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    Posted 4 years ago

    kwqd
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    I fond these two small US Glass Company pitchers about four or five months apart, but I think in the same town, maybe in the same store. They measure 5" high x 4" handle to spout x 2.25" wide. Both mint. Not sure if they are creamers, syrup pitchers or just whatever you feel like doing with them pitchers. Maybe TallCakes will tell us! (Please.) These were apparently made between 1891 and 1940. The patterns are the same on both but are slightly different, showing they were decorated by hand. US Glass had a very interesting history. I am calling this EAPG until the years of production can be determined. It might fall right at the end of the EAPG era.

    Some links to US Glass Company histories:

    http://glassloversglassdatabase.com/companies/USGlassCompany.html

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Glass_Company

    https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/united-states-glass-co-148700

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      "R" has this listed as a 'crème de menthe' and USG #15152 Georgian. However, from other examples of #15152 I am unable to confirm that ID; one patent example I found has a different handle and octagon panel design, and another example did show a similar handle but also the octagon panel design. Those examples were of flat pitchers unlike your hexagon footed cream pitcher. Other examples of this paneled design with similar handles are often referred to as Chippendale Style or colonial panel... still looking...
    2. kwqd kwqd, 4 years ago
      Thanks TallCakes!
    3. kwqd kwqd, 4 years ago
      Thanks for loving my US Glass creamers!

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    4. GlassWmn, 3 years ago
      Maybe my 2 cents will help. Have seen this creamer listed as Georgian #15252 as "discontinued" 1910. Don't know how reliable the source. The sample is a match to these, including the lovely beveled rim, except it is not etched with a pattern. My "sugar and creamer set" is a match to these. The EAPG site shows the #15252 examples, both footed and flat, with the same etched pattern but with scalloped rims. I have come to the conclusion the beveled rim was the earlier edition. The EAPG site shows a 1919 ad with the "after dinner creamer" and "after dinner sugar" with the scalloped edges. It seems 90% of examples I've found all have scalloped rims and are attributed to about 4 different makers. These to are spot on for my set.
    5. GlassWmn, 3 years ago
      Oops. Sorry. Had pattern Georgian pattern # off by a digit. Should be #15152.

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