Thursday, September 9, 2010

Glassware Identification Break...

We interrupt regularly scheduled blogging to bring you this glassware identification break.

So, here it is!  Can anybody identify this little pitcher?  It's somewhere in the area of 5 inches tall, and I like the pattern of dots that go from smaller on the outside edges to the largest in the middle of each row and the lines between the rows of dots.  It was in a box of stuff I got at a sale a while back.  I discovered it while I was sorting out the box to donate all but the one thing I wanted in the box to a thrift shop.  I think this little pitcher may be a keeper as well.  Unfortunately, there is no maker mark on it that I can find.  Do any of you know what it is?

1 comment:

  1. I immediately thought Federal Glass' "Columbia" but there's no mention of a creamer ( which is what I think it is rather than a pitcher) in my depression glass book. Of course now you have to find the sugar!


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