Community Plate NOBLESSE Creamer Pitcher BEAUTIFUL!

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 21,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
We are pleased to offer this silverplated creamer pitcher in the classic Art Deco Noblesse pattern by Community Plate, an early nameplate of Oneida Silversmiths. Community Plate made this and other hollowware to go with the flatware pattern, which was introduced in 1930. The creamer is 5 1/8 inches wide from handle to spout and about 4 7/8 inches tall. It is marked "Community Plate Noblesse." Upon very close inspection, we note some minimal pitting on the interior, mostly around the edges of the bottom and a minimal bit of plate loss on the edge of the handle. We also note that the diamond ornament is not quite as crisp on one side as on the other. The pitcher is otherwise in very good condition, with no other plate loss or damage. Gorgeous! Please ask questions before bidding and be sure and see our listings for the matching sugar bowl and broken coffee pot. We're always happy to combine items for shipment to save you money.

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