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Posted 2 years ago

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rozee3
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It looks like a hat. It has bubbles in it. No other markings. Could this be a blown glass hat? It doesn't look like a top hat. Also, how would I know if it's antique or vintage? Thank you for your help.

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  1. rockstar1998 rockstar1998, 2 years ago
    not a hat..:))
    it's for cakes...*when you make a birthday cake or something like that....you need to make the base...at first it's liquid...right...?you poor that in the mold and after you bake it...you turn it upside down and you got a round base...:)
    (i got that in my house...well not that...but a different model)
  2. rozee3, 2 years ago
    Huh? It would be a tiny cake because it is not more than 6 inches. Wow I am stunned.
  3. rozee3, 2 years ago
    A cupcake okay... so back in the days this is the way they baked? Because I never saw this before. This is glass, wouldn't it crack or shatter in the oven? I don't think this is corningware.
  4. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 2 years ago
    Could it be for placing over a seed/seedling one is trying to encourage and protect? Like a small garden cloche?
  5. rockstar1998 rockstar1998, 2 years ago
    well...i got 1 in my home...but it's factory made...logo and everything...(it's tempered glass...it doesn't break)...that does look a bit amateur made...or unsold piece cause of production defect?...it's called iena/yena or jena glass...you can cook anything in it...from chicken to cake...comes in different sizes...square rectangular round...the most known is the oval one...but they come in different zises and shapes..:)

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