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Remember me715 of 926Vintage Opalescent Blue Pin Tray Souvenir DishSuper Rare Wheaton set Only given to the Hostess "never sold to the public"
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    Posted 6 years ago

    robin56
    (263 items)

    I purchased this piece about two years ago. It has a kw mark on the back with I think stands for the wheaton kemple company but am unsure about that.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      looks like a possible marriage of Hobstar & Fan candy lid with Dewdrop saucer. When Kemple went out of business many of the molds went to Wheaton.
    2. TerriO TerriO, 6 years ago
      Yes, the top is part of the Wheaton butter dish ... I have a full set in that pattern.
    3. TerriO TerriO, 6 years ago
      Depending on the size of that top, it may be a part of the covered candy dish that Wheaton made.
    4. TerriO TerriO, 6 years ago
      The plate has the K on it so it is a Kemple .... Maybe a lace and dewdrop plate

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