A beautiful cobalt blue depression glass sugar and creamer set in the Spun pattern made by the Imperial Glass Company of Ohio. This company made the Spun Cobalt pattern circa the Depression Era.
The design features small horizontal bands or ribbing around both of these vintage serving pieces. The round bases are plain with no grooves.
The Imperial Glass Company was founded in 1901 by Edward Muhleman. Their handmade glasswares were sold worldwide and were usually made of pressed glass. The factory was one of the largest glass factories under one roof. The company went out of business in the 1970s.
The blue glass sugar is an open sugar bowl. Both the creamer and the sugar have a short pedestal base and a wide bowl along with handles that come out straight from the side and then curve downward to attach to the bowl section.
These depression era pieces have some small air bubbles in the glass here and there typical of depression glass - see photo closeups.
Sugar - 3" high and is 5" across from end of handle to tip of spout
Creamer - 3" high and top opening has a 3" diameter
In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. There is light wear typical of vintage glass item that is circa 1930s.
Still so very lovely!
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