"Mother" Ruby Stained Creamer Button Arches "Atlantic City"

The pattern BUTTON ARCHES was introduced in 1897 by Duncan's Sons & Co. and continuted in 1900 by Duncan & Miller.

This lovely creamer was souveniered in 1910. It says "To Mother" and "Atlantic City. It stands 4" high and holds approximately 5 oz.

There is some wear to the ruby stain. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs.

EAPG usually exhibits some of the following: straw (sheer) marks, mold lines, bubbles, imbedded ash or impurities, rough mold seams, and manufacturing variations.

As I like my customers happy and satisfied with their purchases, I welcome and encourage any questions and will gladly provide additional pictures.

Item ID: G-EAPG0020

$50 USD

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