Sowerby #1350 Victorian Queen's Ivory Milk Glass Creamer - Marked

Sowerby #1350 Victorian Queen\'s Ivory Milk Glass Creamer - Marked
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Product Number: WS10936

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A wonderful Victorian pressed glass jug/creamer, made in creamy white milk glass (also known as vitro-porcelain glass. Made by British company Sowerby in the 1880's, and bears their trademark of a peacock on the inside base, as well as a design lozenge. This design, pattern number 1350 is shown on page 7 of Sowerby's Illustrated Pattern Book No IX, issued in June 1882. This particular colour range was called Queen's Ivory, and contains small amounts of uranium in the glass, which cause it to glow bright green under UV light.


Measures approx 2.25 inches tall by 3 inches in diameter at widest point.


Has a couple of nibbles to the base "feet", shown in final pictures. These don't affect how the creamer stands (no loss of height on any feet).

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