Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915

Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915

Regular price $21

What nicer thing can you do for somebody than make them breakfast?  - Anthony Bourdain

{HISTORY}

102 years old and still presiding over breakfast with pomp and circumstance, this antique syrup dispenser with hinged tin lid never met a plate of pancakes she didn't love! Marked with the 1915/1916 patent date on the lid, this kitchen helper was most likely made by either Anchor Hocking or Atlas Glass Company although it contains no stamps for complete verification.

{SPECIAL FEATURES}

 - Thick glass

 - Strong hinged lid.

 - Secure handle.

 - Antique tin

{CONDITION}

Wonderful antique condition. Some rusting underneath the tin lid which never affects or comes into contact with the glass contents itself. Slight chipping at the rim of the spout which looks intentional so that the lid rests snugly against the tin topper.

{SIZE}

Measures 6" inches tall x 3" inches (width at base).

{WHY YOU NEED IT}

Because your homemade waffles deserve an equally special condiment companion that does not come in a plastic bottle. It's the prettier way to meet the sweeter side of morning.

Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915
Antique Glass Syrup Dispenser circa 1915