Central Glass 775 Vaseline Canary Pressed Diamond Open Sugar and Creamer Set

We are happy to offer this Central Glass 775 Vaseline Canary Pressed Diamond Open Sugar & Creamer Set.

This set is a lovely yellow color, which was known as Canary when it was introduced. These are the #775 Sugar and Creamer. They both have straight sides, deep bodies, and scalloped rims. The pattern is geometric, with stacked rows of diamond shapes that create wonderful reflections of light. The pattern continues on the bottom. The creamer has a high spout and solid handle.

The set is unmarked, made by Central Glass, circa mid-1880's. The creamer measures almost 4 ¾" tall and 3 ½" across the rim, while the sugar bowl is 4 ½" tall and 4" across the rim.

Excellent Condition: no cloudiness, cracks, chips or nicks. The bottoms of both pieces have shelf wear commensurate with their age. There are several tiny pinprick size, fully embedded air bubbles. The sugar lid is missing.

This is a wonderful set that would be great as a serving set or displayed with a collection. Nice sets like this don't show up too often, so don't miss the opportunity to add to your collection or to purchase a gift for a favorite collector! We are always offering a nice selection of vintage glassware and other goodies, so please take a look through our shop. We would be pleased to combine shipping on multiple purchases.

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