Replacements has this 1950s pressed glass punch set listed as Concord by McKee. But it was actually made by by Thatcher Glass, McKee Division (McKee was sold to Thatcher in 1950). Milk glass sets were named Concord on the original boxes, while the identical pattern in clear was called Yorktown.
The set includes the punch bowl, 12" diameter by 4-3/4 inches high, the 5-1/2" stand, twelve 6-ounce cups, and a plastic ladle (no box). The EAPG style pattern is attractive and very reminiscent of McKee's "Tec" series from the early 1900s. All the glass pieces are in excellent condition with no damage. The ladle does have some speckles of silver paint loss at the underside handle tip, and the bowl of the ladle has a faint yellowish tinge. Will ship well wrapped and double boxed.