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Remember me763 of 913Cut Glass Iridescent BowlBoar (full body) milk glass nesting dish ID?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    edsel585960
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    My grandmother had this when she was a teenager in the 30's. Has anyone seen another like it. I have scanned multiple sites and have not been able to find a match. I'm not even sure who made it.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      hard to make out the details of the pattern but this appears to be 'Fine
      Cut and Roses' originally made by Jefferson Glass around 1901, and later made by Northwood, which would be marked with an encircled 'N'. This is usually called a bonbon or card receiver, and the color is blue opalescent.

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