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This is a lovely covered sugar bowl and creamer in the light gray (lightest blue) Chesterton pattern manufactured by the Harker Pottery Company, circa late 1940s. It is in the Royal Gadroon shape. Featuring a white rope design along the edge with a gray/blue body. The sugar bowl is in excellent condition with a little bit of staining on the interior bottom (see photo) and no chips or cracks. The little creamer is also in excellent vintage condition with only a small chip on the inside rope edge and some staining on the inside bottom (see photo). No other chips or cracks are noted. Both pieces do exhibit a bit of crazing due to age. A perfect set to add to your collection!.

The sugar bowl measures 6" in width from handle to handle. The opening is 2.75" in diameter. It stands approximately 4.25" in height. The creamer measures 6" in width (from spout to handle) and is 2.5" in height.

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Vintage Harker Pottery Chesterton Light Blue Gray Cream and Sugar Service, Circa 1940s

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: pottery, china, pate sur pate, porcelain
  • Only ships to United States from Georgia, United States.
  • Feedback: 28 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people