New England Plated Amberina.
Diminutive ovoid form with a tri fold rim wit exaggerated ribbing and good blend of yellow to rose, adorned with an amber handle. Plated Amberina was patented June 15, 1886, by Joseph Locke and made by the New England Glass Company. It is similar in color to Amberina, but is characterized by a cream colored or chartreuse lining (never white) and small ridges or ribs on the outside.
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Size: 5.75 inches to top of the handle
Condition: Excellent Condition