This antique Eapg cream pitcher is the 'Cord Drapery' pattern made by the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Co. in Greentown, Indiana, circa 1899. During their short time in business (they were only in business from 1894-1903) they produced several beautiful and highly collectible glass patterns. This fabulous, and very popular, eapg "Cord Drapery' pattern consists of an all-over, criss-cross beaded cord and fan design in clear glass. This antique footed creamer measures 5 inches tall X 3 1/2 inches across the top rim X 5 inches across the top rim when including the spout and handle. This antique glass glows a strong yellow-green under uv blacklight to further verify age. In Fair-Good condition, with a small, shallow chip on the top side of one of the 'feet' and, another chip on the scalloped top rim - not easily seen, but unfortunately they are there! Also, minor surface utensil marks from use and a bit of cloudiness - not bad, though. This creamer was much LoVeD! Still displays Well as a lovely example of this very popular Greentown glass pattern, and - Priced accordingly! Very much A worthy addition to any Eapg glass collection!