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Posted 6 years ago


(60 items)

about 3" high

no chips or cracks

the base is colored yellow

the floral pattern is a decal which is scratched in a few places.

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  1. Mrj303 Mrj303, 6 years ago
    Not fenton, not sure of maker
  2. fenton-hobnail, 6 years ago
    no, this is not made by fenton. it is a very nice piece. i love the flowers. not sure of the maker on the item. thanks for sharing!
  3. wingletts wingletts, 6 years ago
    I love this pitcher, or you planning on selling this out.
  4. wingletts wingletts, 6 years ago
    You r stating that this is only 3" in ht.. it sure has a large handle and mouth on it.
    what level are you taking this pic?? Is this high r. and zooming .....??
  5. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 6 years ago
    It's small. maybe would only hold a cup to a cup and a half of liquid. # inches is the correct height.
  6. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 6 years ago
    No, i wasn't planning on selling. I just wanted to learn more about it
  7. TallCakes, 6 years ago
    very pretty creamer; the pattern is 'Michigan' by U. S. Glass, ca.1902. This is part of the U.S.G. state series and their pattern #15077; also known as 'Panelled Jewel'.
  8. wingletts wingletts, 6 years ago
    Interesting Talkcakes, go look at some of my glass and tell me, hey I am excited about someone knowing this...your great
  9. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 6 years ago
    Thank you very much!
  10. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    you're very welcome; it is a very pretty piece and the pattern was made in an extended table service if you're interested in collecting more like it.
  11. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 6 years ago
    I had went back home to see my family this weekend, and my mother was showing me some glass pieces she had been holding onto for years. This piece had belonged to her father, but she didn't know anything more about it. Your information will make her happy! She has done everything in her power to keep it safe all these years!

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