This creamer is made in the Almond Thumbprint pattern in non-flint glass. The creamer is ruby stained and is a souvenir piece. Engraved into the side of the creamer is "Souvenir of Milwaukee, Wis." Condition is excellent with only an occasional spot of ruby stain loss. There are no chips or cracks. There is a rough area on the base at one of the mold lines. The pattern was originally produced by Bakewell Pears & Co. in the 1860's in flint glass and later non-flint by the same company. In 1891, US Glass reissued the pattern and this is undoubtedly of this time frame. The pitcher is 4 1/2 inches tall at its highest point and is 4 inches tall at the lip of the spout. The creamer is 2 1/2 inches in diameter. This is a lovely piece for a collection of ruby stained glass, Early American Pattern Glass, or even a collection of souvenir glass items.