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Rare Peace & Plenty Creamer

Year: 1850-1900

Weight:0.5 lbs


Hard to find non lead milk glass creamer. Typically these were made as syrup containers with pewter tops rarley they do they turn un without them. These are concidered off hand pieces. 4 1/2" high. American made,attrubuted to several glass factories including the Whitall Tatum Glass Works in Millville, see McKairns Amercan Glass for further information.

Originally the "Peace and Pleanty" was a name of an English Sailing trading ship. The Lord Denys Rolle sailed in 1783 on board to Exuma Island in the Bahamas where he established a cotton plantation and named the new plantation the same name. British creamware was made during the late 18th and early 19th century with transfers with the same theme thought to be celabrating decades of trade between England the Americas.