Offered here is a Pink Depression Glass Covered Sugar and Creamer in the Doric pattern by Jeannette Glass. Doric is a pretty panel and grid molded pattern. While most of the panels are plain, the top band of smaller, grid-like panels alternates between plain and starburst designs. This band is separated from the lower panels and the rim by narrow concentric rings. The foot of each piece also has the starburst design in the center, and the cover of the sugar has a matching circle of starburst panels. The tall finial knob on the top has a small starburst on alternating sides that you might miss if not looking closely.
The creamer is slightly taller than the sugar at 3-1/2 inches tall, 4-inches at the pouring spout, and 3-1/4 inches in diameter at the top. It is 4-1/2 inches across the handle and spout and stands on a 2-1/4 inch circular foot. The matching covered sugar is 5-inches tall, 3-1/8 inches tall without the cover and 3-3/4 inches diameter at the rim. It is about 5-3/4 inches across the handles, and the foot is 2-3/4 inches in diameter.
Somewhat scarce, Doric was made by Jeannette only between 1935 and 1938. There is no mark.
As is common in this pattern, there are a couple of tiny nicks, commonly called fleabites, along the top-most band just below the rim. These are not readily noticeable. The handle of the creamer has a few tiny bubbles in it. Other than the expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities, there is no damage.