Glass ice cream cone

Contributed by Valerie Sisson

Glass ice cream cone

With a shortage of basic foodstuffs during the Second World War ice cream must have been a luxury. This glass ice cream cone was used at a Grocers/Fish and Ship shop at 126, Main Street, Horsley Woodhouse in Derbyshire by the owners Mr and Mrs Kyte. With no wafers or cones available customers had to eat their ice cream and hand the cone back for the next customer!

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