Beautiful 10-diamond Zanesville Creamer!

Here is a rather iconic piece of Early American Glass, the 10-diamond creamer, Zanesville OH, 1820-30s. This pattern-molded gem is not only a rare piece of glass craftsmanship, but also an example of sheer elegance! The pattern’s impression, and the well-crafted form are top notch. The color is a brilliant deep aqua, maybe a light blue-green, with great glass clarity. This one is not mint, but it is also not $25,000. It is one of the better known examples though (of the few known). There is a small line, maybe 3/4″ behind the lower attachment, and looks like there is a little loss to the lower rigaree. You would be hard-pressed to find another example this nice, especially for this price!! This one doesn’t just “display”… it SPARKLES on a shelf!!

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Here is a rather iconic piece of Early American Glass, the 10-diamond creamer, Zanesville OH, 1820-30s. This pattern-molded gem is not only a rare piece of glass craftsmanship, but also an example of sheer elegance! The pattern’s impression, and the well-crafted form are top notch. The color is a brilliant deep aqua, maybe a light blue-green, with great glass clarity. This one is not mint, but it is also not $25,000. It is one of the better known examples though (of the few known). There is a small line, maybe 3/4″ behind the lower attachment, and looks like there is a little loss to the lower rigaree. You would be hard-pressed to find another example this nice, especially for this price!! This one doesn’t just “display”… it SPARKLES on a shelf!!