Canonsburg Pottery Westchester Platinum Art Deco Creamer
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Vintage From Paul is pleased to offer this mint condition Canonsburg Pottery Westchester Platinum Art Deco Creamer.
The Westchester Platinum Art Deco Creamer has a pristine white body and the angular lines of the Art Deco period. The handle and the spout are trimmed with a platinum scroll, while the rim and foot are trimmed with a simple platinum edging. The body of the creamer has three platinum half circles dropping from the rim and one central band of platinum.
The Canonsburg Pottery was founded in 1900 by John George. John was a nephew of W. S. George. In 1909, the name was changed to Canonsburg Pottery Company and specialized in dinnerware, producing about 25,000 dozen pieces a week... Steubenville's equipment and molds were sold to Canonsburg Pottery after Steubenville´s closing in 1959. Adam Antique and Rose Point, two of Steubenville´s popular patterns, were sold into the 1960´s under the Steubenville name.
The Canonsburg Pottery Westchester Platinum Art Deco Creamer is in pristine condition, no cracks, chips, crazing or stains. The creamer appears to be unused.
The Canonsburg Pottery Westchester Platinum Art Deco Creamer stands 2-1/8 inches in height measures 6 inches from handle to spout..
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