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    Posted 3 months ago

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    [Id like to confirm the pattern number on this one as Im not sure if it applies as such to the frosted version]

    Maker: Westmoreland Glass Company
    Year: 1924-1937
    Origin: U.S.A
    Markings: N.A
    Pattern No: Line #1921
    Dimensions: Bowl - 3 3/4" × 2 1/4"
    Plate - 6 3/4
    Materials: Glass
    Reproduction / Original: Original
    Misc: Uranium glass, depression glass

    What a stunner! This is an apple green frosted mayonnaise condiment bowl + under plate by Westmoreland. However, this lotus dish is technically incomplete, as it included a glass spoon originally. It contains uranium, which gives it that gorgeous glow under a blacklight.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 months ago
      it is my understanding that all Lotus pieces were part of the #1921 line. Here's an old 1930's ad showing the set:
    2. AccrueCurio AccrueCurio, 2 months ago
      @TallCakes I really appreciate the information, Thank you TallCakes!! :)

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