Shell and Jewels, Westmoreland
Year(s) of Production: Unknown
Pattern Description: Large beads around top, rayed swags hang from the beads and four shells rise from the bottom. At the center base of each shell is a circle with a flower in it.
Similar Patterns: Dugan Beaded Shell, Imperial Shell and Imperial Shell and Sand
This Westmoreland pattern was originally called Victor and is only found iridized in the lidded breakfast set. The pedestaled creamer usually stands about 4″ high and 4″ across. The pedestaled sugar is about 4 1/4″ high and about 3 1/2′ across.The lids are not iridized and are frequently missing. The creamer and sugar have been reproduced and the lids for those are typically iridized.
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