Hocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass CreamerHocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass Creamer

The pretty ballerina in Hocking Cameo is one of the sweetest Depression Glass motifs, offered here in this Yellow Creamer. Cameo, nicknamed "Ballerina," features mould-etched, dancing ballerina cameos connected with floral drapes and tassels that encircle the creamer. The foot of the creamer has a pressed sunburst design.

This darling creamer measures 3-1/2 inches tall and 3-1/8 inches in diameter at the rim. It stands on a 2-3/8 inch circular foot. The creamer measures 4-1/2 inches across the handle and spout.

Cameo was made by Hocking Glass from 1930 to 1934, before the company became Anchor Hocking in 1937. The creamer is not marked.

With a magnifying glass, you can see several tiny little nicks, commonly called fleabites, along the top edge. These are likely a result of stacking, can barely be felt, and do not detract from the beauty of this little creamer. There is no other damage to this lovely vintage piece.

Item ID: 81631RL


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Hocking Cameo Ballerina Yellow Depression Glass Creamer

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