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    Posted 10 years ago

    lydabenson
    (37 items)

    Most likely not an old piece of glassware, however I love it! My grandchildren enjoy it because it has bees on it and it looks a bit like a beehive. Old or New?

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    1. estatesalejunkie, 10 years ago
      Because of the bee decoration, this may be a dish in which to keep fresh honey on the dining table. Since folks don't do that much any more, the dish might be older than you think. My grandfather ran a corn mill, and my grandmother had hot biscuits or cornbread on the table at every meal. There was always a lidded dish on the table that contained either fresh molasses or honey to put on the hot bread--in some cases it served as dessert. Be sure to look at it carefully to see if there is any kind of maker's mark on the bottom.
    2. lydabenson lydabenson, 10 years ago
      Thank you estatesalejunkie!
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 10 years ago
      looks to be an Imperial Glass Bee Hive Honey Jar/Pot. They were made in different colors.
    4. lydabenson lydabenson, 10 years ago
      Thank you TallCakes

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