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Vintage pedestal ashtray, bronze, marble, and crystal.

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Posted 2 years ago

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kimjcmurphy
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Twenty-pound minimum vintage pedestal ashtray. Cut crystal for the actual "tray". Body is bronze, and it has the marking of 5724 engraved as a number and the letter SC engraved in another corner.

Once again, I have no knowledge of year, maker, et cetera.

I'm just a luck collector.

Anyone have anything similar? Know anything about it?
I collect vintage ashtrays, but this one's unique

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  1. tablefullofmemories tablefullofmemories, 2 years ago
    The ashtray is the Early American Prescut Pattern (also referred to as EAPC or Star of David) by Anchor Hocking...I'm guessing it's the 7 3/4" size. I think the metal work is an after-market kind of thing. I have often seen EAPC glass pieces paired with metal bases/trays, etc. I don't have much knowledge about the metal part of this but it's a pretty cool looking item! Enjoy it!
  2. kimjcmurphy, 2 years ago
    Thanks so much for your input! I will take your knowledge and expound upon it. It's much appreciated!
  3. tablefullofmemories tablefullofmemories, 2 years ago
    Glad to help! :-)
  4. kimjcmurphy, 2 years ago
    Just wonder why they would put a pretty generic ashtray on a stamped, metal piece.

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