb lever and about 3 3/8” in diameter at the most bulbous part of the pitcher. It is in very nice condition with minimal wear and no damage to the glass. There is some light discoloration on the lid.
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