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DEEP COBALT BLUE FREEBLOWN CREAMER WITH HOLLOW HANDLE - PITTSBURGH

ITEM 5766. FREEBLOWN CREAMER, deep cobalt blue, bulbous body with applied hollow glass handle and applied, funnel shaped foot, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H, mint. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1820-1840.

Typically attributed to Pittsburgh, creamers of this type were a known production item made for local consumption. This is the larger of the two sizes in which these creamers were blown and it is a finely executed example blown from a richly toned batch of deep cobalt blue flint glass.



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