Anchor Hocking made two styles of sugar and creamer sets in the Queen Mary pattern of Pink Depression Glass. This set is the oval Creamer 470 and Sugar 471. The Queen Mary pattern is also known as the Prismatic Line or Vertical Ribbed, and features Deco style, sharply defined external vertical ribs that provide a prism effect through the glass, and a zigzag pattern around the rim. The handles are also ribbed, and there is a rayed pattern in the bottom of each piece.
The mesmerizing pink glass creamer measures 5-1/2 inches across the handle and spout, and 3-1/2 side to side. It is 2-1/2 inches tall, 3-1/8 inches at the spout. The matching sugar is 6 inches across the handles, 3-3/4 inches side to side, and 2-5/8 inches tall.
This pattern was made by Anchor Hocking from 1936 to 1949. There is no mark.
The only damage is one nearly imperceptible chip on the foot of the sugar that does not impact stability.
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Anchor Hocking Queen Mary Pink Depression Glass Creamer and Sugar