This Priscilla elegant glass cream and sugar in pink was made by Fostoria in the early years of what is now known as Depression Glass. The Priscilla pattern is elegant in its simplicity, the only decoration being a band of three narrow rings about an inch down from the top. The handles are angular, and the top of the sugar is slightly flared.
The open sugar is 2-inches tall and 4-inches in diameter. The matching creamer is 3-5/8 inches tall and 2-3/4 inches in diameter. Each handle is about 1/2-inch wide and each has a 2-inch diameter flat foot.
Priscilla was made by Fostoria from 1925 until 1931. There is no mark.
There is a 1-mm nick in the top ring on the creamer. The creamer also has some discoloration at an indentation on the inside near the pouring spout. This can only be felt on the inside, and appears as though it was caused by heat, or perhaps grinding in an attempt to repair a small chip. It is very smooth. Other than minor surface scratches, there is no other damage to either piece.