Tea Room is quite possibly the most popular and sought-after Depression glass pattern. The symmetrical faceted surfaces of the glass give each piece a shimmering look in any light. Tea Room was produced by the Indiana Glass Co. between 1926 and 1931. These are the larger footed creamer and sugar, much more rare than the smaller size, and they are in excellent condition. The only flaw I can find on the set is one small flake on one of the points on the foot of the sugar. The creamer and sugar are listed in "Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass" by Gene & Cathy Florence.