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Vintage Small Milk — Glass milk & sugar set
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Traditional cut glass milk and sugar set on a tray; vintage Continental European late 20th century. Pop Art was a style of fine art within Mid-Century Modern 1950s and 1960s. Started in Britain and developed in the USA, it reflected the consumer culture prevalent at the time – buy new items often. Artists used every day popular objects in their works, hence the name of the style.
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Vintage Small Milk Sugar Bowl Set Glass CREAMER Gift Mid-Century Modern Traditional Crystal Pinwheel Serving Oil Continental European Late 20th Century LS
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Glass milk & sugar set

Vintage Continental European, late 20th century

Traditional cut glass milk and sugar set on a tray; vintage Continental European late 20th century.

Condition: some surface wear

Pop Art was a style of fine art within Mid-Century Modern 1950s and 1960s. Started in Britain and developed in the USA, it reflected the consumer culture prevalent at the time — buy new items often. Artists used every day popular objects in their works, hence the name of the style.

Size

tray 21 cm long, creamer 9.5 cm high
14 UK 1 remaining in stock. Safely packaged in a well padded box. Free UK delivery, 14-day returns (30 days for faulty items).
Vintage Small Milk — Glass milk & sugar set 1

How to care

Clean glass jugs, wine decanters and claret jugs immediately after use - that way it is easy to remove the stains before they set onto the glass surface.


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Vintage Small Milk — Glass milk & sugar set 2
Vintage Small Milk — Glass milk & sugar set 3

How to care

Decanters, wine carafes and narrow jugs can be cleaned using rock salt or rice and vinegar. Salt acts as an abrasive. Rinse well and let it dry thoroughly.

Vintage Small Milk — Glass milk & sugar set 4

How to care

Traditionally, tough wine stains inside glass decanters can be removed by rolling buckshot; nowadays they are called decanter cleaning rolling balls.