Vintage Imperial Candlewick 2 Pc. Cream And Sugar Set With Footed Bottom
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Vintage Imperial Candlewick 2 Pc. Cream And Sugar Set With Footed Bottom :
Very nice set of cream and sugar containers that measure about 4" - 5" tall.
Dishes have no chips, cracks, flea bites or stains.
Great piece at a great price. Dishes come
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Imperial Glass Company was started in 1901 by a former riverboat captain named Edward Muhleman, who also had many years’ experience in the glass industry. He decided to build his new glass factory in Bellaire, Ohio (also known as “Glass City”) close to the river. It took three years of planning and building before they were ready to start production, and just a few months into 1904, they were shaping up to be a major force in the glass industry. They started with all of the usual pressed glass household items and ventured into carnival glass in 1909. The first series of Candlewick were put into production in 1920, and was formally introduced at the Wheeling Centennial Celebration in 1936.
The Candlewick design (which started with around 40 items jumped to around 200 items by the 1950’s) quickly became one of their strongest selling glassware patterns. Production of Candlewick ran until the mid 50's