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    Posted 9 years ago

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    May be a small ash tray? Diamond point texture. Very pretty aqua/turquoise color.

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    1. YardSaleDave, 9 years ago
      Your right it's an ash tray, made by Fenton in the 1950's. My Mom loved anything in the hobnail pattern, there was always one of these on the coffee table. They show up on Ebay once in awhile for around 5 bucks.
    2. Barbara , 9 years ago
      I can remember my mom having bridge club and using these on the table. I like to use them as a master salt container. Ive been told they were master salts but not sure.
    3. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 9 years ago
      Yes it's a master salt. With many of these masters they had the smaller ones to make a set. My Mom collected these things. She had hundreds of them. That kind of glass is called hobnail. They go cheap on ebay, but in a shop they are between $10-$15
    4. Mavericklane, 8 years ago
      Nice info since I have a pair of the same color!
    5. OhioCatter, 4 years ago
      I am runningdown a lead that these may have been made by Elson.

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