In milk white glass, this cream and sugar set by Hazel Atlas still has their original foil labels intact indicating they are new, unused, old stock. The label by Hazel Atlas identifies them as "Early American Style". From the early 60's era, this cube or block pattern was presented by several of the glass companies from Anchor Hocking to Fostoria. Each company that offered their own version of the pattern introduced it with minor differences.
Hazel Atlas offered their milk white glass in what they called Platonite and Opaque Ware. Their Opaque is actually a little more translucent than the Platonite but the two can be used together very successfully. These are stark white though some of my photos seem to give them an ivory tint that is lighting only.
The Creamer measures 4 1/4" from spout to handle, and 3" tall. The Sugar bowl measures 5 1/4" wide (handle to handle) and 2 1/2" tall. Both pieces are in Excellent / Mint Condition.
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