Fantastic little duo of purple marble slag glass made by the Imperial Glass Company in the mid century. This listing is for one little Grecian Urn or pitcher shape that is a toothpick holders and one more traditional shaped toothpick holder. They can be purchased individually or together - you can choose what items you would like at checkout.
The toothpick holder has the Imperial Glass Company’s mark (raised capital over top a G) on the bottom, which was used from 1951-1977 - see last photo. It is in the Daisy and Button pattern that features raised designs and a scalloped saw tooth rim.
The Grecian pitcher features the purple slag glass. It looks like miniature water pitcher with a ribbed bottom section above a pedestal base. There is a horizontal line of square shapes above the ribs. The top section (about 1/3 of the pitcher) is smooth with no raised design.
Small pitcher - 3" high. It is 2 1/4" across from tip of spout to end of handle. Base has a 1 1/3" diameter.
Toothpick holder - 2 1/2" high. Top opening has a 2 1/3" diameter. Base has a 1 3/4" diameter.
There is an Imperial Glass Company sticker on the pitcher/creamer and the holder. They say circa 1850 but I believe these are reproductions made in the mid century of items originally made in the 1850 time period.
In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. All in all, these two mid century home or kitchen decor pieces are still just beautiful.
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