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Very Heavy 4 part (5 part?) dip/serving tray. Unknown.

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    Posted 3 years ago

    Sharky
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    Hi everyone. Today I have a 14 in long by 81/2 in wide divided serving tray. Beautiful pattern consisting of diamond, hobstars and rays. Very, very heavy and thick...the pattern is pressed deep. I'm guessing early to mid-century? Would really love any help on this piece. Thanks in advance.
    P.S. Could possibly be cyt crystal? Would explain the weight

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    1. Antiquegirl18 Antiquegirl18, 3 years ago
      I saw a identical one last night at my thrifty thrift store but the tray was round..it almost matches my pieces I posted last night. Two of the dishes I beleive are Dresden Germany company...
    2. truthordare truthordare, 3 years ago
      I unexpectedly acquired a round shallow bowl in cut crystal at an estate auction with a low bid, with a tiny signature in the center, sold as Waterford, but mine is American L.G. Wright. Really hard to identify these pieces as many were made with similar designs. Thanks for posting.
    3. Sharky, 3 years ago
      I think mine is L.G. Wright as well. Still researching.......lol

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