Hazel Atlas produced this Pink Depression Glass Creamer in the pattern they called Royal Lace. One of the prettiest Depression Glass patterns, Royal Lace is an all over pattern of lacy nearly heart-shaped medallions separated by an Art Deco style pointed rib design. The ribs divide the creamer into four sections, each with a fan-shaped design at the top. The underside of the subtly scalloped foot is also decorated with ribs that echo those of the body of the creamer.
This pretty creamer, meant to be prominently displayed, measures 4-inches tall, 4-1/4 inches at the pouring lip. and 3-3/4 inches in diameter, 5-1/4 inches across the handle and spout. The foot is 2-3/4 inches in diameter.
Royal Lace was made by Hazel-Atlas from 1934 to 1941. It is not marked
There are no condition issues.