This vintage clear depression glass egg beater/hand mixer is in beautiful condition
The glass is a clear with art deco style decoration
The handle is made of wood and painted in strips of light teal blue and white- there is rubbing in the paint due to use and age adding to it's vintage charm.
It also has increments of measure embossed in the glass ,holding up to 3 cups.It stands on four squared feet.
No chips or cracks in the glass
The beater rests on top of the glass jar and is made of aluminum and marked
"A&J made in the United States of America" and marked with a patent date Oct 9, 1923
The gears/teeth move smoothly - steel is clean with no rusting
It's a wonderful addition to any vintage kitchen for use or decor!
It measures 12 1/4" x 5" diameter
Ekco was founded by Edward Katzinger, a journeyman tinsmith who emigrated from Austria to New York City in 1881 at the age of 18. He left his secure $25-a-week job as a master mechanic in a New York tinsmith shop to open a business in Chicago in 1888. Named the Edward Katzinger Co., this concern manufactured tin pans for commercial bakeries. By 1899 the company, which was always profitable, had a product line that included equipment for confectioners and ice cream manufacturers as well as bakeries. A five-story factory went up in 1906 and a seven-story addition in 1913.
In 1923 the Katzingers built a new, up-to-date two-story factory on Chicago's Northwest Side. The first of 35 acquisitions in the next 35 years--that would make Ekco the world's largest manufacturer of nonelectric housewares&mdashøok place in 1927, when the Katzingers purchased the August Maag Co., a small Baltimore bakeware manufacturing firm. Two years later the company entered the kitchenware business when it purchased the A & J Manufacturing Co. of Binghamton, New York, the largest producer of kitchen tools.
By the late 1950s it was said that Ekco produced some 65 percent of all kitchen tools and 40 percent of all kitchen and table cutlery
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