Pebble Rim Pink Depression Glass by Smith Glass Sugar & Creamer - Antique w/ Raised Pattern on Rim - Unique Kitchen Serving Collectible 2 Pc

$38.25 $45.00

A beautiful pink depression glass sugar and creamer set made by the L E Smith Glass Company in 1935. The pattern is called Pebble Pink as it has a row of small raised pebble shapes at the top of each piece. The sides on both pieces have subtle panels all around.

The pink Depression Era glass sugar is an open bowl with 2 handles. The creamer has a nice spout and a handle on the opposite side.

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
Creamer - 3” high
Top openings have a 3" diameter

In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Light wear typical of vintage glass item that is circa 1935.

Still very lovely!


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