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We sell original Hoosier Cabinet canisters and spice jars that were included with all Hoosier style cabinets when they were new. We also sell original cabinets and parts when they are available along with lots of other items that would have been found in a "Depression Era" kitchen. Hoosier is now used as a generic term to describe this style of kitchen cabinet. Although Hoosier was the largest manufacturer, there were many companies that manufactured this style of cabinet beginning around the turn of the century and lasting through the depression. Some of the other companies were Sellers, Napanee, McDougall, Kitchen Maid, Wilson and Boone. 

We DO NOT stock any reproduction glass.

An Original set of Hoosier Glassware would have consisted of Coffee and Tea canisters, a Salt Box, and from four to eight spice jars. Some manufacturers also included a Cookie/Cracker jar and sometimes a hanging Sugar Jar. The canisters were primarily manufactured by the Sneath Early Hoosier Zipper canister set adGlass Co. of Hartford City, Indiana. There were five major styles of canisters made by Sneath for  Hoosier cabinets, Colonial, Mission, Zipper (originally called Quaker), Triple Skip and Napanee.  With most canister styles there are early (generally pre 1920 and with a more squared off shape) and later versions. You may click on the pictures below for more information and higher quality pictures of each style. We deal for the most part in original glassware made by Sneath, but also in depression kitchen glassware made by Owens-Illinois, Hocking, Hazel Atlas and others which can be found in the "Other Canister Styles" section. You will find range shakers, salt and pepper shakers, beaters, measuring cups and jars, reamers, and  many other items that would have been used in an early Twentieth century kitchen in the "Depression Kitchen Glassware & Utensils" section.

Ordering Hoosier Glassware

Although some of the glassware has become quite scarce and difficult to locate, we try to keep as much in stock as possible.  There are many variables that effect the price of old glass. With most of the Hoosier glassware, since we may have many of the same item,  we provide you with a price range from a low (well used) price to a high (almost as it left the factory) price. We would like you to use this page and the pictures as a guide and then ask that you contact us with whatever you may be interested in. We will then be able to provide you with pictures and exact pricing of what we have available. Or, if the item you are looking for is not currently in stock, we can hold your name and email address and notify you when one does becomes available. We do offer discounts on large or multiple item purchases. Payment and Shipping Options

Click on the pictures below for more information on what we have available for your Hoosier Cabinet. Click here or on the mailbox at the bottom of the page to email us.

Colonial Canisters

Mission Canisters Zipper Canisters Triple Skip Canisters Napanee Canisters Other Canister Styles
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Hanging Sugar Jars Sugar/ Cookie/ Cracker Jars Salt Dips Hoosier Cabinets and  Parts Original Advertisements for "Hoosier" Cabinets "Show Us Your Hoosier"
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Hoosier Cabinets By Philip D. Kennedy 168 Pages, 8-1/2" x 11" Softbound

HoosierCabinetsBook.jpg (33681 bytes)       This book is the one to get if you're looking for information about "Hoosier Cabinets". Philip D. Kennedy has included the history, original magazine ads and sales literature for Hoosier, Sellers, Napanee, McDougall, Boone and other cabinets. These advertisements are invaluable when attempting to identify your old cabinet. The last chapter has many helpful tips and techniques on restoring Hoosier cabinets.                                           

  Our Price: $21.95 (price includes shipping by Priority Mail inside the United States)


We have moved some of our items to their own web-pages


DepressionKitchenGlass .com

Featuring a variety of Depression Era and earlier glassware, utensils and gadgets


Featuring a variety of antique coffee grinders or mills

Click on any of the pictures below to visit our other web-page featuring a wide variety of Depression Era Kitchen items.

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Including items manufactured by Hazel Atlas, Anchor Hocking, Federal, Hocking, Jeannette, McKee, Paden City, Tipp, and other manufacturers along with some earlier Pre-Depression items.

Click on any of the pictures below to visit our other web-page featuring a variety of early coffee grinders and mills.

Including items manufactured by Arcade, Enterprise, Landers Frary & Clark, Parker, Steinfeld, Wilmot Castle, Wrightsville Hardware Co. Along with other coffee related items.

All orders received are almost always shipped within one business day.

Payment - To keep our prices reasonable, we prefer payment by personal check or money order. Payment by VISA or MASTERCARD may also be made via PAYPALŠ. Contact PAYPALŠ http://www.paypal.com for information on how to establish one of their convenient accounts. If you wish to purchase more than one item using PayPal, please contact me first with the items you are interested in, and I will send you an invoice for all the items combined. To pay by check or money order my mailing address is;

HoosierCabinet.com   P.O. Box 374  Weare, NH 03281

Please let me know what you are interested in by email before sending a check or money order so I can guarantee that the item is still in stock and place it on hold for you.

Shipping - Is currently limited to the United States. Except for the books, all of my items are very breakable and although I pack very well, I'm not 100% positive that it is enough to survive overseas travel. All orders (except light items) are shipped via USPS Priority mail, with a minimum charge of $4.95. Insurance is usually required as all of our items are very breakable. We never charge a handling fee, only actual postage. Lost items may not always be available for replacement, in which case a refund will be issued.

Emails - Out of necessity, responding to emails usually has to be moved down on my to-do list. My family always comes first, orders received are second and everything else fights for position on the list as I have a limited amount of time and energy.

Linking to, copying, or framing of any material on this site without the prior written consent of the owner is prohibited.

Please click here to read important information about shipping during cold weather

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Please check this site often as our stock is constantly changing.

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