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    Posted 11 years ago

    yoskonb
    (1 item)

    Has been in the family for years.There is another piece that looks like

    the sugar bowl,but it is larger.The pieces are highlighted in gold which

    has since faded a little.Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

    Joe & Joan Vranic

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    1. Paul , 11 years ago
      You have a creamer, sugar missing its cover, and a spooner. The spooner was used to hold teaspoons. It's the piece that looks like a sugar bowl with the scalloped edge. Originally, there would have been a covered butter dish to go with this set. It was made by Northwood around 1908 and collectors call the pattern "Memphis" If you look closely, the pieces should be marked inside the bottoms. The mark is an underlined N in a circle.
      Paul

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