Nancy Lincoln Inn was built in 1929 in Hodgenville, Kentucky by James Howell on land adjacent to Abraham Lincoln's birthplace farm. In 1959, in honor of Lincoln's 150th birthday, Nancy Lincoln Inn offered these commemorative Old English Staffordshire Ware creamers in their souvenir shop.
On each side of the creamer is a log cabin in brown and cream transferware. Above the cabin it states Lincoln Sesquicentennial 1809 - 1959 and beneath the cabin it states Lincoln's Birthplace Kentucky. Lincoln Sesquicentennial and the date are not complete and it appears the transferware didn't completely adhere when it was made. See the photos for better detail and also use the zoom tool.
On the bottom it states: Old English Staffordshire Ware, Jonroth England, Adams Estd 1657 England, Made In Staffordshire England, an upside down 'K', Imported For Nancy Lincoln Inn, Hodgenville, KY.
It stands about 4 inches tall, the base is just under 3 inches in diameter.
There are a few 'dots' of discoloration inside of the creamer. There is very minimal wear on the bottom. There are no chips, cracks or crazing that we can find.