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13269. (souvenir creamer) Nauset “3 Sisters” Lights, Eastham, Mass. c.1900.

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13269. (souvenir creamer) Nauset “3 Sisters” Lights, Eastham, Mass. c.1900.

13269. (souvenir creamer) Nauset “3 Sisters” Lights, Eastham, Mass. c.1900. This early piece is quite handsome and enhanced by gilt trim and handle decoration. Bold creamer features a detailed b/w image of the “three sisters” lighthouses and keeper’s house in Eastham. Before the advent of a lighthouse lens that could produce a flash, three lighthouses were utilized in Eastham to aid mariners in recognizing the location. The three light towers were replaced by a single cast iron light tower, moved up from Chatham, in 1923. The creamer measures 3 ¾” high by about 3” in diameter. Marked “Made in Germany [for] A. T. Newcomb, Orleans, Mass.”. Creamer is clean, bright, no chips or cracks, just light wear to gilded edge and handle. An unusually bright, bold piece for display. (VG+). $225.