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This is a great creamer and sugar from Iroquois china in their impromptu shape. The design is by Ben Seibel and dates to 1956 and this pattern is Vision. The pattern is composed of grey dots, small blue free form shapes and grey rods. These pieces are heavy and the china was designed to go from oven to table. These are in great shape and show minimal use. The creamer stands an imposing 5 3/4 inches high and holds 8 oz. The creamer appears unused, the glaze is clean and the pattern sharp. The sugar and lid are also in excellent shape with smooth glaze and clear pattern. Sugar is 2 3/8 inches high. Both pieces are marked as shown in photo 5. This pattern reminds of a DNA molecule and would fit on any Mid Century Atomic table setting.

Iroquois Impromptu Vision Vintage Atomic Creamer and Sugar Set Ben Seibel Design

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: china
  • Feedback: 436 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Pennsylvania, United States.
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