Here is a high-quality Westmoreland Doreen Number 1211 rose pink depression glass creamer. The eight-sided Doreen creamer is cone-shaped with a high handle. The concave foot is octagon shaped and raises the creamer about an inch. The pretty pink color and the texture of the glass are both of Westmoreland's fine quality, more along the lines of the elegant glass of the Depression Era.
The Doreen No. 1211 pattern was introduced in 1924, but the rose pink color wasn't developed until 1926. Dating this creamer to between 1926 and the 1930s. It is not marked.
This pretty glass creamer measures 4-7/8 inches tall and 3-5/8 inches in diameter. It is 5-1/2 inches across the handle and spout. The foot is 2-3/4 inches in diameter.
There are a few factory bubbles and wrinkles in the glass. About halfway down the side of the creamer there is a horizontal row of these. One of the popped bubbles is about 1/4-inch long and is deep enough to be easily felt. It shows clearly in the photos. There is no other damage to this great piece.