A vintage open sugar and creamer set that is a real eye catcher with its cobalt blue color, raised frosted grape and dotted pattern and its heft - it weighs over 3 pounds before packaging for shipment. This is a larger sized creamer and open sugar bowl and has more capacity than most - perfect for a party!
Gorgeous cobalt blue and clear glass sugar and open creamer set. This larger sized retro glass set is a wonderful dark blue with a raised and frosted grape cluster and leaf shaped design in the glass that appears twice on each piece. The creamer has a clear glass handle that attaches with a curl at the bowl section.
These panels alternate with two other panels of raised small dots. At the bottom area of each of these pieces is a faceted stem and a wafer between the bowls and the paneled bases.
The handle on the creamer is clear glass providing nice contrast to the cobalt blue. The bottoms of each have a wonderful starburst pattern on them.
This creamer stands 7” tall and about 5 1/2" wide from end of handle to tip of spout. The base has a 3" diameter.
The open sugar bowl is 6 1/2' high. Top opening has a 4 1/4" diameter. The base has a 4" diameter.
This stunning set is in nice vintage condition, free of any chips or cracks. There are some bubbles in the glass here and there typical of vintage pressed glass. See photos for detail.
Gorgeous pieces that would be great for display or for use.
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