ITEM 6584. BLOWN GLASS CREAMER,
aquamarine, dip molded body with applied solid glass handle,
pontil scar, 4 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth with
pour spout, a mint creamer exhibiting the expected usage wear.
American, probably blown at a New England Glass House, 1830-1850.
This handsome creamer is unusual in that the body appears to
have been formed in a dip mold that would have typically been
used in the creation of a bottle. Of the few examples of this
type that we have seen, this simple yet elegant specimen exhibits
the most graceful lines. The simplicity of line, brilliance of
the metal and method of construction lead me to believe that
the creamer was blown in New England, perhaps at Keene Marlboro