Gold Creamer
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    Aqua & Gold Creamer - Design Line

    $89.00  
    More Details Aqua ceramic creamer in the Aladdin Genie lamp style adorned with hand-painted 22K gold accents. Attributed to Pearl China Co., circa 1950. Light wear to gold.
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    1920s Gold Encrusted Cream & Sugar - Design Line

    $139.00  
    More Details 22K gold-encrusted creamer and sugar bowl with a stippled or speckled pattern, circa 1920. Maker's mark on underside. Sugar bowl, 5.25"L x 4"W x 2.75"H; creamer, 4.5"L x 3.25"W x 2.75"H. Light wear.
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    Italian Porcelain Sugar Bowl & Creamer - The Emporium Ltd. - white/red/green/blue/yellow/gold/multi

    $249.00  
    More Details Early-1900s Richard Ginori Italian gilt-porcelain covered sugar bowl and creamer set. Intricate bunting decorations boast colorful diamond designs, strands of blue baubles, stylized flowers, and greens. Geometric border bands and gilt rims and pedestal bases. Charming sugar bowl lid finial and painted faux-ring handles. Marked "Ginori Italia" with a company mark used from 1900 through 1930. Sugar bowl: 4.25"L x 3.75"W x 5"H; creamer: 4"L x 3"W x 5.5"H.
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    S. Brastoff Surf Ballet Sugar & Creamer - The Emporium Ltd. - gold/black

    $175.00  
    More Details Midcentury Sascha Brastoff California ceramic sugar bowl and creamer in his iconic Surf Ballet design in gold over a jet black glaze. Marked "Sascha Brastoff California U.S.A." Sugar bowl: 7"L x 5"W x 4.5"H; creamer: 6"L x 5"W x 3.5"H.
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    1920s Limoges Porcelain Sugar & Creamer - The Emporium Ltd. - white/gold/multi-color

    $95.00 $119.00 $95.00
    More Details Generously proportioned 1920s French Limoges gilt oversized lidded sugar bowl and creamer set with cartouches, flowing vines, and intricate stylized geometric border designs. Marked in red "Elite Works Limoges France" and marked in green "Elite Limoges France" with company marks used between 1920 and 1932. Sugar bowl, 6.25"L x 5.25"W x 4.25"H; creamer, 6.25"L x 4.25"W x 3.5"H.
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    Majolica Melon Creamer - Artifax Antiques - green/mustard yellow

    $189.00  
    More Details Antique mustard yellow-and-green majolica creamer in the shape of a melon. No maker's mark. Crazing, hairline crack.
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    Aqua Accented Cream & Sugar - Design Line - aqua/blue/teal/gold/clear/white

    $69.00  
    More Details Frosted glass cream and sugar with hand painted aqua flowers and gold leaves on the exterior clear glass Creamer, 4.25” L x 3” W x 3.25” H; sugar bowl, 5" L x 3" W x 3.25” H. No maker's marks.
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    Laila Sugar Pot w/Spoon - Silver/Gold

    $40.00  
    More Details This sugar pot is crafted of nickel-plated steel with a beautifully textured design and irregular golden rim. A coordinating sugar spoon is included.
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    Ginori Italian Porcelain Cream Pitcher - The Emporium Ltd. - white/gold/blue/cinnabar

    $165.00  
    More Details Early 1900s Richard Ginori Italian gilt porcelain pedestal cream pitcher with a blue ribbon, blue and gold beaded top and bottom rim decorations, cinnabar bands, and a gilt handle. There is even a gilt flower on the inside of the pouring lip, outlined in cinnabar. Marked "Ginori Italia" with a gold scroll mark used from 1900 through 1930 for company items specially decorated in their Doccia painting workshop.
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    1930s Porcelain Sugar Bowl & Creamer - The Emporium Ltd. - white/blue/yellow/green/black/ivory

    $149.00  
    More Details Beautiful 1930s Japanese porcelain sugar and creamer, entirely hand-painted with raised beading detail and saturated colors. Marked "M" for Morimura Brothers, and "Made in Japan." Sugar bowl: 5.5''L x 4.5"W x 3.25"H; creamer: 4"L x 3"W x 3.25"H.
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    Antique Majolica Floral Creamer - Vermilion Designs - brown/mustard/green/pink

    $249.00  
    More Details Antique majolica floral creamer with mottled glazing and floral and foliage decoration. Foliate detailing on the handle.Marking on the underside is indistinguishable.
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    Antique English Jackfield Cow Creamer - Rose Victoria - black

    $225.00  
    More Details Antique Staffordshire Jackfield glazed cow creamer. Cream goes in the back (original plug included) and pours out of her mouth. No maker's mark. Wear to gold.
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    Sailor's Farewell Creamer - Blue - Wedgwood

    $150.00  
    More Details Designed by Kit Kemp for Wedgwood, this creamer from the Sailor’s Farewell collection is crafted of prized bone china and depicts a sailor’s adventures on the high seas, both above and below the waterline, based on the acclaimed designer’s line of embroidered fabrics and inspired by a John Craxton drawing. A pale blue linen-like finish and hand-applied 22K gold detailing complete the whimsical design.
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    Majolica Creamer with Roses - Artifax Antiques - brown/yellow/multi

    $189.00  
    More Details Antique majolica creamer with rose motif on a basket-weave background. Opening size, 1.75"Dia.
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    Prattware Yorkshire Cow Creamers - C.1810 - yellow/black/green

    $4,899.00  
    More Details Pair of Georgian period Prattware cow and calf standing creamers, Yorkshire, England, circa 1810. Uniquely glazed in black, enhanced with yellow patches, standing on yellow and green bases with their calves resting between their legs. A yellow and black striped tail, curled black horns, a plugged back and the naive modeling of the calf make this pair especially appealing. Fritting and wear on the plugs.
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    Sailor's Farewell Sugar - Blue - Wedgwood

    $175.00  
    More Details Designed by Kit Kemp for Wedgwood, this covered sugar bowl from the Sailor’s Farewell collection is crafted of prized bone china and depicts a sailor’s adventures on the high seas, both above and below the waterline, based on the acclaimed designer’s line of embroidered fabrics and inspired by a John Craxton drawing. A pale blue linen-like finish and hand-applied 22K gold detailing complete the whimsical design.
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    Wedgwood Snail Shell Salt Cellar - C.1872 - multi

    $899.00  
    More Details Very rarely found, early Wedgwood majolica glazed shell and coral open salt in the Palissy style. The globose snail shell shaped cellar is glazed in a mottled blue and brown, and sits on a raised yellow ochre coral form pedestal with a brown rock form mounded base. Interior is clear glazed, the underside is glazed in a pale green and marked as shown. Impressed: Wedgwood, the date letters, BZY A, the A for the year ...