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Vintage Carnival Glass Ruffled Blue Diamond Bowl w/ Brass Pedestal

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atticoftreasures's items3 of 8Sterling Silver Round Dome Beaded Pin BroochANTIQUE Dutch Netherland Silver Bowl / Dish
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    Posted 7 years ago

    atticoftre…
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    The colors are reminiscent of a peacock. This bowl has what I believe to be a brass stand that is stamped "GIM 3211" copyright "1972". The stand or pedestal does not stick to a magnet. The bowl measures approximately 10.25" diameter x 5"h with stand. The beautiful brass colored scrolling stand is 3.75"h x 4"w. Does anyone have any information about it's markings? TIA

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      the glass appears to be a Hostess Plate made by Indiana Glass in the 1970s. The stand/pedestal was likely a third party aftermarket add-on.
      http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id46.htm

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