This is a beautiful Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) creamer in the hard to find Flower Band Pattern. This pattern is also known as Frosted Flower Band and as Bird Finial. It is a two part mold. It dates to around the 1870’s. The manufacturer is unknown but the American Pattern Glass Society believes that the manufacturer may have been Gillinder & Sons.

It has a wide frosted band decorated with flowers. The foot is trimmed with the oak leaf and acorn motif.

The creamer measures 6” high, 3” in diameter and 5 1/2” across from handle to spout.

It is in very nice condition. There are no chips, cracks or discoloration. Some wonderful people took very good care of it for a very long time.

Inv. Loc. PB Box EAPG 1


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ITEM ID
RBG-213
TYPE
EAPG
COLOR
Clear
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Creamers, Glassware, Pitchers, Ewers, Tableware
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Penny Candy Antiques

Early American Pattern Glass Creamer Flower Band Pattern Circa 1870’s

$90

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