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Creamer and Sugar with Tray, Imperial Glass, Candlewick Clear, Beaded Boopie Glass, Vintage

Creamer and Sugar with Tray, Imperial Glass, Candlewick Clear, Beaded Boopie Glass, Vintage

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  • Pattern:  Vintage Glass Sugar & Creamer Set with Tray, Candlewick Clear (Discontinued), aka Boopie Glass, aka Berwick by Imperial Glass
  • Made in Ohio, USA
  • Vintage:  1936 - 1984 
  • Details:  This vintage open sugar and creamer set is a great way to bring a special touch to your table. Crafted in the classic candlewick clear glass pattern from Imperial Glass, (aka Boopie Glass and aka Berwick).  The set includes a curved tray for easy serving.  This set is for a very specific individual, it has a large initial "J" etched on both the creamer and the sugar, perfect for anyone with a last name like Jones, Johnson, Jefferson, Jackson, so many others!!  If you're looking for an elegant housewarming or hostess gift for a "J" family, this will be perfect. 
  • Material:  Blown Glass
  • Dimensions: Sugar: 3.0 inches Tall and 3.0 inches in Diameter (top opening).  Creamer: 3.5 inches Tall, approx. 3.0 inches in Diameter (top opening), Holds 6.0 oz.  Tray: 7.0 inches Long and 4.0 inches Wide (at its widest point)
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition.  There are no issues with any of these pieces.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  All Sales Final.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

Imperial Glass Co was started in 1901 in Bellaire, Ohio by J.N. Vance and Edward Muhleman, originally called New Crystal Glass Company. By the end of 1901, the name was changed to Imperial Glass Company. In 1905 business really took off due to a deal with F. W. Woolworth. Around the same time, they also secured a deal with Quaker Oats to distribute their Cape Cod pattern, as giveaways with purchase.  The Imperial Glass Company produced Candlewick from the 1920's until the mid 1950's.  Unfortunately, a bad economy and cheaper competition forced the company to sell to New Jersey’s Lenox, Inc in 1972.  In 1981, New York investor Arthur Lorch bought Imperial from Lenox, but his inexperience in glass did not help the company’s fortunes. In 1982, Imperial was sold again to investor Robert Stahl and finally went out of business in 1984.  The building located on Belmont Street was transformed into a museum known as the National Imperial Glass Museum, housing many pieces from the company's long run, as well as a history of the company. The building was placed on the National Register in 1983. The Candlewick and Cape Cod patterns were mainstays for Imperial from the 1930's until Imperial’s closing in 1984.

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