Ever wonder what would happen if Colonial glass traditions collided with caffeine cravings? Jamestown Glasshouse artisans did, and they crafted a Cobalt Glass Coffee Creamer! Individually hand blown, these electric blue creamers put a little something extra in your coffee to make you feel like you could tour every national park in a single day.
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Delightful and iconic, 7th Jun 2021
Reviewer: Melvin Ivey
This pitcher and the other such blown glass items are just wonderful. They are gorgeous and sturdy and present an appreciation for this country's history, craftspeople and technologies. We purchased the small and medium size pitchers in both green and blue, and typically use them for milk or syrups. The green ones are 1% milk in accordance with the 1% milk containers' green lids, and the blue with 2% in accordance with the 2% lids. And sometimes whole milk or 1/2&1/2 will sneak into the blue pitchers.
We also have the large green pitcher with heart-shaped mouth, for iced tea or water.
We have found these all to be appropriately - even bargain - priced, especially since they seem to last handling longer than most conventional pottery of the same size and use. We hope that you might find them affordable, useful and eminently attractive too.
Note: please excuse that we repeated this review for all the pitchers that we purchased.
Do note also that the green and blue pitchers, being handmade and likely by different craftspeople at different times, are not identical in size and shape. Regarding ourselves, we found that part of their charm.
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Colbalt Glass Creamer, 18th Dec 2017
Reviewer: Michael Slachta
Being hand blown glass this creamer is hand wash only but that doesn't bother me. It is very nice and I like the shape and size of it. I use it for syrup as well. I visit Jamestown often and enjoy watching them hand blow their many products. I have gifted a few of these creamers to friends and also put them in gift baskets for fundraisers and the recipients really liked them. With them being hand blown in Jamestown makes them more special.