What is it?
What did the coffee say to the cream? I can not espresso my feelings for you, but I Iove you latte! You and your coffee will love this vintage inspired sugar and creamer set from the Depression Era Line. This darling duo is reminiscent of the depression glass pieces popularly produced around the 1930's in North America.
The sugar jar with lid is clear glass, ribbed edging, and to lend an air of sophistication, the word “Sucre” in raised letters. Not to be outdone, the creamer is shaped like a pretty, petite pitcher with raised text spelling out “Lait.” Oui, this perfect pairing will sweeten up even the most bitter cup of coffee or darkest cup of tea.
This darling set is an ideal gift for weddings, housewarmings, hosts/hostesses, birthdays, and holidays.
What’s in it for you?
The Depression Era Line continues the traditional style of Depression-era glass that was manufactured to be practical, beautiful and convenient. This sugar and creamer features distinctively ribbed clear glass.
The round lidded sugar jar with lid has ribbed edging, fluted accents and raised text details reading "sucre" (sugar in French). The creamer is shaped like a petite pitcher with ribbed edging and raised text details reading "lait" (milk in French). This dainty set adds a vintage touch to the breakfast table, the kitchen counter or the patio dining area.
What’s it all about?
Delightfully Dainty Depression Era Glass Sugar & Creamer Set:
Lidded Sugar Bowl
- Dishwasher safe, but handwashing recommended.
- 5" long (diameter with handle.) x 3.5" wide (diameter without handle). 4.5" t.
- Dishwasher safe, but handwashing recommended
- Pairs with our Depression Era Line Butter Dish