In the late 1800's US Glass produced glassware in patterns named after the States which were members of the Union at that time. This particular pattern was named Texas and also called "Loops". The molds were reused in the 1960's by an Art Glass Company known as The Crystal Art Glass Co. who re-issued the stippled pattern in Amber and Carnival Colors. This double handled, open sugar is thick amber glass probably from the 1960's and is an uncommon find. It measures 3" from the footed base to the scalloped rim. The handles extend above the rim adding another 1/8" to the total height. There are bubbles noted from the manufacturing process but the glass remains clear, unscratched, and without nicks or breaks.
This price is for the sugar. If you would like to include the creamer in this purchase, please let me know before making your payment.
*A matching but damaged creamer is available if desired. (Please see photos.) The small cream pitcher can be added to a purchase of the sugar for an additional $3.00 to cover any extra shipping charges. As shown in the photos, the creamer is chipped on the rim of the pedestal base and at the base of the handle.
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