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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Very interesting marine blue shell dish. It is pressed glass. 9" x 6".
    It is heavy with a few air bubbles, blue iridescent. The young person is part of the dish. I don't know how old this is or young. The color is what caught my eye. It also has two feet under the dish for balance.
    I found a similar dish in milk glass with a cherub lying in the same position on a shell holding on to it's foot by Avon. This one is not marked, and the lady has longer hair and obviously a different color.

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    1. rebeccaleetreasures, 7 years ago
      I found a yellow one. I will try to post a picture. I am new to this site so not sure of my success. I was thinking that perhaps since there is an marine blue and now a yellow they are from the 1970's? I have found that typically these types of things from the 1970's come in three colors, the marine blue, avocado green and yellow. Typically the yellow is a bit darker than the piece I have.

    2. glasslove glasslove, 7 years ago
      Teleflora gifts glassware made in france? saw something similar with tag on it the other day

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