This is a beautiful example of a Heisey condiment set which includes Butter Dome and Plate, Sugar, Creamer and Tooth Pick holder all made in the Beaded Panel and Sun Burst pattern. There is some roughness around the edges of the sugar/creamer but I could not identify any fleas, cracks or chips. To have found all four pieces is rare. This would be a beautiful set to use every day or when you have guests. The pattern number for this pattern is No. 1235. Heisey started production in their company under the name of A.H Heisey 1879 in Pennsylvania. The introduction of the Diamond H logo began in 1901. It was found in most pieces on the bottom but there was a period when it was hidden in different places on pieces. It is estimated that probably more that half of all Heisey glass does not have a mark on the piece. Heisey glass is not in production now. In 1957 Heisey went out of business. Molds can now be found at their museum.
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