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Vintage Ivory Glass Hoosier Drawer Pulls Depression by TECGO ---set of 2

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Seller: 928kiska (452) 100%, Location: Golden Valley, Arizona, Ships to: US, Item: 252618907765 Technical Glass Co. Inc. (Telco) Depression Era Glass Handles Also Knowns as Hoosier Handles for Hoosier Cabinets These were acquired from a store being torn down This action is for two (2) Pulls Some of the Pulls have a little bit of rust on the chrome plated screw. Pulls are 3" on center 1/2" hole required w/ at least 3/4" to 7/8" thickness required These have never been used, boxes they were in were destroyed Excerpt from: [Trade Journal]American Glass ReviewPittsburgh, PA, United States, Saturday, August 14, 1926 vol. 45, no. 46, p. 15-16, col. 1-2: First take the Technical Glass company as an example, for when it comes to downing obstacles this company is a veritable prize winner. Its main product is glass door knobs and drawer pulls and today it turns out this product at the rate of approximately 250,000 dozen a month, manufacturing its own bases as well as the glass, and having its own stamping and plating department. M. H. Rosenthal is president and general manager of the plant, Morris Schutz is treasurer, and William A. Anderson, secretary and plant manager. The Technical Class company was founded in 1919 and operated at first on a comparatively small scale as is the case with virtually all the successful manufacturers in these parts. By November, 1925, its business had grown to such an extent that its products were being shipped all over the United States and exported to Europe, South America, Japan, Australia mid China. It was hard work building up such a business, but it was accomplished. Then on the morning of November 16, 1925, a fire came along and wiped out the plant. Such a state of affairs is enough to bring .dismay to most anyone, but the officers of the Technical Glass Company refused to let the matter worry them long. They quickly built a-roof over one of the furnaces and then proceeded to erect some temporary buildings, and two weeks after the fire they made their first shipment of goods manufactured amid the ruins of the former plant. Condition: a couple rust spots on chrome plated screw, Color: Ivory, Maker: Technical Glass Co, inc. (Tegco), Material: Glass

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