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    Posted 11 years ago

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    I AM INTRESTED WHAT ERA WAS THIS CANDY DISH AND VAULE MAYBE LEARN MORE HISTORY OF COLOR GLASS.

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    1. grace espinoza, 11 years ago
      Is there any one out there that can give me any info on this beautiful candy dish?
    2. Paul, 11 years ago
      It is by Imperial Glass Company, produced in the 1930s. Collectors call it "Pillar Flute" It is found in clear, carnival colors (mostly marigold), light blue and red like yours. It was made in many pieces. Search Google images for "Pillar Flue" Imperial glass and you'll see many pieces.

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