Vintage Copper JS&S Creamer Jug, Late 19th Century
Care for a little cream?
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Soon to take center stage at brunches (and on your countertop when it’s off-duty): Meet this vintage copper creamer jug that comes from a private collection in Wolverhampton, England. It dates back to about 1890 and has a stamp on the bottom that reads “JS&S Made In England.” With that handy thumb flip lid and bright sheen all over, you may find yourself wanting a second or third cup of your preferred pick-me-up...
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