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Daisy and Button Pattern Dish/Vaseline Glass by Anchor Hocking

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Posted 7 years ago


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This is such a pretty dish with its scalloped edges! Very heavy for its size of 5 inches wide and 2 3/4 inches tall. I love the pretty scrolled legs on this one! I need help though to identify the era of this piece and usage! I call it a candy dish but could it be called something else? Cannot find it in my extensive searches on the internet. Help! Thank you!

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  1. dah2112 dah2112, 7 years ago
    It's a beauty for sure
  2. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    search 'vaseline glass (SP) not sure of the spelling but there is some on this site.
  3. De Linthicum, 6 years ago
    This pattern is "Daisy and Button." I have some that is amber colered. I have a large footed serving bowl or fruit bowl (oval) that is this same shape. It is from the "Elegant" glass category. Fenton (brand) glass. Not sure what it is worth yet. But this is a very collectible pattern. It comes in amber, red, blue, green and clear, that I know of. :) De
  4. Mrj303 Mrj303, 6 years ago
    I couldn't tell... Did it have a mark?
  5. Sherry, 6 years ago
    I have one exactly like this.
  6. Sherry, 6 years ago
    I'm new to vaseline glass, but mine has a mark on bottom center that to me looks like an underlined "W". I could be wrong, but I looked this up previously and the W was for Westmoreland.
  7. Sherry, 6 years ago
    I was wrong...underlined W is for Wright! Same dish is at, but in other colors.
  8. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    yup, it looks to be an L G Wright piece. Altho' Wright typically had glass made using their molds by other companies. Some have attributed the actual maker of this item to Fenton.
    Sherry, FYI the Westmoreland Glass mark is a superimposed W and G. Here is a link to a few glass marks:

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