Vintage Cook Vitreous China Creamer Pitcher White Green~ 1950s

Regular price $ 12.95

This is for the purchase of a single Vintage Porcelain Cook Vitreous Creamer.  Item in photos is actual item being purchased.
 
***Vitreous china is a glazing technique that is added to porcelain. It is a glass based enamel coating that makes things more durable, denser, and shinier. When a large amount of heat is applied to powdered glass, a liquid called vitreous enamel is created. The term “Vitreous China” refers to ceramic materials (like porcelain) that have been glazed with vitreous enamel AND can also be used to refer to the actual enamel coating.
 
> Age estimated from the 1950's based on simple pattern and floral design on creamer
> Found inside a container filled with glass milk containers primarily from the 1940's and 1950's
> Style- Simple design with a country feel (especially when found with old milk bottles :) )
> Hallmarked on bottom with COOK VITREOUS CHINA
> Size- Approximately 4 3/4" Tall x 2 7/8" wide x 4 1/2" deep
> Weight- Approximately 298 grams (10.5 ounces)
> Condition- No noticeable chips or flaws but does have staining from age, and dirt
> Creamer has only been cleaned with hot water as it was allowed to soak and then a cotton cloth was used to remove years of dirt/mud
 
***This is perfect for a collector but also can still be used for that country feel ( cream, maple syrup)
 
Please note that because of the age and size of this item, additional packing is required to ensure its safe arrival and thus the shipping charge will be a little higher.
 
Shipping- Order will be shipped M-F via USPS Parcel Select Ground Mail with Delivery Confirmation (USA orders only) within 3-5 business days (if not sooner) of receiving payment. Please update Paypal information before you purchase if your address has changed. We are not responsible to re-ship if your address has changed from what is listed on your Paypal account. 
 
 
Please contact MadeyGear if you have questions.  I offer a full refund only if I have failed to describe the item properly.  Every effort has been made to research and authentic the accuracy of this item.