This little creamer and it's accompanying open sugar, were found in a 1924 Westmoreland catalog. Various people have named the pattern “Cairo” and “Orphan Annie” but the Westmoreland pattern numbers are 294 (sugar) and 295 (creamer). Received this photo from Alan Henderson from the UK in 2008 and then in 2009 got this photo above right of a teal creamer from Mike Clemens. In 2014, an amethyst creamer and sugar set sold for $15.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1|
|Westmoreland||Cairo||Breakfast Set||Creamer and Sugar||Amethyst/Purple||10.00||03/17/2018||Wroda|
|Westmoreland||Cairo||Breakfast Set||sugar (#294) marked "Lulu 1921", creamer (#295) marked "Mother 1921||Amethyst/Purple||15.00||01/19/2014||Seeck|
|Westmoreland||Cairo||Breakfast Set||etched "Dora", Creamer and Sugar||Amethyst/Purple||20.00||12/03/2011||Wroda|
|Westmoreland||Cairo||Breakfast Set||Creamer and Sugar, Etched Mt. Clemens 1909||Marigold||10.00||02/08/2012||Seeck|
|Westmoreland||Cairo||Breakfast Set||Creamer and Sugar||Smoke||20.00||08/10/2013||Seeck|