This lovely antique glass measuring cup with a spout for pouring is such a wonderful piece of antique kitchenware. This piece is either early 20th century or late 19th century. I love, love, love this piece and hate to part with it. When I found it at a flea market, I knew I had to have it. It has measurements in cups, quarts and ounces. What a great home decor item or to use for cooking (if you must)!
This piece is very good vintage condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. but there is some wear from storage and use. However, the glass does have some bubbles in varying sizes from small to large and a straw mark, which is common in glass of this era. Straw marks were made when hot glass was put into straw for storage and shipping (there were no peanuts or bubble wrap back then).
This piece measures approximately 8″ tall. It is 4-7/8″ wide (side to side) by 5-1/4″ wide (edge of rim to end of spout). This piece is 3-1/2″ in diameter at the base.
This piece weighs over 2 pounds when packed, which is reflected in the shipping charges. We happily refund excess shipping charges!
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