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I have a royal blue depression glass Shirley Temple pitcher

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I have a royal blue depression glass Shirley Temple pitcher and a royal blue depression glass syrup pitcher. I have had them for 70+ years. What are they worth. The Shirley Temple pitcher has her picture on it. The syrup pitcher has no picture.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Great House Antiques replied 6 years ago.

Hello, and thank you for your question.


The 1930's Shirley Temple cream pitcher in excellent condition would have an estimated value of $75-$100 and the syrup pitcher, if open-top, would be at about $40-$45; if fitted with chrome pouring mechanism ("moderne" style/ 1930's) on top, $50-$65.


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