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Post 2 of 5-Brass Candy Dish with Clear Glass insert,Maker Unknown,Late 1900

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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Good Afternoon CW Friends----(5:30 PM)2016-4-5
    This part of my treasure hunt on Saturday at the salvation, you know those day's that you don't have end off hands the bring your find to the casher, well lucky for me, i am able to do several trip without lost anything or drop on the floor, very excited day.
    This is my second find, i want to share with you, this look to me very well made Brass candy dish, with an impressive lid with a well dress beautiful lady figure in a medallion, as you can see on picture 2, two little handle on the lid help you to lift it, lot of decoration from Victorian area, the base part have a bottom ledge where the clear insert sit on, this insert have 3 separate compartment, this insert look to be depression Glass or cut Glass pic 3, picture 4 show the marking at the bottom"Made in USA" with some other letters hard to ID.
    Any help will be very welcome to find out more about that beautiful piece of ware.

    This candy Dish stand 2.50 inch tall, 6.75 inch wide, the medallion is 3.50 inch wide.

    Thanks for Viewing.


    1. Alan2310 Alan2310, 3 years ago
      Kevin, many thanks to all of you for the love, also for your constant support.

    2. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      What a find Alan! Is the yellow section enamel?

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