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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Very heavy! The top comes off and you could put nuts or after-Thanksgiving dinner mints inside. Has an amberina color on the tail feathers. Price tag on bottom says 28.00. May not be vintage?

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    1. Cindy, 9 years ago
      Is this item for sale??? What are the measurements. Interested buyer.
      Please reply to email above. Thank you! Cindy
    2. Irishnative65 Irishnative65, 9 years ago
      Yes, I am selling it. Measures about 6 inches high and about 4 inches from tail to front. I don't see your email? You can send it to Thanks!
    3. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 8 years ago
      I have several of these, they come in many different colors, they are called hen on the nest, there is chickens too, prob 40s n 50s could be older
    4. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 8 years ago
      it is vintage and it is a candy dish
    5. Dode Dode, 8 years ago
      It isn't vintage. It was made by L. E. Smith Co. and sold by Williams and Sonoma. If you still have them I would be interested in buying, as I broke two of my ruby/cranberry colored turkeys when I moved. They were also sold in a clear, amber, and amberina colors. L. E. Smith still sells the amber and now sells a milk green color - very pretty.

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