Beautiful Elegant Glass by Fostoria Rose Pink Depression Era Footed Creamer featuring the June Etch. The beloved June pattern was clearly made to capture the eye of the discerning bride of the era. A large bow with trailing ribbons is central to the design. Dancing chains of tiny flowers and leaves twine around and through the ribbons, and combine to form a garland around the rim. An etched double line sets off the garland and dips to an inverted horseshoe shape beneath the knot of the bow. Here in the clear pink that Fostoria called Rose, even the color suggests a June bride!
This creamer measures 3-7/8 inches to the top of the handle and the pouring lip. It is 3-1/8 inches in diameter, 4-1/2 across the lip and handle. The foot is 2-1/8 inches in diameter.
The unmarked June pattern was made by Fostoria in Rose between 1928 and 1944.
There is a 1/8-inch smooth, shallow edge chip on the seam of the foot that is not readily noticeable. There are no other condition issues on this lovely creamer from a bygone era.
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