It doesn't matter if you searched for just the right cabinet for 15 years, and then spent another 5 years cleaning it up, finding parts and getting it just right, or if grandma left you her old cabinet that still looked the same as it did when it left the factory, admit it, you're proud of your "Hoosier".So now I'm going to give you the chance to show it off to the world!
There are many distinguishing features in this Hoosier Cabinet.
The canisters were primarily manufactured by the Sneath Glass Co. There were five major styles of canisters made by Sneath for Hoosier cabinets, Colonial, Mission, Zipper (originally called Quaker), Triple Skip and Napanee.
With most canister styles there are early (generally pre 1920 and with a more squared off shape) and later versions.
An Original set of Hoosier Glassware would have consisted of Coffee and Tea canisters, a Salt Box, and from four to eight spice jars.
Some manufacturers also included a Cookie/Cracker jar and sometimes a hanging Sugar Jar.
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