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This entry is part 3 of 9 in the series Treasures and Curiosities

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  1. Cyndi Beane Henry

    Oh how lovely! What a treasure, indeed!
    And so happy to hear you still use these! I’ve recently been gifted with some depression glassware. And my first thought was to use it on my own table!
    What a wonderful way to bring back memories, and share with our family the ties to our past!
    Thanks for sharing these photos!
    .-= Cyndi Beane Henry´s last blog ..Treasure Chest Thursday – Floral Cards =-.

  2. James Buehner

    This is a great pitcher. Truly hand hammered. I believe the mark pictured is from the tray, which dates to a later era. Pitcher mark at the bottom should say “Hand wrought.”

  3. Granny Pam

    I just looked at the picture, and indeed, it does say, “Cromwell hand wrought aluminum”. So the pitcher is aluminum, not buenilum. I guess should have looked at looked at it more closely earlier. I always thought the two belonged together, but it appears that they are different things.

    Thank you for giving me this information.

  4. Scott

    I have 2 just like it, would you consider selling it

  5. Granny Pam

    No, I will not sell it, since it came from my grandmother.

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