"Hoosier Cabinet Company did have Hoosier glassware, most of which was made by Sneath for the Hoosier Company. Check out this link. They can probably offer some insight into your 2 qt measure. Their site says that a lot of the…"
"I believe your mixing bowl is from 1913-1918 in 1910 the logo "Hoosier
graphics were different and the phrase step savings was not used
I think the step savings and the foot ball logo came out in 1913 and was used for a few years in 1918 the…"
Has anyone seen a Hoosier Measuring pitcher like this? It is fairly large bring 2 quart in size. It has "Hoosier" on the top outside edge heavily embossed. It also has "The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Save Steps" embossed on the bottom along with measuring marks on the side from 4 ounces to 2 quarts. It is made from clear glass. I have never seen one of these in my 50 years of collecting. I immediately thought it might be a recent reproduction but I have not seen another since purchasing this one.…See More
We are antique dealers and recently purchased this measuring pitcher from another dealer in a mall. I have tried to research it and have not been able to find any measuring pitchers like this. It is large, 2 quarts, and of clear glass. It has HOOSIER heavily embossed along the top outside edge and the "The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Saves Steps" embossed on the bottom. Side markings include measurement lines for 4 ounces thru 2 quarts. Could it be that this pitcher was a premium given out to…See More