Early American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel CreamerEarly American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel Creamer

This lovely creamer is part of the pattern Pleat and Panel and the pattern's original manufacturer's name was Derby. Produced by Bryce Brothers c. 1882, and later by US Glass after 1891, this pattern is geometric with an angular handle, panels of vertical ribs or pleats, and large stippled panels on all sides of the stylized triangular body. The angularity of the pattern is softened by small subtle shells at the junction of the handle to the body of the creamer and a small fan at the tip of the spout. There is a footed octagonal base. The creamer stands 6 1/2 inches tall. There is minimal roughness at the tip of the spout and a flat chip on the interior rim of the creamer near the spout. This is a relatively hard pattern to find.

Item ID: NES020

Early American Pattern Glass Pleat and Panel Creamer

$23 USD

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