A Great Find For The Lover of Nice Glass !
This beautiful sugar and creamer is the Frances pattern made by the Hobbs & Brockunier Glass Co. and named after Frances Cleveland, Wife of President Cleveland.
Francisware is the name of a glassware made by Hobbs, Brockunier and Company of Wheeling, West Virginia, in the 1880s. It is a clear or frosted hobnail or swirl pattern glass with an amber-stained rim.
The Creamer: measures approximately 4″ tall and 6″ across from handle to spout. It has a ground and polished pontil. The handle is applied.
The Open Sugar: measures approximately 4″ tall and 4.25″in diameter at its widest.
Some pieces were made by a pressed glass method, others were mold blown. In this set, the creamer is mold blown and the sugar is pressed.
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