Hemingray Insulator expertise available at Springfield

By Kim Borgman; posted October 20, 2016

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I will be at the Mid-Ohio Show this year and will provide free advice to all collectors with Hemingray insulator and Glass questions. I own quite a few Hemi's, have coordinated a Springfield combined display of Hemi CD 113's, and have seen and handled all kinds of Hemingray glass. insulators, lamps, syrup pitchers, water bottles, bird dishes, frogs, bottles, globe canning jars are among the many glass items they made.

Do you know the difference between script, prismic, stamped embossing on hemi 19 ?

Is your Hemingray glass color peacock blue, Hemingray blue, cobalt blue, or electric blue?

The Hemingray color looks a bit wonky. Could it be irradiated or heat altered? How do you tell?

I am thinking of selling my oddball Hemi glass item, what do you think it is worth?

What is the best sales venue?

What is light yellow olive green in Hemingray glass?

Why is my scarce-to-rare Hemi not worth much?

Stahr, Lucas, and I will be next to each other in middle area of show hall. All of us will be happy to help you with any important Hemingray questions you may have.

Hemingray: made in heartland, used worldwide.