photo courtesy of the Patrick Carie Collection, 2004 photo courtesy of the Patrick Carie Collection, 2004

In July of 2004 another piece of Foor hotel dishware was found on ebay. With permission from the seller, the two photos of the silver creamer are shown here; one of the creamer itself, and the other the inscription on the bottom. The description on ebay, from The Patrick Carie Collection, read as follows: "Here is a very rare 1915 – 1920’s era side logo and backmarked silver plate miniature 1 ¾ oz. handled 3 ¾” wide by 1 7/8” tall creamer for the William Foor Hotels of Pennsylvania. Most William Foor Hotel items I find are marked “Wm. Foor Hotel Co.” but this is the first one I have ever seen that has “of Pennsylvania” also on it. The creamer is side logoed with an outstanding shield type logo that does have some wear but still looks great. The creamer is very ornate and has fluted sides that taper down to the footed base. The creamer is backmarked “Wm. Foor Hotel Co. of Pennsylvania,” was distributed by Albert Pick & Company of Bridgport, CT., and is silver soldered. This is the heavyweight type Railroad, Steamship, and Restaurant. This creamer would have been used in the Hotel’s Dining Room, Restaurants, or for Room Service and would have seen service in connection with the hotel’s china for table settings."

In June of 2007, an item looking exactly like these pictures was put up for sale on ebay.com. The difference was, the one mentioned above was a miniature 1 3/4 oz. creamer, and the one for sale in June 2007 was a 4 oz. The description the seller put up was: "Wm. Foor Hotel Co. of Pennsylania 4 oz Creamer #01250 Albert Pickett & Co. of Bridgeport Ind. Nickel Silver/ Silver soldered Has the hotel emblem on the front. Very nice. Buyer to pay shipping, insurance is optional. It appears the starting bid for this one was $25, and after 7 bids sold for $67 on June 16, 2007.