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My grandparents' pickle (?) dish

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    Posted 4 years ago

    kimkir
    (22 items)

    I believe this is a pickle/olive dish, correct?
    I LOVE this piece, and it's in perfect condition.... It was lovingly put out at my Mom's side of the family's house.
    Notice the etching (on the outside)... the hexagonal feet!! The handles are so lovely, how they continue down the side.
    Who's the manufacturer/designer? When is it from? My guess is the 1940's?
    I wish I knew to ask more about these things when my parents were still alive...

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    Comments

    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      your 3-part relish is Fostoria Glass 'Baroque' pattern with 'Navarre' etch c1930s
    2. kimkir kimkir, 4 years ago
      Thank you, TallCakes!! I think you might have answered a ton of my other items' mysteries, too!! I haven't posted those yet, but soon, I will.

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