Creamer, Sugar Bowl and Tray

Object Name: 
Creamer, Sugar Bowl and Tray

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Object Name: 
Creamer, Sugar Bowl and Tray
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
90.4.48
Dimensions: 
H: 13.7 cm, L: 21.1 cm, W: 14.1 cm; (a) H: 9.6 cm; (b) H: 8.5 cm; (c) 13.7 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1936-1950
Credit Line: 
Gift of Long Island Depression Glass Society, Ltd.
Primary Description: 
Deep amber non-lead glass; pressed in "3400/68" pattern. (a) Creamer: ovoid shape with scalloped top rim and scroll handle opposite high pouring lip, six vertical ribs extending part way up sides from base, scrolled edge on circular base; (b) sugar: Ovoid shape with scalloped top rim and two scroll handles; six vertical ribs extending part way up sides from base, scrolled edge on circular base; C in a triangle mark on base; (c) tray: Eight-sided with two circular depressions, one on each side of vertical handle in center which ends in a triangle; oval collar-like base and polished circle underneath where something was ground off.
Pattern Name: 
"3400/68"
Provenance: 
Long Island Depression Glass Society, Ltd, Source
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