Nice set of Early American Patterned Glass made for children in the early part of the 20th Century. This glass was inexpensively produced from scrap glass and is often found with flaws in the form of bubbles, roughness, mold lines and other irregularities.
Four pieces in Cambridge's "Sweetheart" pattern include the butter dish and lid, smaller creamer and open sugar and a lidded sugar in the larger size. We would be glad to pull out the larger creamer and sell separately.
The butter dish measures 2" tall and the plate is 3 1/2" in diameter. The smaller creamer and sugar bowl measure about 2" tall and 3" across, the larger measures 3" tall and 4" from handle to handle.
All pieces have some damage except for the bowl of the larger sugar; a tiny fleabite on the top edge of the creamer, a chip on the outer edge of both the lid and plate of the butter dish, several missing points on the saw tooth edge of the small sugar and a small chip on the lid of the larger sugar. These are all shown in the close-up photos. The pieces have developed a light amethyst color over the years which is impossible to capture in a photo and is only noticed in certain lights or when compared to higher quality glass.