#505 Daisy and Button Oil or Vinegar Cruet with Stopper in Turn O' The Century, Amber by Imperial Glass of Ohio, Made in USA
Turn O' The Century, Amber Cruet with Stopper which was made by Imperial Glass in the 1960's.
The pattern is Daisy and Button.
Daisy and Button was one of the most popular traditional patterns in pressed glass ever made.
The basic pattern is made up of multi-sided buttons surrounded by geometrically stylized flowers with a clear arch over the design.
The color on this is spectacular.
Stopper and inside bottle neck are ground. The stopper has a missing edge which is completely hidden inside the pitcher, but does exist. See the photo.
The bottom is signed with the I over G hallmark (see last photo).
Cruet measures approximately 6 3/4" tall.
Imperial Glass used the Hallmark I over G from 1951 to 1972.
Condition of the pitcher: Excellent, No chips, cracks, crazing, flea bites, nicks, scratches or stains.
A very pretty piece!
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