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(6) Different Small Old Porcelain or Ceramic Creamer Pitchers
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(6) Different Small Old Porcelain or Ceramic Creamer Pitchers
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The picture below shows larger side and bottom views of all (6) Different Small Old Porcelain or Ceramic Creamer Pitchers in this lot. This is an accumulated lot from a variety of sources. They are not dated, but all of them are believed to be old. In the order pictured, left to right, the following creamer pitchers are included here:

The first creamer has a circle and stripe design with the base being terracotta, and the glaze is a cream like color. There are (3) circles and (4) stripes. There is spout, and a handle. It is inscribed with the word or name “JOSOCO” in the bottom.

The second one is simply gazed all black. There is spout, and a handle. It is not marked.

The third one is simply glazed all white. There is spout, and a handle. The bottom on this one has a recessed number “09” or “60”. It also has a black stamping on the bottom, with what appears to be a mountain in the center, and the marked as follows:


The fourth creamer pitcher is much fancier. It looks like a miniature gravy boat. Both sides look like a pleated skirt, and there is a floral design on one side. It has gold painted accents on the handle, and all around the top jagged rim. There is spout, and a handle, and no markings.

The fifth is a thick one that has a yellow glaze on the outside, a white glaze inside, and an unglazed bottom. There is a spout, and it is made without a handle. The bottom is lightly stamped:


The sixth and final creamer is a very thick and heavy china or porcelain one like you may see in old diners or restaurants. It is in white with three green stripes. There is a spout, and it is made without a handle. This one has an old crack that you can see in the top picture. It has a concave bottom with no marking.

All six of these old creamer pitchers for one price! To judge the sizes the all white one (largest #3) measures about 2-5/8'' tall. These appear to range from good to mint, as made condition, as pictured.

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(6) Different Small Old Porcelain or Ceramic Creamer Pitchers

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