Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe
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Set of 3 Anchor Hocking Prescut Pattern EAPC Cream, Sugar Bowl, and Juice Carafe

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This is a beautiful little set, perfect for a fall morning! Matching creamer, sugar bowl, and small carafe great for fresh-squeezed juice alongside your coffee or tea. Durable and hefty but elegant & pretty at the same time. 

Would match a variety of modern dishes or vintage.

Made by Anchor Hocking in the 1960s, this pattern was also known as the Star of David pattern.

To purchase the tray also shown, find it here.

Size & Design

In beautiful condition. The only flaw I can see is that there's a small chip in the rim of the sugar bowl- see last photo.

Carafe: approx 5.5" tall

Sugar Bowl: 3" tall with top diameter of 3.5". This may have had a lid originally but there wasn't one with it.

Creamer: 3.5" tall  

Purchase the additional identical creamer (there are two available) to share around the table!

Care

Hand wash & dry. Maybe top rack or crystal dishwasher setting but we haven't tried it!

End of Life

With proper care, this should last a lifetime. But if it gets broken, glass is 100% recyclable. For best results, take to a glass processing facility and do not place broken glass in curbside recycling bins.