For your pleasure, I offer a beautiful example of Mt. Washington peach blow, or peachblow glass which was made by them for the Libbey Glass Co. It was made especially for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, also known as World's Fair 1893. This fair was held to commemorate Christopher Columbus' landing in the "New World" in 1892, 400 years previous. This creamer has an exceptional deep rose fading to almost white color with raised rib molding that shows even a darker color. The glass has a satin or matte finish to the glass and the handle has the same finish but is in white glass. On one side of the creamer inscribed in a gold color writing, it reads" World's Fair 1893". This is quite a delicate piece and I found no flaws. It has an open pontil as most of these souvenir pieces did. .It will be securely packaged and double boxed for safe transit. Please check my shop for another very attractive World's Fair piece, the Santa Maria plate. Send an email if you have any questions.
World's Fair 1893 Peachblow Creamer