Cranberry Inverted Thumbprint Oil Cruet - image 1 of 11

A most attractive oil cruet, this fine example most likely was produced by the Hobbs Brockunier company of Wheeling, WV, however I cannot rule out an early. Northwood product as well. These cruets came in a multitude of colors, cranberry being one of the most popular. Inverted thumbprint or dot is a late 1800’s pattern first introduced during the victorian era. The piece stands 6 3/4” tall including the pressed glass faceted stopper which by itself measures 2 3/4” long. The base of the body measures 3 1/2” diameter. Thorough examination of both the bass and the stopper show. No damage or repairs. I will not rule out minute tiny nicks on the high points of the stopper but if any, difficult to see or feel. I see no heat checks or cracks in the handle or point of attachment. The inside is clean showing no residue or staining from use. I also included a picture of a minor factory original mark on the outside of the body, not a deterrent. A very nice example ready for your use on the table. Thank you.

ITEM ID
A01265
TYPE
Cranberry Glass
COLOR
Clear, Red
CREATOR
Hobbs Brockunier
STYLE
Victorian
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Cruets
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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