Hoosier Cabinet Zipper Pattern
This is one of the most popular and "showy" patterns of Hoosier cabinet glassware because its "zipper cut" facets catch and reflect the light so magnificently. Originally called Quaker by the Sneath Glass Company of Hartford City, Indiana in their 1917 ad below, it is today more commonly referred to as Zipper.
Since the "Zipper" pattern glassware was sold as an upgrade during lean economic times, it was not as common at the time and even rarer today. And the Transparent Green pattern and Ringed Zipper pieces are rarer still. Zipper pattern pieces can exhibit considerable variation in strength of pattern, shape, color and weight.
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