Hemingray 42 Glass Insulator
The Hemingray 42 glass insulator is a scalloped edged insulator that would be perfect for your vintage décor or as a collector piece. These are in excellent used condition with no chips and ready to be used as bird feeders, candle holders, the start to a great light fixture, a paper weight (wrap wire around the top to make a photo clip), book ends or whatever else you can repurpose these for. See how I repurposed the glass insulator into a centerpiece!
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The Hemingray 42 Glass Insulator
The Hemingray 42 was one of Hemingray’s most popular insulators and was made from 1921 to the 1960s. It was intended for telegraph usage and was found all over the U.S. on telegraph poles beside railroad tracks. This glass insulator with drip points, or a pattern of “bumps” on the bottom of the insulator that creates a scalloped edge, now serve as décor in our homes or collection pieces.
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|Dimensions||4 × 3 × 4 in|
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