Hanle and Debler was founded in New York, New York in 1933 by Adolph Hanle who trained as a spinner near Stuttgart, Germany and later worked for Samuel Kirk from 1929-1932. The company was acquired by the Kirk Corporation in 1971. The creamer or small pitcher is identified by the Hanle & Debler mark, ATC and Distinctive American Pewter on the bottom of the piece. The ATC mark indicates that only the finest quality metal has been used in the manufacture of the piece. The hallmark guarantees that the metal contains only tin and very small percentages of antimony and copper as hardening agents. The creamer stands 5” tall, 4 1/8” from the spout to the handle and 3” at the widest diameter. It is in good vintage condition with a few rubs and a dent on one side of the spout (pictured). The dent just adds to the charm of the piece.
This would be a wonderful addition to your pewter or pitcher collection or to use every day. Please contact us if you have any questions. Please look at the photos closely, they are part of the description of the item. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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Vintage Hanle and Debler Pewter Creamer