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Very rare Vaseline glass octagonal door knobs, dating from the early 1900’s and found in a home in St. Louis, MO. Vaseline glass, also known as Uranium glass, was produced by adding Uranium, usually in its oxide diuranate form to the glass mix before melting for coloration. Each door knob measures 2-3/8 ” in diameter and 2-3/8” deep. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH KNOB.
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Antique Vaseline Glass Octagonal Door Knobs
$275 USD ea. SOLD
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