WayBackWhen presents The Vintage Anchor Hocking Vintage Creamer Pitcher EAPC Star of David design
This item is an Anchor Hocking Vintage Creamer. It is approx 3.5 inches across(not including the handle) and is 3.5 inches in height. It has no cracks or fractures, and will add an elegant attraction to your table.
Just a nice way to bring taste and style for your dining pleasure or simply an added piece for your collection.
The design of this piece is named EAPC or "The Star of David"
..........Anchor Hocking first came to be when Isaac J. Collins and six of his friends raised $8,000 to buy the Lancaster Carbon Company, Lancaster, Ohio, when it went into receivership in the date of 1905. The company's facility was known as the Black Cat because of all the carbon dust. Mr. Collins, a native of Salisbury, Maryland, had been employed in the decorating department of the Ohio Flint Glass Company when this opportunity arose. Unfortunately, the $8,000 that was raised was not enough to purchase and operate the new company, so Mr. Collins hired the help of Mr. E. B. Good. With a check for $17,000 provided by Mr. Good, one building, two day-tanks, and 50 employees, Mr. Collins was empowered to begin the Hocking Glass Company operations at the Hocking Glass Company.
The company, named for the Hocking River near which the plant was standing, made and sold approximately $20,000 worth of glassware the first year.
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