A wonderful vintage silver plate creamer piece with a hinged lid and handle on one side. It was made by the Wear-Brite Company and is circa early 1900s.
The little creamer pitcher is marked WEAR-BRITE TRADE MARK (with a small J under the A in Wearbrite) on the bottom.
4" high to top of finial on lid
6" across from end of handle to tip of spout
The base has a 3 1/2" diameter
In fair antique condition with lots of wear commensurate with vintage/antique age. Note the patina and pitting - see photos for details. Still an adorable little serving piece!
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